Retail at its worst and finest.
Why buy water, well unless you live in Flint and other such places.
It looks like Mom is about to go on a shopping spree after all.
Wren is getting a good lesson.
You know why the candy is placed on the checkout aisle, don’t you?!
I guess Wanda is looking for a new laptop?
Or coffee pods?
Rule #1, never take your kids along when shopping for school supplies; too many new gigits and gagets targeting you youngsters. Go in the evening and let hubby, grandparent, or a babysitter watch the kids. Been there – done that!
Good idea, but Target is wise to this — that’s why they put the school supplies at the far corner of the store, so you have to avert your eyes through the entire store to get there.
Putting ALL the fattening snacks by the check out lines so you’ll throw “one last thing” in.So effective it’s downright evil.
These kids have never been in a store before?
Impulse purchase marketing at it finest. Make the kids travel the mine field of snacks, toys, and goodies to get to the dreaded school supplies.
“I, um… Wren must have grabbed those things as we went by…”
Yes mom also your eyes.
Even if Wanda just buys school supplies, it’s going to be a spending spree.
Hammie and snacks, he found what he needs.
You first Wanda. The problem is that kids grow up to be like their parents.
Marion! Don’t look at it, Marion!
Let me guess: Wanda’s keeping the children away from the snacks.
January 25, 2022