I had to run to run an errand to Target yesterday and could easily have won on this card.
All true...but why is it still OK to make fun of poor people? I'm not being self-righteous (because I did giggle), just poitning out a fact.
I have to admit, I have never been inside a Wal-Mart. But now I want to print out my card and play!Oh, and I don't think it's so much making fun of poor people as it is making fun of really, really trashy people. And trash, as we all know, knows no economic boundaries. (Thank you, Prince Frédéric von Anhalt!)
"Someone with puke or blood on their cloths".Does this show that only someone who can't spell a simple word like "clothes" would create this?
I don't get this game. Why does it has to be a wall-mart bingo? For most of the readers it could just be a «look out of the window» bingo...tee hee
It's wrong to have a rat tail in 2009? :)
I have been inside many a Walmart, and this is an absolute hoot. And I believe that Jason, like me, you are an equal-opportunity maker-of-fun. Rich people, poor people, my family (especially!) - they're all fodder for the fun mill. That way you don't go crazy!
Geez, I almost hemorrhaged. Even up here in central PA, a Wal-Mart is a Wal-mart. Its the only public place where you can see a little girl in a Steelers jersey and a diaper.
Where was the box for the fat gir with the sweat pants with "Juicy" printed on the ass. I saw two of those just today.
I made a new version of this bingo. Check it on my blog. I've called it Rodeo drive bingotee hee
this is pretty funny. also, i don't think of this as making fun of poor people, but more on the total lack of sophistication of these stereotypes...
"Someone with an eye patch." Wow, I didn't realize Tom Cruise is shopping at Wal-Mart these days. "The Valkyrie" must have REALLY bombed.
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