Every thrifty parent, penny-pinching college student, and toy-crazed toddler relishes a trip to mega superstore Walmart. There are deals galore, Walmart shopping hacks, and colors bright enough to distract the pint-sized shoppers from their daily woes of potty training and being told no by beleaguered moms. Indeed, shopping at the huge chain is usually a pleasant, if not harried, experience. Customers park their cars, fill their blue carts, and leave the store while aproned employees bid them farewell with a smile and a wave.
In spite of all these good tidings, though, bad things can happen at Walmart. While paying patrons only tend to experience horrible occurrences on Black Friday, employees must endure terrible situations all year long. In fact, it is customers - those sweet coupon clippers - that cause the most strife. The resilient employees of Walmart have gathered on Reddit to share their sordid tales. Next time you're at your local Walmart, be extra kind to the old man greeting you in a blue apron.
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