People of Walmart: The We-Can-See-Your-Underwear Edition

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There’s a website called, to which readers can send — and get published — candid photos they’ve taken of odd-looking shoppers in various Wal-Marts across the U.S.

Periodically I go on the website to cull pictures for “People of Walmart” posts. I do them as a way to chronicle how Americans have lost our sense of self-respect and propriety. Too many of us don’t make even a minimum effort at pulling ourselves together before we go out of our homes, but instead parade our slovenly appearances for the world to see.

In today’s edition, we see Walmartians parading in or exposing their underwear.

See also “People of Walmart: The Mayhem Edition


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18 responses to “People of Walmart: The We-Can-See-Your-Underwear Edition

  1. Kelleigh Nelson


  2. Disgusting, but the question is what else are such slobs capable of. These almost mindless degenerates are tools and themselves victims of the Leftist intellectuals and the latter’s handmaidens in the kosher porn industry. I won’t waste space, and so refer to the article Parricide by Erik von Kuehnelt-Liddhen at culturewars’ archived articles, detailing how sexual degeneracy was inextricably linked to the fiendish barbarity of the French Revolution, of which de Sade was a major theoretician. What strikes me is the hubris in thinking such unspeakable horrors won’t happen here when the groundwork as we see is already completed.

  3. “NO SHORTS ALLOWED” “NO SMOKING” “DO NOT CROSS BEYOND THIS LINE” “SHIRTS REQUIRED”, these are signs we must respect or else we are dispatched quickly. Walmart is a “people” store for all kinds, it’s up to an individual to shop there or go to a place where parking is more accessible, better service, and less of a “crowd”. Yes, you may pay more for an item but you find parking, less crowd at check out lines and you are not exposed to the element. And that’s what Walmart is all about when it comes to ”savings”.

  4. I have never shopped at Walmart. Never will. You take your life in your hands shopping at our local Walmarts.

  5. Hillary voters…. I love the asswipes that bring in fake service animals. Me being the shy type I ask what the dog is supposed to be for… They get all butthurt when you call them out…

  6. It really is beyond belief that individuals are willing to go out in public without their bits n bobs being fully covered. In the picture that shows the guy who for all intents and purposes has little to nothing on. When looking at the other three people in this same picture–they deserve awards for being dressed so nicely.

  7. Doesn’t anyone get arrested for indecent exposure anymore? Have Walmart managers been told to ignore these disgusting displays because corporate doesn’t want to deal with the huge number of court cases? If dress standards were posted and violators were arrested, most of this would end. Otherwise, we’re going to start seeing completely nude people shopping and having sex in the aisles.

    • I have to agree with you on that. I’ve pondered for some time whether the (Mis)management of these stores might be paying off the local Police to keep these nutcases out of jail JUST because they’re paying customers….

  8. Folks like these are the reason ‘freak shows’ went the way of the buggy whip.

  9. I guess WalMart doesn’t have a “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service” policy in effect.

    • I’d hate to think where the guy in the last pic keeps his keys – I’m guessing he has his wallet in his right hand. 😱😲

  10. You usually find the fat ones grazing in the snack aisle. I call it “Elephant Walk”. It’s amazing how much junk food they can buy with food stamps. Every one of them has a basket full of chips, Mad Dog and a 100″ TV.

  11. Obviously the director of “Bird Box” had these Walmart shoppers in the back of his mind when he made the movie. I personally need to run to Walmart to get more ‘visine’.

  12. Whenever I drop a fare in New Jersey, I usually check out the Wal-Mart in North Bergen. I’ve gotten great deals and have saved thousands of dollars over the years. It’s a very family-oriented store, with a lot of Mexicans and Hispanics shopping there. I’ve never seen anything near what these photos depict—I imagine they’d be stormed out of the store!

    At any rate, I’ve been saying for years that people have only been getting worse for as long as I’ve been alive. (Or almost). Most regrettable, but true. This is a funny post, yet a sad one at the same time: Not too many people have a high moral caliber anymore. I mean, there are good moral people left, but less than what we need. And there used to be a virtue called MODESTY. I’m no prude, and I’m not necessarily against nudity, but there has to be a time and a place for it. Sigh….

  13. People of Walmart Music Video

    • CogitoErgoSumantra

      0:30 Tom Hanks!
      The gal singing is kinda cute…

      I have to admit, I’ve NEVER seen anybody who looked like any of these folks in any of the WalMarts I’ve shopped. What I *do* notice are LOUD folks, both shoppers AND in the younger workers after a store has been around a while.
      As a teacher, that’s not really a surprise to me. But it makes me wonder why parents no longer teach their kids to behave in public. Including in school.

      There *do* tend to be many more folks of various colors than in other stores in which I shop, but that’s a trend I’m seeing in recent (2-3) years even in my own neighborhood. News spreads about stores that have decent prices, and those without disposable income flock to them…


  15. CogitoErgoSumantra

    The BIGGEST knock I have against WalMart is when I mistakenly grab a cart full of food — especially if any is frozen (I don’t buy fresh/perishables there), and I go back up front to check out, not knowing that all but a single lane has shut down, and sometimes (lately) even the “check-yourself-out” lanes are closed (which is something else I hate even when they’re open; it’s a PAIN to check myself out, and they aren’t PAYING me for my work).

    So I rarely do that anymore. The last time I did, I thought seriously of leaving my cart, full at the front and walking out. Instead, I wheeled it around and went back to the electronics section, where the nice lady who’d helped me earlier was happy to check me out immediately. However, the other 5-6 folks who had the same idea and ended up behind me (also buying non-electronics, mostly food stuffs) weren’t so happy with me, but they managed. As I wheeled back up to the front with my bagged groceries, I told those in line that they could head back to other sections of the store to checkout, and a few made the switch. But you shouldn’t have to when there are like 16 check-out lanes, if they’d just be able to hire and keep cashiers working them.

    As for the freaky folk in the photos/videos, I think it’s a function of where the stores are (in the country), and the desire to get their mugs online no matter how foolish they appear. They’re attention whores, mostly, with a few mentally-unstable types and just poop-poor types, I’d think.


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