So I’m working at RadioShack, and this group of guys come in. They were day labourers, so they smelled foul enough that the stench of their BO/whatever hit me as they walked in. And these motherfuckers have two kids with them. First kid is gangly and kinda rodenty looking, other one looked like he was a bad case of juvenile diabetes and heart issues waiting to happen. Well Rat boy takes off like a fuckin rocket at the toys, screeching in spanish, with the fat one waddling after and panting the whole way. The “I wants” ensue, the two of them grabbing shit and running over to dad, who kept saying no. Que screaming and crying. Then Rat and Blob start chucking shit around, fucked up a display table that I had spent time making look nice. All the while, Dad and Friends are tracking a half ton of dirt and grass clippings around my store. They didn’t buy anything, didnt try to fix the mess their kids were making, and just left. I think I just spent an hour picking up the shit off the floor and fixing all the shit that got wrecked
Fucking kids…fucking parents with sense of entitlement…seriously, how rude. HEY PARENTS! ONCE YOU HAVE KIDS, THE WORLD DOES CONTINUE! You and your maggots are not the only ones that matter—as much as you would like to think otherwise.
Other people have to smell your kid’s shit.
Other people have to hear them scream.
Other people have to clean up their trash.
First Target got in big trouble (with one person) by creating an ad in which a carseat strap was demonstrated ENTIRELY wrong, and now this. I swear, I’ll be surprised if Target is even in business this time next year if they keep up this insanity. I mean, the carseat thing was a HUGE deal since advertising is seen by thousands of people, and thousands of people are idiots soo, Target = responsible for ensuring that babies get strapped into cars safely. Pretty important stuff. But not caring if kids freeze in the middle of winter? That’s taking things to a whole new level of public disregard.
Sure, Target corporate probably thought it was doing the right thing by selling winter clothes from August-January, but did those executives ever once stop to think of the children? The freezing cold children who might need - or simply enjoy buying - winter clothes in February? Did they ever think that just because every other retail store in America sells winter clothes during the exact same six-month time frame, Target could be different? Apparently not. Apparently Target executives don’t have to worry about such things, because their kids have access to warehouses full of winter clothing all freaking year ‘round while Karl’s kids have to go bathing suit shopping or shop in the “sale” section in the middle of February. It’s disgusting, and I’m glad someone is finally calling Target out on their shameful shenanigans. I used to like their Method hand soap and affordable, boutique-like products, but you know what? Not anymore!!!
PS: Nice one, Joe.
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