There’s a “Target-pocalypse” in Canada.
And there aren’t enough gluten-free candles to go around.
Even my favourite soy candles at 20% were gone on the first day people ppl started shopping after work #targetliquidation— Nadine (@gladiNADer_) February 6, 2015
But shoppers still turned out for deals like this.
Wow! Very impressive— Claude Sharma (@ClaudeSharma) February 5, 2015
Some regulars noticed classic pricing tricks.
— Muzaffer Aydin (@The_Horoz) February 5, 2015
A reality some found hard to chew.
But the crowds still lined up.
Some people scored deals.
While others were underwhelmed.
And things got real messy.
Some turned to Twitter to warn others.
Reality check of upto 30% off:
Abt 70% Items 10% off...
20% items 20% off...
10% as 30% off while few 5% offFebruary 7, 2015
And others behaved in a way to make you think, “Target liquidations, that’s where human virtues go to die.”
Read the full article here.
So some got philosophical.
Does the amount of satisfaction I get watching frustrated guests make me a sadist or just a regular asshole? #targetliquidation— Kaleb MacCrimmon (@k_maccrimmon) February 6, 2015
While others cleared all the Coffee-Mate.
And ignored the Cocoa Pebbles.
Look closer.Beyond the consumer items.
At the end of the day, it isn’t the deals that shine. It’s the employees’ sense of humour.
Because they’re the ones that have to deal with bullsh*t like this.
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