Originally Posted by SpinEm_90
ha ohh wallyworld. i hate going grocery shopping in general so automatically i have a hate towards walmart lol. & i dont like the company killing all of the "little men" in the same kind of business. but yes it is nice that walmart is cheap & has almost everything you need in one place. idk i got mixed opinions about the whole company
I've heard of good and bad and I'm mixed. I don't mean to sound like a ****, but I don't like to be around some of the people that you'll find around a walmart in Chicago. Then again, I have bought things from them before; clothes, car stuff, etc. Not lately, but in the past. They're building a walmart nearby, and most people here argue its not the right thing to do because its a fairly middle class neighborhood and they think it will bring the area down and ruin the image. Honestly, I'm not part of that crowd simply because I don't care much for image. You have to care about the image, but not to the point where you become a pompous and self-righteous ****. Once that store is built and opened, it will create 150+ jobs.
For clothes, I like to pay for quality. I shop at Guess and buy $120 jeans for $30 on sale and I wear them for 2+ years. I haven't been too fond of clothes at Walmart, though I have bought dress shirts that fit me very well and last a long time. Its a mixed situation. Once it opens, I'll be buying my motor oil from there. What is it, $3 for a quart of fully synthetic motor oil?
I'm all for mom and pop shops, but I have to watch out for myself and try to get by with what I can afford, and if Walmart will allow me to save some money, all the better. I make more money than most people my age but I have no problem shopping at a walmart.
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