I find myself in my local Walmart regularly enough (though I don’t particularly enjoy it thanks to my preference to supporting local establishments, but some things can’t be helped much at the moment) to be unsurprised by the ability to find almost anything there, but I’ve never thought of how an outsider might see the store. The Walmart I usually go to was converted to a supercenter, with groceries and everything, when I was a kid, and it was the talk of the town then. Now it’s where everyone sees everyone on their regular grocery shopping trip.
If you’ve never been to a Walmart before, you may not know what you’re getting into. These two British guys educate you on what to expect in video form, and hilariously so. As someone who has never had to maintain a car, I’ve always wondered why the tire and lube section was called such, and I’m American. Too bad Walmart’s casket sales appear to be limited to the website.
Here’s the video: