It's February, we can all agree the Christmas season is over, but if I'm being totally honest, I could probably still find some Christmas decorations still up around the house... from a few Christmases ago. We all kind of just got used to them being there, you know? And it's not like all Christmas decorations are too blatantly Christmas... at least that's what I tell myself when people ask why there's a 2 ft tall golden camel in my dining room. Totally not kidding. His name is Aught. Camel Aught. Camelot. Get it? Yeah, we're lame.
I'll shop from home...
You know there is no such thing as a free deal in this world, especially when it comes to retail. One can only imagine what goes on in the backrooms of Target, Wal-Mart and the local Dollar Tree, and maybe it's best we don't know. If we did know we may never shop again, well that's an exaggeration but sometimes it is best to feign ignorance.
Redditor u/yo_gabby_gabby wanted to hear some secrets from retail employees by inquiring.... Ex-Big Box Store (Target, Walmart, Best Buy) Employees, what's some of the behind-the-scenes stuff that happens that the public doesn't know about?