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I did not mean to post these shots gigantic but whatever.  We went to Walmart today and I couldn't resist the $5.00  shoes.  With spring and summer and all the dirt and mud I figured why not.  Then I don't have to get freaked out when the kids come in covered in mud.  Just spray off the shoes with the hose and move on.  And of course mom needs a pair for yard work as well, plus for $5.00 they are pretty comfy.
Just a tip:  If you happen to notice that you got overcharged for something at Walmart don't ask for a refund.  They nearly lost their minds today when I told them they overcharged me $.99.  Okay I admit it is trivial.  But I had just finished telling the checker she already rang up the item and then she rang it up two more times.  So then when the chick came over with the keys she unpleasantly said " 96 cents, are you kidding me?"  Apparently the walmart employees are making a lot more money than I am because to me a dollar still means something.  Anyway from now on I will try not to correct my checker, unless of course it is more like $99.00.  SERIOUSLY!

Comments

Jane said…
Those are some cute feet! I am so annoyed that the checkers treated you like that. I have absolutely no patience for bad customer service. It drives me UP THE WALL. I have heard if an item rings up different from what it is marked at wal mart, you get the item free. It is a their way of making sure they are accurate. I have heard that from several people. I think we all get overcharged a lot more than we know and need to watch carefully as they ring us up. (Which if pretty much impossible if you are with kids)
R Clan said…
Cute shoes. I get sick of treatment like that. I would have pointed something like that out as well. $1.00 makes a big difference to me. How annoying! That just makes me so mad. I hate hearing things like that. They changed the price on their frozen juice once but it was still showing .69 cents on the freezer shelf instead of 70 whatever cents it is now. I think they were a little irritated with me when I made them change it. I had bought like a dozen cans or so.
Janae said…
That makes me laugh!!! I would've asked too. You can buy a lot for .96 cents! What to go! By the way, every single time I shop at Walmart, they ring at least one thing wrong... they must get commission!!

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