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@Mendicant Bias, most of these we're stolen from a old wallmart ban newspaper clipping, and the rest seem to be so poorly made up that is obvious they we're added to make a fake story "original" like picking their nose into a security camera, why would that be reported?
@stigmaoftherose, as much as I want to enjoy simple shjt like this, im just to much of a cunt
@stigmaoftherose, hey I'm drunk and I believe them
@Mendicant Bias, Also, Sainsburys is an English store so would have the date the other way around
@stigmaoftherose, yeah i thought most seemed odd because i know sainsburys its a food supermarket mainly sell food
And clothes and some homewears and tvs music dvds computer games. They don't have camping departments probally just small section of a shelf
@Tis but a scratch, Yeah, I've never seen a camping or auto department (pretty sure it wouldn't be called that over here anyway) in a Sainsbury's. it's amusing, but fake.
@Nellybert , oh crap i did reply but forgot to actually click on reply haha
Someone made up a story about an old guy doing funny things to get himself banned from a store.
Repost from a long time ago.. a very long time ago... okay I get it Im old, no need to rub it in guys
@Brian D, it may be a repost, but can you truly say that it's not enjoyable?
@Brian D, a lot of us dank meme historians
I hardly say this about anything ever, but: worth the read
If this is true, imagine what other stuff he had to have done that would make this store start to keep track.
I was very amused by this, especially #4. Then I read the comments and felt weak. Sadness has enveloped me
Fake. No one says clerk in the UK
That man is a hero
I believed it until the wet floor sign one
Yeah. My local sainsburys does have car stuff like air freshners, tyre punchure repair foam, some aerosols like tyre shine, sponges, dash cleaning wipes
I remember reading this on my windows 95. This is like from 1991 and was written about Wal-Mart.
This is so old and entire generation saw it, loved it, grew to hate it, forgot all about it, and then reintroduced it to a new generation...
Or to put it simply, this dates back to a David Letterman "Top Ten" gag