This means low walls where nothing you say is private. Your voice, especially if it’s like mine (loud), carries over the top of these flimsy walls with little effort.
One woman I worked with would send an
email with the link to a new batch of The People of Walmart photos she found on
the internet. You’d hear a titter her, a chuckle there drifting over the
temporary walls, they’d multiply, be added to by the occasional snort or
snicker. Soon someone would laugh outright. Then someone would wander over
wondering what a person was laughing at, only to join in the cacophony of
If you’ve never seen the infamous People
of Walmart photos, be thankful. Which is the very reason I'm not going to include one here. Although
they can provoke an adult to hysterical fits of laughter, sometimes the images
In the worst kind of way.
If you have seen them, my question to you
would be . . . what in the world were they thinking?!?!?! I want to say right here, I don’t expect
people to go to the store like June Cleaver did—dress, white gloves,
pearls—you’ve got the image. But really,
can’t they cover their bodies in something that fits?! I really hope they don’t think they look
If you haven’t seen what I’m talking
about, do a search on the internet . . . and be prepared to be dumbfounded.
Your Turn: Have you ever seen the infamous Walmart Photos?