My Aunt would totally fit in with some of these pictures of crazily dressed people…. now I just have to find a way to lure her nose-in-the-air self into Walmart so I can snap a photo….seriously…..
I work at a Wal-Mart and it’s awesome to know that Wal-Mart breeds it’s own specialty brand of customers, even in other states. What more can you ask for? Then have a site that delivers all this epic awesome-ness for everyone to enjoy and laugh it, it’s truely the best thing ever.
I think your site is wonderful! I have to shop at WM occasionally, and I get a good laugh thinking about how some of the people I see there should be on POWM! I don’t agree that the site makes fun of poor people. There is no reason ANYONE is forced because of finances to wear clothing that leaves nothing to the imagination. They wear it because they think they look good and want attention for it!
I love this site, and I check it every day. I can’t visit this site without having a big grin on my face.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m not the fashion police. The people who feel it necessary to throw on their Ed Hardy shirt, Gucci belt and Guess jeans to go to Walmart are just as bad as these Wal-creatures, but definitely aren’t quite as interesting to look at.
I’ve had my rough days (notably, coming off night shift), however if I ever appear in public with a mullet, wearing short-shorts (or boxers), a mesh shirt, and bathroom slippers, I’m requesting that I promptly be shot or otherwise be put out of my misery.
For those haters that say “not everyone’s well off”, I agree. I came from a very poor family (lots of hand me down clothes, etc), but I still didn’t look like a drunken circus clown. Yes, there are those that suffer from mental instability, however those that cannot dress themselves (and are indecent in the process) should be looked after by the professionals.
Anyhow, peopleofwalmart, keep up the good work. Stay classy!