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edit Checkout

I think the fact that only 3 of Walmarts 50+ checkout lanes are ever open at the same time should be given more attention.--Devon64327 02:37, March 11, 2011 (UTC)

edit THE STAR!!!

how did you make the star in the name?

need to add: wal mart sells everything. edven lives. so when you say get a life, tell them they are at wal mart, between the asian slave children and the converted assault rifles. nuclear weapons right next to the barbies too. man, kim jong couldve made it so much easier on himself


wtf is this guy on about?

Well, I guess it's the simple absurdity of the idea that Wal-Mart sells every real and abstract "thing" we can describe. This would naturally include anything desired by Korean dictator Kim Jong-il -- an important point often overlooked by students of logic who would prfer to linger over the question of Socrates and his mortality. -- Lenoxus 01:16, 15 March 2007 (UTC)

I really think we could riff off of walmarts satanic evilness more. In the real world, Walmart seriously is evil. Using underpaid workers, I have personally watched it destroy much beloved local shops. Death to the evil store! Death!

edit Cha!


edit Too Many Images

I think this article has too many images, your thoughts? Wal --Daaa77 14:39, 11 November 2007 (UTC)Daaa77


  • We had a record 10 vandal edits in a row without a single revert. Please get this protected. User:Jedibob5/sig 21:26, 28 November 2007 (UTC)
    • No need to jump the gun here. Uncyclopedia will survive several days without a Walmart Protection Order. Chill out!--AnonymousIP 05:50, 2 December 2007 (UTC)


There are 2 templates. Kill one.

edit Long Ass Article.

Long ass article. Wal-mart will own the Earth and several planets west of Uranus, so get over it. --Square Dancing Ur Ma 00:28, 23 January 2008 (UTC)

I agree. The list of "Things to do in-Mart" is just ridiculous. Actually, it should become its own article, or something. At the very least, I'll EXTERMINATE some of the dumb ones. --Lieutenant Fish 19:59, 12 July 2008 (UTC)

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