Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse

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“If it contains lead, we have it!!”
~ Uncle Mao on Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse
“Always low standards, Always”
~ Uncle Mao's Motto
WRC

The official Flag


Maowarehouse

The logo. It took several million hours work, 180 workers lives and 3 whole vats of lead paint but they finally made it.

Badbuilding

An Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse in downtown New Orleans, 2006.

Keepcleanafterdying

All UMICW stores have facilities to accommodate the needs of the patrons, such as vomit stations and dying rooms.

Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse, UMICW for short, is a multinational chain of super markets that only sell factory and sweatshop "seconds" that can not legally be sold anywhere else. Products from Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse are easily recognizable due to their dangerously high lead levels, noxious fumes and flesh eating bacteria.

Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse has 2365 stores due to be closed down because of asbestos and is banned from operating in 34 countries around the world, making it Walmart's largest competitor for lawsuits.

Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse is the largest grocery retailer in the world, with an estimated 35% of the "groceries containing pet-food" market and "in-consumable bacteria" business, and the largest toy seller in the U.S., with an estimated 45% of the "toys covered in lead paint" business, having surpassed Toys "R" Sus in the late 1990s.

Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse was founded in Xiangxing in 1976 by Mao Tse Tung as China's first step into capitalism, unfortunately he died of lead poisoning from his tooth brush only a few days after its founding.

edit Subsidiaries

Thai-chinese-cuisine

A short lived UMICW restaurant chain. The cost of unclogging toilets was just too much.

Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse's (UMICW) operations are comprised primarily in three retailing subsidiaries. Closed Down due to Health Concerns, Vacant, and UMICW International. Wal-Mart does business under nine different retail formats: supercenters, "food" and salmonella, illegal merchandise stores, badgas (restaurants), cash and counterfeit stores, sweatshop warehouse clubs, toxic apparel stores and cemeteries.

edit Supacenta

"Save money, Live shorter"

edit Toxic Toys for Tots

"The World's Poisonous Toy Store"

edit Bacteria King

Bacteraking

No really it is...

Sliced-children

Part of the Bacteria King Menu: Sliced children with broccoli, snow peas, carrots, water chestnuts. Just like Grandma used to make. Before she went to prison.

"That isn't meat..."

edit Pet Factory

"Made from pets, for pets"

edit I Can't Believe Its Not Working

"Giving off dangerous radiation, or your money back"

edit Counterfeit Corner

"Its made in the same sweatshop as the real one"

edit Cheap N' Crappy

"You get what you pay for"

edit Fester N' Food

"That may taste like chicken..."

edit ToxiCity

"You can't spell "overpriced junk" without prick"

edit Private Product Lines

Diet-water-pic

Diet water: 20% less calories than regular water, but with double the lead!!

Penispasta

A short lived product line, it is unknown why very few customers bought it though it may have had something to do with the slogan "suck some up today".

Today, approximately 40% of products sold in Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse are private label store brands, as opposed to the other 60% which are blatant illegal copies of well known brands. Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse began offering private label brands in 1991 with the launch of Mao's Choice, a brand of drinks produced by Rancid Beverages, primarilly made out of the runoff from the nearby bleach factory (incidentally where Mao's Own Toothpaste is made), exclusively for Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse. Mao's Choice quickly became popular, and by 1993, was cited as #3 on the list of single greatest causes of cancer in the United States.

edit Fattel

edit Last Woof Pet-food

edit Effluenzo Coffee

edit Mao's Meat Substitute

edit ArseNicorette

edit Special K

edit Corporate Affairs

Advert

UMICW also uses unconventional means to sell its products.

UMICW's business model is based on selling a wide variety of general merchandise and marketing, at "always low standards." The company refers to its employees as "slaves." All UMICW stores have designated "greeters", whose general role is to welcome shoppers at the store entrance, make them sign a legal document removing any responsibility of the store if the customer dies and also to point them towards the fake diabetes tests.

edit Customer Base

Each week, approximately 2 billion customers, or one-third of the worlds population, visit Uncle Mao's Irregular Chinese Warehouse stores each week. Two thirds end up contacting some form of poisoning. UMICW customers place extremely low prices as the only important reason for shopping at UMICW, reflecting the appalling health standards of the store. UMICW's average US customer's income is below the national average, at around $15 per annum (minus normal meth costs). When measured against other similar retailers in the US, frequent UMICW shoppers were rated the most politically conservative, most mentally retarded and most likely to go on a killing spree.

In 2006, UMICW made steps to expand its US customer base, announcing a modification in its US stores from a, "one-size-fits-all," communist merchandising strategy to a custom-fitting merchandise assortment designed to, "rip-off reflect each of six demographic groups – Niggers, rich bastards, hobos, illegal immigrants, convicted criminals and rednecks." About six months later, the company went public with a variation on their customer profile which loosely translates as: "Enslaving people. Money. So we can live better lives."

edit Employment

edit Controversy

Butterstick

Actually that isn't butter... but your sandwich sure won't fall apart (even when you digest it).

00FsW1-29199884

New products appealing to the "urban" market.

UMICW was sued several million dollars in 2005 when they mixed up the labels of butter and glue sticks.

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