I’d love to see the moments leading up to this. I have a feeling the lady in the scooter parked in a handicap spot and walked to the store to get into a scooter and the other woman caught it and called her out on her phoniness. They probably locked eyes in the toilet paper aisle and traded a few dirty looks. Mom and Johnny most likely took up the width of the grocery section and got really offender when Scooter Woman tried to sneak by. (Note: they have never done grocery shopping anywhere other than Walmart). I don’t know what happened. But I know remedial English-level words were exchanged, someone insulted someone’s trailer, and the rest is history. One moment you’re stocking up on batteries and cottage cheese, and the next you’re in a tustle with shampoo flying everywhere.
Walmart fights have saturated the YouTube industry to the point that it’s hard to differentiate any two videos and/or appreciate any of them. But when you incorporate YOLO tshirts, motorized scooters, and shampoo, it earns itself a spot in the upper echelon of Walmart duels. It’s reassuring to know that complacency is a lost art; innovation is more prevalent than ever. Cell phones too thin for headphone jacks, shampoo bottles being used as weapons, moms in YOLO tshirts going barefoot at Walmart, WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE.
PS – You can’t film a fight at Walmart and call the people fighting “white trash”. Glass house, buddy.
PS2 – Still can’t get over the fact that the lady who tries getting involved only to get bitched out by Johnny himself reveals that she doesn’t have a cell phone. I know Walmart is basically the Four Seasons in that town but come on. EVERYONE has a cell phone. Not having a TMobile prepaid cell phone at Walmart is like being the only person who shows up to the wedding without a gift. No better way to alienate yourself.