Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Shopping for Halloween?

How odd! Walking into our local TARGET store, I ran into more shopping carts than I had ever previously seen. Well, it was 8:10 am. After waiting for 10 minutes, I was finally given permission to use this photo by the store manager who walked up from the back of the store. Are you ready for Halloween? Need any candy for kids?!



14 comments:

  1. Oh, Halloween candy....gimme the little peanut butter cups.....

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  2. Impressionnant tous ces caddies, le titre est vraiment bien trouvé

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  3. What the hell are you doing in a Target store at 8 o'clock in the morning? Blimey, limey!

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  4. hehehe that is a lot of shopping carts hehehe

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  5. This looks exactly like my Target store. Yes I'm ready for Halloween and so are my grandkids!

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  6. No Target stores here in the UK. I have my water pistol ready for trick or treat. Only kidding.

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  7. Neather are they to be found here in Greece, where it is rather a language school which will remind about Halloween.
    Being a father of a two year old son, am still hoping that he won't get too much into sweets later.
    Very interesting photography.
    A wonderful Wednesday for you.

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  8. trick or treat , cool catch...thanks for visiting my Vancouver blog :O)

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  9. shopping carts galore and a common site for us might be a rare sight for some

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  10. Not a big thing in Italy, more like another occasion for some fancy dresses and parties. Mostly not a thing for kids...

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  11. Great photo, very clever

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  12. Target shops in Australia don't have nice red trollies like those - ours are all metal with wide spaces between them. We don't celebrate over here either, unfortunately businessess would like us to (makes them money).
    Candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker!
    Cheers.

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  13. your shopping carts are similar to ours but ours are either metal or red plastic

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  14. Red trollies/trundlers/carts - how interesting. Most of our supermarkets have metal trollies - Count Down have green plastic ones.

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