What's the big deal about Young Living

Dear Wal Mart Quality Control

Pardon my boldness for pointing this out, but I believe you let one get by you this time.

Imagine a photo of shorts here with one leg more than a full inch shorter than the other.

And while you’re imagining, can someone come up with a reason why my camera sometimes decides NOT to load the pictures? I follow the same routine each time, but every couple of weeks the camera just sits there, staring blankly at me, all smug like, and I can tell it’s thinking, “What are you lookin’ at? You wanna piece o’ me? Huh? Huh? Ooooh, now I’m scared.”

And I’m all, “Listen, I don’t want any trouble. I just want to see my pictures, so what will it take to get the photos?”

Then I remember that I’m talking to a camera and I make a mental note to not judge the crazies I see at the mall.

I’m usually not very picky about high quality apparel, as is evidenced by my frequency at your establishment, but I must say that I DO think that legs should be the same length, or at the very least, within an inch of the same length.

Since, apparently, eyeballing it isn’t working out, may I suggest a measuring tape?

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Comments

  1. Cardamom says:

    Well, if you got your camera at Wal-Mart, that explains it all. There MUST be something in there that blocks Wal-Mart evidence photos…

  2. Christi says:

    I also think that the t-shirts should hold up to at least 3 washing before developing a hole.

    And it shouldn't look like it was hemmed by drunk 6 year olds.

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