Walmart Removes Item with HORRIFIC Hidden Word (See It Here)
Why did the cowboy adopt a dachshund?
Because he wanted to get a long, little doggy!
Ya see? I can make a joke too, but the trick to making a good joke is to try and be funny. I’m not so sure if this was a joke, or a terrible accident. One thing’s for sure, Walmart wasn’t laughing when they found out they had a T-Shirt with a foul word hiding in plain sight. Let’s see if you can catch it. Here is the picture:
If you don’t see the foul word CONGRATULATIONS, you got a clean mind. Whelp, let’s get into it.
Apparently, a Walmart in Canada was selling this green graphic tee that appeared to promote recycling with the letters “RE” printed in large letters. The other side of the shirt featured four endings to the “RE” prefix, including “cycle”, “use”, “new”, and “think”. Seems harmless enough, right? Well, social media users quickly noticed that the T-shirt accidentally spelled out an insult when read acrostically (from top to bottom)…. And let me tell you, it was not a very nice insult.
Now, some people on social media found this mishap amusing and were even rushing to find where they could purchase the shirt. But I can’t help but wonder how this mistake even made it to the shop floor. As someone who has a blog where I write about current news and politics, I’m amazed that something like this could happen. I mean, we all make mistakes, Lord knows I’m full of em… but this seems like a pretty big oversight.
According to a Walmart spokesperson, the “hidden word” was unintentional and has been removed from its stores. The T-shirt was only available in Canada as part of the George brand owned by the major retailer. The brand is also stocked in ASDA supermarket stores across the UK. It’s not always easy to spot an unfortunate message hidden in a graphic tee, but I do hope that Walmart takes this as a lesson and pays closer attention to the details in their products.
In conclusion, folks, let’s all remember the importance of attention to detail and hard work. Mistakes happen, but it’s how we learn from them that matters. And if you do happen to come across a T-shirt with a hidden insult on it, maybe think twice before wearing it out in public. I mean unless that’s the kind of thing you’re into I guess.
Until next time, y’all take care.