The Grinch (Wal-Mart) Grows a Heart… ?

Envious of the Whos’ happiness, the Grinch makes plans to descend on the town and, by means of burglary, deprive them of their Christmas presents and decorations and thus “prevent Christmas from coming”. However, the Grinch learns in the end that despite it’s success in stealing all the Christmas presents and decorations from the Whos, Christmas comes just the same. Wal-Mart errrrr we mean the Grinch then realizes that Christmas is more than just gifts and presents. Wal-Mart’s heart grows three sizes larger, they returns all the presents and trimmings, and is warmly welcomed into the community of the Whos.

And all it took was for this giant company to take a distraught and shattered family all the way to the Supreme Court and millions of potential shoppers to cry out how evil they were, for them to realize, “Hey, the executives can live without that third espresso machine”.  Well done guys… Well done. (I can say guys because we all know there are no women in the decision making positions at Wal-Evil).

And they all lived happily ever after.

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3 thoughts on “The Grinch (Wal-Mart) Grows a Heart… ?

  1. Pingback: Demotivational Posters Volume #11 (Wal-Mart Is Evil) « Hot Lard

  2. I think we all know that those “millions of potential shoppers” were the be-all and end-all of why Mall-Wart backed down.

    In all honesty, comparing them to the Grinch is unfair to the latter. I see no reason to think they had a change of heart, only a sudden fear of loss of revenue due to bad publicity.

  3. No women in decision making positions? What about Hillary? Oh, wait… yah, no women.

    I completely agree with Infidel. No way was Wal-Mart prepared to do this until they saw how many more customers they were losing over it. They say their plan left them no room to decide on a case-by-case basis on this, and that they had to reword it. Yet, following the public outrage, they had room to decide on this one, and reword the plan on the spot. Amazing, isn’t it?

    This time, a great outcome.

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