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We don't normally have caption contests around here, but when we saw this photo of a $350,000-ish Rolls-Royce Phantom parked in from of a Walmart, well, we just had to do something. Like, say, run a caption contest. You would think that anyone able to afford something as (frankly) laughably priced as a Phantom would send the domestic servants out to schlep home pallets of toilet paper in the R63 AMG. But hey, times are tough so maybe they laid off the domestic servants. Or sold the R63 AMG. Anyhow, talk about culture clash.

And now, as we do, we'll start you off with a few not-so-funny, deprived under duress captions of our own, knowing full well that y'all can do much better.

Maybe if I park three spaces away from everyone else, I won't get any poor on me.


It's actually a
Geely GE
and on sale inside for $99.99.


Sam Walton's heirs pay a visit to the family business.


The filthy rich have a constitutional right to cheap Chinese crap, too.


Do you have any five pound tubs of Grey Poupon?


And there you have it - ha ha ha! Think you can do funnier? Show us below in the comments. The winner will receive 15 laps around a Walmart parking lot in a Rolls-Royce Phantom. Or not. Thanks to Matthew for the tip!

[source: Blood Hound Blog]

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P-diddy stops in for some condoms.

The local Rolls-Royce dealer was out of the Vanilla-roma Christmas Tree Air fresheners that Buffy loved so much.

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Car poor.

Palm Harbor was out of trailers and I don't do used so I bought this Phantom and took a free spot close to my favorite bargain barn. Think of all the gas I'll save.

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The chauffeur (sp?) is taking care of his shopping after dropping off the owner at work.

(this pic reminds me of the night last fall when I was in the Jack in the Box drive thru w/ an SL 63 AMG in front of me and not one, but two G55 AMGs in line...)

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The occupants are probably inside playing this:

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Try it; it's surprisingly easy to fill most of the card!

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The occupants are probably inside playing this:

Wal-martBingo-1.jpg

Try it; it's surprisingly easy to fill most of the card!

Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiice. I'm so printing that out.

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From my many trips to Wal-mart over the years, I can't even fill half the card. I'm thinking it has less to do with the store, and more to do with the region the store is in.

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That bingo card is the truest thing I've seen all damn day. Roll on floor, laugh my ass off!:lol:
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Wal-martBingo-1.jpg

LMFAO!!

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Not too uncommon. I parked behind an Aston Martin convertible at Wal-Mart today from DC, and it's quite the norm around here in the summer. Same with a gold Bentley GTC from Florida that the owner lets get pretty dirty and can be seen at any one of a number of stores and food places daily. Takes me back to my Villanova days and seeing newer Ferarri's and such out in winter storms, hearing the salt & muck flicking off at higher than normal velocity, through the ice and slush.

Sometimes, regardless of status, you just need a quick place to grab general items, cheaply, without having an assistant do it :AH-HA_wink:

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From my many trips to Wal-mart over the years, I can't even fill half the card. I'm thinking it has less to do with the store, and more to do with the region the store is in.

I dunno; I think the only one you'll be hard-pressed to encounter is a person giving kittens away.

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I went in a Wal-Mart a while back that had to be one of the nicest, fanciest Wal-Marts I've ever seen. Was new, clean, shiny inside, looked like a Target, didn't have the usual Wal-Mart colors--everything was a light green and white. In a very nice upscale neighborhood of Phoenix bordering Paradise Valley (upscale suburb next to Scottsdale, median home price of 1.4million).

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I dunno; I think the only one you'll be hard-pressed to encounter is a person giving kittens away.

Bingo! Saw that one at a store in Alabama once.

Also the Winn-Dixie in the same town often had people with puppies. :D

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It seems there is someone with either kittens or puppies (usually Golden Retreivers) in the Wal-Mart parking lot every weekend.

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Don't forget about the rusty brown Delta 88 parked in the handicap spot with mounds of garbage and wrappers piled inside.

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Well, he/she has to make those Rolls car payments somehow...

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