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May 14, 2021

ALWAYS A DANGEROUS AISLE

Responding to a report of a disturbance in the potato chip aisle of a Walmart in Ohio, police Tuesday arrested a Cleveland woman for allegedly striking a female victim in the face with a 10-pound log of ground beef.

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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Could have been worse. Could have been frozen.

The Battle of The Walmart Potato Chip Aisle is an often overlooked major battle which paved the way for D-Day.

"Mr. Simpson! Was that you taking that cowardly dive into that display of heavily-salted snack treats?"

Deleted scene from Guy's Grocery Games.

Who the hell put the ground beef in the potato chip aisle?

For many years, I avoided what I thought was the danger zone, Sporting Goods, and assumed that the Potato Chip aisle was the store DMZ, a zone of safety, sanctuary.

Now I know to check my six when shopping for a sack of Ruffles.

That's why you always put a large salami and a couple cans of green beans in the cart first, in case you need to defend yourself from an assault. If they catch up with you in the snack aisle, those Pringle's cans are too flimsy.

I hope that the ground beef was at least 80/20.

I always knew that Cleveland Rocks, now I've learned that Cleveland also has a beef.

Maybe she asked "Where's the beef?"

She looks nice. Hard to believe she "is the subject of multiple active arrest warrants."

The stock photo of ground beef was certainly helpful.

As a matter of fact, yes, that is a salami in that shoplifter's pants.

Psycho. Hose. Beast.

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