Welcome to our fourth annual look at the latest Colorado selections from the twisted People of Walmart website.
Number 10. Double your pleasure I'm the father of identical twins, but my wife and I decided never to dress them alike -- and after seeing this photo, I think we made the right call. Number 9: The pot in aisle seven is for cooking We're you surprised when Amendment 64 passed? You shouldn't have been, as this pic demonstrates. As Walmart goes, so goes Colorado. Continue to keep counting down our Colorado People of Walmart 2013 edition. Number 8: The thong song It's all Sisqo's fault.... Number 7: Baby on board No mention as to whether these women gave birth before cashing out. Continue to keep counting down our Colorado People of Walmart 2013 edition. Number 6: What's in your bun? The guy on the left is from Colorado, while the man on the right is from Ohio. Burgers rule! Number 5: Maybe you should have gone with paper instead of plastic You know you're just adding to the arguments for plastic-bag bans, don't you? Continue to keep counting down our Colorado People of Walmart 2013 edition. Number 4: Daddy knows best When he sits the kids down to talk about Internet safety, bet he knows what he's talking about. Number 3: Troll road Those of you kiddies who were disturbed by the troll scene in The Hobbit better avert your eyes from this fine ride. Continue to keep counting down our Colorado People of Walmart 2013 edition. Number 2: If you've got an itch, scratch it Coming to a Vagisil commercial near you. Number 1: Color coordinated Do you think the person on the left dyed her hair to match her drawers or the other way around?
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