After our 2011, 2012 and 2013 galleries, we were eager for a return visit. And when we stopped by recently, we found plenty of Colorado-centric pics that were, well, everything they'd been cracked up to be.
See your friends and neighbors in our latest ten favorite photos below.
Number 10: A day at the beach Who needs an ocean when you've got a Walmart parking lot? Number 9: Von but not forgotten It's against the rules for Von Miller to smoke something that might mellow him out. But the man wearing the "There Will Be Violence" tat on his scalp might consider it.... Continue to keep counting down our 2014 Colorado People of Walmart. Number 8: On the fringe Who says people don't dress up to go out anymore? Number 7: Fashion forward If skin is in this year, these ladies will be very trendy. Continue to keep counting down our 2014 Colorado People of Walmart. Number 6: Diaper duty Diapers are key for when little misters and misses have accidents. But we don't know how much good they'd do if this truck had an accident.... Number 5: Sticker shock We doubt Rosie was amused by the juxtaposition of this sticker with the sign that says "Husky." Continue to keep counting down our 2014 Colorado People of Walmart. Number 4: Side order Those abs look ab-solutely delicious -- maybe because they're already the shade of barbecue sauce. Number 3: Where's W? Look at the tattoo of the woman on the right. Is that George W. Bush hiding in that tree? Continue to keep counting down our 2014 Colorado People of Walmart. Number 2: Where do they keep the stockings? Hope this guy didn't stop by your house this past Christmas.... Number 1: Low riders When your pants are hanging so low, why even bother?
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