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Photos: Colorado People of Walmart, 2015 Edition

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Once again, it's time to feature the latest Colorado contributions to the consistently bizarre People of Walmart website -- and even more so than in our 2014 post, this year's pics are all about that bass. See what we mean when you count down the top ten below.

See also: Photos: Colorado People of Walmart, 2014 Edition

Number 10: How a Rock Star Does It Is it our imagination, or are his shorts bigger than hers? Number 9: Two Fashion Statements in One They're yoga pants! No, they're pantyhose! No -- they're both! Continue for more Colorado People of Walmart, 2015 edition. Number 8: A Knotty SituationSome hairstyles conform to gravity. Others defy it. Number 7: Plumber's Day Off No bending over necessary. Continue for more Colorado People of Walmart, 2015 edition. Number 6: And Get Off My Lawn While You're At It! Ah, retirement: The golden years -- when you're not afraid to say what's been on your mind for decades. Number 5: Truth in Advertising On second thought, he is kinda cute.... Continue for more Colorado People of Walmart, 2015 edition. Number 4: Dinosaur National Monument Coming to a theater near you: Jurassic Parking Space. Number 3: For the Birds On the next Take Your Parrot to Walmart day, we hope we're as prepared as these two. Continue for more Colorado People of Walmart, 2015 edition. Number 2: Support System Maybe the M&M guy on the left could hold up this guy's drawers, too. Number 1: Safety First One sure way to avoid ending up on People of Walmart with your jeans sagging: wear another pair of jeans under the first one. Genius!

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