It's time once again for what's become an annual staple:
The latest photos, featuring People of Walmart text, carry on the tradition proudly: They're weird and hilarious in equal measure.
Count down the top ten below — and for memorable People of Walmart shots from the other 49 states, click here.
Number 10: BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD
"Sweet haircut. I can’t tell if you’re a Broncos fan or just lost a bet. Wowzers that looks awful."
Number 9: SHEEP SHOPPING
"Oddly enough, with what I’ve seen at Walmart, there is a good chance Little Bo Peep’s sheep are actually there somewhere."
Number 8: GOOD WITH THE BAD
"Bad news: Whatever you did with that Jimmy Cap in a Walmart bathroom is absolutely disgusting and you nasty.
"Good news: The type of person that would use a condom in a Walmart bathroom isn’t procreating."
Number 7: BUTT TO BUTT
A photo that speaks for itself.
Number 6: FREE RIDES
"It is much cheaper than taking them to Six Flags or something."
Continue to keep counting down our ten favorite Colorado People of Walmart photos, 2016 edition.
Number 5: LOOKS LEGIT
"Hell yes I’ll buy that Ziplock baggie full of Sour Patch Kids. No reason for concern here. In fact it will make it easier for me when I pass out loose unwrapped candy to all the neighborhood kids for Halloween."
Number 4: THE WIZ
"Meet my friend Sorcerer Steve. His only real power is the ability to turn alcohol into regret, but we just let him do his thing."
Number 3: TWO SEATER
"True love knows no bounds…not even twinsie child seats."
Number 2: THE PUMPKING
"It’s that time of year when pumpkins stop being scary and start being delicious pies. Which Jack ass O-lantern would you take home to bake?"
Number 1: EASY BREEZY
"I’m sorry, Walmart can’t refund or exchange your childhood. That’s gone; play the hand you were dealt."
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