Meet people who love shopping at Target as much as you do and are probably feeling as guilty as you for buying things that they probably won't even be using.
Are you the kind of a person who goes to Target to get one thing and except for that one specific thing you buy everything else? Well, worry not because you will be surprised to know that a lot of people here are the same.
Immediately after filling the shopping cart, when the cashier is counting your items, the guilt finally starts to set in. But in your defense, there were way too many cute things for you to resist. So you tell yourself that no worries you will be careful next time. But oh well! who has seen tomorrow? So let us live today!
me in the self checkout aisle at target staring at myself on camera pic.twitter.com/F3iAi3r1q7— an pigeon🍃 (@imskytrash) January 10, 2020
I hate it when the Target cashier says, “Did you find everything you were looking for?” It makes me feel really guilty. Because I wasn’t looking for any of the 25 items in my shopping cart! I came for diet cokes and toilet paper...#TargetProblems— Leigh Anne Tuohy (@LeighAnneTuohy) February 18, 2018
I actually made it out of target with only the item I went in for, I think I should reward myself. By going to target. #targetaddict 🎯— Mallory△⃒⃘ (@mgruenenfelder) December 18, 2015
Guys on tinder: you trying to have fun?— k a y🌻 (@OKAYYWOWWW) September 30, 2019
Me:My idea of fun is a three hour shopping trip at target, dinner at Texas Roadhouse, a few Netflix episodes and bed by 934pm. Does that sound fun to you?
Me at target when the cashier said my total was $105 pic.twitter.com/s3I1sGFnm9— Miss Terri Tory (@Juicy_Kayy_) April 25, 2016
you're a @Target addict when you check cartwheel like it's social media 🎯— calihan price (@calihanprice) March 6, 2017
Cashier: Do you have a Target rewards card?— Taz (@tazsme) June 22, 2014
Me: Oh no, I don't need one; shopping here is reward enough.
I could step foot in target for 5 minutes and already have 100 dollars worth of crap in my hands.. #targetaddict 😬😅— Kinlee Burke (@KinleeFaldet21) November 19, 2015
I'm despondent in Target and I'm not even at Target. You don't need to be at Target to be despondent in Target. Despondent in Target is a feeling.— Maddy Court (@worrierprincess) November 7, 2019
The Target cashier knows more about my life from one shopping trip than my own family.— Erica (@SCbchbum) November 6, 2013
Her: Here's the Target shopping list. Do not deviate from it.— Admiral Snaccbar (@SimplySnaccbar) March 11, 2019
Me: Got it, in and out. No worries.
Me: I know it's only March, but this spooky pumpkin fog machine has 20 settings, Carol. 20 SETTINGS.
When you walk into Target and you end up spending $40 in just the $1 & $3 section #targetproblems— amanda ramirez 🌻 (@asi_soy_yox3) October 18, 2016
during an interview earlier they asked my hobbies and I said “I love to go to target”— em 😈 (@emhency) October 24, 2017
bored? go to target. hungry? go to target. depressed? go to target. stressed? go to target.— teresa (@IoIteresa) October 23, 2017
Target Shopping Pyramid— Target (@Target) October 21, 2019
/ buying \
/ candles \
/ forget what \
/ you came for \