Walmart Ditches Mobility Scooters For Low-Cost Sedan Chairs

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Patrons of Walmart can now be hoisted around the isles of their local superstore by the same people who built the cheap, plastic goods they are buying.

Machines like mobility scooters use energy, require maintenance, and must be accounted for regularly. Because of the high costs incurred by these machines, Walmart officials have decided to look for alternatives.

Sedan chairs and Chinese laborers will now be used in place of the expensive scooters that robbed this multinational corporation of precious profits. Importing immigrants to transport shoppers fits perfectly with Walmart’s business model: exploiting cheap Chinese labor while catering to the decadent sloth of the average American.

Shoppers will feel like ancient emperors as they are toted through the frozen food section while hunting for microwavable fish sticks. The profits garnered by this change in policy will be used to purchase more self-checkout machines, which will fade out costly human cashiers that require up to nine dollars an hour.

4 thoughts on “Walmart Ditches Mobility Scooters For Low-Cost Sedan Chairs

  1. I have always wanted to zoom around a Walmart in a go-cart. The idea of watching customers jump into and on top of shelves filled with merchandise seems very entertaining to me. I don’t think the sedan chair toters would be able to go as fast as a go-cart. However, now I am wondering if a sedan chair passenger would be permitted to use a taser to encourage customers in the aisles to perform acrobatic stunts? Just wondering!


  2. And of course, the porters will have to sign waivers so the crippling injuries from hauling around 300+ lbs shoppers are their responsibility (as well as the lifetime supply of oxy they’ll be a-needing.)

    BTW: Still the funniest man I know of in the US 🙂


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