We’re a few short days away from Black Friday, a day when millions of Americans are expected to ruin other Americans’ Thanksgiving by showing up to stores before midnight and demanding shopping deals.
To take advantage of Black Friday’s best deals you really need to get there the night before, stake your claim in line, and wait it out. Then the mayhem happens.
It’s a ridiculous tradition at this point. People will do anything to save a buck, as long as it doesn’t include actually working harder. Working is fine if you’re defining ‘work’ as waiting in a line for stuff that costs a fraction of what it normally does. So, here it is, the trailer Black Friday deserves.
How far is it from the truth, really?