Reddit’s Black Friday Horror Stories Will Make You Thankful For Online Shopping

11.25.16 1 week ago 2 Comments
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For many Americans, the time-honored tradition of Thanksgiving dinner is followed by another, equally important ritual: Black Friday.

Waking up at 1 a.m. and braving the masses in search of the ever-elusive deal is a reprieve for some after slaving over that big bird. But, for many retail employees, the annual “holiday” (which has slowly crept into Thursday) is less fun and more like their own personal Vietnam.

From violent customers with lewd behavior to the inexplicable garbage heap that forms in store aisles after the first mad dash, here are the best of the worst Black Friday retail employee stories that Reddit has to offer.

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