Walmart has built a reputation as a place where the less style-conscious can shop in their pajamas (or some other, far worse faux pas). But a recent study by Psychology Today reveals that Walmart shoppers should consider dressing for love.
According to an article on houston.cbslocal.com, the study indicated a majority of people in 15 states felt that they fell in love at first sight while shopping at the world's largest retailer. The study, based on "missed connections" posts found on Craigslist, found that people in Texas, Florida, Ohio, Montana and North Carolina, among others, believe that they spotted their future husband or wife at Walmart.
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