11 Black Friday Shoppers Perfectly Described By "Dance Moms"
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11 Black Friday Shoppers Perfectly Described By "Dance Moms"

Thanksgiving meals, steals, deals, and shoppers.

11 Black Friday Shoppers Perfectly Described By "Dance Moms"

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Yes, the holiday season! From endless mashed potatoes at Thanksgiving dinner to decorating the Christmas tree, there is one day in particular important to all shopaholics. Black Friday, or Black Thursday as some stores have decided to open on the holiday, the most important day(s) of the year for all consumers.

In addition to the food comas and hangovers, the day after Thanksgiving is all about the deals, door busters, sales and drama. From the long lines at midnight, unhappy staff members and floods of people fighting for the best deal, there are just those particular people you cannot help but find everywhere.

But before you jump in line, remember that this experience is not all lovey dovey, it’s a battlefield to win some great steals.

Check out some of these people you may encounter while shopping to ensure you’re best fit to score some great deal.

1. The Campers

    These shoppers are camped out hours or even days before the stores officially open with all the deals. Talk about dedication right? Through the blood, sweat and tears, these shoppers persevere with grace and aggression.
    2. The Family Clan Talk about a family affair. These guys are the definition of #SQUADGOALS. Working as one unit means the best chance of getting the most deals. They are sneaky, large and definitely in charge.

3. The Spenders

Wouldn’t it be nice to have sums of money to go out and spend on anything you wanted, despite how irrational it is? I mean do you really to buy 7 waffle makers or European, snakeskin, thigh high boots? But hey, no judgment here, just remember to look for these guys. They are not afraid to snatch whatever their eye catches.

4. The Up All –Nighters

You’ll most likely see these shoppers in line and roaming around various stores throughout the night and into the day. They know exactly what they are looking for and plan ahead. Watch out for these guys, they will most likely be hyped on caffeine.

5. The Spoiled Preteens

    Nothing better than a hormonal preteen going through puberty and mommy and daddy's bank account. With their annoying IDGAF attitudes, these guys simply just get in the way of your mission.
    6. The Clueless

These guys simply have no clue what is going on. They simply roam the stores, overwhelmed by the craze and end up wandering for hours. Just a couple of indecisive people with no idea of what to do.

7. The Most Prepared a.k.a The Moms

Ah yes, the ones who've been scoping out the deals days in advance and is well prepared with a list of what to get everyone for Christmas. These ladies are fierce, tenacious and on the move.

8. The Confused Dads

    Oh the dads. The ones who either get stressed about what to buy his wife for Christmas or the ones who are completely over shopping. Either way, there is a 50% of hating or loving this person.

    9. The Physical Ones

    Let's get physical, literally. Don't mess with these guys if you want to leave Target with all body parts intact and without any scratches or bruises.

    10. The Caller Outers

They will scream and shout and cause a scene if it means that they can grab all of the Twilight Series Blu-ray DVDs from your cart.

11. The One Timers

They came, saw and somewhat conquered, finishing the night with a simple conclusion; they are never going to do that again. Through the blood, sweat and tears, the deals just weren't worth the hype. Maybe they'll just stick to Cyber Monday.

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