If You Take A Girl To Target...
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If You Take A Girl To Target...

Prepare for this girl to go wild.

If You Take A Girl To Target...

If you ask a girl to go to Target, she will be beyond excited to embark on a shopping excursion with you. She just realized she ran out of shampoo so she needs to go. Get ready to go on an impulse shopping trip. Even if she says she has a list made, she won't be able to contain herself. Her natural instinct will be to buy everything in sight. Shoppers, get your carts ready.

If you take a girl to Target:

She will want to stop by the clearance section aka Bullseye's Playground just to see if anything there is worth her while. Nowadays, everyone lives on a budget and this girl can't pass up a decent deal. The clearance section has deals ranging from $1 to even $7 which leaves her to think, "I can't pass up a deal like this!" With Fourth of July just around the bend, she will tell herself that she absolutely needs those patriotic canisters. She doesn't necessarily know what she will use them for, but she will find a way. Add it to the cart.

If she stops by the clearance section, then she will see women's clothing and have to venture through the selections.

She can buy a bathing suit, a romper, a sundress, work clothes, or even athletic gear. They have it all. She snags a couple shirts and dresses. She also spots the perfect outfit for the weekend and it too is patriotic AF.

If she finds the perfect outfit to wear out on the town this weekend, she'll need the perfect shoes to finish the look.

You know what that means? Yup, you guessed it, she'll need to mosey on down the shoes section. Gotta always put your best foot forward.

If she finds shoes to finish off her look, she will want to find some new makeup to make her eyes pop even more in the outfit.

She may want to indulge herself in purchasing a fancy sponge...I mean, beauty blender.

If she finds makeup, she will want to have a drink for when she puts her face on to go out this weekend.

Makes total sense. Oh, did you just see those Moscow Mules? Oh my gosh, they also have coffee mugs, and with to die for patterns! She doesn't just want one of these coffee mugs, she NEEDS one. She tells herself she already has an odd number of coffee mugs in her apartment, can't have that. She must buy this mug to even the amount. And didn't you hear... Orange isn't the new black.

If she is getting a new coffee mug, well she will NEED a bag of coffee grounds to go with the new mug.

And if she's on the topic of coffee, she's gonna want food to go with her coffee. This will give her the idea to try and be healthy so she'll explore the health kick aisle. So many options for energy bars...and she wants to try one of each.

If she wants her life to be healthier, then she is going to want her apartment to feel and smell healthier too.

This means she is going to stroll down the candle aisle. Be careful boys, she may never come back out. She will indeed smell every candle scent the store has to offer then contemplate which scent describes her mood best.

If you let her go down the candle aisle, she will spot wall decor as well.

She may realize that she has too many items. This is where decisions will be made. She must ask herself, "Do I really need two similar looking dresses or do I get an arrow to symbolize moving forward?" Yeah, decisions were made.

If you give a girl.... Wait. How in the world did she end up in the toy section debating on whether or not to buy this hula-hoop?

Hey, she's still got it. She's probably going to buy it. Now if you manage to get her to the cash register, she will hand over her debit card with a bittersweet feeling in her gut.

So much money but so many things! Her car is going to be filled to the brim with items.

Finally, if you take a girl home from Target, there is a 99% chance that she forgot what she really needed.

Yeah... she forgot the shampoo. Guess she is going back tomorrow.

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