Just hours after feasting with their families and posting unnaturally humble Facebook status updates, they venture out. Fueled by an irrational desire for Black Friday bargains, these shoppers pawn their thankful feelings in exchange for discount electronics. This cell phone video shows it happening again as home dude clings to a 12-volt convertible car like it's a duffel bag of beef jerky in the Hunger Games.
Step off, fellow shoppers. He got this.
Gross. Now share a visual pallet cleanser with this amazing SNL Black Friday Sketch. Free box cutters! Narrow isles! An unreleased Harry Potter novel for $6!
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