Hotel Wal-Mart

Skyler Bartels spent his spring break living inside a Wal-Mart SuperCenter. On purpose.

It was part of a sociology experiment to determine whether the retailer could truly meet his every need, 24 hours a day. He lived off energy drinks, doughnuts, yogurt and Subway sandwiches.

“I got to the point,” he said, “where I was adept at falling asleep on the toilet seat, which sounds kind of weird.”

Read more. (Thanks to Brandon!)

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