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Gidda, Gidda, Catfight!

By Wyatt Earp | November 26, 2011

There’s nothing better than a good, old-fashioned catfight. That is, unless it’s a Black Friday catfight initiated by a sale on Victoria’s Secret yoga pants.

If you’re so stressed that you need to punch out a fellow customer, maybe the yoga isn’t working for ya.

With many businesses opening much earlier this year, stores had waves of customers at places like Monroeville Mall, where many stores opened at midnight unlike the normal doorbuster rush of Black Fridays past. One of the most climactic parts of the day was at Victoria’s Secret, where a hot deal on yoga pants had some women fuming.

“Literally, girls were punching each other,” said shopper Liz Wentling. “They threw little bags in baskets and they were just like, ‘Here.’ Girls were literally shoving each other, moms were getting into it.”

If the ad execs at Victoria’s Secret were smart, they would release a commercial based upon this event:

“Victoria’s Secret yoga pants. Comfortable when you’re kicking people in the teeth.”

Topics: Evil = Funny | 4 Comments »

4 Responses to “Gidda, Gidda, Catfight!”

  1. Loaded Dice in Vegas Says:
    November 26th, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    I keep telling Mom (86) to stay out of those places. You run into a bad crowd.

  2. Wyatt Earp Says:
    November 26th, 2011 at 8:53 pm

    LDIV – Have her bring a cane . . . and a shiv.

  3. Wes S. Says:
    November 27th, 2011 at 12:59 am

    Sounds like those are what the well-dressed woman needs to be wearing for those Black Friday smackdowns. Wonder if they have the reinforced, extra-stretchy crotch like the karate jeans Chuck Norris was hawking a few years ago…?

    For my part: If I hadn’t had to work on Black Friday, I wouldn’t have left the house. I would have much preferred to stay home and watch all the news reports of fistfights and pepper-spraying over being first in line to buy a nightgown or a freakin’ Xbox.

    Instead, I had to take my chances in traffic with all the frantic “lemmings packed in shiny metal boxes/Contestants in a suicidal race…”

    I consider myself lucky to have survived, actually.


  4. Wyatt Earp Says:
    November 27th, 2011 at 9:29 am

    Wes S. – I was working on Black Friday, too, but when I’m off for the day, I spend it putting up Christmas decorations, and staying far, far away from the malls.