There are three stores in the world that are equivalent to walking into the seventh circle of hell – HomeGoods, Marshalls and T.J. Maxx. Surprisingly, yet not so surprisingly, these stores are all affiliated with each other and work side-by-side as a gang of evil geniuses to make us spend our hard-earned cash on things we don’t need now/will never need a day in any of our lives. We walk in for one simple little sale item and walk out with three shopping carts filled with dog toys (we don’t have a dog), inexpensive cooking supplies (we UberEats), books (who even reads?) and 67 candles that’ll probably burn our houses down. Why? Because everything is marked so *inexpensively* we always think we’re getting a great sale – and, let’s be real, who can pass up a really good sale?
TJ Maxx cashier: “Did you find everything you were looking for?”
*Me unloading full cart*
First of all, I wasn’t looking for any of this
— Mads (@madswill_) October 21, 2017
I kno its been a divisive couple of yrs but I think the whole nation could use a trip to TJ Maxx; nothing brings people together like a deal
— Tre of Zelienople (@TreyRazanauskas) October 13, 2017
Alex is mad at me because I spend “unnecessary money” in T.J. Maxx
— Maddi ♛ (@McilroyMaddi) October 25, 2017
I will name my first born T.J. Maxx so finally someone in my bloodline will be considered the coolest kid at school.
— Ryan (@ryanshowmont) October 16, 2017
*enters TJ maxx line with one pair of pants*
*leaves with a pair of pants, 2 candles, a new charger, exotic plant, new perspective on life*
— T (@TLynchiebaby) October 21, 2017