Pixar Facing Pressure from PETA to Make Changes to Toy Story 4’s Bo Peep


The new Toy Story 4 movie from Pixar reintroduces a character that remained hidden from view during their last venture in this series.  Little Bo Peep returns with a vengeance, reuniting herself with Woody after having not seen him for years.

Since she is made of porcelain, she became faded and chipped over the years, and decided to totally reinvent herself.


Bo Peep’s New Look

Toy Story 4 director Josh Cooley had the following to say about Bo’s new character:

“Bo’s taken control of her own destiny.  While Woody was watching Andy grow up, Bo gathered dust until she took it upon herself to head out into the world. And when Woody shows up, they can’t believe that they’ve found each other again.”

However, the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wasn’t so impressed, and didn’t hold back in sharing their thoughts on the matter.  They reached out to Cooley and asked him to remove Bo Peep from the new film altogether.  (as if that’s going to happen.)

So what was their main beef with Bo’s new look?  Here is the guilty culprit:


PETA’s #1 Target in Film

Yes.  What PETA didn’t like about Bo Peep wasn’t the character herself, but her handy dandy sidekick – her crook.  If you’re unfamiliar with how a crook is used when herding sheep, it involves hooking lambs by their head or legs by the wool industry.

PETA Manager of Animals in Film and Television Lauren Thomasson had this to say about the matter:

“I’m contacting you today about Bo Peep’s new look,” Thomasson writes. “Given that she was designed to have a ‘modern’ look, why hasn’t she ‘lost’ that outdated and cruel crook? You may not know that these ‘shepherd’s crooks,’ are used solely to hook a sheep’s neck and force these gentle animals to move. That isn’t something that a progressive Bo Peep would countenance in 2019!”

So far, Disney hasn’t made any official statements in response to PETA’s stance.  What do you personally think of Bo Peep continuing to carry her crook around?  Do you think she could still be Bo Peep without it?

Let us know in the comments below!


Ikea Donates Tiny Beds to Rescue and the Cats Rejoice!

When Ikea comes to mind, you probably think of stylish, clean-cut and minimalistic apartments – but in this case, I’d say they’re trending more towards meow-listic.

Ikea’s Act of Generosity

The Ikea store located in Etobicoke, Canada made a local humane society shelter’s day by helping to ensure that the kitties in their care were able to stay comfortable while waiting to find new homes.  The shelter made this statement on their Facebook page:

“A HUGE thanks to IKEA Canada, the Etobicoke location for donating these adorable doll beds. Now the cats are elevated off the cold, hard floor. Our floors are easy to clean but not terribly comfortable to lay on. Now cats like Catsby and Frankie have beds of their own to curl up in.

Not only did IKEA Canada generously donate 10 Duktig Doll Beds but they were able to give us $300 as well.

The volunteers and animals thank you. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.”

Etobicoke Humane Society

Purrfectly Sized

The 10 beds were the exact number necessary to fill the shelter’s kitten room.  The Etobicoke Humane Society has been in existence for the past 25 years, and their sole purpose is to provide care and protection for the animals they take in, and to help improve their welfare.  They are a no-kill shelter that is 100% run by caring volunteers.

While the beds look absolutely purrfect for comatose cats, the Ikea Duktid bed is actually a doll bed meant for children to play with.  Regardless, it doesn’t look like these kitties are complaining!  Not only are they a great size for cats, they could also work well for other smaller pets, such as bunnies or puppies.

Check out how incredibly happy these kitties are!  If you’re interested in obtaining a “pet bed” of your own, these beds are available for only $14.99 at your own local Ikea.  They are also available for shipping from their website.

Etobicoke Humane Society

If you’re feeling especially altruistic, you can always contact your local humane society or animal rescue to see if they could use a few beds themselves, or if they have any other pressing needs that they could use a little help with.

After that, scroll down to see how happy the shelter kitties were after receiving their new Ikea beds!

Dreaming of a new home…

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Hey, I was trying to take a cat nap!

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Are you here to take me home?

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Just trying to find out which one I like best!

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You’ve Been Prescribed a Healthy Dose of Smiles!


Here’s the thing about smiling – it is definitely a good way to help cure whatever might be ailing you.  If you’d like to jumpstart your day (or end it, depending on when you happen to be reading this…) – we’ve got you covered.

Day vs Night



I dunno.  I think this drawing is giving the stick dude a little too much credit.  Everyone knows that at the end of the day in front of a computer you only have enough energy left to literally fall onto the bed, clothes or not.




You shouldn’t knock knock-off store brands.  (I dare you to try saying that three times fast.) They’re perfectly as good as the normal store brands, as long as you dump a little sugar on top.  And extra milk.  And then top it off with a little of the store brand for added crunch.  Voila!

Technically Accurate



Hey, it’s those small details that really make the difference in the end!  The important thing is to never give up, and keep trying.  Practice each day if you must.  One day you’ll be able to draw the most glorious of horses without that pesky horn getting in the way.

Oh Dear



I guess that would be a bummer.  Here’s hoping that all who enter this bathroom will take these meaningful words to heart.  Who wants to be that they’ll still leave the light on when they leave?

And Her Life Changed Forever



I mean, the cat was really THAT big – as big as her hands are showing!  Whoa!  Marilyn’s life was never quite the same after that moment.  No other cats ever quite lived up to the glory of the giant cat she saw that day.

Those Silly Boys



I guess if you have an especially hairy bottom this might come in handy.  The boyfriend was just trying to do everyone a favor!  What a thoughtful person.  She’d better hang on to that one – talk about a keeper.

That’s Just Not Cool



See?  I told you so.  This is simply beyond cruel.  How can you deny anyone coffee, especially in that kind of situation?  If you have to go through that, the doctor should be able to handle what comes out in the end at the very least.

Cause for Celebration



Oh yaaaaas.  When you pop that pint of ice cream into the microwave after your children have fallen asleep to get it to the perfect consistency, and KNOW if that microwave beeps even one time you’re done for.

I Giggled



Who ever knew that if you smushed a marshmallow bunny that Kim Jong-un would appear?  The resemblance is uncanny!  Now I’m tempted to gather up other marshmallow treats to see if other famous figureheads might make an appearance.

10.  Pumpkin Spice Everything



Oh YES.  Pumpkin spice everything, please!  But not for several more months.  I think we’ve had quite enough of it already.


Even More Sentimental Games From Your Childhood!


I don’t know about you, but I love that feeling of nostalgia that washes over you when you see things that remind you of your past.  Here is a list of games that most of us should remember playing as a child.

If this isn’t enough to slog your memory, then check out our first list of classic nostalgic games!




Balderdash is an old Norse game, involving a mad dash to reach the final destination of Asgard.

Just kidding. A game for folks who know how to fake it to make it, Balderdash is the ultimate game of BS. Yes, that’s right, you win the game by bluffing your way to the most points. Do you think we’d win?




Another strategy game designed for two players is Stratego. The game has been around in the U.S. since 1961, and even longer in Europe – since World War II. Each player starts with 40 pieces (officers) under his or her control. The objective is to find and capture the opposing player’s flag.

Alternatively, a player can also win by capturing enough of their opponent’s pieces to restrict their movement. The game is simple enough for young children to understand and play. The depth of strategy has made it a favorite of adults as well.



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It was Mrs. Peacock in the conservatory with the rope!

The original Clue, marketed as the “Classic Detective Game,” is a three to six player murder mystery game. It was first published in 1949, though there have been a number of relaunches, updated versions, and spinoffs since.

Players must figure out which character murdered the victim, in what location, and with which murder weapon. Players take on the role of the suspects and collect clues by moving around the game board.



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Sorry is a game where the goal is to move your pieces from their start space all the way to their home space. The name comes from the ability to negate other players’ moves, prompting an apology – “Sorry!” The game is based on an ancient game that originated in India by the name of Pachisi.




Everybody’s favorite drawing game, Pictionary is guessing game inspired by charades. Instead of acting out clues, however, players must draw them. Each team moves around a game board, with the colored spaces determining what subject they’ll draw from a list.

If the team guesses their artist’s subject, they can roll the dice and advance. The first team to reach the last space on the board becomes the winner.



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Trouble, also known as Frustration in the UK) is a game similar to Sorry! And Pachisi. Players must race to send four pieces around a board. The game’s most notable feature is its “Pop-O-Matic” die container. The clear plastic bubble houses the game’s die or dice and acts as a way to cast rolls.

Trivial Pursuit


Trivia nerds, this is your game. Trivial Pursuit is won based on a player’s ability to answer trivia questions in six different categories. Each player begins with an empty piece and must earn wedges in the six categories by correctly answering questions.

In the classic version of the game, the categories are; Geography, Entertainment, History, Arts & Literature, Science & Nature, and Sports. Each category is represented by a color. Correct answers ensure a player’s turn will continue and they can keep moving around the board.

There have been countless themed spinoffs of the game as well. So, if you’re not good at generic trivia, perhaps you can still beat your friends at Star Wars Trivial Pursuit.

Chinese Checkers


Chinese checkers is a deceptive name, as it did not originate in China and it isn’t a variant of checkers. It was created in Germany in 1892 and the name was a marketing stunt to sell it in the US. In fact, it’s a variation of another game called Halma.

The goal of Chinese checkers is to move all your pieces from one point of a 6-pointed star to the opposite.

Parcheesi, one of the most replicated classic board games



The inspiration for countless other games, including Sorry! And Trouble (also on this list), Pachisi is an old Indian classic. Dating back to medieval times, the cross and circle board game has been declared the “national game of India.”

Parcheesi is simply the brand-name American adaptation.

The Game of Life


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Often simply called “Life,” this board game, created in 1860 by Milton Bradley, was America’s first truly popular parlor game. The game can be played by two to six players and represents a person’s travels through life. Of course, it hasn’t always looked like it does today. When Bradley first created the game, it looked more like a checkerboard and was called “The Checkered Game of Life.”

The more modern version has players spin a wheel to drive around a track in a little automobile. The car has spaces for blue and pink pegs to represent people that are picked up throughout the game. Pegs are added when players get married or have children. Players can also use play money to purchase insurance policies and stocks.

Like many other popular games, there are many spinoffs as well.


Nostalgic Games From Your Childhood, Which Do You Remember Playing?


Good old-fashioned board games have been entertaining us for years – as kids and even as adults. From classic board games to the hottest new releases, business is booming, too.

Thanks to the popularity of “game nights,” friends can get together and not have to rely on small talk. Instead, they can partake in various parlor games – board games, card games, role-playing games, you name it.

While there are new games coming out all the time, we thought we’d take a look at the true classics. Some of these classic board games are even so established and pervasive they’ve been played for centuries.



Chess is potentially the most classic, well known classic board game of all time. It’s also one of the few on this list that is played competitively. Chess has been around for centuries; most believe it to have originated in India where it was known as chaturanga.

The game has evolved a lot since then and a survey taken in 2012 found that the game has over 605 million regular players.



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An all-time family favorite, we’d be surprised if there wasn’t a copy of Monopoly sitting in your closet or a family member’s attic. While there are hundreds of different spin-offs and versions of the game, the win condition is generally the same: acquire all the properties and starve your opponents.

What many might not know is the game was inspired by an economical demonstration by the name of “The Landlord’s Game.” The creator, Elizabeth Magie thought that explaining the concepts involved would be easier in the form of a game.



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Beloved game of logophiles everywhere, Scrabble is won by spelling out words, crossword style, on the game board. Players earn points based on the letters used to spell words. Point values are increased by placing tiles on special spaces. There’s even an official dictionary for the game.

Of course, that’s so people playing can’t make up words just to use up their letters. No dad, “smeat” is not a real word.



Checkers has likely been around even longer than Chess. Also known as draughts or dames, the game is heavily influenced by a Middle Eastern game called alquerque. The goal is to get your pieces to the other side while capturing your opponent’s pieces. The 8×8 version of the game was actually solved by a computer scientist team led by Jonathan Schaeffer.

Both players can force a draw, however, this requires perfect play so is unlikely to happen to casual players.



Like Monopoly, Risk has tons of different spin-offs and versions such as Risk Europe or the Star Wars Edition. However, spin-offs of Risk can get quite elaborate such as Risk Legacy. In Legacy, players shape the story of the game itself, each game affecting future games you play.

For the original version, the goal is to capture territories to eventually eliminate your opponents. It originated in 1957 and has since become one of the most popular classic board games in existence.



Backgammon is also an oldie and can be traced as far as 5,000 years back. The objective of backgammon is to “bear off” or remove all your pieces from the board before your opponent. It has a unique combination of luck and skill by requiring the rolling of dice.

This has made it an interesting subject for computer scientists. Because of this, there’s been software developed that can beat even top-tier players. In fact, some programs were so good at it that online backgammon sites had to implement counter-measures to detect them.



Go is an ancient Chinese board game, dating back prior to the Zhou dynasty (1046-265 BC). It is an abstract strategy game where the goal is to surround more territory than your opponent. Centuries ago, Chinese aristocrats considered Go one of four essential arts.

This eventually increased the popularity and level of play. Some believe it made be the oldest game that has been played continuously to the current day.

Snakes and Ladders


Also known as Chutes and Ladders in the U.S., this classic board game originated in ancient India. One of two games on this list with no strategy involved at all, the outcome is decided entirely by chance. The classic game involves rolling dice to navigate the board. Certain spaces contain either snakes or ladders which either help or hinder one’s progression.

The game is meant to represent a life’s journey and many versions include lessons in morality.



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Originally a pencil and paper game, the guessing game that is Battleship got its iconic plastic game board in 1967. The game itself dates back to World War I. Two players’ ships are arranged on labeled grids, their positions concealed from each other.

Players take turns taking “shots” at each other’s fleets, with the objective being to sink the opposing player’s ships.

Candy Land


Candy Land Wiki

Like chutes and ladders, Candy Land does not require any decision making. Once the cards are shuffled, the players’ fates are all sealed. Suitable for young children, the game requires no reading and only minimal counting skills.

Would you like to see even more?  Then continue reading our next set of classic nostalgic games from your childhood!


Photos Guaranteed to Give You a Case of the Chuckles!


Do you sometimes feel like you’re just sitting there waiting for the grass to grow?  Fear not, for we have the ultimate cure for boredom. The photos below should help get a chuckle out of just about anyone!

So if you need an excuse to smile, or help wasting time while at work, read on…

The Children Have Arrived



There is nothing sweeter than the sight of a mother with her uhm…  fresh, newly born children?  In this case I think the “children” will be far safer if they’re kept away from their mother.

Early Warning Signs



Love is a many splendored thing, except when it isn’t.  There is nothing wrong with showing affection for the one you love, but sometimes people take it a bit too far.  At least this guy was warned early on into the relationship!

Nothing More than Fillings



That is very true.  Your dentist DOES have fillings.  He also has many other tiny pain devices, such as drills, miniature hammers, chainsaws and machetes all designed to help give you the brightest smile possible!

Hint Hint, Nudge Nudge



Some guys DO need to be nudged along a bit – that is a simple fact.  But girl, you don’t want your guy buying you a grocery store engagement ring.  Then again, I guess any ring will do in a pinch!  It’s the thought that counts?

Bless His Heart



Oh dear.  This person’s poor elderly father literally tried to print out a video.  I’m hoping all of the wrinkles in the paper wasn’t from him desperately trying to press the play button.  I also hope you didn’t try pressing the play button either.

A Relaxing Dinner



I have a young child of my own, and I have to say that this image is wildly accurate.  The truth is, if your child is at least staying still – even if their legs are literally flailing in the air – it really IS a nice dinner.

Poop Factory



This is the costume that EVERY dog should wear for Halloween.  And every cat.  And every child.  You should also add every man to that list, if you want to be really honest.  I personally like how this dog seems to have his very own headlights turned on.  Nice touch!

A Miracle of Nature



I think it is just a sign that no matter what shape you’re in at the beginning, there is hope that you can persevere and grow.  Or something like that.  At the very least he has something nice to look at while he’s getting his sweat on!

A Little Too Trendy



Oh GIRL.  I know how hard some of us try to follow the latest trends, but this is taking it about five million steps too far.  Yes, approximately five million.  At the very least she should have gotten it in the right order.  Teal up top, stripes down below!

The More You Know



At least the news is factual for once!  Right?  I’m actually kind of speechless on this one, and that never happens.  I guess there are some cats that think they’re dogs, and dogs that think they’re cats.  Let’s go with that.


Even MORE Ways That Our World Might Soon Come to an End!

If our first article about end of the world predictions wasn’t enough to scare you, here are even MORE possible ways that the world may soon end!

End of the World Prediction – June 24, 2018


Conspiracy theorist Mathieu Jean-Marc Joseph Rodrigue has reworked Bible calculations, figuring in the number of the beast (666) and all that and has come up with a new date for Earth’s destruction: June 24, 2018.

He points to the passage from Revelation 13:5, that reads: “The beast was given a mouth to speak arrogant and blasphemous words, and authority to act for forty-two months” as a clue to the date calculation. Rodrigue has said he does not know how the end will come about.

Hell on Earth – Bigger, Longer Wildfires


You may have already noticed how bad the recent wildfires have been over the last few years.

Environmental scientists from the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) predict wildfires in the Western United States are going to get a lot worse.

Already, they predict 30,000–50,000 wildfires to occur each year. They say that by 2050, wildfire seasons in the US will be three weeks longer, twice as smoky, and will burn a larger portion of the West per year.

The Predictions of the Blind – Baba Vanga


A blind Bulgarian mystic named Baba Vanga who was dubbed the “Nostradamus from the Balkans” has made stunningly accurate predictions of past events. Baba Vanga died at the age of 85 in August 1996.

However, before her death, the aging clairvoyant made predictions extending into the 51st century. Her past track record of successful predictions has an accuracy rate of over 85 percent.

She accurately predicted the 9/11 attack on the USA, predicted Brexit, the rise of Isis, the Kursk nuclear submarine disaster, the death of Indira Gandhi, the presidential term of Barack Obama, and many other events.

A Predicted Eruption – Bardarbunga 


In August of 2014, scientists predicted a possible eruption of Bardarbunga, a volcano located in Iceland. In just a few weeks, their prediction came true.

Their first clue was hundreds of earthquakes occurring over several days at the site. Scientists believe it’s only a matter of time before the volcano erupts again.

Time Traveler Passes Lie Detector Test


In February 2018, a man who calls himself Noah, came forth claiming to be a time traveler from the year 2030. The man asked to remain anonymous claiming he could be assassinated for revealing what he knows about the future, so his face was purposely blurred in photographs and video.

He reportedly lives in South America. As proof of his knowledge, he agreed to take a lie detector test, which was shown on video with him passing every question. In contrast to the gloom and doom forecasts we typically see of the future, all of the predictions Noah made were positive.

Isaac Newton’s Prediction


In an unpublished manuscript, Isaac Newton gave a date of 2060 which was falsely reported as a date for the end of days.

Newton was against date setting. Instead, he gave his prediction as a date before which the end of the world could not happen. He later revised this date to 2016.

Now that we are past 2016, we are in Newton’s end-of-the-world time period.

Largest Tsunami Ever Predicted to Strike Caribbean


Two university professors, one from University College London and one from the University of California Santa Cruz released a paper in 2011 in which both predict that the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Canary Islands will erupt and create the largest tsunami ever recorded in history.

The effect will be felt as far away as Florida and England. In a worst-case scenario, a massive chunk of landmass on the island of La Palma could fall into the sea.


Is the World Coming to an End? Doomsday Predictions from Scientists and Psychics


So how will life on Earth end? There are two perspectives: On one side, we have the scientists who have studied scientific facts as indicators. On the opposite side, we have those who are basing their predictions on knowledge from supernatural sources. Which perspective is more valid?

Either way, the predictions from both sides aren’t all that warm and fuzzy. Let’s see what other sources have to say about Earth and mankind’s future…

An object from space collides into Earth


There’s a 1 in 1.6 million chance that an asteroid, meteorite or comet may cause YOUR death, but what are the chances that an object from space could wipe out mankind in general?

There are a few places in our cosmic neighborhood were killer asteroids or comets could live, but the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter is home to most of the meteorites that have hit us before. Luckily, as time passes, so does the threat (because the asteroids are not replenishing).

The truth is that our solar system, the galaxy, and the universe at large are incredibly complex. Scientists can’t nail down an exact risk, but they think it probably won’t happen for another 1.35 million years.

Jean Dixon: Armageddon between 2020 and 2037


Jean Dixon is one of the best-known American psychics and astrologers of the 20th century. She famously predicted the assassination of John F. Kennedy, when in the May 13, 1956, issue of Parade Magazine she wrote that the 1960 presidential election would be “dominated by labor and won by a Democrat” who would then go on to”be assassinated or die in office though not necessarily in his first term.” Dixon gave astrological advice to both former President Richard Nixon and former First Lady Nancy Reagan.

Dixon claimed that Armageddon would take place in 2020, and Jesus will return to defeat the unholy trinity of the Antichrist, Satan, and the False prophet between 2020 and 2037.

Scientists predict Earth-splitting earthquake & tsunami in Oregon: 2015-2065


Since 2010, scientists have believed that an inevitable earthquake and tsunami will strike off the coast of Oregon within the next 50 years due to a crack in the Earth’s crust approximately 97 kilometers (60 miles) offshore from Oregon.

This zone is believed to be hiding one of the biggest seismic events of the century. They believe it could possibly even split apart portions of the West Coast itself.

“Time traveler” predicts Los Angeles will be underwater in the year 5000



In February 2018, a man, known only as Edward, who claims to be a time traveler, says he was part of a top-secret experiment at a Los Angeles laboratory in 2004 which allowed him to time travel.

Edward says he went to the future and spoke with people who said that the ice caps melting had lead to Los Angeles and other cities being submerged.

He claims that the photo was taken 3,000 years in the future.

Scientists say Mount Fuji to erupt between 2015-2053


Scientists believe that Mount Fuji in Japan can erupt any day. In 2011, the 9.0-9.1 Tohoku earthquake literally shifted the landmass of Japan, and as a result, 20 of the 110 active volcanoes in Japan showed increased seismic activity. The volcano is one of 47 active Japanese volcanoes.

Experts agree that if Mount Fuji erupts, 750,000 people would need to be evacuated from Tokyo and the city would likely be covered in ash.

Nostradamus predictions for 2018?


Many people have claimed that the cryptic predictions of Nostradamus predicted the end of the world, even though the psychic has never given a specific date to these events. Many followers believe some of the famous soothsayers predictions will come to pass in the year 2018, pointing to these statements:

“The trembling so hard in the month of May, Saturn, Capricorn, Jupiter, Mercury and Taurus: Venus also, Cancer, Mars, in Virgo, Hail will fall larger than an egg.”

Scientists predict major solar storm: 2015-2025


Scientists believe there is a 12 percent chance of the major solar storm hitting Earth in the next 10 years, as the sun has an activity cycle which is expected to ramp up within the next decade. Electronic grids and satellite communications across the world could be affected causing major worldwide blackouts.

Crucial electronic components of satellites could be destroyed. The last event in July 2012 was considered a “lucky miss” and scientists don’t believe we will be so fortunate the next time.

Scientists say the long-predicted “big one” will hit California: 2015-2045


It’s something California residents have heard their entire life: “The big one is coming.” People have gone so far as to say that the big one will sink portions (or the entirety) of the state into the ocean. The US geological survey predicts a strong probability of a magnitude 8.0 or larger earthquake hitting California within the next few decades.

One of the biggest fears with California earthquakes, especially in Southern California, is the wildfires that are likely to be sparked in the aftermath which could turn much of the state into a raging inferno.

If you want to find about more ways that the world could possibly end, click here for our next article!


Fabulous Finds You Won’t Believe Came from Wallyworld!


Sometimes we’re absolutely stunned to hear the words, “oh, yeah, I got it at Walmart.” While we often tend to think of it as a basic store with boring necessities, that’s not always the case. In fact, we’ve seen some pretty fabulous Walmart finds recently.

You, too, might be surprised by what you can find in the popular superstore. Here are some examples to prove our point.

This Cool Rotating Coffee Table


Newsflash, Ikea isn’t the only place to shop for chic, modern coffee tables. This ultra-hip rotating coffee table is a serious statement piece for your living space, too.

Seriously though, this is not the sort of table we expect to find at Walmart, much less for under $100.

Luxurious 1500 Thread Count Microfiber Sheets


1500 thread count… at Walmart? Yep, and you can pick them up in-store, too. Oh, they’re also available in over 30 colors. Yes, this might be one of the most fabulous Walmart finds ever. Why do we say that?

Because there’s a rollback on them and even the most expensive sets don’t appear to exceed $35. In some colors, you can get a king size set for as low as $20. Score.

A Parisian-Chic Midi Skirt – With Pockets!


What can we say? We love a skirt with pockets. This goes-with-anything skirt also has a cute sash that can be work in the front, back, or on the side.

It’s fun and flirty while still being classic and chic, making it a serious wardrobe essential.

A Stylish, Speckled Dinnerware Set


We couldn’t be more impressed with some of fabulous Walmart finds from Better Homes and Gardens. This dinnerware set, for instance, looks like something we’d find at a much more high-end store.

And it’s also far less expensive than one might expect, coming in under $50 for all 16 pieces

A Rolling Kitchen Island


Been dying to get more space in your kitchen but can’t find it in your budget? Peep this fabulous Walmart find: a rolling kitchen island for less than $60. It’s pretty basic, but for the price, it’s a steal.

We’d bet with some chalk paint, new casters, and some fancy drawer pulls, it could be a DIY dream island. Just sayin’.

This Stylish Crochet Swimsuit


Swimwear is just about the last thing that comes to mind when we think of Walmart. But, talk about fabulous Walmart finds, check out this crochet one-piece with a halter neck.

Now, what if we told you it comes in 6 different colors and is (drum roll please) less than $10. Yea, we were pretty shocked at the price tag, too.

A Gorgeous Tufted Sleeper Sofa


What if we told you, you could have a lush, tufted sleeper sofa for just over $350 including shipping. Well, you can – or you can get it for even less if you have it shipped to a store.

(Of course, if you’re opting for free pickup, you’re going to need some way to move and transport it.) It’s available in green, navy, grey, pink, and taupe velour and it folds down into a guest bed.

A 3-Pack of Super Cute Pineapple Tiki Torches


Keep mosquitoes from ruining your outdoor dining experience with an ultra-chic set of pineapple-shaped, citronella table torches. They’re cute, classy, and discreetly go with most patio décor. Plus, a three pack is less than twenty bucks.

Albanese Gummi Bears


Psssst, did you know that Walmart has the best gummi bears? Surprise, they do! That’s right, most stores carry Albanese sugar free gummi bears. So, while you’re stopping by to pick up all your other fabulous Walmart finds, be sure to grab a bag.

(Or three, we won’t tell – besides, they’re sugar free!)

Micro LED Canopy Lights


When you want to have the coolest canopy on the block, leave it to Walmart to provide the lighting. These lights can be used for all sorts of awesome backyard decorating options, whether or not you have a gazebo.

Use them on trees, large umbrellas, canvas canopies, or wherever you please for warm, outdoor night lighting.

Want to see more fabulous finds?  Check out our next article!


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