So I went to walmart and bought beer for my husband and my 17 year old daughter was with me. I was asked to show my I.d.
and then they wanted my daughter to show her I.d. of course she doesn't have one and I told the cashier that. This is the dumpiest policy I have ever heard of. If u that worried about under age drinking why the *** do u bother selling it.
Walmart is suppose to be a one stop shop but I tell u what they don't have to ever worry bout me buying alcohol again from them. This has happened to me before. I normally don't have a problem with store policies but this one takes me to the highest level of pisstivity. Why sell it if you gonna make it such a inconvience for your CUSTOMERS?
WHY WHY WHY. Should I leave the kids in the car while I buy groceries and buy alcohol. Oh I forgot U CANT. SO please tell me what should I do with my kids in this situation.
And if my child does have a I.d and they r under age but I am buying alcohol for myself and of course I am over 21 u seriously want sell it to b because my child isn't over 21. This is utterly ***.
Should I bring their birth certicates in with me when I want to buy alcohol. Please advise.
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