Walmart predicts top 20 hot toys for Christmas

Published: Tuesday, Sept. 18 2012 11:38 a.m. MDT

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annewandering
oakley, idaho

Great timing for a Walmart ad. I am boycotting them Friday. Their workers deserve better.

Wayne Rout
El Paso, TX

Because lazy union hack are making trouble for Wallmart, I plan to do all my shopping there.

Lonster
Sandy, UT

So what if I'm in my 60s? I want Santa to bring me one of them Nerf Blasters!

Blue Bolshevik
Salt Lake City, UT

Who cares. Walmart pays "takers" wages to people who want free stuff like food, housing, and healthcare.

Me Here
South Jordan, UT

If you live in the Salt Lake Valley, be forewarned that the hot toy that's going to show up here is an emergency shipping box that arrives on the doorstep sent from the North Pole by Santa Claus himself with a letter from him on the box and everything. Inside is one of a collection of funny misfit toys the elves accidentally made with a mistake and hid inside a "Santa Clauset". There's also a storybook about the misfit toys in it called "Santa Clauset" and its authored by Santa Claus! I saw them at a Christmas show at the Sandy Expo Center, and women were buying them like crazy. Cutest Santa idea ever.

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