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Published June 19, 2024

"People I want to punch in the face" list found at a grocery store has the internet divided on its seriousness

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punch face note via reddit

Everyone has a name they want to add to this list.

While grocery shopping, a customer found a piece of paper on the floor at an Aldi, but it wasn't an average shopping list.

The top of the stationary was labelled, "People I want to punch in the face."

stepped out of my car at my local Aldi and noticed someone's, I assumed, grocery list on the ground.
byu/No_Animator6543 inFoundPaper

The original owner of the paper had added a few names along with specific times they would do it.

Emma at 12pm, Hunter at 3pm, and Joe at 4pm.

Since the note was posted on reddit, people have perceived it differently.

Some see it as unfortunate, saying it endorses bullying.

One commentator noted he was bullied in school and doesn't find it funny.

It was also compared to a low-grade kill list. Yikes!

Others thought it was a joke, commenting, "I really like that they're giving themselves rest and recovery time between punches. Self-care is so important these days."

Another wrote, "Very organized. Very disciplined. This guy is going places."

Others loved the stationery and wondered where they could get the same.

There is a more logical explanation, though. Most think it was just a normal work schedule, and the manager used a silly notepad.

That would explain why the word "Carts" was written above the names and times, and it was just a coincidence the stationary was titled "People I want to punch in the face."

Feature image from Reddit

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