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When you go to Target for one item, you'll end up leaving with a shopping cart full. That's just basic science.

But thanks to an actually delightful Halloween campaign from the store, you might just need two shopping carts on your next visit.

In a new campaign for Target's Halloween merchandise, the retailer takes viewers on an immersive, 360-degree video "choose your own adventure."

You just start at the video above, and follow the story from room to room in a haunted house.

In a world that's full of advertising, it's nice for a change of pace.

Just make sure to not block the entry way into the Dollar Spot, or some soccer moms could get violent.



Because Target can't always reply to their idiotic customers in the most appropriate fashion, one man took the initiative and created a fake customer service account titled "Ask ForHelp" to deliver the some serious social justice. Target Facebook has been flooded with hate after its stores recently made the move toward gender-neutral in-store labeling.

The fake Facebook account was built for success with the bull's-eye profile pic and a fitting name.... The haters weren't ready.

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Via: Chloe Sier
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Is this guy the new "Alex from Target?"

Before the doors busted open on Black Friday last week, this manager stood on the register and delivered a speech to his employees worthy of Gerard Butler in "300."

According to the video description, we as an Internet can refer to him as "Scot from Target."

He may not have Alex's dreamy eyes and Bieber-esque hair, but this guy is going places. See you at the movies Scot, or on the battlefield.

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