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Footage Of Black Friday In The UK Appears On Social Media--And Something Is Very Off

By Aimee Lutkin

If you're reading this post on Black Friday, it must mean you're done trampling your neighbors at the mall so you can get a widescreen TV for 10 percent off. Going nuts for sales in stores and online is an American tradition, rooted in our deep love of consumerism and deals. We just can't seem to resist the allure of a good deal, even though we could likely just get the deal online, there's something about being physically there for the absolute madness.

It seems as though corporations are trying to spread the phenomenon of Black Friday to other countries, with mixed results. People are LOLing at this video of a store in the UK opening its door to shoppers in the early a.m., anticipating hordes of desperate people. 

Look at what happens: