Walmart cashier does such a good Scooby Doo and Shaggy impression, he might get drug tested.

Walmart cashier does such a good Scooby Doo and Shaggy impression, he might get drug tested.
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If you thought Walmart didn't pay their employees enough before, just wait until you hear this cashier do spot-on impressions of Scooby-Doo and Shaggy, which are worth, at a minimum, a high-deductible health insurance plan. Brandon, as his name tag reads, is clearly making the videographer's day with his impersonations while a coworker named Mark walks by, completely unimpressed.

Utterly delightful. "This is goin' viral," the camerawoman notes at the video's end. She is correct, given that you are reading this now.

But what's up with Mark looking so unimpressed? Can't Mark be happy for Brandon? Does not he understand the pride and joy their Walmart coworkers will feel as Brandon, an ostensibly good-natured and hard-working employee, gets his day in the viral spotlight? Must our jobs boil us down to bitter, resentful shells of the compassionate people we could've been in lives we'll now never live? Must our dreams, our empathy, our compassion evaporate once crossing through Walmart's automatic sliding doors?

Seriously, Mark needs to lighten up.

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Really, what's Mark's deal?
 

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