5. The Electronics Department
You know the big bin in the electronics department at Wal-Mart where you can rummage around for $5 DVD finds? Get digging. If you just so happen to both grab for the same DVD: Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus … well, that's practically fate (even if it's forced). You may share an unbridled passion for really crappy, D-list movies! And if you don’t have any luck bumping arms at the $5 dollar bin, don't worry. Meander over to other aisles in the department. You can ask the guy next to you whether you should go with Dell or HP for your new laptop. Or why not ask the cute, if not slightly geeky associate? (You have to admit, he's looking pretty dapper in that blue shirt uniform…) If worse comes to worse, you can always pull out this gem: "You watch Game of Thrones? Me too! Have you seen the latest episode … ?" Hook, line, and sinker.
6. The Grocery
How do foodies find love? Shopping for groceries, most likely. You can ask him what brand of cereal he likes, what he thinks of the produce selection today, and if he knows how to bake a good batch of chocolate chip cookies (while coyly mentioning that yours would just melt in his mouth … hint, hint). Swap recipes … and, if you're lucky enough, you may end up swapping numbers.
7. The Pet Department
When you stop in for a new bag of treats for Spot, take note of the other dog-lovers (and possible dates) shopping alongside to you. If he's perusing in the same section of the aisle as you, then chances are good that he's shopping for his dog too. You can approach him by asking which brand of treats his pooch likes and if all goes well, you can suggest a doggy play date, which is really, a badly disguised date for the two of you.
8. The Patio & Garden Department
Looking for the outdoorsy type? This is the part of the megastore you'll want to visit. At any given time of day, this department is swarming with guys. So let love bloom.
When you think about it — it's a hotspot for romance with the sunlight flooding the overhead green canopy, the flourishing rows of flowers, and that steam makes your skin positively glow. So ask him for a hand in lifting that heavy bag of mulch. Or ask him about perennials. Guys love to show off their expertise. We know you don't really care about the difference between a gas grill and a plated steel charcoal grill, but letting him know-it-all may boost up his confidence enough to ask if he can help you set your new grill up for the summer.
9. The Checkout
Why stand in line thumbing through pages of a celebrity tabloid magazine or fiddling on your phone when you can strike up conversation? If anything, you can start off by both bemoaning over the wait, "Ughh, this line is taking forever."
10. The Parking Lot (Or Anywhere Else in Walmart)
If all else fails, try this last resort: drop everything on the ground. Yes, you heard right: drop a bunch of stuff on your way to the lot. The only catch is to be strategic in your drop. Obviously, don't drop your goods in an abandoned aisle (that's just stupid). When you go to reach for something on a high shelf and you "just happen to drop" something, make sure it just happens to fall at a cute guy's feet next to you. The more you drop, the more gentlemanly guys will likely drop to their knees to help you pick things up, meaning more chances to connect. Hey, it's worth a try, right?