Supermarkets are not very super. Super is a vague term to define the grandeur of the said noun. The adjective is simple and does not describe anything about the word. When attached to the word “market,“ I become disappointed. The word supermarket, implies a market unlike any preceding markets. In modern terms, the word implies the one-stop-superior-store. It is commonly understood that Walmart is a supermarket however, this is a lie. It fails to have everything one would need. It’s blue design brings gloom as the consumer enters the automatic sliding doors and the clutter within brings frustration to hopeful individuals. I love TARGET! Target is your favorite aunt you cannot live without and Walmart is the weird uncle that everyone has to see around the holidays but avoids at all cost. Some of you true cynics are thinking, Target is a supermarket and to you I must inform that you are stupid, slightly insane and lack imagination. Target is a destination... similar to heaven on earth. And as a good Catholic, I give alms once a week as a thank-you for my heavenly trips. Blasphemy? No the blasphemy is how the time spent in supermarkets such as WALMART, result in heart ache that could be solved by going to Ace Hardware for tools then driving to Aldi for bananas.