OK, whether you visit CVS to pick up face-washer, fever medicine, a stuffed animal because you forgot to get your nephew a gift for her fourth birthday party that starts within an hour, or a pack of gum – there’s one common thing every buyer who exists those doors will leave with – A Big Eerie CVS Receipt.
Because any CVS receipt is so insanely long that it should be broken down into sections, that way, if anyone tries to read their receipt, they will know where they left off the last time they picked it up.
Because Every CVS Receipt Is So Damn Long That People Have Literally Used Them As A Substitute To Fix Broken Blinds On Windows:
Plus! CVS receipts are so ridiculously long that there is an authentic Twitter account dedicated toward them; however, parody social media accounts aren’t the only concerns that CVS’s endlessly enormous receipts have spurred.
Because Alan Salganik, From Chicago, had seen people swaddling themselves in or dressing CVS receipts as a sport (what else are you supposed to do with six feet of paper) and suggested to himself, “HEY – WAIT – I HAVE GOT AN IDEA!” Thus, the CVS receipt scarf.
And Don’t Worry, These Are Not Paper Of Paper:
These CVS receipts scarves, available online on Alan Salganik’s Etsy Shop, are one hundred percent wool, handmade, feature hilariously flawless print, and they’re each 8 inches broad and 59 inches long — almost the size of a real CVS receipt! I will buy seven.