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CHICAGO - MAY 23: Shopping carts sit inside a Target store on May 23, 2007 in Chicago, Illinois. Today, Target Corp. reported an 18 per cent increase in their first-quarter profit, beating analysts' expectations. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

We’re still not sure if this is legit, or if we’re all just trying to make ourselves feel better after countless times in Target spending way too much money.

If you can honestly say that you can walk into Target, get only what you need and then leave, then I don’t trust you. There’s something about their slightly-better-than-drug-store beauty section. The array of healthy, organic food options. The overwhelming smell of popcorn that still lingers in any Target cafe that hasn’t been upgraded to a Jamba Juice or Starbucks yet. Aside from all of these reasons (which we admit, are probably only OUR reasons), there may be a psychological reason that keeps us wandering around Target for far longer than necessary. MUSIC!

Check out the article here, and take a listen below as Maney, Roy, and LauRen get to the bottom of this.

 

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