Black Friday isn't always an apocalyptic affair, some cities are full of sensible people who actually remain relatively calm while shopping for what are supposedly the "best bargains of the year".
If you're lucky enough to live in one of these calm cities then you've probably found Black Friday to be no big deal, but if not then you may have witnessed something like this video. (Warning: fights)
Did retailers intend to make Black Friday a gladiatorial free-for-all, or are people simply so uninformed they still believe those deals are worth becoming a part of a battle royale?
It's hard to believe there are people who still think Black Friday offers unbeatable deals, especially when Cyber Monday has been proving them wrong for a few years now. Maybe people just feel better about a bargain they had to fight to get?