Shoppers rush through the entrance to the Academy Sports+Outdoors at 5:00 a.m. in the Chimney Rock Shopping Center on Friday, Nov. 27, 2015, in Odessa, Texas.

Shoppers rush through the entrance to the Academy Sports+Outdoors at 5:00 a.m. in the Chimney Rock Shopping Center on Friday, Nov. 27, 2015, in Odessa, Texas.

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I'm gonna say it: Black Friday has become too organized.

This is good if you're trying to shop, of course. It's good if you value human life and don't want your fellow man or woman to be trampled in the middle of the night (even if they're doing something stupid, like abandoning their family on Thanksgiving night to try to save $100 on a sub-par TV). But it's bad if you enjoy seeing photos of children asleep in shopping carts and mass chaos in malls.

One might have even spent time writing dumb, war journal-esque photo captions for Black Fridays of years past, because it's the day after Thanksgiving and news is slow.

Still, there were crowds during Black Friday 2015 (and Thanksgiving 2015, which is when many sales actually started), and if you enjoy seeing photos of that sort of thing, check out the photo gallery below.

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