I myself, long long ago, worked at Target for a short stint. Their dress code isn't as bad as the picture of Hot Dog on a Stick, but a red shirt and khakis aren't exactly sexy either.
When I left the company (after a quick two weeks) I kept most of the clothing. They make you buy your own clothes, so they're yours to keep. I bought decent khakis, so they were perfect for my new job in an office setting. The red shirts, however, I'm not sure why I didn't burn immediately.
By the way, good job Target. You paid me $6.75 an hour to work there, but made me pay about $45 to buy clothing to work there. I was already almost 7 hours in the hole before I even started.... bastards...
One time, in the red/khaki outfit, I ended up having to go to Target. I was oblivious to the fact I was dressed as one of their employees.
A random stranger walked up to me and started asking me where the shaving supplies were. I told her. She asked me to take her there, and I said "Sorry lady, I'm kind of busy. Go do it yourself." She went off. She asked for my supervisor.
I was embarrassed. I explained I didn't work at Target, I just happened to be wearing these clothes. She quipped "You're lying. No person with half a brain would wear those shitty clothes on purpose, and especially walk into a Target store wearing those..." I was mortified, because she was right. I felt so stupid.
Then it hit me... that could be a fun prank...
I never did anything with that idea back in 2003, but another group did. With Best Buy. Watch this video and laugh:
The group is called "Improv Everywhere" and I love them. They're a group in NYC, and they do things like this on a semi-regular basis. Check out their site for more hilarity.
So if you're ever bored and can grab a handful of friends, go prank Target. Best Buy. Hot Dog on a Stick (good luck with THOSE uniforms!) and make sure to record the chaos.