19 Things You Learn Working In M&S Simply Food
You'll eat a lot of sandwiches.
Restacking the Percy Pigs is basically a full time job.
And yum yums sell out really fast too.
Stacking the fridges in January is a cold, thankless task.
In fact, we would choose working on the till over being arm-deep in fridge any day of the week.
After a while, we all start hearing the, "Till number one, please" lady’s voice in our sleep.
For ages we had to deal with people getting outraged by our 5p bag charge…
… but now we just feel ahead of the game.
Those of us who work in train stations know how to deal with the most stressed out people in the world.
Luckily, the M&S lifers are always on hand to offer advice.
At first, we thought our black fleeces were kind of unflattering…
...but compared to some others, we know we're lucky.
The most exciting part of the day is when we get to raid the stuff that's gone past it's "best before" date.
But we've all gone overboard and taken too many home at least once before now.
You’ve never known true panic until you get a sudden, massive queue and no one comes to your rescue.
Speaking of which, we all have a favourite till.
Occasionally someone will try and return a jumper to us.
Everyone popping in to get things for their picnics makes us jealous.
But nothing makes us as jealous as when you pick up a G&T in a can.
We constantly envy the people who can afford to do their whole weekly food shop in M&S.
And finally, we all know that if we’re in charge of the yellow stickering, we will be stalked.
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