1. Getting there early is essential to avoid crying in crowds.
2. Taking a group of Primark-loving buddies is necessary for moral support and to share the excitement.
3. It's crucial that you wear comfortable clothes. Primark-shopping is a very real sport.
4. When you walk through the doors, you will feel like this:
5. It's likely you'll have filled your drag-along-wheelie basket in the first ten minutes.
6. Said drag-along-wheelie basket will have a chronic squeak.
7. You'll be continually shocked and thrilled by the low prices.
8. You'll also declare, more than once, things like 'This would be £20 more in Topshop!'
9. On entering the changing room, you'll be annoyed by the clothing limit and make numerous trips back and forth to your basket.
10. A considerable amount of time will be spent trying on sunglasses.
11. As the crowds increase, there may be times when you're forced to stand your ground.
12. You might lose faith at times but that's what your buddies are for.
13. Then you remember the homewares department.
14. The queues can be testing but we like to consider it 'character building.'
15. Spending £100 + does not shock you.
16. Realising you've spent three hours in one shop does shock you.
17. By the time you've finished, you'll be in dire need of replenishment.
18. Occasionally, you'll meet a Primark-loving kindred spirit who comes from a country where Primark doesn't exist.
19. This has probably happened to you before.
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