“B&M, one of Britain`s largest variety store chains, announced on its website that it is seeking a chicken nugget connoisseur to taste-taste the chicken nuggets for its new line of store-brand frozen and fresh foods.
The posting lists `relevant experience` for applicants, including:
*Getting the 20 share box of nuggets from McDonalds and keeping them all for yourself.
*You can conduct a power point presentation on the reasoning behind curly fries being nicer than chips”
I`m a fast food junkie, but I do have standards, and I draw the line at chicken nuggets. This fast food staple looks and tastes like deep-fried sawdust. A chicken nugget is more foul than fowl, and chicken is probably way down in the list of ingredients.
I`m not qualified to be a chicken nugget connoisseur; I once made the mistake of ordering a box of 20 McDonald`s chicken nuggets and my pooch ended up eating 19 of them.
The “winning applicant” will be issued monthly $35 vouchers to spend on B&M`s line of frozen foods, and is required to share his feedback with the store chain.
Applicants must submit an essay explaining why they are deserving of the opportunity. I`m a writer, that`s what I do, but I`d rather write an essay explaining why I deserve the opportunity to participate in a study examining the dangers of consuming lead.
Sorry, B&M, but I think you know what you can do with your chicken nuggets.
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