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Getting Paid to Eat Chicken Nuggets Is a Real Job so Sign Us Up

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Dream job alert! You can now get paid to eat chicken nuggets for a living — and no, this isn’t a joke. Life is amazing, isn’t it?

Apparently, the England-based supermarket B&M is hiring a Chicken Nuggets Connoisseur. The position entails tasting a variety of chicken nuggets, both fresh and frozen, in a selection of B&M stores nationwide. Yum!

The lucky person chosen for the position will receive $35 worth of vouchers each month to spend on fresh and frozen food in their local B&M store. They’re then required to give valuable feedback on how B&M can improve its fresh and frozen foods.

Honestly, we’re sold! But according to the job description, there are a few requirements that really make a top-notch Chicken Nuggets Connoisseur, including but not limited to: Purchasing the 20-share box of chicken nuggets from McDonalds and not sharing; being the very first person in the kitchen whenever someone yells “Cake!”; truly valuing the importance of a fish-finger sandwich; and having the ability to create a Powerpoint presentation that thoroughly explains why curly fries are a nicer and much more suitable side dish than chips.

Check, check, and check! Where can we apply?

Applying for this special role is surprisingly simple. All you have to do is upload a photo of yourself with a short explainer on why you think you deserve to be B&M’s Chicken Nuggets Connoisseur. Adding relevant experience also helps, but no resume is needed.

The full details can be found on the B&M Stores website — but you’d better act fast! We have a feeling this job will be filled pretty quick. Good luck, and may the best foodie win!

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