Advantages Cheap stylish clothes
Disadvantages You have to fight for it!
There is only one shop in the world that lures me in as soon as I see the sign, or indeed makes me run round looking for it as soon as I see someone with a bag and that's Primark. As soon as I enter through the door I am filled with a sense of happiness combined with a sort of annoyance, I guess you could sort of say I have a bit of a love hater relationship with Primark, and this is why:I LOVE Primark!:
I HATE Primark!:
The minute I walk in all I want to do is get back out again, it's claustrophobic especially on a weekend when you can't move for people barging around getting in front of you, grabbing the clothes that you are looking at. Shouting at each other, trying to push prams through the store when it's cramped enough as it is and generally just barging around making a lot of noise and a mess. Now being quite a timid person, this is my living nightmare as it means I'm constantly going round saying "oh sorry," "excuse me", "oops, sorry didn't see you there" (pushing your pram into my ankles and reaching round me to grab clothes when I can't get out because theres a crowd of 10 people trying to get hold of the same top). It's almost like when people go in there something comes over them, they turn from sensible friendly shoppers going about their daily shopping, to manic women crazily grabbing, pushing, knocking over and throwing things on the floor. Which leads me to the next point; the mess!
The mess, oh the mess! Now don't get me wrong, I have two friends who used to work in Primark and both of them have mentioned to me just how difficult it is to keep things under wraps, especially the shoes!
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