I would consider myself a chicken nugget connoisseur. I basically live at Chick-fil-A, and once I shamelessly ordered $35+ worth of nuggets all for myself from NYC's The Nugget Spot (order their Cap'n Crunk nugs and you'll understand). Unfortunately, I've never been able to really add this skill to my resume, but someone soon will be able to. A grocery store chain in England is hiring an actual "Chicken Nugget Connoisseur" to join their team. 

To say I'm sad I don't live in England would be an understatement—I'm crushed. This would be the perfect side hustle.

According to the job description, B&M (the grocery chain) is looking for someone with real experience. Experiences like "getting the 20 share box of nuggets from McDonald's and keeping them all for yourself," or "[conducting] a power point presentation on the reasoning behind curly fries being nicer than chips," or you've even tripped and fell at a buffet but saved the plate before thinking of yourself, are all good starts to getting this job.

B&M is going to give someone $35 in vouchers to the store every month to spend on fresh and frozen food. All the employee has to do is report back on what they thought of the food. Unfortunately, that means the title is a little misleading because you'd probably have to eat more than chicken nuggets, but I'm sure there will still be lots of nuggets. 

To apply, all you have to do is submit a sweet paragraph on why you want the job and why you're perfect for it—easy peasy! No resume required, or a dreadful cover letter. So if you live in England, please apply now, for me. Like B&M said, "Just like a good steak, this opportunity is rare and shouldn’t be diced with."