This Primark in Madrid's Gran Via opened a few weeks back and there are still queues around the block EVERY DAY.
To put things into perspective regarding the size of the establishment, the Primark doesn't just take up a couple of those floors. It takes up all the floors.
Once you manage to get inside, you then have to queue for everything else you can think of, like the changing rooms, the tills and so on.
— Yorokobu (@YorokobuMag) November 2, 2015
Lo de Primark de Gran Vía muy fuerte una semana después de abrir. ¡Hasta falla el 3G! pic.twitter.com/VKwmxfXdcG
— Ana González Rueda (@Ana_grueda) October 31, 2015
— Javier Guzmán (@javierguro) November 1, 2015
Despite this, it has become the THE place to be seen.
Esperando para entrar en el primark de gran vía pic.twitter.com/tcL2bboujC
— jose eugenio burgo (@hathi81) October 29, 2015
If you fancy a tour without the queues, here you go. Now all you have to do is spot what you like, then walk straight into your local Pennys and pick it off the shelf. And then queue for the tills.
— Dalziel & Pow (@DalzielandPow) October 30, 2015
Have you ever visited a Primark overseas? Was it akin to the second coming, or just like a trip to yer average Penneys - only with more people?