IF we run out of food in our daily lives, what do we do?
Usually, we pop to the local shop, hit the supermarket on the way home from work or place an online order.
But for Melissa, who lives and works on board a cruise ship, things aren't quite that easy.
Melissa has earned herself millions of fans thanks to her videos in which she shares the secrets of cruise ship life.
And in a recent clip, she revealed that there's actually a mini supermarket on board for employees – and it's full of almost everything they could want or need.
"This is something you probably didn't know about crew life," she began.
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"We have our own little supermarket on board, just for the crew. You can find it two decks below the sea level and here we can find all kinds of sweet and savoury snacks.
"You can find toiletries, laundry detergent, vitamins, and food supplements, drinks and on this ship they even have luggages.
"Inventory changes from ship to ship depending on itineraries.
"Because I'm on a ship out of the U.S. we have a lot of American snacksbut on my first contract we were out of China and we had a lot of really yummy Asian snacks.
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"That was really interesting to try."
Melissa went on to reveal the snack haul she'd picked up from the "F-Mart".
"The only thing that I actually needed to get were some Q-tips, so I got that," she said, before revealing she'd also grabbed some Milano cookies, Hello Panda cookies, sweet and sour Haribo sweets, dried mango snack, Cadbury bar, Cheetos and banana chips.
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"On every ship I’ve been on they have these Aloe drinks – I really like them," she said, adding that she'd picked up the Pineapple flavour.
"And for all of those snacks I only paid $17.34 (£13.60), so I’d say prices are competitive with supermarkets on land and sometimes we can find stuff for even cheaper," she said.
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