When a colleague ask you if you like having interns.
When in a trialogue the Council makes a proposition of compromise and you’re not sure if it is actually as bad as it sounds.
When in a group meeting, an isolated MEP starts criticising your MEP’s report.
When in a group meeting you see that the Germans are heavily divided on a report.
When a parliamentary assistant has the interdiction to table any amendments due to the proximity of the elections.
When my MEP greets the Commission’s negotiators at the beginning of a trialogue.
When I reached the 200 followers threshold (only 1526 more parliamentary assistants to go).
When you sum up the relationship between the Commission and the Council.
When your MEP turns to you to get an answer that the intern failed to provide.