Sometimes, people are just nice. Sometimes, a stranger can commit a random act of kindness, something that has no long term consequences, but it just happens to make your day.
One such person is this former McDonald’s worker who has admitted to always putting an extra chicken nugget in a 10-piece McNuggets packet.
This ‘hero’ as the internet has hailed him, is a man named Cody Bondarchuk, from Alberta in Canada
Cody, who had hidden this action from the world, tweeted about it earlier this week.
I worked at McDonald’s for two and a half years and I put 11 nuggets in almost every 10-piece I made— Cody Bondarchuk (@codybondarchuk) November 16, 2019
The location was mostly drive-thru so not that I can remember, but I would like to imagine they went home, saw the extra nug, and smiled a little.
He even calculated that he owed McDonald’s about $1,600.
Ever since he made the news of his heroic deed public, Twitter has been hailing him as this planet’s saviour!
I’m sure you made a lot of kids smile! Imagine 5 year olds, 7 year olds… it’s these kinds of acts that warm their hearts. Thank you!— socjus21 (@socjus21) November 20, 2019
The revolution truly will not be televised..✊🏽— Pasch….it sounds like cash (@Tao_Pasch) November 16, 2019
When I was a kid I always counted and every so often I had an extra one, and it made my day.— Human Scum (aka never trumper) (@wokerepublican7) November 17, 2019
I got 12 in my 10-pc last week. It’s amazing how much of a gift that feels like. It honestly never occurred to me that this might be intentional 💙— Obviously Too Far Left 🤷🏻♂️🌹 (@of_obvious) November 17, 2019
Here’s a photo of my toddler who ordered 4 and got 6! It’s the simple things! pic.twitter.com/ygKhdnN5Sz— rachel (@rjaneweible) November 16, 2019
You sir are a true angel 😿😫 pic.twitter.com/GjmTrnuL2T— Kim 🥒 (@KeepinUpWithKim) November 16, 2019
I was eating nuggets, remembered this tweet and counted them. I got 2 extra 🙂 pic.twitter.com/7DuLnvjkOm— Reburz (@Reburz) November 18, 2019
This man is a true hero and must be treasured at all costs. Not that we encourage stealing from your employers but you know, sometimes it’s the little things that truly matter.