By korbo7 - 17/05/2016 03:26 - United States - Grand Island

Today, I saw a man help an elderly lady with her tray at the local McDonald's. I wanted to do something nice for him, so I added a couple extra nuggets in his meal. He later came up to me and told me I was dumb and didn't know how to count, and that was why I was working at McDonald's. FML
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drayloon 50

Extra McNuggets are considered a McBlessing to most people

Goblin182 26

No good deed goes unpunished.


Goblin182 26

No good deed goes unpunished.

aesthetic umbrella 18

preachh *^*

hunterluv1 20

This same thing happened to me at my old smoothie job. A man was complaining his drink was taking too long, despite the store being completely packed and his drink in the same line up in which people ordered. To try to calm him I bumped up his drink and sized it up for him, only for him to yell at me that I'm incompetent and that he will not take it because it is not what he ordered. Sometimes you just never win..

RobertTheSPOOK 13

Some people don't have even a nugget oh gratefulness

You just can't win with customer service.

drayloon 50

Extra McNuggets are considered a McBlessing to most people

And people wonder why I'm not nice.

fumanshu 9

There are a lot of mean people in the world, but it doesn't mean that we also need to stoop to that level!

I think you mean "the road to hell is paved with good intentions."

he immediately cleared any karma your good deed might have thoughtful of him..haha..sorry op, but the way to hell is plastered with good intentions..

I believe you mean, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions. "

What a shit-nugget

I would never go to the counter and say "I ordered 6 McNuggets, but got 9 - how rude and stupid of you". Sorry OP- but it's always better to be nice, though you sometimes get shit from people.

And that is why we can't have nice things.

Point our that the only reason he is here at McDonald's, is because he is either too lazy or stupid to cook for himself.

When my father and our do our late night jobs, both of us are too tired or have no time to cook but are more than able to actually cook normally. Not saying this ungrateful customer is in the same boat, but there are more reasons to goto restaurants than being too lazy or stupid to cook.

@30 ...Just like there are more reasons to work at a McDonalds other than being stupid or not knowing how to count, amirite?

Sure #30, but it's pretty much always the lazy assholes who treat hard-working people badly which is obviously what #10 was talking about.