McDonald’s Employee Would Put 11 Nuggets in Every 10-Piece for Two and a Half Years! Netizens Say, 'Not All Heroes Wear Capes'
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Do you know who a real hero is? The person who knows that you can never have enough nuggets in your life. A tweet that is going since yesterday, has made us meet one such hero who would put 11 nuggets in every 10-piece for two and a half years for his costumers. Don't you have tears in your eyes already? So Cody Bondarchuk who goes by the handle name @codybondarchuk on Twitter, posted a status saying that in his working span of two and a half years in a McDonald's outlet, he would give away an extra nugget to almost everyone who ordered a 10 piece order of the same snack. His act of kindness is now being lauded on the internet. McDonald's Customer Records Employees Gossiping on Drive-Thru Mic, Conversation Goes Viral on Twitter. 

The fast-food giant's nuggets are one of their very popular snack items with a huge fanbase. And finding an extra piece of any food item that you like makes you happy instantly. So now we know who was behind spreading all the happiness amongst foodies. According to his Twitter profile, Cody Bondarchuk seems to belong from Alberta, Western Canada and that makes so much sense because the entire world knows how polite and kind people from Canada are.

Well, ever since Cody has posted his share of kindness online people are coming with amazing reactions praising the man. Most of them are calling him a hero that we believe is well-deserved! The tweet has received 42.2K retweets and 541.6K likes as we are writing this. Let's check out some of the best reactions:

So True

Yes!

You Deserve a Salute

Friends!!!

Respect

Admiration

Tears

A Unanimous Thank You

Standing Ovation

Absolutely

Love Everywhere

King

Drake Hug

All Hail, Cody

Spreading joy and HOW! That one extra piece of nugget may have made so many people's days. Imagine having a bad day and finding an extra nugget in your 10 piece pack? Food equals joy and joy equals this man who is spreading it. We wonder McDonald's may have to say about that?