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Aussie tradie blasts a little-known fast food hack that will help you get your order faster

Aussie tradie blasts a little-known fast food hack that will help you get your order faster

  • Aussie man has revealed a little known hack about popular fast food restaurants
  • He claimed people in the drive-through are prioritised over those at the counter
  • Man said it was ‘sad state of affairs’ that people who parked were forced to wait

An Aussie man has blasted a little-known fast food hack that could help hungry customers receive their orders faster.

Jack Angel said workers at two major fast-food chains prioritised the people who used the drive-through over those who physically entered the store.

He posted an expletive-riddled TikTok video slamming the restaurants for not prioritising those who went to the effort of walking into the chain.

‘Apparently these two fast food chains, I think you know who I’m talking about, prioritise serving the lazy a** w****** in the drive-through, who don’t get off their a** and go inside to be served at the counter,’ he said in a TikTok video.

Aussie man Jack Angel, also known as Bourkey, has exposed a little-known fast food hack that he says will help hungry customers get their order faster

‘As opposed to the people who actually pull up, get off their a**** to go in and order.

‘What a sad state of affairs, I just went passed both of those big chains and there’s people that desperate to eat that s***, they’re out onto the f***ing street.

‘They’re lined up, waiting out on the street for the drive-through.

‘What a f***ing joke. But no, the people that get off their a**, who aren’t lazy p*****, have to stand there for five years before their f***ing served.

‘Because the lazy p***** in the driveway are prioritised.’

Mr Angel captioned the video: ‘Thank f*** I NEVER eat that filth’.

Jack Angel said workers at two major fast food chains prioritised the people who used the drive-through (pictured) over those who physically entered the store

Jack Angel said workers at two major fast food chains prioritised the people who used the drive-through (pictured) over those who physically entered the store

Viewers were quick to share their thoughts on the fast food hack in the comments. 

‘I remember once at KFC I was placing an order, they said will be 20 minutes for chicken but the drive-through were still getting served,’ one said. 

‘100 per cent correct they couldn’t care less about people eating in,’ another said.

Others shared their disdain for fast food. 

‘Yuck you couldn’t pay me to eat that s***,’ another woman wrote. 

‘It costs a fortune and it’s disgusting food’. 

‘I always cook a home made meal every night,’ another shared. 

One commenter said they had been told by a KFC employee that there was a 20 minute wait for chicken, but that people in the drive-through were still being served

One commenter said they had been told by a KFC employee that there was a 20 minute wait for chicken, but that people in the drive-through were still being served

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