Hero McDonald's Employee Gave Out $1,600 Worth of Extra Nuggets Over 2 Years
“Rise and rise again until lambs become lions," said Robin Hood, and a legacy was born.
Today the lambs of society stream endlessly through McDonald's doors. They flood the drive-thru and click "nuggets" on UberEats. They order 10-pieces aplenty and pay their due, but one Canadian employee called Cody Bondarchuk, otherwise known as the "Robin Hood of Nugz," has been providing that which will turn a lamb into a lion -- one extra nug.
It is true that there existed before great McDonald's employees, the kind who added less ice to the Coke, more sauce in the bag. But never before have we seen a man so persistent in his capitalist heroism as Bondarchuk, who between 2007 to 2009 snuck one extra nugget into every 10-piece order before him.
Ay, but he was a stealthy lad, and waited until the end of his McDonald's tenure to admit via the public Twitter forum that his career had been dedicated to fighting the bourgeois.
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
And, oh, how the village people rejoiced, or said weird shit, or bragged about their own do-gooding:
Is there a statute of limitations on grand-theft-nuggets?— Alberta Fact Checker 🌈 (@North_Resists) November 16, 2019
Bud light Presents: Real American Heroes— Duchess (@AKADuchess15) November 16, 2019
(Real american heroes)
Today we salute you Mr. Extra Nugget Giving Man
(Mr. Extra Nugget Giving Man)
Never has one man given so much for so many. Without you the happy meal would be a little less happy."
(Oh so happy!)
You are a beautiful man.— Cat thats sick of your shit (@AaronJMitchell) November 16, 2019
I used to put seven in six packs when I was having a bad day to say FU to McDonalds. Looking back I see now I should have put seven in every pack. You have taught me a better way.
In my 3 years working at a theme park, I gave people towers of soft serve on their cones, overstuffed the pulled pork sandwiches, and fit as many chips as I could into each nacho boat. Give your food service workers some appreciation, because we love you, you filthy animals.— Roughhouse Camel (@MikeKnudsen3) November 16, 2019
The revolution truly will not be televised..✊🏽— Pasch....it sounds like cash (@Tao_Pasch) November 16, 2019
Now it is up to us village people to protect the once incognito Robin Bondarchuk. May his legacy continue, and potentially go on a tangent towards Popeyes and inspire employees to open a backdoor fried chicken business that only Thrillist employees such as myself will be informed of. So I can write for the people, of course.