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McDonald’s Worker Reveals That Everyone Gets Their Photo Taken During A Drive-Thru Order

Anna Lewis
·2-min read

From Delish

Now that McDonald’s and other fast food places have had to stop all eating in and even some takeaways, your best bet for getting your hands on a Big Mac and fries is a drive-thru. Unless you can’t drive, of course, because you are very much not allowed to walk through a drive-thru. Trust me – I’ve tried…

So, you know how sometimes, if your order’s going to take a few minutes, you make your order then find a parking spot while you wait for your food to be delivered to your car window? Well, have you ever wondered how the guys working there know which car to make the delivery to? Yeah, I’m sure some of them have a good enough memory to just remember, but I sure as hell don’t and couldn’t.

Well @katieeclarkee has revealed on TikTok that when you order via a drive-thru, a photo is automatically taken of you and your car. That way, the Maccas worker can have a quick look at your photo when your order’s ready so they don’t give you the wrong order.

Smart, eh?

Word of advice from Katie though… “Maybe don’t pick your nose when you order… because we see it and we judge you.”

Another McDonald’s worker commented on Katie’s post; saying that they can also hear everything that’s being said as soon as a customer’s car pulls up as it activates the sensor, which triggers their headset to turn on.

“I'm waiting for the day they realise we hear them the moment they pull up, to the moment they leave the speaker box,” the worker said.

Okay... a lot to remember at the drive-thru from now on.

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