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This Texas Chick-Fil-A Employee Has Gone Viral For Helping A Disabled Patron Eat His Meal ๐Ÿ˜

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And now for something to file away in your "Reminders there's still good in the world" folder!


For all their faults and foibles, sometimes we truly are lucky to live in a time when everyone has a camera in their pocket. Because every now and then, someone catches someone else in the act of something wonderful.

And a recent afternoon at a Chick-Fil-A in Corpus Christi, Texas was one of those times!

Ashley Guzman, a 19-year-old employee at the Chick-Fil-A, was nearing the end of her shift after a busy lunch rush, when a regular customer, Arturo Ramirez, came in. Ramirez is disabled and in a wheelchair, and the Chick-Fil-A employees always help him out when he comes in.

But this particular day, Guzman went above and beyond simply assisting Mr. Ramirez with his purchase.

"[U]sually, we help him around and get his food," Guzman told Corpus Christi's KIII TV, "but that day I helped him. I got him his food and I went around and I sat with him."

And as a diner, Jessica Gomez, noticed, Guzman even helped feed Mr. Ramirez his lunch. Gomez was touched by the gesture of kindness and snapped a photo which she posted to her Facebook page, pointing out that Guzman went "above and beyond," even cutting up the man's food for him.

And on social media, people were just as moved as Gomez!

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Mr. Ramirez's family is said to be deeply grateful for Guzman's gesture, and Chick-Fil-A Operations Director Melissa Tamez said, "It tells us a lot about her. She has a really good heart."

But for Guzman, it's all in a day's work.

As she told KIII:

"It makes me feel good that I can have a connection with somebody and make their day a little bit better, or give them some positivity, because you don't know what people are going through."

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Reddit user u/GeekyKirby wanted to get something for their boyfriend for his birthday, but he said not to get him anything because it is so close to Christmas, so they decided it was time to get creative.

When asked what they bought him, u/GeekyKirby replied:

I pre-ordered him a game [Kingdom Hearts III], and bought him a shirt and a book he wanted :) ...I also filled up his living room floor with balloons...

It seems minor mischief is a common theme in their relationship:

Thank you. :) At this point, I can't really surprise my boyfriend anymore. And I try lol. Like the time I secretly put googly eyes on everything in his fridge...

Oh, and they made him this Pikachu cake. You know, nbd.

Users were impressed by u/GeekyKirby's piping skills. Also, the hate for fondant icing is real!

Nicely done and without fondant! r/FondantHate - Patiod
Today was a bad day on reddit if you genuinely want fondant to not be a thing. Just kidding. But fuck fondant, for real. - mimomusic
We over at r/fondanthate love your buttercream meme! - cherrylpk
This is one of the best things I've ever seen on Reddit! - backfromthedead
You're a very thoughtful and creative girlfriend! <3 - mediaclone
I'd have a hard time eating this, very cute. - FrontierFrance210
A meme!?!?!? On a cake!?!??!?!?!?!Now i've seen everything! - Indetermination

A few were also a bit envious.

This cake looks AWESOME, great job!
Side note: Here's hoping that 2019 will bless me with some manflesh to do nice things like this for too ๐Ÿคž๐Ÿฝ- black_heart85
Hehe this gave me a good chuckle this morning. Now wish I had a boyfriend so I could do this to them. - MidnightMadness21

Making something for someone is a great way to show them you love them.

The best birthday present I ever got was from a girl who baked me a cake secretly. So thanks for doing that for him, I know I'd feel great about it. - Levitr0n

Others have found inventive ways to use the meme as well:

Stickers:


Sculpture:

Latte Art:

Refrigerator...art...trolling?


Even An Essay:

The fact that Surprised Pikachu is still around in 2019 really speaks to its universal appeal and ease of use. People will surely keep coming up with inventive ways to use the meme.

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