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Man Buys All The Fried Chicken In The Store So Woman Who Called Him ‘Fat’ Can’t Have Any

Going to start off by saying we stan a petty king—this man, Frederico Hill, who, after hearing a woman in line at a fried chicken joint call him “fat,” bought up all the fried chicken the restaurant had so that the woman behind him would have to wait another half hour to eat. I mean, honestly, she pretty much deserved it.

In a post that’s gone viral, Hill explained that he was waiting in line to buy some fried chicken when he heard the woman, who had her kids with her, tell them they could only have one piece each or they would end up “fat” like the man in front of them.

Hill was rightfully pissed, and he asked the guy working the counter if what was in the display was all they currently had, fried chicken-wise. When the counter guy said yes, Hill bought every last piece of it, ensuring that Ms. Rude Mouth and her whining kids would have a nice long wait until the next batch was ready.

i just bought this chicken out of spite because a mother behind me muttering to her whining children that "he can only...

Posted by Frederico Hill on Thursday, May 30, 2019

His full post read:

i just bought this chicken out of spite because a mother behind me muttering to her whining children that “he can only eat 1 pc, no more than that or you’ll end up fat like uncle (me) in front”.

i asked the clerk if all the chicken on display is all they had left, they said yes and the other batch is still cooking.

i said to the clerk [I wanted] to buy all of it, paid, and walk away slowly

when the mother come up to the register the clerk explained that they’re out of chicken and she needs to wait for 30 minutes. her kid keeps whining she was angry and upset. she then looked at me frowning I just flipped her the bird and turned to went home.

now im Rp 240k poorer and have 15 pcs of chicken cause of spite but seeing the look of her face and her kid is priceless

Most of the people who commented gave kudos to Hill.

   

But one person said she thought both the mom and Hill were mean.

Oh, well, sometimes you have to do something “mean” in the name of “good.”


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Dean Altman is a writer living in NYC.