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Ate myself and enjoyed it

Today I ate myself and I’m not gonna lie I tasted pretty good, I enjoyed my finger fries #McDonalds But then I check my fridge and noticed I am out of meat, what to do if you are addicted but can’t get a cigar? I am not asking because I want more body parts of course. I am just addicting to cigarettes.


A less stress free job

Hi anyone suffering much about being #depressed all the time no matter the situation is. I get overwhelmed at work since I work at a fast food place. #McDonalds customers sometimes can be very rude and with my #MentalHealth it is making is worst. Would like any feedbacks or job list I can apply to and even a prayer. Thanks #BipolarDisorder

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I’ll keep shining my light 💡❤️💪🏻

Keep shining your light 💡 and never second guess yourself 💪🏻

It’s almost been 1 whole year since I went from crew trainer outfit to manager outfit. I’ve came a long way. I’m proud of myself and all the work I’ve done 🧡💪🏻💡

Management is so exhausting but very rewarding. Management is tiring but you get to teach and help others do their job while being in charge of the shift. I love helping others succeed & helping customers get what they need to keep them coming back. Management is A LOT of work. I don’t get much sleep because I’m constantly working because of how short staffed we are. As a manager, we fill in the shifts that need people. Welcome to management 😀 #management #McDonalds

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Management class may be cancelled due to the Coronavirus, but that didn’t stop me from OFFICIALLY upgrading to a new work outfit. I said goodbye to my “crew” outfit and said hello to my “manager” outfit. It definitely feels different having that title. Going to take some time getting used to it 😜 I’m grateful for my job, my coworkers & my boss who has put in many many hours to help me get to where I am.

She’s worked tirelessly with me to get me to where I am. I’ve worked my rear end off the last 2 & 1/2 years, putting in some extra hours to show my boss that I am a good employee and that I care about my job.

Thank you to my boss for believing in me from day one ❤️ having you in my life is wonderful. You’ve helped me overcome so much at work, and for that I’m grateful. All my hard work has payed off and continues to pay off.

Mind you I said in the past that I NEVER wanted the management position because it was too much. But here I am one step higher than I was before and it feels good. You’ve put confidence into me and that’s something I have never had before 🎉🥰🦋🌸 #fastfoodworker #ADHD #fastfood #McDonalds #Bekind #LoveLife #Anxiety


McDonalds Was Mean to my Special Needs Students

I teach special education in a self contained setting. My job is truly my passion. I not only love what I do, but I LOVE my students. I spend 9-3:30 with them Monday through Friday and there are very few things I won’t do for them. Advocating and being their voice is one of those things I do for them.

My school is in a suburb of Chicago. We had planned a community trip to the pumpkin patch on Halloween, but the weather did not allow for that. My heart broke thinking about how sad my students would be. I decided to switch some things around and go to McDonalds instead. At McDonald’s the students work on skills we teach in the classroom. Some examples would be ordering food, waiting in line, and parking lot safety.

When we got to McDonalds the manager was so rude and told us that if we wanted to come eat there we should have called and asked them. Side note- there was one other person in the restaurant. He then rudely told us that if they wanted kids meals it would take them at least 45 minutes. Again side note- I had ten kids. It’s McDonalds- shouldn’t they be able to accommodate 10 kids meals without making children feel bad for showing up?

The man continued to be rude not only to us, by also to the other employees. I was in shock.

If you have a child with autism or work with children with autism you know that letting them play in the play land and then trying to explain that they have to come sit and eat after would be near impossible. We spent our entire time waiting for them to make kids meals. I felt awful and the kids trip was ruined. Not to mention they over charged most of the children for extra drinks.

I contacted McDonalds many times. I kept being told someone would call me back. The only person to call me back told me she was sorry for my ‘perception’ of what happened. I am sick to my stomach that a company so large and well known is okay with this treatment. I still have yet to hear from McDonalds or at least anyone that actually feels that this behavior isn’t okay. Please share in hopes that someone from McDonalds cares and helps raise awareness.

#McDonalds #Autism #Autism #AutismAdvocacy #SpecialEducators #SpecialEducation #SpecialNeedsFamilies #SpecialNeedsParent #SpecialNeedsPrograms #SpecialNeedsCommunity #Disability #RespectAbility #HunterSyndrome #GeneticDisorder #InclusionAndSpecialNeeds #BeKind21 #ParentsOfChildrenWithSpecialNeeds #DisabilityAdvocacy #IntellectualDisability #Teachers