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The World's Best Drive-Thru Worker

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It's not the world's most glamorous job. And, once they've figured out how to automate it, it probably won't exist quite soon. But one American worker was determined to inject a little excitement into his working evening.

An unnamed worker at a Wendy's Drive-Thru in New Jersey has been caught on camera being ridiculously enthusiastic whilst taking an order. He was probably trying to stave off the boredom, but either way we doff our metaphorical caps to him; we've rarely heard someone sound so please to receive an order for chicken nuggets.

Watch below and cheer yourself up for the day.

(Image: Shutterstock)

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