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TikToker brings dinner to 7-Eleven workers during his 16-hour shift

In a TikTok posted on December 13, TikToker @demilee64 gives 7-Eleven cashiers a home-cooked meal.

“I told the clerk I would bring him a plate before he got off the car,” @demilee64 wrote in the video’s overlay text. “He thinks I’m lying.”

It looks like 7-Eleven is part of a gas station, and TikToker said she originally came to buy lighter liquids. When @demilee64 brought food to the cashier, he told her he loved her and that she was the best. The video has garnered more than 3 million views.

In one watch video, the cashier took her hand and told her how delicious the macaroni and cheese she brought him was and that she made his day.

“I’m hungry too and I can’t get out of here. I worked 16 hours that day,” the cashier told @demilee64. “I can’t leave.”

Commenters on @demilee64’s video were moved by her actions.

@Smokequid writes: “The smallest things make the biggest impact. “Coulda made him happy or cana saved his life.”

“As a gas station attendant especially the night shift, you all have no idea how much the smallest things mean to us,” @ohijordan commented.

“So sweet,” @peelingnailpolish wrote.

TikToker indicated in the comments that she wants to bring more home-cooked meals to workers in her area.

The Daily Dot has reached out to @demilee64 and 7-Eleven.


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*First published: December 14, 2021, 5:31 p.m. CST

Tricia Crimmins

Tricia Crimmins is a journalist and comedian based in New York City. She is studying at Columbia School of Journalism and is a regular contributor to the Daily Dot. She has previously written for Mashable, Complex Networks and Moment magazine. She can be found on Twitter at @TriciaCrimmins.

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