Malaki ang budget nila! Group of friends who purchased every single food on Jollibee's menu wows netizens

Malaki ang budget nila! Group of friends who purchased every single food on Jollibee's menu wows netizens

- Being a Filipino, Jollibee is one of the best place to eat for us

- This group of five friends enjoyed buying every single food on the menu

- Their post quickly went viral and gained more than 8,000 shares on Facebook

Jollibee has become an all-time favorite of kids and even grown ups. Just like these 5 friends who recently bought every single food on their menu.

KAMI learned that Shantelle Jade Abella Suarez shared on his Facebook account that he and his friends have purchased all the types of food sold in the fast-food restaurant.

"We just bought everything on the Jollibee menu. Please notice us Jollibee, uubusin namin to haha," he captioned the video.

Malaki ang budget nila! Group of friends who purchased every single food on Jollibee's menu wows netizens

Image: Facebook/shantelleloko

Kickerdaily recently reported that the group spent over 6,000 pesos for all the food they ordered. Looking at all the food on their table, you can say that the group can not finish all of those.

On their vlog, Shantelle said that it was a really good experience and that it is their first time to try buying all on the menu.

Malaki ang budget nila! Group of friends who purchased every single food on Jollibee's menu wows netizens

Image: Facebook/shantelleloko

And for the leftovers, they simply gave it to street children and vendors. As of this writing, his post gained almost 8,000 reactions and 8.5k shares. While their vlog has 1.1k reactions, 341 shares and 31,000 views.

Jollibee is a Filipino multinational chain of fast food restaurants owned by Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC). In 1975, Tony Tan Caktiong and his family opened a Magnolia Ice Cream parlor in Cubao, Quezon City which is credited as the first Jollibee outlet.

The Magnolia outlets operated by Tan's family began offering hot meals and sandwiches upon request from the customers which the family found out to be more popular than the franchise' ice cream. In 1978, the family decided to cancel the Magnolia franchise and converted the ice cream parlors they operated into fast food outlets.

KAMI admires how this people put smiles on other's faces by sharing.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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