Note na iniwan ng customer sa isang resto, dumurog sa puso ng netizens: “Paalam, mahal ko”
- A restaurant recently posted on social media a heartbreaking note that immediately became viral
- The resto said that the note was left by one of their regular customers
- In the note, the customer penned a tearful message dedicated to his/her late partner
- Netizens then could not help getting emotional because of the viral note
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A heartbreaking note left by a regular customer of a restaurant is currently making the rounds on social media.
The restaurant posted on Facebook a photo of the note which made a lot of netizens emotional.
“Alex, Oh ayan, tinupad ko na isang usapan natin na magkakape ulit dito sa Kanto, kaso ako na lang. Paalam mahal ko. Hanggang sa muli nating pagkikita. Salamat sa lahat ng alaala dito sa Kanto. Rest in peace my loves,” the tearful note read.
In the caption, the restaurant dedicated a thoughtful message to the customer.
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“It has been our pleasure to be a part of your love story. May you find comfort in the happy memories that you and Alex had at Kanto Freestyle Breakfast.”
Meanwhile, here are some of the comments of the netizens:
“I realized there’s untouched coffee and pancakes. The person must have really bought some for Alex to fulfill the promise. Huhuhuhu. I’m so sad.”
“Bumigat yung dibdib ko nkakalungkot”
“Sakit naman po sa puso”
Viral stories are those that easily capture the attention of netizens. Heartbreaking, outrageous, weird, funny and even scary stories would often go viral.
Recently, a video of the moment that the iconic MOA globe was allegedly lifted off from its spot has gone viral. The video, which has been shared so many times on social media has gotten a surprising reaction from many netizens. The video showed that an object was in the sky, which they said was allegedly the MOA globe being lifted off the ground via a helicopter.
Earlier, a note from an anonymous customer with Stage 4 cancer was left on a Jollibee receipt with a message that expressed how much he loves Jollibee. He was thanking the fast-food chain and said that it was his last day to eat at Jollibee. The next day, he would be having his chemotherapy and that his doctor told him that he only has three months to live. "Aylabyu my Jollibee" and told his fave fast-food, "Until my next life".