Fastfood crew sa drive thru, pinagsabay online class at pagkuha ng order; manager, di siya sinabon nang mahuli

Fastfood crew sa drive thru, pinagsabay online class at pagkuha ng order; manager, di siya sinabon nang mahuli

- A student exemplified the meaning of multitasking when she handled a fast food drive-thru task while attending her online class, as shown in a video posted by the Philippine Star

- Her manager, who saw she was using her mobile phone while working was about to reprimand her when he saw she was actually attending her class while taking orders from customers

- The manager decided to hold off on his reprimand because of a personal reason

- There have been many cases where students would attend online classes while working to help sustain the needs of their family

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A student became one of the best examples of those who can multitask when she handled a fast food drive-thru task while attending her online class.

Fastfood crew
Photo: Screenshot from Philippine Star
Source: Facebook

In a video shared by Philippine Star, Lyngel Fuertes, a drive-thru crew at a fast food chain, was seen busily taking orders from customers while attending her online class.

Lyngel is an incoming fourth year BS Chemistry student at the Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology.

When her supervisor, Alvin Asis, the store’s assistant manager, saw her using her mobile phone while on duty, he decided to reprimand the crew.

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However, when Alvin saw that Lyngel was actually attending her online class, he decided to let it go.

“Nung oras po kasi na yan, nag-on floor po ako and then nagcheck po ako ng drive-thru, nakita ko po si Lyngel nagce-cellphone that time,” Alvin said in an interview.
“So pagsasabihan ko sana siya nung oras na 'yun. Pero nung nakita kong nag o-online class pala siya, parang natigilan akong pagsabihan siya,” he added.

Alvin said he was touched by what he saw Lyngel was doing.

“Parang pagtingin ko sa kanya nang pangalawa na nag o-online class siya, na touch po kasi ako. Parang pinagsasabay niya 'yung pagta-trabaho niya habang nag-aaral,” Alvin explained.

Lyngel, for her part, admitted she was nervous at that time because she was not able to ask permission.

“Di rin po ako nakapagpaalam that time. Yung tenga ko nasa kabilang phone tas 'yung isa nasa customer. Pero finocus ko po muna 'yung sa customer kasi po, ako po 'yung nasa drive-thru nga po. After po 'nun, binalikan ko na lang po 'yung online class ko po,” Lyngel said.

Alvin explained that he did not go ahead with his reprimand because he also went through what Lyngel is going through right now.

“No'ng mga panahong estudyante din ako, nagta-trabaho din po kasi ako kaya naintindihan ko siya. Nararamdaman ko 'yung nararamdaman niya that time. Medyo naawa ako na halos pagsabayin niya 'yung pag-aaral niya sa trabaho. Hindi siya maka-focus sa pag-aaral niya,” Alvin said.

Because of the kindness that her supervisor showed, Lyngel was effusive in her gratitude for his understanding.

“Thank you sir. Thank you po sa pag-intindi, hindi lang po sa kanya eh, pati din po sa ibang managers po namin na nakakaintindi po sa mga working students. Sana po 'di po sila magsawa sa amin at gagalingan pa po namin sa trabaho,” Lyngel said.

Viral stories are often the ones that touch the emotions of people. Many of these stories are about how people overcome the obstacles facing them and became victorious. Others are about humorous circumstances, though there are a few that talk about sad endings.

Recently, a viral story from a town in Iloilo province created a buzz on social media. It involved a monthsary post of the town's vice-mayor who happened to be a member of the LGBTQIA+ community. His post, showing him in sweet poses with his jowa has also captured the attention of GMA7’s ‘Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho’ where they eagerly shared their love story. According to Vice-Mayor Geefre “Calay” A. Alonsabe, he is very proud of his partner, Mr. Jaz Dionisio, because he is not a gold digger. The couple recently celebrated their monthsary where they called each other “Mom” and “Dad.”

Another viral story posted on Facebook involved a husband who found himself only with a pillow as companion in a supposed to be vacation in Coron, Palawan. In a report over the segment ‘Pusuan Na Yan’ segment of GMA News’ State of the Nation, the husband was forced to bring along a pillow with a print of his wife’s face on it during his vacay. This was after his wife, who is a freelance model, had to attend to an unscheduled event. According to the report, the husband did this because he promised his wife he would bring her anywhere he goes.

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Source: KAMI.com.gh

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