Watch this, this TikTok video is the gift that keeps on giving!
Photo via TikTok (@qurratuainii_)
The more you watch it, the more you appreciate the charm of the kid and the wholesome interaction between him and a delivery rider.
So, picture this: the food delivery guy was cruising along, minding his own business, when suddenly, the bag holding the food fell off his bike and the food got a bit damaged in the process.
The delivery guy immediately contacted the customer to inform them of what happened and offered to replace the food, but the customer refused and told his son not to take any compensation money.
But wait, there's more! The little hero of our story then sent a voice message to the rider, with his adorable voice and playful tone, to clear up the confusion and make sure the rider didn't feel bad about the mishap, "Hey, don't be sad, the food wasn't meant for me, I guess! My mom told me not to take the money. If you are in a hurry, just be careful, okay? Good luck out there!"
The rider was so moved by the kid's kind words and thoughtful attitude that he thanked him and prayed for blessings for the customer and his son.
However, it didn't end there! The comments section of the video was flooded with praise for the parents of this polite, civilized, and downright hilarious child and Malaysians couldn't get enough of the kid's humor!
Alkisah petang semalam.. masa en suami nak hantar order (foodpanda) dekat customer ni, makanan dia terpelanting dkt luar sbb en suami tak nmpk bonggol (panas terik) . then, en suami terus ws customer bgithu yg mknn tu terjtuh dri beg .. en suami nak ganti balik dengan bayar, jumlah yg customer beli tu. tpi customer tknk 🥺 Allahuakhbar, nak hilang rasa bersalah tu .. en suami bagi jgk duit .. ya Allah 😭🤲🏻 Alhamdulillah en suami dpt jmpe dengn org yg sngt2
♬ bunyi asal - nurqurratuaini__
In a world full of negativity and drama, this TikTok video reminds us that there's still hope for humanity.
It's a heartwarming example of how kindness and humor can make all the difference, even in the smallest of interactions. So, here's to the delivery rider, the customer, and the coolest kid on the block!