After Sick Woman Orders Pizza and Flu Meds, Her Online Request Goes Viral: 'I'm Dying Sick'
The woman said she was only ordering the pizza because she was sick with the flu.
Fiona Cuffe wasn’t really hungry, but she was really sick.
The Irish woman’s pizza order has gone viral – not because of the food, but because of the note she attached in the comments section.
“Will you please stop … on the way and get me Benylin cold & flu tablets and I’ll give you the money, only ordering food so I can get the tablets I’m dying sick. Xx,” she wrote.
Feeley’s Fish and Chips and Pizzeria in Belfast posted the order on its Facebook page, with the comment: “Words absolutely fail me.”
But the shop’s owner granted Cuffe’s request and delivered one pepperoni pie, along with a box of flu medicine.
Meanwhile, the post has bounced around the globe, from Ireland to Australia to the United States, and many points in between.
“Do you deliver to Manila?” wrote John Taylor of the Philippines. “I miss fish and chips!!”
Cuffe posted a photo of the pizza and the cold remedy. “Cheers, boys,” she wrote. Her dad also left a comment thanking the shop for looking after his girl.
“Only the best service here at Feeley’s,” the store owner replied. “P.S., get well soon.”
Scores of people chimed in, most applauding the store’s generosity. “Fair play to yous,” several wrote.
The Friday post has received more than 13,000 likes and has been shared more than 3,200 times.
“Fiona Cuffe, pm us when your (sic) feeling better and we will send you round a meal on us,” the shop posted Saturday.
“Yous are wee angels, will do,” she wrote back.
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