Ordering 350 Shamrock Shakes At 6 A.M. Is Where This Former McDonalds Employee Draws The Line

Chisom Ndianefo
McDonald Shamrock Shakes
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Cravings could get out of hand sometimes, especially if you have a serious sweet tooth. But ordering a cup of St. Patrick's Day-inspired Shamrock Shake at 5 a.m. is outrageous and let's not talk about the health implication of consuming something sweet in the early hours of the day!

A former McDonald's employee relives her experience with one customer who took the bold step and ordered Shamrock Shakes at 6 a.m. This order caused a major change in her employment status with the company.

Keep reading for the details.

6 AM Shamrock Shakes!

The former McDonald's employee became internet famous after her video appeared on TikTok as she claimed that a customer ordered 350 Shamrock Shakes at 6 a.m.

TikTok user Ashley (@ashley.aesthetic03) uploaded the clip as she reminisced on her time working at the famous fast food chain. She reacted sitting in the back room of her McDonald's outlet and said,

"It is currently 6 a.m. and at 6:50, we have someone coming in for 350 Shamrock Shakes. 350, yes, Shamrock Shakes. Help."

She added a caption to the video and wrote, "And this is why i will never go back to fast food."

Shamrock Shake Is A Limited Offer From McDonald's

The company only offers Shamrock Shake in late February and March every year, which means it's a limited product, and judging by the action of that customer, it tastes really good too (we're not excusing his unbearable behavior anyways).

The timing of the product release also means that Ashley recorded the video several months back, and now that she's uploaded it, she captioned the video, "I don't miss McDonald's in the slightest."

Receiving a call that early in the morning is enough to traumatize any worker, especially when you know you're going to have a busy day attending to orders from all corners of the area. So if you're reading this, we advise you never to order Shamrock Shakes or any shakes like that at 6 am (except those protein shakes you use for workouts).

Reaction From Viewers

The interesting video has received over 10,000 views and many reactions from fans, who mostly expressed shock at the act.

"How are they even gonna transfer them." asked one curious user.

Another user commented, "Whaaaaa how does that even happen and who's drinkin' all those LOO."

This last viewer brought major comic relief as he wrote,

"Wanna bet the ice cream maker is gonna break down in the middle of it."

Origin Of Shamrock Shake

Shamrock Shake
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The Shamrock Shake was first introduced in 1970 and came in lemon/lime flavors with vanilla ice cream, lemon/line sherbet, and vanilla syrup. By 1973, the color changed to a green-colored vanilla shake, and presently, it's mint flavored.