Macca’s fan reveals clever driving hack

 

A McDonald's fan in the UK has revealed a genius hack for eating fast food one-handed in your car without making a mess.

TikTok user marialenopara showed how she balances her nuggets and fries on top of her drink, using the straw to hold it all in place.

TikTok user Mariale Marrero shared how to balance your McDonald's order in one hand so you don't make a mess in your car. Credit: marialenopara/TikTok
TikTok user Mariale Marrero shared how to balance your McDonald's order in one hand so you don't make a mess in your car. Credit: marialenopara/TikTok

She uploaded the helpful video showing the game-changing tip, writing: "Drive thru #hack."

Currently, the fast food chain is only open for delivery and drive thru due to lockdown across England, so the tip could help keep cars free from food spills.

All you need to do is open out your nuggets or burger box and poke your drink straw through the hinge.

You need to open out your nugget box and poke your drinks straw through the hinge. Credit: marialenopara/TikTok
You need to open out your nugget box and poke your drinks straw through the hinge. Credit: marialenopara/TikTok

This balances the box on top, and gives you two trays, one for your burger and the other for your fries.

You can hold the drink in one hand, and still sip through the straw, while your food is held in place on top.

The straw holds the food in place, and you can still sip your drink. Credit: marialenopara/TikTok
The straw holds the food in place, and you can still sip your drink. Credit: marialenopara/TikTok

People were amazed at the hack, which has racked up over 60,000 likes.

One McDonald's fan said: "gonna do that."

Another added: "Wow."

This story originally appeared on The Sun and is republished here with permission.

 

Originally published as Macca's fan reveals clever driving hack


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