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A driving instructor from Suffolk has gone viral, after creating his own budget version of the popular McDonalds ‘Happy Meal’ for his two daughters. Even remembering to include the toy.
Andy and his family live in a rural area, and the closest McDonalds restaurant was over 13 miles away. When his children, Alannah (six) and Kahlan (four) asked for ‘Happy Meals’ for lunch last weekend, Andy was forced to think on his feet…
“I popped into town and picked up a couple of toys, ran into Iceland and grabbed a few burgers and whacked it all together.
“I used the grease proof paper and a bit of tape to keep them all together and there we had it.
“The kids loved it because it all came in a bag, they found their chips, burger and toy and ate the lot.
“It was all freshly made so it was healthier than the original takeaway and all together it only cost me £3.”
The quick-thinking dad of two not only received rave reviews from his daughters, but people on social media were also lovin’ it when Andy shared his handiwork on facebook.
Andy is totally winning at parenting, and he has no doubt inspired other parents to save a bob or two and avoid the drive through.
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