The Aussie bloke immortalised in a KFC drive-thru!

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The Aussie bloke immortalised in a KFC drive-thru!

We reckon it’s probably fair to suggest that most of us remember our childhood jobs. Of course, that s**t isn’t usually reciprocal. After all, your local fast food joint has employed bloody thousands of workers over the years, and you’re just another statistic. Mostly. Yeah, nah, that s**t’s not always the case. Some people, like Melbourne Tiktokker Ryan Evans, aren’t just remembered by their local, they’re f**ken immortalised. Check this s**t out…

Rightio, to get you started on this one, we’ll give you a little bit of context. Bloody Ryan hasn’t worked at his local KFC for fourteen f**ken years. Despite that, he was there a while. Yeah, nah, starting when he was fifteen, the local legend worked his way up to Store Manager before eventually leaving.

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In one way, though, he never bloody left. “One of my friends went through the drive-through about six months ago and completely reminded me about the fact that my voice is still on the speaker box even though I haven’t been there in about 14 years,” he reckons.

In a recent TikTok video, he’s shown himself going through the drive-thru to show off his classic work. “We used to have headsets you could actually speak to the customers through the speaker box with, when I was working there the headsets actually broke down,” he said. As store manager, he had to figure out how to fix it. “On a whim I was like let’s just record something on to the speaker box to play automatically whenever you come through.”

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After recording the video of his ancient voice-recording and uploading it to TikTok, he was surprised by how quickly it went viral. “I thought, this one might crack a thousand (views), I posted it and I played video games for an hour or two and looked up and it had already hit 20,000 within a couple of hours.”

What a f**ken legend. Good s**t, Ryan. Your voice has brought many joy over the years. Long may it continue!

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Final thought: Yeah, this is exactly the kind of story we bloody love. There’s something wholesome and heart-warming about it. It’s a story of a local legend living long in the memory of those he served. Good s**t. Good s**t indeed.

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