In the spirit of holiday kindness, one woman sparked a giving revolution at a Florida McDonald's.
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Lakeland, Florida woman, Torie Keene, decided to pay for her meal, as well as the car behind her's. Little did she know, this small gesture of selflessness would start a chain reaction of 250 people.%shareLinks-quote="It kept going and going. After the 15th car, I started tally marking the number of people that were participating on a piece of paper." type="quote" author="Marisabel Figueroa" authordesc="ABC News" isquoteoftheday="false"%McDonald's cashier, Marisabel Figueroa told ABC she was surprised by the kindness effect, and decided to keep track as to how far the chain went. It lasted almost her entire six hour shift!
Figueroa told ABC News she feels "blessed" to be a part of this experience, and in her 12 years as a McDonald's employee, she says she has never seen anything like it.%shareLinks-quote="I just kept giving everyone the same message, and they were all so stunned and so happy. One lady even paid for the meals of the next three cars behind her." type="quote" author="Marisabel Figueroa" authordesc="ABC" isquoteoftheday="false"%While truly heartwarming, this isn't the first time a pay it forward chain has gone viral.
Just recently, a Virginia Chick-fil-A made headlines when a local CBS anchor paid for just four cars before someone began to pay it forward. This led to a chain of 134 strangers brightening each other's days.
Watch people's reaction to the heart-warming gesture:
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