There’s no one in this world that can match our parents’ love. They will always be the people who exhibit unconditional love towards us despite our shortcomings. When we are lacking, our parents will find a way to provide, even if it means hardship for them. A Twitter user named Karl Vincent was lucky enough to witness this love through a touching father-daughter moment in McDonald’s.
Karl Vincent shared the wonderful experience on Twitter and it immediately got people’s attention. The story started with Karl eating lunch at the popular fast food chain. He was probably minding his own business when he overheard this beautiful father-daughter moment.
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This humble father ordered one meal and brought it to the table where his daughter sat. Right off the bat, we already know where this story is headed. It seems as though they didn’t have enough money to buy more food so the dad willingly gave it up for his daughter.
But just when you thought that it’s over, his lovely child does something unbelievable. After she finishes eating half of the meal, the kind daughter offered the other half to her father, saying: “Papa sa’yo nalang ‘to.”
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This sweet interaction left Karl Vincent speechless as well as the thousands who read his post. There was one netizen who said that it reminded him of a line his father always said: “Naalala ko tuloy lagi simasabi ni papa sakin. ‘makita lang kitang busog, busog na din ako'”
Even Karl was reminded of his great childhood and the love of his father.
“It brings back the memories when I was younger and innocent. Like the father’s daughter, my mom or dad will bring me to a fast food restaurant and buy food for me. I would ask them why they weren’t eating and their response will always be ‘Busog pa ako anak.'”
Here are some of the netizens’ comments to the wonderful story:
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