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You don’t mess with a person and their chicken nuggets.
According to the New York Post, one little girl looked death in the eyes as she took another bite out of her nuggets.
Even with a gun pointed at her head, a Harlem schoolgirl refused to hand over a McNugget to a hungry classmate bent on getting his hands on her grub, cops said.
Almost immediately, a classmate at Harlem Democracy Prep asked her for a McNugget — and she ¬refused.
But her 12-year-old tormentor wasn’t taking no for an answer, and followed her into the 6-train station at 103rd Street.
He pulled a gun, pointed it at her head and once again demanded a McNugget.
That’s when she showed nerves of steel and smacked the gun away, sources said.
She told the kid, whom she knew from school, to get lost and then she got on the train.
Say what you will about McDonald’s, but they make a damm good chicken nugget. Have you seen the new commercials? They’re now made with 100 percent white meat. It’s a brave new world out there when it is a big deal to actually use chicken and only chicken in our fast food chain chicken nuggets.
I have a lot in common with this little girl: If you give me a 10-piece nugget with some sweet and sour sauce, the world could be coming to an end and I’d be okay with it. Give me nuggets or give me death.
At 13 years old, she probably skipped lunch and saved the money her parents gave her in order to afford a delicious, and now nutritious (?), after school snack.
Not to be overlooked in this story, but how about 12-year-old walking around with a gun? That morning, he was probably looked at as the baddest kid on the playground as word spread that he’s carrying a piece. By homeroom the next day, he might as well have a water pistol on his side after having the embarrassment of a little girl putting him in his place.
The nugget is mightier than the gun..
[via New York Post]
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