For most of us, it’s part of our daily struggle to maintain a toned body and healthy weight, unless you are blessed with a high metabolism. This young lady surnamed Jiang from Nanjing, China had the same thought and wanted to lose some weight. Just like any millennial would do, she announced it on WeChat, a social messaging app.
Now, usually, if you have said something like that, your friends would be supportive of your goals and encourage you to keep fit but for Jiang’s friends, they were really something else. According to Sina, she had made the announcement since June 26 but from that day onwards, her online friends started to secretly order food to be delivered to her.
She said that every day, she would receive tons of food from her friends and this has been going on for the past three months. Not only did she not lose any weight, but she also gained 5kg instead due to all the food deliveries she received. Well, now I know how to get free food from friends…
Jiang described the amount of food she would receive such as buns, herbal tea eggs, scallion pancakes, century egg porridge, ice creams and a number of bubble milk tea drinks for breakfast in the morning. Then, she would get a call from the delivery person at around 11am for lunchtime, which would consist of pickled fish, sliced duck for two people, casseroles, spicy soup, beef bibimbap and prawns.
That’s not all, for teatime, she would receive another barrage of food delivery orders, which include ice cream, meat rolls, sushi, coffee, sausages, herbal jelly and iced desserts. All for one person leh! Jiang said that she tried asking in her WeChat group about it but no one would admit it.
However, as they only had her work address, she was safe after working hours and there were no delivery orders to her home. One of her friends said that Jiang was a very friendly person who had a good relationship with everyone so she guessed that it all started as a game to them.
The friend also said that they had a WeChat group where they would frequently send food to each other since mid-June. Jiang had asked her friends in the group chat not to order any more food for her as she wanted to lose weight but her friend said that Jiang didn’t need to do so and continued buying food for her.
At first, the friends who sent them to her admitted that they bought the food for her and she had reciprocated. Not long after, they all joined in the fun and no one admitted that they had ordered food for her. Jiang said she tried asking them to stop but to no avail. She even distributed the food to her colleagues but there were still a lot of leftovers.
Yet, the food deliveries appear to have no malicious intent and seem to be all in good fun as along with the food, many heartwarming messages were directed to Jiang as well.
Looks like Jiang might have to work out a little more to offset all the extra good food she has been receiving if she wants to lose weight!
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