Proud Dad Sparks Debate After Posting These Photos Of His Teen Son Working At Burger King.

Getting a job is something to be proud of. But what about a job at a fast-food restaurant like Burger King? Well, one father turned to social media to express his pride in his young son taking up a role at their local Burger King restaurant as the drive-thru cashier. In the heartwarming social media tell-all, Chris Crawford, the father of the fourteen-year-old Burger King employee, expressed his pride in knowing that his son was able to apply for a job and take up a post – but other people are arguing that dad shouldn’t be proud after all.

“Not only does he work every day he can, including weekends when most kids are out enjoying their summer, but he also goes in early and stays late almost every time he works. He loves every minute of it. Making his own money, saving for a car, being responsible in his decisions, becoming a respectable young man!!! I couldn’t be more proud of him!”

Crawford’s son took the part-time job at Burger King to save up money so he could purchase his own car. The job was just a means to an end. But Crawford saw it as a prime opportunity for his fourteen-year-old son to learn responsibility and to get some real-world experience before he graduates from high school in a few years.

Crawford wrote, “Huge shout out to this kind of mine, fourteen years old and has a part-time job at Burger King. Not only does he work every day he can, including weekends, when most kids are out enjoying their summer, but he also goes in early and stays late almost every time he works. He loves every minute of it. Making his own money, saving for a car, being responsible in his decisions, becoming a respectable young man! I couldn’t be more proud of him! Some of y’all lazy, grown a** people out there should take notes!”

However, Crawford’s message did not inspire as many people as he thought it would. Many people turned to social media to reply to Crawford’s story with their reactions.

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