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'We Just Lost It': Family Goes Viral After Husband Accidentally Orders 200 Chicken McNuggets He meant to buy two orders of 10-piece nuggets while using the DoorDash app, but that is not what he ended up with.

By Emily Rella

McDonald's will gladly Super Size any order, but one family's accidental mistake using a delivery app resulted in an order of epic-sized proportions — including 200 McNuggets.

In a video that's been viewed over 11 million times, a TikToker named Jessica Vaccaro shared what happened when her husband accidentally hit the 20x multiplier on an order of 10-piece nuggets while using DoorDash.

@lynn_j_goat The #viral #chickennugget video. Follow me on IG jisikalilgoat #fyp #mcdonalds #accident my husband used doordash and hit the x20 on the 10-piece nuggets! ?? we are at 434k on IG follow for follow! @McDonald's #laughing #hysterical ♬ original sound - Jessica

"Please tell me that's it. Is that it," she asks her mother in the clip, who begins unpacking the boxes while in hysterics. "Where is the food we ordered? Oh, my God, we did not order 185 chicken nuggets, I think we ordered more."

Vaccaro's husband, Chris Mullane, told TODAY that the order ended up being four or five burgers and fries, plus the 200 nuggets in total.

"My attention to detail in regards to things like that wasn't huge," he told the outlet. "Pay attention to the details. And maybe let your wife order."

The incident originally took place in 2017, but the Long Beach, California, couple posted the footage this month.

Viewers were in stitches over the antics.

"I would still eat that in one sitting," one person joked.

"Lord, I've seen what you've done for other people, and I want that for me," another said.

In a follow-up video, Vaccaro said the only indication that something was awry was when their DoorDash delivery driver texted them that the order was taking longer because they were making everything fresh.

@lynn_j_goat #chickennugget story time ???♀️ go bills! #billsmafia #fatgoatrecords @FAT GOAT RECORDS @FAT GOAT PLUGINS™ ♬ original sound - Jessica

"I'm like, 'Is this a prank'," she told viewers. "After we realized that Chris messed up the order, we just lost it. We were fortunate enough that that amount [of money spent] didn't matter."

The couple said they donated the extra food.

Safe to say, everyone ended up Lovin' It.

DoorDash did not immediately respond to Entrepreneur's request comment.

Emily Rella

Entrepreneur Staff

Senior News Writer

Emily Rella is a Senior News Writer at Previously, she was an editor at Verizon Media. Her coverage spans features, business, lifestyle, tech, entertainment, and lifestyle. She is a 2015 graduate of Boston College and a Ridgefield, CT native. Find her on Twitter at @EmilyKRella.

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