LOOK: A cancer patient left a message for a fast-food chain’s crew in Cebu City is making rounds online.

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Netizen named Mechelle Centurias, the fast-food chain’s manager shared a photo of the handwritten message of one of their customer on her Facebook account on Friday, Sept. 24.

In her post, Centurias wrote: “I was told that feedback is a gift. But this one is a totally different gift. It hits me to the core.
I couldn’t hold my tears when I read this. One of our guests at Jollibee left this note at the back of his receipt.

After silently eating at one corner of the store, he cleaned up his table, brought the tray to the claim area, and left. Our dining crew saw the note written on his receipt and gave it to me. I thought it was feedback from a dissatisfied customer but it wasn’t.

It was a different “thank you” message from someone who had his last Jollibee meal before his Chemotherapy for stage 4 cancer. He was sharing that his doctor gave him 3 months to live.

With a heavy heart, I immediately took the chance to look for the customer at the dining area but I was told he just left. I lost the chance of speaking to him and to give him thanks and encouragement.

To this “brave someone” who just prepared himself for a big fight, we pray for your recovery. The 3 months your doctor gave you can be 3 years or 3 decades or longer. God gives miracles. We just have to believe and strengthen our faith.

I hope we’ve served you better and made you happy when you’re at Jollibee. Welabyu ❤️

She shared an image of the note, which was partly written in Cebuano:


“My Jollibee. Thank you for the 32 years. This is the last time that I will be dining here because tomorrow I will start with my chemotherapy. I have stage 4 cancer. My doctor said that I have 3 months to live. Once again, thank you my Jollibee. Until my next life. I love you my Jollibee.”

Manila Papers