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‘You ask and you shall receive’: DoorDash driver gets revenge on customer who had absurd request

‘These customers ask for way too much.’


Braden Bjella

Internet Culture

In August, a DoorDash driver received a peculiar request. After accepting an order from a person named Andrew, TikTok user Zhu (@themillennialmillionaire) noticed that the door instructions included a statement reading, “Ring door bell a million times.”

“You ask and you shall receive,” wrote Zhu in the text overlaying his now-viral video. The TikTok currently has over 184,000 views.

@themillennialmillionaire these customers ask for way too much 😩 #fyp #fy #foryoupage #doordash #doordashdriver #sidehustle #funny #comedy #dashercreator #trending #viral ♬ Funny lazy donkey (hilarious song)(937200) – LEOPARD

The video concludes with Zhu ringing the bell over and over and over again. 

In comments, users supported this act of malicious compliance.

“*they answer* ‘hold on, I’m not done yet,’” joked a commenter.

“Legend says he’s still ringing it,” added another.


Others shared their theory as to why Andrew would leave such an odd instruction.

“100% a neighbor playing a prank and order that food and said that on purpose,” claimed a user.

“I’ve requested this before. Also banging on the door bc my husband is a deep sleeper,” offered a second.

“Dude or dude-ette probably hungry and streaming/gaming,” suggested a further TikToker.

Additional users shared their own bizarre instruction stories.

“At least you listen. I tried to get a pizza delivery driver to meow at me,” alleged a user.

“I order my friend food and tell the driver to ask the most random of questions as a joke,” explained another. “sometimes they pull throught sometimes they don’t.”

We’ve reached out to Zhu via TikTok comment.

The Daily Dot