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Move over, Grimace! There's a new 'face' bringing customers to McDonald's, and her name is Weiwei.

Taiwanese McDonald's employee Wei Han Xu has been attracting droves of fans after photos of her ringing customers up went viral via one patron's blog.
Since reaching online fame this summer, her high heels, sweet voice, and beautiful face have earned her the nickname "McDonald's goddess" on the internet.
Apparently, once people were able to track down her McDonald's location - Jianguo South Road in Taipei City's Da’an District, everyone started showing up and piling in like:
The location has even gone so far as dressing Weiwei and the rest of the female staff up in various types of cosplay, including sailor and maid costumes.
Apparently, this doesn't freak the 'McDonald's Goddess' out at all, as she works as a fashion model on the side and has even been a guest on Taiwanese game shows.
Her manager, however, could do without the restaurant's extra influx of fans, as many of Weiwei's fans tend to crowd at the counter to talk to or snap photos of her, and in the event she's not working, they leave without making a purchase.
So what do you guys think? Is she truly a 'McDonald's Goddess', or do you find her a bit overrated? Also, how would YOU feel if you were a viral McDonald's employee? (Personally, I think good looks are a waste if you smell like stale fries.)
There's must be lots lonely souls in Taiwan who can't get a date therefore projecting their ideal gf image onto this girl. I can never understand the over-the-top-femininize-everything trend in Asia, even the guys look feminine (kpop, jpop). Everything popular has to be kawaii and white as a powdered geisha face considered as utmost beauty. It turns my stomach really....
Does anyone else remember Target guy? and how teenager girls flocked to him? haha he even appeared on Ellen. I mean I understand the phenomenon, but I’m not sure I appreciate it. I wish more people were recognized or “viral” for their kindness, handwork, or achievement.
@Animaniafreak Tbh, I'm always confused as to how they think those speaking voices are cute. They're kind of screechy, but I feel like that's what I've been conditioned to believe as an American so idk.
oh yeah you’re right @solodaywithB1A4! It’s funny because in his interview with Ellen, he was also confused as to why he was famous... lol
remember the target guy
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