TikTok Is Genuinely Stressed Over A Dunkin' Hide-And-Seek Story

By now, we all know that things can get a little crazy over at Dunkin'. For instance, according to a Spoon University testimonial, one Dunkin' customer ordered a pumpkin spice coffee with 17 pumps of pumpkin spice syrup. Sir, are you okay?

However, it's not just the customers that can be a bit eccentric –- sometimes it's the employees themselves. In an interview with Cosmopolitan, one Dunkin' employee said that she and her coworkers would usually be exhausted and running solely on caffeine, leading them to talk in funny voices, sing, and even choreograph TikTok dances. To be fair, that actually sounds kind of fun (the singing part, not the exhausted part).

Another former Dunkin' employee recently shared his own wild story, and we just have to say, it's probably the craziest thing we've ever heard. With his experience involving a game of hide-and-seek, a hot oven, and a trip to the ER, we can totally understand why TikTok was on the edge of its seat.

You probably shouldn't play hide-and-seek at Dunkin'

Anyone who has spent time on TikTok –- especially recently -– is familiar with the "one thing about me" trend, in which TikTokers tell their wild stories to the beat of "Super Freaky Girl" by Nicki Minaj. This trend is exactly how TikTok user Ron Clark decided to share his harrowing tale of Dunkin' hide-and-seek gone wrong.

According to Clark's video, he used to work the third shift. One night, he and a coworker started a game of hide-and-seek, with the coworker counting outside. Clark chose to hide in the oven, but, come to find out, he was locked in the oven, and his coworker was locked outside, so neither person could help the other. His coworker tried to climb through the drive-thru window, and only managed to get into the building with the help of some customers and a crowbar. Needless to say, Clark took a trip to the ER. He ended his story by saying, "I cooked in the oven, and I don't think I've ever been the same since."

Naturally, viewers were mortified. One person commented, "Bro Hansel and Greteled himself," and a second wrote, "The anxiety I had listening to this while reminding myself that you're ok because you're telling the story." Same, though. We're just glad he lived to tell the tale.