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Nadine Baum, McDonald's

Shane Dunlap/The Evening Sun (Hanover, PA)

Dreams do come true for hardcore McDonald's fans, and Nadine Baum knows this to be true. On her birthday this month, which happened to be the big 100, Baum got a major surprise from her favorite fast food chain, The Evening Sun notes. The birthday woman and her son have been going to the Baltimore Street McDonald's in Hanover for roughly 5 to 6 years and stopped in for what she thought was just a normal visit. Little did she know, her table of choice was plastered in party decorations; including balloons, tablecloth, flowers and even a cake. She was surprised by friends and McDonald's employees as she walked through the doors of the restaurant. Of course, they sang "Happy Birthday," and her adorable reaction was caught on camera.

Lately, Nadine hasn't been able to visit her favorite chain as often as she used to due to problems with arthritis.

Because she hasn't been able to stop by as much, the crew at Mickey D's threw her a party to remember. Party organizer and MacDo crew member, Ginny Slaubaugh actually threw a smaller party for Nadine on her 99th birthday too, but this year they had to go all out. More than a dozen people showed up to party with Nadine and was also showered with cupcakes, a card and a lifetime supply of McDonald's. REWIND PLEASE. Let's spell that out again, shall we? She got a lifetime freaking supply of McDonald's. If that isn't living life to the fullest (pun intended), we don't know what is.

Also, if turning 100 is what gets us a lifetime supply, what the heck should we be ordering each time we visit? What menu item at McDonald's will keep us young like Nadine? Sean Patterson, General Manager, jokingly said it's the mocha frappe with whipped cream she was drinking. BRB. In case you're wondering, Nadine also ordered a Big Mac because she knows what the heck us up when it comes to making fast food choices. Cheers to Nadine, and to finding out that regularly eating McDonald's can keep you alive for 100 years.