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This Dude Came Up With A "Hack" To Keep His Nuggets Warm And He May Have Changed Takeout Forever

"It's mind blowing how random people on Twitter can change my life this much."

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Why did BuzzFeed News reach out to this dude? Because he used his car's seat heater to keep his chicken nuggets warm, a move many people on the internet found to be truly innovative — even revolutionary.

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Cancino said his reasoning was pretty simple.

@canceric / Via Twitter: @canceric

"That’s where I normally put my food since I’m usually alone," he said. "I had bought this new car and was hyped on the heated seats, so it just made sense."

He added: "It’s really not that innovative, you guys."

Cancino said the hack ~actually~ worked and the nuggets were nice and warm when he got home.

@canceric / Via Twitter: @canceric

"The seats in my car get way too hot for any normal person’s ass," he added.

There was more than nuggets in the bag, he said.

"10 nuggs, 2 McChickens, a large fry, and hella buffalo sauce," he said. "I was hungry."

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One person told BuzzFeed News it "worked perfectly": "I placed my Chinese food in the passenger seat, turned the heat up for the seat, and when I got to work an hour later, the food was still warm ready to eat," J.P. Quito, who posted this video evidence, said.

@canceric Now I can thank you directly lmao!

Daniel Gray, a19-year-old from Maryland, told BuzzFeed News that he tried it with his Chipotle takeout.

@NikksCallmeDan / Via Twitter: @NikksCallmeDan

However, he wasn't able to honestly attest to the hack's success given that his drive with the meal was around 5 minutes long.

That's said, there's a chance he'll try it again.

"It’s a pretty solid idea," Gray said.

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Remy Smidt is a reporter with BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

Contact Remy Smidt at remy.smidt@buzzfeed.com.

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