In the age of delivery services that we live in, it's very easy to order food whatever you want, whenever you want. It's very helpful especially in times of not wanting to cook.  When the app is downloaded on your phone too, the temptation is very real.

But what about times when you don't mean to order food? What if somebody else orders the food for you?

What if it's a family member that orders it? Well normally, you might be a little angry at said family member. But at least you'll have food for whatever time of day it is.

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This story, however, wouldn't make you mad, more so confused on how it even happened. According to NBC 5 in Dallas Fort-Worth, Kelsey was letting her 2-year-old son Barrett play with her phone.

According to her when interviewed, Barrett ""usually likes to take pictures of himself, and so he was doing that."

As it turns out, Barrett wasn't exactly taking photos of himself. He was ordering 31 cheeseburgers via the DoorDash app installed on her app.

Kelsey didn't realize how many burgers were bought until the delivery was brought to her front door. Barrett even tipped the driver 16 dollars. Overall, the total cost of the order was $91.70.

Kelsey however decided instead to share the cheeseburgers with anyone who was hungry. Sometimes silly stories have heart-warming endings.

But this makes me wonder what restaurants would be worth ordering over 30 items from. I can think of at least 2. But help us out, where would you order over 30 items? Let us know via our station app.

This Temple, Texas DoorDasher Helped an Elderly Woman Get Fresh Start

Shelby Moeller never imagined that an odd request while delivering for Door Dash would lead to a life-changing experience for him as well as an elderly woman who needed more than food.

He described his initial encounter on Facebook, thanking people who offered to help the 78-year-old woman he named 'Jane Doe' to protect her privacy. On March 20th, he was able to share some amazing news on Facebook.

"Many of you probably remember my post last week about door dashing and coming across an elderly woman in deplorable conditions. When I made the post, I was thinking that I just needed to raise awareness that our elderly right here in our community are often alone, forgotten, and in need of help. I never imagined that through my post, God was going to provide a small but mighty army of volunteers that would jump in and save Jane Doe."

Jane Doe had to be moved out of her apartment while biohazard disinfecting was done by Spotless Crime Clean. All furniture, carpet, and most of her possessions had to be thrown away. There was also no edible food, as everything in the kitchen was either expired or infested with insects.

Shelby was able to spend some time with the woman, who he described as his 'new adopted grandma'. He learned about her background, and how she had struggled throughout her entire life, being reduced to having nothing multiple times. She had developed some hoarding behaviors, and he believed that some of that was due to her fear of losing everything again.

Take a look at the before and after photos of the amazing transformation of her home that changed a Central Texas woman's life and helped her start over in a healthy environment.

Chill Out This Summer at the 6 Best Swimming Holes in Texas

Feeling hot, hot, hot? Here are six of the best swimming holes in Texas to get your chill on and lower that core temperature.

Trips to Discover and The Crazy Tourist both list the following six places as the best places to cool off this summer in the great state of Texas. You'll want to keep this list handy as the mercury rises and the sweat starts to pour!

This $170M Texas Ranch With 65,000 Acres Is a Dog Lover’s Dream Home

Mesa Vista, the 65,000-acre Panhandle ranch, which belonged to oil billionaire T. Boone Pickens until his death three years ago, has been up for sale since 2017. The list of mind-blowing amenities is long, but for the price it's quite a deal!

The property includes its own golf course, a chapel with a memory garden, an airport with a private apartment for the pilot, and a 40-unit kennel, complete with a bronze dog sculpture in front of the building. Pickens, who was an avid hunter and dog lover, told Land Report in 2015Back when I couldn’t afford one bird dog, I had two. When I couldn’t afford two, I had three.”

Let's take a look around this incredible piece of property, which was recently reduced from $250 to $170 million, and see what kind of luxuries you and your furry friends could enjoy!

No Fares Needed: Go Back to School With This Bus Airbnb in Austin, Texas

When all of us were younger, we dreaded getting on the school bus, so why is this unique Airbnb in Austin, Texas so charming? The wheels on this bus don't go 'round and 'round, but board it and you'll be on the fastest route to rest and relaxation.

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