This is one hungry little dude right here.

According to KHOU, Kingsville resident Kelsey Burkhalter Golden’s 2-year-old son Barrett was apparently in the mood for cheeseburgers yesterday.

Get our free mobile app

So, Barrett took his mom’s phone and placed an order through DoorDash. She thought he was just taking pictures and didn’t think anything of it – until a delivery driver showed up at her door with 31 cheeseburgers from their local McDonald’s.

My son was playing with my phone, I thought he was taking pictures but when I looked back on my thing it was ordered at the time he was playing with my phone.

To her credit, Golden took it all in stride and decided to give the cheeseburgers away. So, she took to Facebook and offered the cheeseburgers to whoever wanted them.

As funny as that story is, several people who commented on the Facebook post let her know just how much worse it could have been.

One woman who commented on the post said her daughter’s 18-month-old baby got on her phone and ordered 3 iPhones. Imagine her surprise when that package showed up on her doorstep.

Another woman commented that her child actually ordered an entire NBA League Pass for a season. I honestly couldn’t be angry if my kid did that. Of course, I would act mad while mom is around, but ultimately I’d just sit back and enjoy a whole lot of basketball.

So, let that be a lesson to maybe not let that little one of yours play with your phone. Because you never know what might show up at your doorstep afterward.

Wichita Falls Needs These 8 Fast Food Places

Highest Rated Outdoor Dining in Wichita Falls

Want to sit outside and enjoy a nice day in Wichita Falls? According to Yelp, this is the top ten highest rated outdoor dining experiences in Wichita Falls.

Make the Trip to These 10 Small Town Texoma Restaurants

There's plenty of great eating places here in Texoma. And no, you don't have to drive far to find some good grubbing if you live here in Wichita Falls, but it's totally worth it if you decide to hit the highway in search of good food. Who knows, you just might find a new favorite in one of the small towns of North Texas and Southern Oklahoma.