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11/07/2014 09:31 am ET Updated Nov 07, 2014

We've Never Seen A Happier McDonald's Drive-Thru Worker

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In Sulphur, Louisiana, McDonald's employee Joseph Hartstine thrills his drive-thru customers by singing and putting on voices. Although some have suggested he head straight for the radio business, Hartstine seems pretty content where he is.

"It's kind of my talent that keeps putting me back here," Hartstine said in an interview with local outlet KPLC.

Whether he's working the drive-thru line or out front on a cash register, his manager, Chalisse Guillory, says Hartstine is a blast to work with.

“It’s always very interesting working with Joseph," Guillory told The Huffington Post with a laugh. "He does different voices all the time and some of them are actually very funny. He makes me laugh out loud while I'm working. Other than that, he’s just a good person to work with. He comes to work, he does his job. He does everything and beyond what we ask him to do."

His managers aren't the only ones having a great time. One customer told KPLC that she frequents this particular McDonald's just for Hartstine.

"I come through pretty often and I do enjoy visiting, because his voice just makes me smile," she said.

Hey, with the fast-food chain's recent decline in sales, Harstine's local fame can only be good for business, right?

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