Sometimes, it seems like we learn a lot of useless information in school that we will never use in our normal lives. However, you never know when something random that you learned in school can come in handy later on.
According to Right Wing News, 18-year old Caleb Francis was working the cash register at Taco Bell when a deaf customer came in and began struggling to order. Luckily, Francis had studied American Sign Language (ASL) for two years in high school, so he quickly started signing to the customer to help him out.
A customer who was behind the man captured the act of kindness on camera, and it quickly went viral.
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