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Melinda Gates, the Co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and wife of the second richest man in the world, recently shared a heart-warming video of Bill and Warren Buffet selling burgers and blizzards at a restaurant. She said she loved seeing the two billionaires literally serving others.

According to Melinda Gates, she is always happy whenever the Bill Gates and Warren Buffet take shifts at the Dairy Queen. This is because she knows whenever that happens, lots of sales will be made even as many customers will be delighted just seeing them around.

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Ever wondered how it feels to be served and catered to by two of the richest and innovative men in the world? Imagine stepping out to go get your daily burger or blizzards and Warren Buffet and Bill Gates received your orders. The excitement you’d feel would probably know no bounds, right?

Well, that’s exactly how customers at Dairy Queen (a soft serve ice cream and fast-food restaurant which was acquired by Warren’s  Berkshire Hathaway empire in 1998) felt that day last month.

Bill Gates later took to his Twitter page to explain that he and Buffet stepped out from a meeting in Omaha to get some lunch and restaurant training.

“During my visit to Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting in Omaha, Warren Buffett and I broke away from the meetings to visit a Dairy Queen for some lunch and to get some restaurant training.” 

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A true bromance moment: Bill and Warren thoroughly enjoyed the moment. In a video obtained by Nairametrics, the two could be seen landing icecreams for customers, serving drinks, and exchanging pleasantries with the customers.

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According to Bill’s narration, it was also an amazing day of learning because he learned how to work the cash register, greet guests, and most importantly, how to make a blizzard.

See the heartwarming video below.



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