Poor Mark Zuckerberg. The Facebook CEO spent the weekend wandering America, scoring free meals from kind strangers, who no doubt took pity on a 32-year-old man unable to afford anything but gray T-shirts and hoodies.
The first family to feed him were the Moores of Newton Falls, Ohio, who learned only 20 minutes beforehand who their dinner guest would be.
The Zuck reportedly told his staff that he wanted to dine with a family of Democrats in a swing state who voted for Trump—which is totally something that a person who's not running for political office would do.
A week before dinner, Daniel Moore got a call asking him if he'd like to have dinner with a "very wealthy philanthropist," according to WKBN news.
Sadly, it wasn't Richard Branson parachuting in from space, but Mark Zuckerberg—fresh from awkwardly drilling things at a Ford plant in Michigan—who showed up at 6 p.m. on Friday night.
According to a local newspaper with a badass name, The Vindicator, Daniel and Lisa Moore talked about more than just politics with Zuckerberg. They also discussed their work with the Kisiizi Good Shepherd Orphanage in Uganda.
"We got to know a very cool guy" Moore told The Vindicator. "Just down-to-earth and real easy to talk to."
Afterwards, Zuck hit the road and found more generous strangers in South Bend, Indiana. On Saturday, he ate chicken and ribs with the crew of the Elkhart Fire Department.
"Thanks to the fire department for letting me crash your dinner," Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook.
Hopefully this Facebook thing works out so he can afford his own meals.