“Maybe they teach it in the special-ed classes or something, but he’s the only one who actually speaks in sentences as opposed to grunts,” Unger said. “And when I asked for extra ketchup packets, he handed them to me and said, ‘Here you go,’ instead of rolling his eyes.”
Ehrman is also willing to perform tasks beyond those in his job description, offering to help coworkers stock shelves or run the dishwasher when they fall behind. Most nights, Ehrman even volunteers to clean the grease traps.
“I don’t mind,” Ehrman said. “I’m helping!”