random acts of kindness

random acts of kindness

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for a change

Nashville, TN

#1 Dec 17, 2012
how about a positive thread on here. how many of you have been touched by random acts of kindness in our community in your lifes?
Troll

Owensboro, KY

#2 Dec 17, 2012
My d@!k got a free suck from a hooker because she thought i was too hot to pay. Does that count?
santa

Nashville, TN

#3 Dec 17, 2012
you are on the naughty list Troll
Troll

Owensboro, KY

#4 Dec 17, 2012
santa wrote:
you are on the naughty list Troll
Oh santa, thats ok. But put mrs clause on there too cuz she was the hooker xD
santa

Nashville, TN

#5 Dec 17, 2012
Troll wrote:
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Oh santa, thats ok. But put mrs clause on there too cuz she was the hooker xD
santa is saddened of this news. Christmas is cancelled.
homeless

Tucker, GA

#6 Dec 17, 2012
I saw someone give food to a homeless man once standing in the cold
Fun

Owensboro, KY

#7 Dec 17, 2012
for a change wrote:
how about a positive thread on here. how many of you have been touched by random acts of kindness in our community in your lifes?
two 11 year old kids were standing outside asking for a dollar for food so I gave them 2 of my last 4. When my son was little I always made him get water at mcds and a lot if times when he asked for a soda and I told him I didnt have money someone behind me would buy it for him that always touched my heart im a proud person but I wouldnt tell them no coz to me that was like taking something from him he was always happy when that happened
funny

Owensboro, KY

#9 Dec 17, 2012
Someone used their triple A on me
think

Owensboro, KY

#10 Dec 18, 2012
The person ahead of me in the drive-thru at Arby's paid for my lunch. So I paid for the person's behind me.

I've also had strangers change my tire, and then refuse to accept the twenty I tried to give them.

There's far more kindness than hate in the world, it just usually doesn't make the news.
cool

Owensboro, KY

#11 Dec 18, 2012
think wrote:
The person ahead of me in the drive-thru at Arby's paid for my lunch. So I paid for the person's behind me.
I've also had strangers change my tire, and then refuse to accept the twenty I tried to give them.
There's far more kindness than hate in the world, it just usually doesn't make the news.
Someone paid for my lunch at Arbys too. I was broke though and my meal only totalled $1.06. I wasn't able to buy the meal for the next person in line. I would've if I could've
5dayfortune

Blackburn, UK

#12 Dec 18, 2012
Oh there are some lovely stories there.
I remember 2 acts of kindness I did.
1St one was New Years Eve in Trafalga Square and a really old man was huddled in a door way freezing. So I gave him my gloves. He was so grateful. It was lovely feeling.
2nd was in March In Cape Town a woman had been begging all day holding her baby. I wasnt going to give her money for drugs so I ate a steak for dinner and only ate half and gave the other half. I dont think she was very happy she wanted drugs.

Oh well I have a way we can make a fortune and then we can help loads of people.
Try this out.And if you like this I will show you another one where your money just doubles over and over.
Its how I get to all the wonderful places in the world.

http://bit.ly/Tqyo38
Cecilia

Owensboro, KY

#13 Dec 18, 2012
5dayfortune wrote:
Oh there are some lovely stories there.
I remember 2 acts of kindness I did.
1St one was New Years Eve in Trafalga Square and a really old man was huddled in a door way freezing. So I gave him my gloves. He was so grateful. It was lovely feeling.
2nd was in March In Cape Town a woman had been begging all day holding her baby. I wasnt going to give her money for drugs so I ate a steak for dinner and only ate half and gave the other half. I dont think she was very happy she wanted drugs.
Oh well I have a way we can make a fortune and then we can help loads of people.
Try this out.And if you like this I will show you another one where your money just doubles over and over.
Its how I get to all the wonderful places in the world.
http://bit.ly/Tqyo38
Is that fortune in five days thing really true?? U really get money from those people????

Since: Nov 11

Wild Blue Yonder

#14 Dec 18, 2012
Someone left $150-worth of gift cards/credit cards on my car one morning last week. Nobody that knows where I live now (there are very few) or what my financial situation is (even fewer) will fess up to doing so...but that was a RAOK that made sure my kids would have presents under our tree this year.
Cecilia

Owensboro, KY

#15 Dec 18, 2012
I was at McDonald's and an elderly lady who could barely walk was coming in so I opened the door for her and waiting for her to walk in ahead of me. I didn't feel right about passing her to go order so I waited behind her as she very slowly made it to the counter. Once there she ordered and I stepped up there and paid for her order. The old lady and even the cashier were both so shocked like 'is this really happening?' Sad that this kind of thing happens so little that its that shocking when it does happen. Nevertheless she was grateful and I felt good that morning too. Every time I see the homeless guys around town I wanna give them a few hundred dollars but I'm so scared they won't so the right thing with it. Maybe someone should o to Walmart and buy those men big coats and a package of new clean socks. Maybe that would make them feel better.... Just a thought
If we all worked together to do this kind of stuff we could really make a difference.
watsamattau

Baldwyn, MS

#16 Dec 19, 2012
lol wrote:
I have randomly paid for elderly people's things at Walmart. Whether they be in front if me or behind me at check out.:)
A lot of older people have money ,it just dosen't look like they do.A lot of young couples with one kid may need it more.I say that because if they have two or three ,then they may qualify for food stamps or welfare.
sarah

Owensboro, KY

#17 Dec 19, 2012
I had a random person hand me $60 last year while I was shopping at Walmart around Christmas time with my husband and kids. I was shocked. Still needing to pay that forward.
Thought

Nashville, TN

#18 Dec 19, 2012
I think that everyone who has posted on this forum, should do something to pay it forward this week for Christmas! I am going to buy a $5-$10 unisex item, one for a child and one for adult. I am going to give the item to the first adult and child I see on Christmas day, just because! Do something unique! Come back here to share you story.....just something fun for us all to do!
truth

Princeton, KY

#19 Dec 28, 2012
Thought wrote:
I think that everyone who has posted on this forum, should do something to pay it forward this week for Christmas! I am going to buy a $5-$10 unisex item, one for a child and one for adult. I am going to give the item to the first adult and child I see on Christmas day, just because! Do something unique! Come back here to share you story.....just something fun for us all to do!
Random acts of kindness all year long.
Britt

Owensboro, KY

#20 Dec 28, 2012
My family paid for a single mom and her four kids to eat at TGIF last week. My children and I made and passed out Christmas cards at a nursing home and took the nursing staff cookies as well. We also left a large tip for a good waitress....

“Tempermental Redhead!”

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#21 Dec 29, 2012
I gave 7 children Christmas with toys from my child. They were used and already opened but, they were very gently used and these kids that wouldn't have had Christmas ended up with a slew of toys for Christmas!

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