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>> No. 430168 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 7:08 am
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When was the last time you committed a random act of kindness and what was it?
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>> No. 430169 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 10:59 am
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>> No. 430170 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 11:45 am
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>>430168

Fairly constantly that's part of making society better for everyone. Everything from picking up rubbish I see blowing in the street, to playing along on the intercom when the neighbor's kids prank buzz my flat, obviously those are the small daily things but there are bigger ones like helping people collapsed in the street, breaking up fights between strangers before they start and I once carried a guy down a mountain, and I've been known to give fairly 'Jack pot' amounts to people on the street assuming I believe it would actually help after talking to them.

The argument of course is those are indulgent ego trips to which my only counterpoint is I rarely if ever have mentioned any of them and the picking up rubbish which is the majority of the small acts I do is tedious, unless they witnessed something first hand I don't think any of my friends would know any of those habits.
>> No. 430171 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 12:23 pm
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I don't remember.
If I did, I prolly didn't pay enough attention to it.
>> No. 430172 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 12:27 pm
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Just this weekend, I helped an elderly woman find an Indian restaurant in the city centre. She approached me and asked me if I knew where that restaurant was. I'd never heard of the place to be honest, but she assured me it had to be around town somewhere. So I looked it up on my smartphone and was able to tell her that the restaurant in question was about two street corners away. My willingness to help her brought a noticeable smile to her face and she thanked me and wished me a good day.
>> No. 430173 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 12:31 pm
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i don't help people anymore, only animals

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 430177 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 3:14 pm
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>>430173

You... animal...
>> No. 430178 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 4:05 pm
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>>430171
Same. I do it for others and nobody else, talking about it kind of defeats the point too I feel, but I'm glad people help each other.
>> No. 430184 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 5:37 pm
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I turned up for my job rather than living it up on the dole.
>> No. 430185 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 5:47 pm
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>>430184
You rogue, you. I, for one, refuse to turn up without a sufficient bribe. If you want me in for a meeting and all you can rustle up is a plate of biscuits, don't even bother.
>> No. 430188 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 6:34 pm
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>>430168

Not sure. I don't really think about it. I'll try and help people with directions and such, even sometimes asking if someone's alright if they look touristy and confused. I also like to catch up to people in traffic to tell them their brake light is out etc, though I suspect that's more motivated by my contempt for the fuzz than anything else. I try to help older people lift or reach stuff in shops, but doing stuff like that you risk just offending them or making them feel useless, it's a thin line.

At work it's often well within my purview to absolutely ruin someone's day, but I'll try very hard not to, while some of my colleagues jump at the chance to deny them service. I realise this vague description of my job sounds pretty dodgy. I'm not a doctor.
>> No. 430189 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 6:37 pm
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>>430185
I bet my right bollock it would be an effort just keeping you out of a conference room with a plate of custard creams in it.
>> No. 430190 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 6:37 pm
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>>430188

>At work it's often well within my purview to absolutely ruin someone's day, but I'll try very hard not to, while some of my colleagues jump at the chance to deny them service.

With great power comes great responsibility.
>> No. 430191 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 6:44 pm
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>>430190

That's really what it is, too - give a certain type of person the tiniest bit of power and their cunty personality shines right through.

Don't get me wrong, I'm no saint, and objectively a cunt, but I still like to offer a little leeway/benefit of the doubt to people.
>> No. 430198 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 7:42 pm
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>>430189
The problem is more one of how you persuade me to stay in the room after having helped myself.
>> No. 430199 Anonymous
4th September 2019
Wednesday 8:00 pm
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>>430188
We all knew she was filth, but there's something disappointing about her being your big standard art hoe.
>> No. 430276 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 3:08 pm
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>>430199
Who is it?
>> No. 430277 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 3:21 pm
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>>430276
Wasn't she on the news a year or two ago for something. She got murdered, or painted a picture or something.
>> No. 430278 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 3:50 pm
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>>430276
It's only Sophie Condren, mate. How did you miss the discussion on /iq/ about how much fluff is on her muff?

https://metro.co.uk/2018/02/26/pensioner-donated-7000-charity-accident-cash-left-bag-7342591/
>> No. 430279 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 4:01 pm
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>>430278
>> No. 430281 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 5:02 pm
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>>430279
>Peg me RIGHT NOW

I see .gs wasted no time getting in touch.
>> No. 430282 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 6:12 pm
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>>430279

Slag.
>> No. 430284 Anonymous
6th September 2019
Friday 6:18 pm
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>>430281
I hope that bastard would return me my beloved DeLorean.
>> No. 431100 Anonymous
6th October 2019
Sunday 9:26 am
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An old woman struck up a conversation with me after we'd crossed the road. Usually I avoid small talk like the plague, but I figured that she was probably lonely and I might be one of the few people she speaks with all day so I stuck around and chatted for a few minutes. I'm terrible at making conversation, but she left smiling at least.
>> No. 431101 Anonymous
6th October 2019
Sunday 9:41 am
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>>431100
Simple kindness is best.
>> No. 431108 Anonymous
7th October 2019
Monday 3:38 am
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I once bought a plane ticket for someone on this board who wanted to go back to Germany to see his little girl. He got megabanned a few times and hasn't posted in ~7 years, but I hope things worked out for him.
>> No. 431187 Anonymous
9th October 2019
Wednesday 10:39 pm
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>>431108
That is actually amazing. How did you get in contact with him?
>> No. 431191 Anonymous
9th October 2019
Wednesday 11:49 pm
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>>431108
God I remember that, I've been here so long. He seemed a genuine person.
>> No. 431206 Anonymous
10th October 2019
Thursday 2:50 pm
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>>431187

I basically just asked him to post his email address and then got a modlad to confirm that that post was posted by the same guy (via IP match or whatever) and then emailed him.

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