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File: a191683b59c53a9⋯.png (770.35 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, 028495320.png)

 No.36345

Post what good deed you have done today.

Old thread 404ed. I start

>in the supermarket

>guy in front of me buys a net full of lemons and some other stuff

>I notice that one of the lemons is moldy

>gather courage

>"e-excuse me but those lemons have mold on them"

>he thanks me and asks the cashier if he can exchange it

>gets a new net

>thanks me again, all's well

>feels good

 No.36346

File: 06d5f899aa6155b⋯.jpg (3.31 MB, 1700x2361, 1700:2361, 1492817997322.jpg)

>catch bugs and flies inside my house without killing them and release them out side.

>leave food for stray cats and birds

I hope this counts, I don't go anywhere where I could be in help of any person.


 No.36490

File: 2b81865d6cbce09⋯.jpg (133.13 KB, 449x835, 449:835, a2d0d23894da83a1cdfa9d3e51….jpg)

In the super market yesterday I helped a 5'2'' chubby woman get something from the top shelf.


 No.36496

A couple of weeks ago I bought a meal for a homeless guy on my way to work, and I often give homeless people any spare food or cigarettes if they need it. I empathize with them a lot, I'm not sure why, maybe because I have also dropped out of society in some sense although to a lesser extent. Many have interesting stories if you'll take the time to talk to them. I remember one time I was walking down the street and a homeless guy mumbled something to me about the shirt I was wearing, so I got talking to him. I was wearing a shirt for one of my favorite bands (bad brains) and he told me that when he was younger he had gone to one of their shows in the US in the 80s. We had a discussion about punk music in general and over all he was just a nice guy. I implore anyone who reads this to be /kind/ to the homeless, because they're people too.


 No.36573

Yesterday i gave 50 spare cents to a homeless guy

Today i helped my mother clean her common beans before she cooked them

Tomorrow i don't know

It's hard to find a good deed to do everyday when you spend most of your life in your room shitposting on the internet


 No.36709

>>36345

I get scared to talk to people too. You did good Anon!


 No.36710

File: ddca46175caee37⋯.png (270.91 KB, 312x576, 13:24, f91eb12ce25eb9ad5936a583ef….png)

>>36573

I'm sure he really appreciates those 50 cents.


 No.36714

I made a help thread a while ago on a different board and it seemed to have helped some people.


 No.36729

>>36345

i feed my gecko :3


 No.36771

Today I gave a 56yo woman a low level data entry job. She has been trying to get work for some time but had trouble because of her age. We had many applicants in the 25-35 age range but none of them really stood out. She was really motivated and eager so I said what the heck you have the job. She was so happy she had tears in her eyes.


 No.36803

i am helping stupid muslim to understand theory of evolution


 No.36847

File: b636b670b50df4c⋯.jpg (49.92 KB, 462x500, 231:250, b636b670b50df4cc2f813808c5….jpg)

I gave directions to some tourists!


 No.36850

I'm making pizza for my family today.


 No.36853

>>36729

Post him!


 No.37473

Held open a door for a young boy with his bike.


 No.37483

Helped an exhausted athelete with three huge bags on and later off the bus.


 No.37494

File: 9d7b83f4f429503⋯.jpg (1.35 MB, 4030x5451, 4030:5451, 4DOUSP8.jpg)

I joined a gym and worked out today. Gave some cake to a flatmate.

Yesterday, dropped my dad to the airport and gave cake to another flatmate.

Day before yesterday, dropped my auntie home so she wouldn't have had to take public transit


 No.37542

File: 862b82b6e3427cc⋯.jpg (301.73 KB, 1936x1296, 121:81, Buddha_&_Ganesha_Idol_in_c….jpg)

>at second-hand shop

>grab gallon crock pot, because it'd be useful to have a second one to speed up bulk cookan

>in line

>guy behind me asks if there were others

>tell him it was the last one

>say "if you want it take it"

>after a bit he takes it and is grateful, tells me he's been looking for one for the past three months


 No.37544

Got a bag and a half of dry pasta from a housemate that is moving out, gave one full bag to the other housemate. That was 2 days ago though.

>>37542

>2 crock pots for bulk cooking

Wew, what are you cooking and why are you cooking loads of food?


 No.37565

I feel like this thread could be more active with advice on how to do good deeds. /kind/ness doesn't have to be gigantic overtures, it can be something simple, like holding a door.

What advice do you have for spreading /kind/ness in the world?


 No.37576

My advice is to treat oneself kindly. Strive to be honest with oneself and to always better oneself.

If we do that sincerely we'll mitigate our own suffering and the suffering of those around us


 No.37579

File: faeab2757ad455f⋯.jpg (669.09 KB, 3456x1944, 16:9, 2017-11-02 15.34.00.jpg)

>>37544

Homemade Greek yogurt. I go through 2-3 gallons every week.


 No.37585

>>37579

That is… a lot of yogurt. Wow. You put fruit and stuff in that, at least right? I can't imagine just eating straight plain yogurt that much.

>>37576

On a personal level, that's excellent advice.


 No.37612

sometimes when im at the supermarket short women ask me to get an item off the high shelves for them where they cant reach


 No.37637

>>37585

>You put fruit and stuff in that, at least right?

Mostly stevia, spices, or whatever else like oatmeal, flax, or even a means to make chicken sticky enough to be breaded. But mostly it's an ingredient with other things like veggie smoothies. Also, when plain, it tastes just like sour cream when put in a taco.


 No.37641

File: 0cb518c5c9ab52f⋯.png (200.97 KB, 640x863, 640:863, 0cb518c5c9ab52f6ed83e254ee….png)

>>37542

>his three month search came to an end because of your kindness

good work anon

though fucking hell how do you go through so much yogurt? you must be a big guy


 No.37686

(polite sage for off-topic on a slow board

>>37641

>though fucking hell how do you go through so much yogurt?

Am /fit/izen and it's my primary protein source.


 No.37739

File: f848e2def0732e8⋯.jpg (41.74 KB, 600x804, 50:67, serveimage.jpg)

Some /kind/ advice as we approach the Christmas holiday: Most grocery stores will be accepting food donations to poorer families, plus basic items tend to be on sale as stores​ focus on seasonal foods and items. You can grab some good hearty stuff for cheap and drop it off. If you don't trust the stores, then go directly to your local food bank or shelter and donate there. Even better, if you know someone who is really in need, deliver it directly and spend time with them!

Remember to post here and share the /kind/ness further if you do this, or any other good deeds this season


 No.37746

Was going to rescue a stray doggo but then saw he had his guts or something hanging from his belly, probably got run over earlier. Didn't have enough money to afford a vet for it as I was coming home from my unsuccesful job hunt and decided to walk to avoid spending on the bus fare, that's how tight my wallet is. So I left the doggo alone.

It's the intention what counts amirite?


 No.37747

>>37746

Is there not authority to alert about it? It could be a public health concern.


 No.37749

>>37739

Needed to buy laundry detergent yesterday. Remembered your post so i bought the 5 dollar non perishable food bag and put it in the good donation bin


 No.37751

File: 35f7648b19dbfeb⋯.jpeg (82.41 KB, 1024x640, 8:5, 35f7648b19dbfeb6825299c3d….jpeg)

>>37749

Great job!


 No.37763

>>37739

Can you please make q thread of cute Christmas animus please?

This pic u posted is the epitome of cute


 No.37778

I gave a woman that I met in a random chat room 10 USD because she said she was having trouble paying her bills.

I am unemployed. Hope the good karma comes my way.


 No.37880

Helped an older lady from Denmark at the train station to find the ticket office and the tourist information.


 No.37887

File: 0fe63f0830c40e8⋯.png (1.3 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 0fe63f0830c40e82bef269bf59….png)

I insult people who are considering suicide as an option.

I do it because the first reaction they have to someone trying to help them is to push away all chances of conversation.

By breaking that cliché, I get them to talk, and so I can convince them there is value in life and anything can be a surprise, even a guy trying to save your life in the worst possible way.


 No.37893

>>37887

Does it work?


 No.37900

File: 5efc63f0c35b307⋯.gif (72.03 KB, 287x344, 287:344, 5efc63f0c35b3075afa9b39a26….gif)

>>37893

Y-Yes anon, most times it does (if you're cunning enough).

It actually is a very good shit test, because if someone gets really mad at you for insulting them it means they were doing it for attentions, and they get angry cause you didn't give them their fix of (you).


 No.37904

>>37900

An insult is still a (you)


 No.37905

File: c4bfe7d126ed1d4⋯.jpg (37.47 KB, 800x741, 800:741, enough.jpg)

>>37887

>>37900

I'm sorry, but that's a really awful thing to do to someone. Being a dick to someone who's mentally unstable isn't charity. It's dangerous.

>if someone gets really mad at you for insulting them it means they were doing it for attentions

>nobody should get upset when I treat them like shit

The only reason anyone talks to anyone is for attention. You presumably made this post because you expected that someone would read it. If someone is suicidal and opens up to you, it's because they need at the very least a pair of ears to talk to, and usually emotional support.

The fact that you think this way tells me that you've never been in such a bad place yourself and have no qualification to talk about suicide.

>most times it does

And if it doesn't? Then you have blood on your hands. On your hands in particular. It's one thing to not help someone in need, but to actively antagonize them when their mental state is at its lowest is the act of a cold, cruel person. Don't try to hide your cruelty by pretending you're doing something righteous.


 No.37907

File: 2eb41a9233da1f6⋯.jpg (57.1 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, 2eb41a9233da1f6105580a2795….jpg)

>>37905

Reading comprehension, do you have it?

The insult is the first step, the way to break the ice.

After that it's veiled kindness only.

>The fact that you think this way tells me that you've never been in such a bad place

I guess those five years of my life meant nothing.

>And if it doesn't work?

Then I will have made an attempt.

I'm sure you realize most people will try the normal, nicest as possible attempt, right?

I try the cold attempt because I know if I fail then any other average Joe can save the guy by trying the only other way.

I'm maximizing the chances of saving a human life.


 No.37908

File: de44f55088f2d89⋯.jpeg (44.52 KB, 800x642, 400:321, drool.jpeg)

>>37907

Look, I only called you a cruel person as a way to break the ice and open a conversation, but now that you seem offended by what I posted, I can tell that you were only posting for attention anyway, so have a good day. :^)


 No.37909

>>37908

no bully


 No.37910

File: 806f9a6e02aefb0⋯.jpg (21.72 KB, 398x413, 398:413, downloadfile.jpg)

>>37908

Controlled cruelty is an important skill to have honestly. If you're constantly bending over backwards to appease everyone people will begin to not take you seriously at all. It's like telling everyone that they did a good job. When you really mean it, it'll have the same effect as when you were mostly saying it to be friendly. People react better to unkindness sometimes, inspiring them to prove them wrong rather than simply saying it's not their fault.


 No.37911

>>37900

What do you do if they don't get mad?


 No.37912

>>37907

>>37910

I agree with this anon. You don't know what is in his heart or mind to say he is being cruel or evil.

Sometimes you need to be tough. A surgeon cuts away at a patient to help him. Sometimes minor hurts are necessary to resolve major pains


 No.37914

File: 1183c6678592276⋯.gif (3.76 MB, 400x466, 200:233, sWUFURl.gif)

>>37911

Then you know that it's serious, and that they really need your help. Not the same anon, but I would think that it would be the time to talk to them about what's going on and all that.


 No.37917

File: 3bb3000be2ee58f⋯.jpg (907.39 KB, 2500x2500, 1:1, 3bb3000be2ee58f9ae981c0dea….jpg)

>>37911

It depends on the person, but I usually get them to talk.

I ask questions about their problems, and offer practical solutions.

If they tell me "I don't like that solution" I suggest they came as far as wishing to be dead, so they might as well give it a try since they have nothing to lose anymore.

If I know the person well I got way more bullets tho.

Recently I stopped a girl I knew from thinking about it by reminding her about how much her dad loved her, and she got deal sad, had a good cry and thanked me for reminding her.


 No.37918

>>37917

Really* sad


 No.37928

File: 0c46f20d746e259⋯.png (104.83 KB, 457x463, 457:463, 1469019104948.png)

>>37917

Friends, I need help.

My friend was suicidal again today despite me convincing them not to do it the other time, they're having a real bad time.

They told me "if I go missing for like a week, you know…" but I had them talk to me and I spent the day making them feel better.

I actually made a very stupid promise too…it will be hard to keep it but I hope it made them reconsider.


 No.37929

>>37928

If it's not clear they were about to do it this same day.

I'm concerned for their safety help.


 No.37952

>>37928

What has them suicidal? If we know, maybe someone here can offer solutions for their problems.


 No.37953

>>37928

tell them to get on /kind/

as a mostly suicidal person myself i don't really have any better advice, sorry :(


 No.37963

File: f814a546a65a938⋯.jpg (18.25 KB, 236x354, 2:3, f814a546a65a9381d9fc358766….jpg)

>>37952

They believe their life is going to only become worse in the future.

I'm not sure what's going to happen but I've been talking to them daily out of concern and they're appreciating it it seems.

>>37953

Do you need any help, anon…?


 No.37968

>>37963

>>37962

no. my suicidal tendencies come from borderline personality disorder. i mostly stave it off, even though i have urges and thoughts on a pretty daily basis.

with what i've been doing, which is planning on moving with my roommate to washington state and helping people who have troubles with stuff, i think ill have fun (and some stress) being around more people. and also going to conventions in seattle and seeing airshows there too (love the blue angels)

the suicidal tendencies are a side effect of my disorder. and its not treatable with medication. i don't really know if the way i deal with it is the right way, but it seems to work, guess i just have lots of willpower.

>>37960

if there's one thing i've learned they don't know that, you can't tell the future, people don't seem to really "get" that, like they'll understand it, but not fully "understand" it.

my life was filled with a lot of abuse and suicide attempts, basically my life is like some drama film, later on, i ended up in the ghetto, and saw a lot of gang violence. not sure how im still alive but i am.

anyway, my life is much better now. so ive learned that important lesson you cannot tell the future.

your friend just may need more support so they dont off themselves until the day comes where things do get noticeably better and they stop thinking about death and dying. and eventually, they may get to the point where they actually realize how much better their life is because they havent thought about suicide or how shitty the world can be. but of course, its possible life will get worse, or remain the same. :\ i dont wanna be a downer but thats how reality works.


 No.37971

File: 8ddf5ff1d9569ea⋯.gif (1.48 MB, 208x186, 104:93, 1392424172854.gif)

>>37968

Thanks for the advice, but i found a way.

I was EXTREMELY kind to them and promised them something stupid enough it gave my friend hope in life again.

They told me today i'm their inspiration and the reason why they're not doing it anymore.

Dance thread?


 No.37972

>>37971

congrats mate. glad you worked it out.

tbh i was fine earlier but im not anymore, ive looked over 8chan and most of what i see is hate and arguing and its really depressing.

it seems like things are going downhill in the world.


 No.37974

File: 557cff77feabef3⋯.gif (888.05 KB, 220x220, 1:1, 1470900779071.gif)

>>37972

>all I see is hate

You're wrong.

The internet removes your persona so you feel free to shit on others because you don't ffear consequences that's why Chans are like this.

We're simply a group of unlucky people, of course we would have repressed anger to vent.

Go out, buy yourself a cake and leave the lady the change.

Invite some friends or parents or whoever and share the cake with them while watching some Netflix or whatever.

The meaning of life is connecting with others, anon.


 No.37978

File: 6bd1e62715b876f⋯.jpg (1.17 MB, 1125x1687, 1125:1687, 414f19896e3dd59fbed4dcabd1….jpg)

>>37971

Congratulations Anon! Stopping people from comitting suicide is really hard for me, I'm proud of you!


 No.38002

File: c50f71d9f4004ff⋯.jpg (119.79 KB, 500x749, 500:749, 1467898733690.jpg)

>>37978

Thanks anon.

I hope it all winds up for the best between me and that person.

Worse case scenario my friend gets a nice life and forgets about me.

Best case scenario my friend always stays by my side no matter what.

But as long as they are happy, I'm alright with any of the two.


 No.38062

>>36771

Update: that woman turned out to be our most productive employee also she's really good with the whole team and everybody likes here.


 No.38121

>>36345

Not exactly today, but I was too tired last night to post. I had to stay late at work for a while because the office had a problem and so I sent my co-worker home. Turns out here buddy to walk home with bailed at the last minute and she lived in a bad part of town, so I offered to walk her home.


 No.38162

File: e07d119424bca1e⋯.webm (4.31 MB, 640x480, 4:3, raindrops and puddles.webm)

Helped someone's car out and over a pile of snow by pushing while they slammed the gas.


 No.38170

Spammed redpill, particulary robot-supremacy and exposing the alt-kike, in multiple boards.

feels good, man


 No.38478

Slammed the breaks to not hit a dog the ran across the street. Expected to get hit from behind but other guy also saw the dog running and slowed down. At the next traffic light we gave each other a thumbs up. Feels good man.


 No.38483

>>36345

Not gonna lie, that's a fairly radical nice thing to do, friend.


 No.38745

>waiting in line

>talking to gent

>he mentioned he has no job

>tell him about local store's open interview today

>he gets happy and tells me he's going as soon as he's done here


 No.38746

offered my battered mother to help her force my sociopath brother to go to his community service today. he's only 17 but he's already got multiple felons. she appreciated the offer for help but said "what's the point, he won't listen to you anymore than he does me." but i did make her smile.

joined a discord server.

exposed a bunch of incels to the wild and extremely alien idea that you can live happily without vagina. not sure how receptive they were to it, but they heard me loud and clear. hopefully they can find some tiny bit of happiness.

exposed a bunch of normals to the wild idea that maybe it's not such a good idea to use "think of all the people you'll be affecting" as their primary argument against suicide, because that argument is assuming that friends and family are a constant. i have no friends and only one family member who's suicidal herself and would simply join me happily if i died, so that is hurtful and YOU SHOULDNT JUST ASSUME EVERYONE IS FUCKING NORMAL AND HAS 1000 INSTAGRAM FOLLOWERS LIKE YOU DO ALL THE TIME

if someone's fucking suicidal then it's extremely likely they either have no friends and family or the ones they do have are shit so shut the fuck up and stop constantly looking for opportunities to brag about how socially successful you are.

and i know for sure they learned their lesson cause they did indeed shut the fuck up and had no arguments at all. they were usually very argumentative with me but not on this one because i'm right as fuck. so hopefully next time they give their normie anti-suicide talk about how great living is FOR THEM they'll at least leave out this one that's cruel as fuck and a lie.

all in all a productive day


 No.38760

>>38746

#2 and #3 seem like pretty rude things to do

just because you feel like you are a victim doesn't mean you can't act like an asshole


 No.39020

File: 7f3c187074799ea⋯.gif (999.75 KB, 500x249, 500:249, 8TTP.gif)

Hello nice friends! :D

I only now saw this board and I really like it. I was reading the posts and you've all done really good at being good. I wanted to share a little story if that is okay.

>Be me

>Out with friends to get limes from a store

>Waiting in car

>Guy comes out with some bags.

>He looks really sad, middle aged, glasses, overweight, half bald with a comb over, slouching

>Looks like the day had run him over

>Guy is loading bags into a Mini Cooper next to me

>Notice it's a sporty turbo charged one that had just been released at the time

>From my car I say "Hey!" to the man

>He turns to me still frowning and makes a big unhappy huff of air and flatly says "What?" like he expecting one last bad experience before getting home

>I smile at the man and point to the car while asking "Is your car half as fun as it looks?"

>He flatly says "No."

>Then he sets his glasses on his nose, he draws in a breath, he straightened his back, he puffs his chest out, and a sly smile shows up on his face

>In seconds he looks like a different person

>"It's twice as fun." he says in a cool tone

>While out another word he gets into the car and peels out of the parking lot with screaming tires

A few words can change someone's day for the better of worse so please keep this in mind and talk nicely to strangers. Strangers are just friends you don't know yet!


 No.39034

Saw a business have a water bowl out front for people who were coming in and had pets. Was a nice gesture given how hot it had been.


 No.39289

Been bringing home and giving my dad all sorts of food from work that was gonna be tossed: chili cheese dog, loaded fries, sausage pepperoni pizza slices, ham egg souffles, tendies, wings…

He's been doing a lot for me lately, so I had to return the flavor somehow!


 No.39293

File: cfdc0dc9de8b004⋯.jpg (7.37 KB, 180x101, 180:101, nintendoeshopblogroll-1531….jpg)

>>39020

This was a nice story anon. Also good job.

My good deed today is that I've started back the couch to 5k program. Gonna do some pushups. My good deed is towards future me


 No.39294

File: 6e171b96c495743⋯.jpg (70.84 KB, 299x296, 299:296, truth.JPG)

I shat in my own toilet this morning, rather than on my neighbour's lawn for a change.

I actually feel good about it.

I might do it more often from now on - using my own loo, I mean.


 No.39296

>Go to old age home to visit grandmother

>As I'm leaving, this older lady approaches me and say's she's happy that I've finally come to visit her.

>Apparently I look like her son Albert, doens't believe me when I say im not him.

>Oh well

>Walk around the old age home with lady, talk about her family

>Ask her how she's doing, express concern for her

>Probably made her day.


 No.39297

>>39296

It cost you nothing and I'm sure this meant a lot to her.


 No.39346

Didn't happen today, in fact I think it's actually been 3 years since then. Time really does go by pretty fast.

>Philosophizing with strangers on halfchan

>Some anon joins in and very obviously is in a really bad place emotionally

>Unbeknownst to him, his presence alone had a really positive impact on me because he was this really open and sympathetic sort of person who was extremely socially-aware (to put it in my own words) and was always making sure his conversation partners felt heard and respected, however without overdoing the act and coming off as annoying

>We replied to eachother back and forth for a long time and I tried my best to help and motivate him. I'm not sure anymore if he was suicidal, but if he was, I was trying hard to talk him out of it

>He was really touched by the things I said, thanked me and made me a lot of compliments, and in a way that convinced me he really meant everything he said and wasn't just being polite

>At the end he wanted to give me money via PayPal, saying that I deserve it for what I have done for him

>I couldn't accept it and instead told him to just be kind to others after he's taken care of himself, as a way to return the favor

>After a while he thanked me again in a really emotional post and left the thread with newly gained hope

Even though I'm poor, I'm an extremely materialistic person for a very specific reason and therefore was really happy about his offer, however I have no regrets about not taking him up on it. I was glad both about him and my decision that day.


 No.39352

>Really feeling tired after a longer stretch of work

>Just want to go home

>See new guy

>Still has a bunch of stuff needed done

>Everyone else gone

>Stayed extra 10 minutes helping him

>Extra five minutes getting my own paperwork done

>He was thankful


 No.39429

>>39296

Well done.


 No.39449

Complimented a girl's jacket; said it matched her hair and eyes.


 No.39489

File: 1cef5de27037b6d⋯.png (20.65 KB, 593x64, 593:64, wellshit.png)

This was yesterday, but I felt like sharing it anyway.

There was a guy on /christian/ posting in the prayer requests thread asking God to kill him, pic related, he posted it along with one saying he tried to sleep with a plastic bag over his head. I tried to comfort him and tell him that he needs help. I haven't heard what's happened to him, but I pray he's alright. If he's not, at least I tried.


 No.39490

File: 5f99115116a42b4⋯.jpg (1.01 MB, 1920x1200, 8:5, 5f99115116a42b457fd51be40a….jpg)

I didn't harm any life on purpose.


 No.39496

File: 87b3ef243d5fb45⋯.gif (3.47 MB, 375x350, 15:14, 87b3ef243d5fb4583aae71e0e3….gif)

I overheard a kid in a Walmart today ask his mom to by him a PS Plus card so he could play with his friends again, his mom said he couldn't afford it at the moment. So Bought him a 3 month card to enjoy.


 No.39552

>>39496

pretty good anon


 No.39566

File: 7f96823f2ab5d34⋯.png (70.05 KB, 600x720, 5:6, 7f96823f2ab5d34dc05308b3a1….png)

>>39496

well done


 No.39712

/kind/LY HOLIDAY REMINDER

>>37739

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>>37739

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 No.39713

File: 8f3b98f6821f48d⋯.png (284.52 KB, 722x937, 722:937, chrismasu.png)

>>37739

I bought some small gifts for some of my classmates and professor. I wish I hadn't bought them early because I already want to give them their gifts.


 No.39744

File: 7a5a9235c3f6f8c⋯.jpg (30.63 KB, 960x540, 16:9, 7a5a9235c3f6f8cb3ab0a6f108….jpg)

>Find out co-workers girlfriend has spent the last of his money

>He's planning on working through lunch, as he cannot afford food at this time

>Buy him a meal


 No.39745

>Walked up to Bulk Barn, craving some candy

>Think about friends at coffee shop I used to work at

>Surprise them with a bag of chocolates


 No.39904

Last year I helped an old blind man to switch trains at a train station. I went with him to the right platform and waited with him til his train arrived and made sure he got in and everything. While we waited for his train we chatted a bit. He was 82 years old and his wife has passed away some years ago. I told him how impressed I was that he was taking a train to visit a friend all by himself. He said he is still upbeat and he can't let his condition ruin what little life his has left. Tho being nearly full blind - he was down to 2% vision seeing only light and dark patches - is very hard. He used to be a painter and being unable to paint or look at things hurts.


 No.40109

File: 3abc597f858d543⋯.jpg (54.48 KB, 496x574, 248:287, 1535137416354.jpg)

>my dog was barking at nothing

>"oh fug no, I need to leave the comfort of my chair to go there and make her stop"

>the moment I left the door of my house, a woman (homeless) came at the front of my house

>she needed some fry oil and milk

>I have no idea where fry oil is at my home, so I gave her about 1,5L of milk

I don't remember doing a good deed, maybe that's because I don't leave home often, but it feels good to do such thing.


 No.40110

File: 1d2ec7873c5c216⋯.gif (795.08 KB, 240x135, 16:9, KindheartedConsiderateAbys….gif)

About a week ago I walked to a pizza joint to get a special on a large2topping take out. While walking back there was a dude in front of a 7-11begging for change. I gave him 1/4 of the pizza (3 slices) and he thanked me. Felt nice i guess. Also saved myself the additional empty calories.


 No.40112

File: cb141ae9f133ff6⋯.jpg (152.93 KB, 690x800, 69:80, 1402881344001.jpg)

I'm back with a new good deed.

>go out for groceries

>it's raining

>it's ok I have my umbrella

>a lady in her 50s is running to get to cover since she forgot hers

>go to her and escort her around so she doesn't get wet, as she puts her groceries into her car and then goes up to her door

She had the biggest smile after!


 No.40201

>>40112

I always love hearing these kinds of stories. I'm going to do something kind today, thanks /kind/.


 No.40462

>find spider

>catch it

>toss outside


 No.40463

>>40112

What is that on your picture? Is it a single species?




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