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If I was a homeless person and you bought me an egg mcmuffin I would not be that stoked. No one deserves to eat that shit.
A couple weeks ago I had a homeless man get pissed off at me because I wouldn't buy him a bottle of milk, after I agreed to buy him some food. I still bought him an orange juice and a veggie sandwich even though he was an ungrateful fuck.
Last weekend when CT got around 7 inches of snow, I got back from a long day of skiing and saw my neighbor, a 60 year old man with serious joint and back problems trying to SHOVEL his driveway. I ripped off my jacket and pants and got over there with my snowblower and told him to go inside and get some rest, it was around 10pm at this time. I snowblowed his whole driveway and sidewalk, shoveled the walkway up to the door and cleaned off all 4 of his cars, then I went home. Nevertheless I felt much better after I did.
Yesterday i saw a ni.... A real big man try tot steal a bike in broad day light do i stept up and told him to lease the bike and go away... Suddenly a couple of other big... Men came walking up to me threatining me that i was going to die if i didnt shut my mouth... So my girlfriend dragged me away. Thanks all the people around me for backing me up, Assholes... No more good deeds for me.
Whenever I'm having a shit day, I try and do
Something nice for someone. It always makes me feel better. I frequently spot customers the nicklr/dime, whatever they're short if they need. It always comes around. I also check to see of someone's behind me so I can hold the door for them as I go through, if necessary.
You said you didn't want to give some person milk. Why? That doesn't hurt the animal. Or maybe it is because of factory farming? But the orange juice and veggies you did provide hurt the environment just as much as milk, if not more.
Last week I gave a kid at my mountain some tips on how to get his 360s down. I remember how frustrating it was for me trying to learn them on my own and yesterday I saw him stomping them, that was a great feeling for me and I know he was stoked.