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  • #1044220
    AvatarMisterDuck
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    today i randomly bought a box of 30 packs of crisps and shared them round the bus with my mate, mostly schoolkids on bus

    everyone was pleasently suprised but like “how weird”

    its a bit silly for it to be weird to be nice

    when it is no longer weird and abnormal to simply be nice to people, it’ll be a much better day-to-day life

    #1160255
    AvatarAnonymous

    often do things like that.

    #1218125
    AvatarAnonymous

    often do things like that.

    #1160276
    AvatarDaftFader
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    yeah random acts of kindness are cool :bounce_fl

    #1218145
    AvatarDaftFader
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    yeah random acts of kindness are cool :bounce_fl

    #1160263
    AvatarMisterDuck
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    MrAHC wrote:
    often do things like that.

    good on ya mate. some people are pleasently suprised, some people are like “you weirdo” :you_crazy

    #1218132
    AvatarMisterDuck
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    MrAHC wrote:
    often do things like that.

    good on ya mate. some people are pleasently suprised, some people are like “you weirdo” :you_crazy

    #1160256
    AvatarAnonymous
    boothy wrote:
    good on ya mate. some people are pleasently suprised, some people are like “you weirdo” :you_crazy

    i find most folk go for the latter. they aint used to stuff like that.

    #1218126
    AvatarAnonymous
    boothy wrote:
    good on ya mate. some people are pleasently suprised, some people are like “you weirdo” :you_crazy

    i find most folk go for the latter. they aint used to stuff like that.

    #1160269
    AvatarPlayground Politics
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    boothy wrote:
    today i randomly bought a box of 30 packs of crisps and shared them round the bus with my mate, mostly schoolkids on bus

    everyone was pleasently suprised but like “how weird”

    its a bit silly for it to be weird to be nice

    ยฃ1.50 for 30 packs of crisps from tesco, try it! or somethin similair… the reactions are pricless!

    fucking hippy, nahhh good on ya, i once bought a present for my mum for her birthday, she was like “fucking weirdo”

    #1218138
    AvatarPlayground Politics
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    boothy wrote:
    today i randomly bought a box of 30 packs of crisps and shared them round the bus with my mate, mostly schoolkids on bus

    everyone was pleasently suprised but like “how weird”

    its a bit silly for it to be weird to be nice

    ยฃ1.50 for 30 packs of crisps from tesco, try it! or somethin similair… the reactions are pricless!

    fucking hippy, nahhh good on ya, i once bought a present for my mum for her birthday, she was like “fucking weirdo”

    #1160272
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    I often share the wealth when out and about. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #1218141
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    I often share the wealth when out and about. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #1160264
    AvatarMisterDuck
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    the main point of this thread wasn’t me tryin to be like “ooh i was nice, how good am i” ๐Ÿ˜‰ honest!

    it was more

    when it is no longer weird and abnormal to simply be nice to people, it’ll be a much better day-to-day life

    #1218133
    AvatarMisterDuck
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    the main point of this thread wasn’t me tryin to be like “ooh i was nice, how good am i” ๐Ÿ˜‰ honest!

    it was more

    when it is no longer weird and abnormal to simply be nice to people, it’ll be a much better day-to-day life

    #1160267
    Avatarstarlaugh
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    I tried this as I had a couple of the boxes of smarties (large boxes) and was trying to offer them to people on the train when I was a bit wasted..

    Most people laughed and either took some or politely refused, but some tosser decided to have a right go at me.. called me a cunt and if I didn’t move away from him I was gonna get a punch!

    Told him to stop being a twat and brighten up… I then pointed out how impressed I was with the hight of his waist band on his trousers, which then caused me to cry in laughter :laugh_at: he just looked puzzled.

    Since then I haven’t bothered, however I did like the KitKat chunky someone sent to me through the internal post at work with a note saying “This is a random act of kindness, Enjoy!!”

    #1218136
    Avatarstarlaugh
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    I tried this as I had a couple of the boxes of smarties (large boxes) and was trying to offer them to people on the train when I was a bit wasted..

    Most people laughed and either took some or politely refused, but some tosser decided to have a right go at me.. called me a cunt and if I didn’t move away from him I was gonna get a punch!

    Told him to stop being a twat and brighten up… I then pointed out how impressed I was with the hight of his waist band on his trousers, which then caused me to cry in laughter :laugh_at: he just looked puzzled.

    Since then I haven’t bothered, however I did like the KitKat chunky someone sent to me through the internal post at work with a note saying “This is a random act of kindness, Enjoy!!”

    #1160271
    AvatarHeavy
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    When Boro played at Peterborough in the cup about 20 years ago I had a spare ticket.

    Tried to give it away in the pubs beforehand but everyone was sorted. As I went through the turnstile a bloke started freaking out cos he’d lost his ticket.

    His reaction when I passed him my spare one was priceless. I think he just stopped short of offering me his wife for the night.:weee:

    #1218140
    AvatarHeavy
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    When Boro played at Peterborough in the cup about 20 years ago I had a spare ticket.

    Tried to give it away in the pubs beforehand but everyone was sorted. As I went through the turnstile a bloke started freaking out cos he’d lost his ticket.

    His reaction when I passed him my spare one was priceless. I think he just stopped short of offering me his wife for the night.:weee:

    #1160257
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    boothy wrote:
    when it is no longer weird and abnormal to simply be nice to people, it’ll be a much better day-to-day life

    in semi rural areas and amongst older communities its still like that to an extent

    a lot of people are paranoid only because they’ve had bad experiences before – in London the most common way of someone getting robbed is a person there age initially being friendly.. and some Londoners deliberately seek out “old style friendly bumpkin communities” to turn them over (even on the alternative scene it happens)

    #1218127
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    boothy wrote:
    when it is no longer weird and abnormal to simply be nice to people, it’ll be a much better day-to-day life

    in semi rural areas and amongst older communities its still like that to an extent

    a lot of people are paranoid only because they’ve had bad experiences before – in London the most common way of someone getting robbed is a person there age initially being friendly.. and some Londoners deliberately seek out “old style friendly bumpkin communities” to turn them over (even on the alternative scene it happens)

    #1160268
    Avatarstarlaugh
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    Heavy wrote:
    When Boro played at Peterborough in the cup about 20 years ago I had a spare ticket.

    Tried to give it away in the pubs beforehand but everyone was sorted. As I went through the turnstile a bloke started freaking out cos he’d lost his ticket.

    His reaction when I passed him my spare one was priceless. I think he just stopped short of offering me his wife for the night.:weee:

    My mate did something similar with Live8 tickets or something like that (sure he had to pay for the tickets) well he went down to the place where the event was and touts were trying to buy the tickets off him but he wasn’t having any of it. Then the touts tried to sell tickets to a bloke so my mate ran over and just handed the bloke the tickets and told him to have a good day! :weee:

    #1218137
    Avatarstarlaugh
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    Heavy wrote:
    When Boro played at Peterborough in the cup about 20 years ago I had a spare ticket.

    Tried to give it away in the pubs beforehand but everyone was sorted. As I went through the turnstile a bloke started freaking out cos he’d lost his ticket.

    His reaction when I passed him my spare one was priceless. I think he just stopped short of offering me his wife for the night.:weee:

    My mate did something similar with Live8 tickets or something like that (sure he had to pay for the tickets) well he went down to the place where the event was and touts were trying to buy the tickets off him but he wasn’t having any of it. Then the touts tried to sell tickets to a bloke so my mate ran over and just handed the bloke the tickets and told him to have a good day! :weee:

    #1160265
    AvatarMisterDuck
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    General Lighting wrote:
    in semi rural areas and amongst older communities its still like that to an extent

    a lot of people are paranoid only because they’ve had bad experiences before – in London the most common way of someone getting robbed is a person there age initially being friendly.. and some Londoners deliberately seek out “old style friendly bumpkin communities” to turn them over (even on the alternative scene it happens)

    yeah i wouldnt go upto someone on the street and do it, i’d be wary if someone did that to me. on a bus it werent too bad tho.

    i remember in bradford some teenage lads came upto us (a few years back) and were like “scuse mate, do you know the time?” and i said “yeah blah blah” and they went “just check to make sure will ya? on your mobile…” so i pointed to a big clock behind them and they went “it might be wrong”

    i laughed, what a shit attempt at getting someone to pull out their phone.

    #1218134
    AvatarMisterDuck
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    General Lighting wrote:
    in semi rural areas and amongst older communities its still like that to an extent

    a lot of people are paranoid only because they’ve had bad experiences before – in London the most common way of someone getting robbed is a person there age initially being friendly.. and some Londoners deliberately seek out “old style friendly bumpkin communities” to turn them over (even on the alternative scene it happens)

    yeah i wouldnt go upto someone on the street and do it, i’d be wary if someone did that to me. on a bus it werent too bad tho.

    i remember in bradford some teenage lads came upto us (a few years back) and were like “scuse mate, do you know the time?” and i said “yeah blah blah” and they went “just check to make sure will ya? on your mobile…” so i pointed to a big clock behind them and they went “it might be wrong”

    i laughed, what a shit attempt at getting someone to pull out their phone.

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