Good Deeds Do Come Back [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago Misc

Faith in humanity restored.
There are 34 comments:
Male 37,889

If I were homeless {and I still could be one day, you never know}
my sign will say, [quote]"You`d need a drink too if you had my life!" [/quote]


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Male 2,143
I hope it`s true.
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Male 2,711

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Male 37,889
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Male 37,889

tedgp - I am quoting him correctly!
He said to me personally {we were very close}.
You weren`t even there!
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Male 452
Now he`s twenty dollars in the hole...gee, I wonder how he ever became homeless in the first place.
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Male 3,285
Gerry... it`s " Never believe what you read on the internet. - Abraham Lincoln".

At least quote the fake quote correctly.
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Male 37,889
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Male 2,390
I bet you saw that quote on the internet didn`t you Gerry. Gotta be true if it`s on the internet
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Male 37,889

Andrew155, [quote]"I`m tired of completely unverifiable internet stories." [/quote]
"The problem with Internet Quotes is they are most likely made up." - Abraham Lincoln
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Female 2,027
aww
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Male 2,514
Yay! Now that can buy more pooty bling from H&M!
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Male 1,341
We were on our way home from grocery shopping when we saw a guy holding a sign. Something along the lines of "please help, very hungry." We gave him a loaf of bread, he gave us a disgusted looked and tossed it over his shoulder.

Another time, guy was begging on a street corner, I stopped at the light making my turn and informed him that the gas station down the road was hiring. He told me to f*ck off.
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Male 7,775
After throwing about a pound in change that I had to a homeless guy he said, is that it? F*** em, I`ve never bothered since.
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Male 3,081
pmsl Gerry... I like those.


I saw a homeless guy once and the top of his coat was moving and shaking about and people were throwing their change into it.

I asked him if it happened a lot and he said

Yes...it`s my lively hood.




Ah...the old ones are the best. Especially if they`re Tommy Cooper`s.
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Male 17,512
OldOllie

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Male 13,624
Welcome to the 21st century
a world of scamming and caddishness
rather like the last few hundred years mind
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Male 2,578
I`m tired of completely unverifiable internet stories. They`re probably not true. I could take a picture of a hundred bill and type a heart warming paragraph onto the picture and it would reach #1 on reedit. How fickle the people can be.
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Male 4,014
One time in France I was confronted by a gaggle of gypsy children, pleading for help. Little did they know that not 20 minutes prior I had seen their head gypsy yelling at them all to listen up and learn the proper way to grift.

See I had overhead them all speaking perfect english as they planned. They clearly targeted the english speakers with their tales of sorrow.

Some approached me, asked if I spoke english, to which I replied in my normal american accent, "I`m sorry, I don`t speak engligh," and walked away, speaking english to my wife as we moved on.

Watch out for them. The scam is for the talking to engage you in conversation, while her hoard of gypsy children sneek up from being and pick your pockets. Luckily for me, all my cash and cards was in a pouch around my neck under my shirt. Yes, I was a tourist, there to see the sites and also protect my money - nothing more.
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Male 4,014
Did he saw that all he saw was GREAT EXPECATIONS FOR HER?

And did later, an anomonous benefactor pre-pay her schooling so that should become a proper lady of high-society working with Ms. Wikersham?

Also a southpark reference here...
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Male 2,516
I can`t believe OldOllie watches south park. You`ve just vindicated yourself in my book.
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Male 37,889

I was gonna give my change to a homeless guy today, but his sign said "ONE DAY IT COULD BE YOU."

So I held onto it, just in case he was right
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Male 37,889

I used to volunteer in a soup kitchen.

At closing time, they get quite resentful when you say, "Come on, some of us have got homes to go to."
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Male 37,889

I tried to share a kebab with a homeless guy I saw sitting on a bench last night.

He told me to piss off and buy my own.
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Male 37,889

I asked a pretty, young, homeless woman if I could take her home, and she said yes with a provacative smile.

Then I walked off with her cardboard box.
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Male 12,138
Today I gave a homeless guy my pack of smokes. That`s all I got.
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Male 15,832
One time I gave a homeless person a dollar.

He said, "I need about tree fiddy."

"What?" I asked.

"I need about tree fiddy," he repeated.

On closer inspection, I was horrified to find out that this was no homeless person at all; it was the goddamned LOCH NESS MONSTER!!!
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Male 612
he then proceeded to give her hep c.
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Male 382
Faith in humanity ? What side of the door are you on? Having ( unfortunately) been on both sides at some point, and a second time just to see if I missed something. Handouts are what people do so they feel better about themselves. offering that same $30 at once to buy a pair of shoes or a jacket or similar is a hand up, not a hand out. Better yet, just once in your life, take a homeless person that needs help and get them cleaned up and back on track. Sometimes it takes no money at all. Just a bit of your time and a little bit of Humanity. We could all gain from something so simple. Like nuking N Korea. Why wait when we can fix any future problems now. Here`s a little help guys, we have lots of unused bombs, Save the money building and testing, we will just come by and drop off all our old ones. Handout and a handup at the same time. They save money and we get rid of junk. Opp`s forgot to take out the trigger
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Male 36,509
It would be nice if it were true, but I seriously doubt it.
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Male 2,841
So I guess I should give everything I own to crackhead suzy down the street then.
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Female 1,540
I really hope this is true.
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Male 462
This guy gives Fancylad a run for his money
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Female 8,044
Link: Good Deeds Do Come Back [Pic] [Rate Link] - Faith in humanity restored.
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