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Compliments People Never Forgot Receiving

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the unforgettable compliments that people received. We're all just trying to make it through the day with the least amount of fails as possible. When we receive those spontaneous, occasional morale boosts from kind strangers and friends alike it can work wonders for lifting up the spirits. 

People describe the compliments they received and never forgot about | WeReWaTcHiNgYoUU 20h About 4-5 years ago girl my college class said had nice pants looked at those pants like they were cure cancer after day. Reply 9.7k
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Wholesome Wednesday: Uplifting Greentexts

There will always be a fail lurking around the corner. Every attempt is ripe for a mistake that eventually might find its way back here. So, let's take a quick break from the fails and misfortunes of the folks just trying to make it through a day without making a mess along the way. Let's kick back and enjoy some wholesome moments from people that are enjoying a good moment from life. Brace yourself, the feels are strong in this post. 

Wholesome greentexts that will uplift people's spirits | Anonymous >Havent been so happy lately >So stressed feel like need escape >But its not just Miraculously have family to0 >But makes even more stressful >My mind feels like balloon, stretched full with toxic worries >Today take my son school day >l just stood there with him silently, caught this negative feedback loop shame and stress >He took my hand >And squeezed warmly looked down at him, smiling
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Man Buys An $1800 Bike For $100 From Thief, Returns To Owner

Twitter user @SteBurke44 is out here restoring people's faith in humanity. It turns out that a bike he'd purchased off someone had been stolen, and was actually worth $1800. As luck would have it, he was contacted by the original owner of the bike and able to get it back to him. It's moments like these that remind us there are still good people out there just trying to help keep the world's fits of chaos relatively manageable. 

Good guy buys an $1800 bike for $100 off a thief, and proceeds to return it to the owner | tweet by SteBurke44 Has anyone had their bike stolen? Just bought this 80 and 's got bike lock on Apparently 's Crosby area. Bought so can get back right owner know 's 1350 bike and id be heartbroken if Give us shout
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Little Brother Writes Emotional Notes For Sister Crying In The Bathroom

When Twitter user @annieedagrannie, found herself in the middle of crying in the bathroom, her little brother surprised her with a series of emotionally supportive and loving notes. Sometimes, your siblings just step up when you need it the most and aren't ready for it at all. 

Little brother writes emotional notes for his sister while she's crying in the bathroom | tweet by annieedagrannie so locked myself bathroom bawling my eyes out and next thing know my 10 year old brother slides these notes under door don't deserve him
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This wholesome video pulls on all the heart strings. These two brothers stole their dad's 1969 Norton Commando, had it restored, and ended up gifting it back to him for Christmas. 

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Canadian Guy's Story About Answering Random Payphone Will Surprise You With Optimism For Humanity

The following takes place in Bloordale, which is a neighborhood in Toronto. It simply does NOT get more Canadian than this. There's a warm feeling in my heart after following this Twitter thread, and there's a strong chance it's good feels. What is this. Lesson learned: Don't underestimate the overwhelming kindness of Canadian strangers!

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