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Working Dude Gets Help from Stranger's Act of Kindness in 4 Images

Anyone who's put in a full day's work in the wrong shoes can attest to this one. The idea of not having enough money to go to work is completely absurd and stupid, and it's awesome that this stranger helped out this guy on principle. For another act of generosity, here's a  random act of kindness from a total stranger using a Redbox rental.

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A Grateful Woman's Story About The Heroic Kindness Of A Stranger In 8 Tweets

An inspiring tale of kindness in turmoil. This woman's life was struck by a tragic and terrifying disaster. Then, on her birthday of all days a brave stranger stepped up to make her special day worth smiling over. This is just the kind of story that restores our faith in humanity (temporarily). 

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kindness One Woman's Festive Impulse Act of Kindness Got So Popular It Might Become a Tradition
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Caroline Macrory started a trend by leaving gifts on the doorstep of someone who needed them and running away. She called this the Doorstep Challenge and this act of kindness has really caught on. 

Even a few local businesses have joined in. 


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Macrory's goal is bringing people together to make life a little easier. She told Mashable, "Basically the concept of the ‘doorstep challenge’ is to reach out to those in our community who might be struggling at this time of year for one reason or another and spread a little Christmas cheer."

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That must have been some pretty tasty gumbo.

A man in Washington, D.C. was so satisfied with his meal at Blue 44 on Monday, that he decided to tip the staff $2000 on top of his $93 bill.

He wrote a note at the bottom of the receipt clarifying that the amount was to be split between three people: $1000 for chef James Turner, and $500 each for the owner Christofer Nardelli and bartender Laura Dally.

His meal consisted of fried chicken, gumbo and some Old Chub Scotch Ale, according to theWashington Post.

And the anonymous patron told Nardelli that he did it because he is “very happy with what we’ve built and that he’s proud to be a customer.”

The restaurant posted a picture of the gumbo on Facebook Thursday, hoping to bring in some new customers thanks to all the publicity.

“The now famous Generosity Gumbo!” they wrote. “Chicken and Andouille sausage gumbo is still on special, so stop by and try a bowl of your own!”