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    40 Strangers Who Did Unbelievably Kind Things And Expected Nothing In Return

    People can be pretty great sometimes.

    1. This drenched, umbrella-wielding hero:

    A young man sheltering an old lady from hail while crossing the road [Tbilisi, Georgia]. from HumansBeingBros

    2. This kind Starbucks patron:

    Went to a Starbucks drive thru and the car in front of me paid for my order and told the worker to give this to me from HumansBeingBros

    3. This chef, neighbor, and all-around good person:

    I've been feeding the old man next door for about a month now. I ring him before I make dinner so I know to make extra. I just called to let him know what I'm making tonight: Broccoli Parmesan Farfalle and Lime-Frosted Carrot Cake. 'I look forward to this every day' he said.

    Twitter: @anthonyshock

    4. This out-of-this-world educator:

    This guy was outside of Walmart tonight from HumansBeingBros

    5. Willie:

    Go Willie! from HumansBeingBros

    6. This selfless restaurant:

    On the back door to a restraurant from HumansBeingBros

    7. This handy and helpful man:

    Driving across the country when my tire popped near KS/CO border. This guy pulled over within 30 seconds and helped me. If you are out there, thank you very much! from HumansBeingBros

    8. This prolific sign maker:

    Only in Australia from HumansBeingBros

    The sign reads, "SNAKE! Under car in around engine"

    9. This compassionate pizza shop owner:

    Pizza shop owner being a Pizza Bro from HumansBeingBros

    10. This older gentleman with wisdom to spare:

    Older gentleman teaches young guy how to tie his tie from HumansBeingBros

    11. These compassionate drivers:

    An older gentlemen’s electric scooter fell off the trailer at a stoplight. Instead of driving around and honking, everyone threw on their hazards and hopped out to help. from HumansBeingBros

    12. This thoughtful vending machine patron:

    It's the little things from HumansBeingBros

    13. These heart-wrenchingly sweet rowers:

    This note was left on the gate at the water this afternoon. No name or number left but whoever you are, rest assured your rose is in place in the middle of the lake.

    Twitter: @BVGSRowing

    The note reads, "Please can someone throw this into the lake for me? My late husband's ashes are in the lake and I can't get to the lakeside in my wheelchair anymore + gates are locked — have to drive back up north tonight. Thank you x"

    14. This concerned fish proprietor:

    My husband shared a story from work today and I couldn’t be prouder to have married him. It’s the little things people remember. from HumansBeingBros

    15. The whole country of Mexico:

    NEVER FORGET that Mexico sent troops and aid to help us after Hurricane Katrina.

    Twitter: @Patricia_DSC

    16. This complete stranger who went above and beyond:

    Someone drove 10 miles to deliver my purse home 2 days after I lost it. They didn’t take any of the money from it, and didn’t leave a name so I can’t thank them properly. So whoever you are, you are pretty hecking wonderful. from HumansBeingBros

    17. This great neighbor:

    damn my neighbor who I’d never met just busted serious ass to help me get my car out the snow so I could get my kids to school and was like ‘I’m from Kenya, we don’t just leave our neighbor to struggle.’ people are just great sometimes.

    Twitter: @saladinahmed

    18. Ahmed:

    High schooler Ahmed Muhammad was babysitting his niece and nephew when he learned they didn't like science. So he put together a do-it-at-home kit for them. Then, he turned it into a non profit to help other kids get excited about science. He just got accepted into Stanford.

    Twitter: @Goodable

    19. And Michael:

    Where an organisation can’t help you, a bro will :) from HumansBeingBros

    20. This considerate (and tall) concert-goer:

    For the very first time in my life, a tall person stood in front of me at a concert, looked back, asked “Can you still see?” and then answered themselves with “Of course you can’t, I’m like 6 feet tall,” and then MOVED. I wish so many blessings on their house

    Twitter: @AriYarwood

    21. This accommodating (and funny) pizza parlor staff:

    Pizza place delivers... on pizza and jokes. from HumansBeingBros

    22. This selfless and hardworking shoveler:

    Chicago, I need (10) volunteers to help me shovel for seniors tomorrow. I’m getting too many emails from elderly folks that need help. Meet me at the 79th St. Red Line stop at 10:00 am tomorrow. I got hoodies, hats and lunch for anybody that comes through. #formyblock

    Twitter: @mbmhmc

    23. This hydration advocate:

    Handing out drinks to construction workers from HumansBeingBros

    24. This unbelievably generous car owner:

    A text message exchange about selling a car where the seller decides to give the car away to free to someone in need

    25. These secret Santas:

    Someone left gifts for the homeless guy sleeping in the park from HumansBeingBros

    26. This concerned animal lover:

    Was reading at a coffee shop and saw this guy looking up vet services for an injured sparrow he had just found. from HumansBeingBros

    27. This leave-one-take-one jacket station owner:

    Sign in Dallas from HumansBeingBros

    28. This tech-savvy gas station patron:

    A minor example, but someone marked which button would silence the ads on the gas pump. from HumansBeingBros

    29. These kindhearted gamers:

    Thank you to these sweethearts! from HumansBeingBros

    30. This concerned classmate:

    I can’t remember ever directly speaking to this person yet they still reached out in my absence. It’s always the little things from HumansBeingBros

    31. This awesome front desk clerk:

    Saw this on FB and it gave me a smile. from HumansBeingBros

    32. This truck stop Santa Claus:

    A secret santa left gift filled Christmas stockings on all of the semi trucks at this Georgia truck stop from HumansBeingBros

    33. This restaurant that's making a difference:

    This Japanese restaurant in my hometown, which lost a ton of business during this virus mess, went out and fed the homeless population in my area today from HumansBeingBros

    34. This outpouring of support and assistance, which is a group effort:

    My MIL recently got out of an emotionally abusive relationship and is living on her own for the first time. My wife posted in a few local FB groups asking for people to donate some odds & ends. The response has been overwhelming! More still coming & over $600 in gift cards too!! from HumansBeingBros

    35. This clever individual whose small gesture made a big impact:

    Friend's sister lost her car key while jogging, someone else made sure she found it. from HumansBeingBros

    36. This understanding, cool-as-hell boss:

    This guy being a true boss from HumansBeingBros

    37. This drone-owning life saver:

    A Reddit stranger drove two hours and used his drone to recover Meadow, who was lost in the woods for 10 days. from HumansBeingBros

    38. This generous, difference-making husband:

    Husband still surprises me from HumansBeingBros

    39. These big-hearted city planners:

    Birds need bros too from HumansBeingBros

    40. And finally, this thoughtful bench-designer:

    This bench welcomes homeless people from HumansBeingBros

    h/t r/HumansBeingBros

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