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Posted 6/11/16
I'm that kid at school that gives you a pencil or a pen when you ask. Does that count?
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38 / F / Lufkin Texas
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I would probably help someone out who didn't have much or who have lost everything in a storm that's what I would probably do?
Or I would probably give a book or something to help a person
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19 / M / east coast. Let t...
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I help out my family when asked.
When I help people online it's usually just by listening to what they have to say and giving whatever advice I can.
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I am here to help you all. Do not despair, for I have opened an all male harem. Come to me, my little concubines.
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Posted 6/11/16

DazaiShinju wrote:

I am here to help you all. Do not despair, for I have opened an all male harem. Come to me, my little concubines.


Sending PV your way.
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Jackalope82 wrote:


DazaiShinju wrote:

I am here to help you all. Do not despair, for I have opened an all male harem. Come to me, my little concubines.


Sending PV your way.


He didn't need directions. He found it immediately. I'm still recruiting for members...
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I've helped a number of people.

I let an homeless person sleep in mine on a cold night. A person who was builded non stop I brought into my group and he grew so much he didn't need help any longer. I've taught people math and english. I went 4 hours out of my way for a old woman in work to change a lightbulb, even though it wasn't my job.

The amount of good we do to people through out our lives is incalculable... well for most people, other are just c**ts


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I have done other things to help people, but I'm not willing to put it on here as it isn't my place to put such things here.
Posted 6/11/16
I often try when it is I who need the savin, but that's me with no regrets. and fail spectacularly to merit a cookee. ;_;
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Posted 6/11/16

Yume_Mirai wrote:

I often try when it is I who need the savin, but that's me with no regrets. and fail spectacularly to merit a cookee. ;_;


Most people who do good things, generally do them because they hope people will be nice to them in the future.

So many people have helped me in the past and some I don't even know of.
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16 / F / Kuto-ko Tokyo Japan
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Posted 6/13/16
A 5 years old boy always waiting for me at the hospital park I play with him always but he doesn't know that I am the person who always give him a donor blood.
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There was a young man down on his luck who felt there was nothing else to live for. I told him that the world is filled with beauty and he just needs to open his eyes. He did not believe me, so I disrobed right then and there and he was convinced that beauty still existed. I also served fifty hours of community service.
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25 / M / Cheyenne, WY
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Posted 6/14/16
My best friend keeps telling me how much she really appreciates my support. Last time she came to visit she told me '"You are the reason I still have faith in humanity." I don't know what she's talking about honestly, I owe her a life debt and am only doing what little I can to repay her for all she's done for me. If that's so uncommon then I can see her point about humanity.

That said, I live in Wyoming which believe it or not is a very neighborly state. People are actually more likely to stop and help you here if you are pulled over on the highway with your hood popped up - I did so myself on my commute back to Laramie one night. I wasn't able to help them but they did appreciate the fact I stopped to help.

Around last Christmas I witnessed an older lady fall and sprain her ankle in the Walmart parking lot, which was iced over. I dropped my groceries and went over to help her up along with a few of her family she had been with at the time. It was 10 below zero and she started feeling cold while we were sitting at the bench waiting for the paramedics, so I loaned her a spare blanket I had in the back of the car. Later she called from the hospital wanting to set up arrangements for me to pick said blanket up, I told her it wasn't necessary and that she could keep it (it was Christmas after all). During the last few major blizzards we've had, Ive stopped to help people who've gotten stuck in the snow. It's minor things, and nothing necessarily unique to this city, but it's often the little things that make people feel the most welcome. You never know when a selfless act of kindness can sway a person on the verge of giving up on life or on humanity.
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