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Randomly pay for someone in line behind me
 
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375 people want to do this. 59 people have done this.
 
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Note added by Jennifer Shrock. 5 years ago
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Note added by Melody Smith. 5 years ago
On 9/13/13, at a Target in Plantation Florida, I paid for a gentleman's two cases of water. The cashier rang them up under my name and I just had a good feeling about this guy, so I said I'll go ahead and pick up the tab. He was exceptionally grateful and had an expression of shock and gratitude. Remembering this thought still brings me feelings of joy. Definitely worth doing no matter the price of the other person's item!
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Note added by Denise Meister. 6 years ago
McDonalds in Omaha, Nebraska
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Note added by Nathan Kennedy. 7 years ago
Happened yesterday (15th March 2013).
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Note added by Nikita Comstock. 7 years ago
Randomly paid for a teammate at subway that was in line behind me. 9/30/2012
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Note added by Laura DeMorst. 7 years ago
I'll probably do this at a toll booth.
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Note added by Ariel Leather. 8 years ago
i tipped a waitress 300% of the bill because she was awesome, and was having a bad day. Counting it because I was paying my good day forward, which is the essence of this one, if not exactly what I was going for.
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Note added by Sarah Turner. 8 years ago
Toll booth!
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Note added by Morgan Williams. 8 years ago
I kind of did this when our ward went to the Manti pageant on June 24, 2011. I asked one of the ladies volunteering there where to get ice cream. She said she didn't know, but that she'd love a chocolate ice cream cone. So I bought one and brought it back to her.
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Note added by Penny L. 9 years ago
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