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Crackhouseceilidhband asks: Has anyone ever been nice to you, out of the blue, for no reason? Have you ever helped an old lady across the road, even if she didn't want to? Make me believe that the world is a better place than the media and experience suggest

(, Thu 9 Feb 2012, 13:03)
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me and my mate phil
when we were younger (maybe 12/13) in winter would go around the old peoples bungalows round where we lived and clear the snow and ice from their paths. We didn't ask for money, they'd sometimes bring us a mince pie, but we did it to keep the old dears safe.
One of them wrote to the local paper to say that not all kids are mischievous, and thank us.
My mum kept the paper clipping.
(, Thu 9 Feb 2012, 13:22, 4 replies)
This is so great
that i'm beginning to regret voting against this qotw
(, Thu 9 Feb 2012, 14:56, closed)
"my mum fixed the paper clipping..."
...and promised to let us have a week off from being followed around by a team of snipers with orders to shoot off our testicles if we didn't bow and scrape to our elders and betters for being such good boys.
(, Thu 9 Feb 2012, 17:26, closed)
at least quote it right if ya gonna take the piss

(, Thu 9 Feb 2012, 20:02, closed)
I was responsible for some kids doign this a couple of eyars ago
Lots of snow nad they were looking for more. I suggested that if they knocked and houses and asked if they could clear the driveways they would a) get tons of snow and b) maybe get rewards from the ncier neighbours. They made £27 and a lovely igloo that lasted for a week after the snow had gone.
(, Fri 10 Feb 2012, 12:48, closed)

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