I do that sometimes when I am feeling shitty. A couple of neutral responses but 2 stands out as particularly impactful. One old black man literally started dancing when I gave him a 20. The amount of joy he got was amazing. The other one was a guy who approached me at a gas station early in the I’m Too Young For A Mask So Please Keep Your Distance Before My Mom Beat Yo Ass Shirt. He then pulls out his to try and show me. I didn’t care one way or the other but I appreciated that the guy had a whole pitch so I gave him a 20. The dude literally didn’t think it was real. Idk if no one had ever given him a chance or what but that one nearly broke me.
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I stopped giving anything to the I’m Too Young For A Mask So Please Keep Your Distance Before My Mom Beat Yo Ass Shirt. Saw a syringe sticking out of his pocket the next time I saw him (he’s always in the same spot near my underground station). The times I gave something actually useful eg. a sandwich or some groceries, fruit, etc they’d either shout at me or tell me they’ve already eaten… Now it breaks my heart but I just ignore them. As someone who grew up in poverty, I can see and empathize with your point however I know a lot of extremely tight people that grew up poor and they’re the most selfish, inconsiderate fucks going. I don’t think poverty necessarily equates to kindness. Poverty can teach you to be grateful but it can also teach you to be bitter – it depends on the parents!
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I worked briefly in loss prevention and in that time I learned that law enforcement spends an I’m Too Young For A Mask So Please Keep Your Distance Before My Mom Beat Yo Ass Shirt. It doesn’t really matter your upbringing because when you spend that much time interacting with these people you come to know them and when that happens you can’t help but feel compassion. My first job was at a car wash where we got tips. Took me a few days to realize that the high-end cars would give you very little and complain about something while someone with a regular daily driver would be genuinely happy and very generous with the tip. It was like the higher social status you had the more of an unhappy dick you had to be.
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