What is your favorite way to pay it forward?

What is your favorite way to pay it forward?

Peaches2000 Peaches2000
I work with a gal who pulled up in the drive thru to pay for her daily coffee and the women at the window said it had been taken care of. The guy in the truck in front of her had already paid for her order. I kept thinking "What a nice way to make someone's day and pay it forward."

Hence, my question...
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Geogeo Geogeo
My fater let someone cut in line at a drive thru about a year ago and to thank him she paid for our coffee.

I like to give books away. There was this big pay it forward book giveaway in my city a few weeks ago, that apparently occurred all over the world.
04/24/2012
Badass Badass
Quote:
Originally posted by Peaches2000
I work with a gal who pulled up in the drive thru to pay for her daily coffee and the women at the window said it had been taken care of. The guy in the truck in front of her had already paid for her order. I kept thinking "What a nice way to ...
That really was a nice move...

I don't generally buy things for folks, but I try to hold doors open for the next person or let the person with 5 items behind my full cart at the grocery store go ahead of me... I know it's not quite "paying it forward" but I do what I can.
04/25/2012
Peaches2000 Peaches2000
Quote:
Originally posted by Geogeo
My fater let someone cut in line at a drive thru about a year ago and to thank him she paid for our coffee.

I like to give books away. There was this big pay it forward book giveaway in my city a few weeks ago, that apparently occurred all ...
That's really cool! I had no idea...I like the idea of books!
04/25/2012
Peaches2000 Peaches2000
Quote:
Originally posted by Badass
That really was a nice move...

I don't generally buy things for folks, but I try to hold doors open for the next person or let the person with 5 items behind my full cart at the grocery store go ahead of me... I know it's not quite ...
I think it is the little things that matter. Complimenting a person's shoes or saying a friendly hello makes a difference in someone's day.
04/25/2012
lisasharrer lisasharrer
Quote:
Originally posted by Peaches2000
I work with a gal who pulled up in the drive thru to pay for her daily coffee and the women at the window said it had been taken care of. The guy in the truck in front of her had already paid for her order. I kept thinking "What a nice way to ...
that would bie nice
04/25/2012
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