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By Anonymous - / Saturday 23 July 2016 18:36 / United States - Ridgewood
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  BabooonLove  |  16

I had a person approach me in the street one time saying he was raising money to pay for his brother's funeral and needed $65 more. I handed him $5 and he rejected it saying $10 is minimum.

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  nix1993  |  37

Honestly my experience is that they are and they will be. I saw a man with a dog outside a shopping centre asking for money to buy food for both of them. It was Christmas and I'd just wiped out my savings buying the last of my gifts but I gave him the rest of the coins I had in my purse, which amounted to just over £7. He picked through it, sneered at me and called me a 'patronising bitch' for only giving him change when I 'could clearly afford more judging by my shopping bags'. Buskers on the other hand, I have always found to be grateful for whatever you give them.

By  stayydomii  |  21

You did a good thing. Too bad the ashore wasn't appreciative enough. Maybe he had a rough day and was taking out his anger on it. or maybe he's just an asshole. Good deeds don't go unnoticed though. :)

By  species4872  |  19

Your lucky he didn't slap you around with his cane.

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  species4872  |  19

Because they lack a sense of humor.

By  polsen4273  |  8

Nothing good ever happens when you give something for nothing

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