Pay it Forward: Thank You Kind Man at Subway

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Dear Kind Elderly Man Behind me in Line at Subway,

I just wanted to say thank you for the tuna fish sandwich, SunChips®, and apple juice you bought for me earlier today after I got to the counter, only to realize I had left my wallet in the car. Although I left the stuff I ordered at the counter, then ran out to my car – conveniently parked directly behind Subway – to get my wallet, when I came back in, the cashier told me you had already paid for my meal. But you already left the store so I never got a chance to tell you that you are awesome, made my day, and we are lucky to have kind people like you in the world.

That is all 🙂

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10 Responses to Pay it Forward: Thank You Kind Man at Subway

  1. Angels come in many guises Christine 😀 Thankfully!

  2. Just when I had lost faith in humanity there is your lovely story. We need more of those.

  3. Thanks for sharing this positive post, nice to see that we still have living angels 😀

  4. spudart says:

    What a sweet gesture!

  5. Love this! Thanks for sharing. This is a great reminder of how kind some people are, AND what a relief to read a piece of news that is so heartwarming. Thankyou for sharing once again!! have a super weekend x x

  6. Eric says:

    I love random acts of kindness. What a great post to start my day!

  7. Your wonderful story will inspire others to do the same!

  8. So nice to read this story. You’ve already repaid him by sharing the story of his kindness.

  9. It is because you are adorable.

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