What Would You Do?

Imagine you are in line at the supermarket and the person right in front of you is desperate because they can’t pay for their groceries… Would you help? Check here what people did in this experiment…

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6 Responses to What Would You Do?

  1. The first woman acts so realistically that it made me tear while I totally agree with the last helper who reminds me of my previous boss. We all just need to hope. Hmm. . . What will I do if that happens, look for hidden cameras? Kidding! I will decide when that happens.

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  2. My Mother died when I was 2, My God sent Mom taught me being a helper is God’s gift of blessings to us.

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  3. theautismdoodle says:

    You know the doodle believes and lives by kindness. I would give even if I had to my bones back. Kindness is what makes our world a better place to wake up to every morning.

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  4. Karla says:

    Funny I should see this tonight. Just last night I was in Walmart and my debit card wasn’t accepting the full $239 bill I had. I was surprised as I’d just deposited several checks a few days ago – I think enough time had not passed for them to clear my bank before the funds became “available”. The lady behind me suggested to the cashier that she just put $200 on my card and she’d pay the extra $39. It was very kind of her to offer. I was feeling overwhelmed with my 4 children with me. My husband had died on September 17. And to be standing in line with not enough money for my purchases was a bit too much. However, I had $166 cash on me so put that against my bill and put only $73 on my debit card – which went through – so I didn’t have to take the lady up on her offer. But I won’t forget her offering and am grateful for kind souls like her. Thank you lady in the Statesboro, GA Walmart on September 29, 2014!

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  5. karlaskurves says:

    Funny I should see this tonight. Just last night I was in Walmart and my debit card wasn’t accepting the full $239 bill I had. I was surprised as I’d just deposited several checks a few days ago – I think enough time had not passed for them to clear my bank before the funds became “available”. The lady behind me suggested to the cashier that she just put $200 on my card and she’d pay the extra $39. It was very kind of her to offer. I was feeling overwhelmed with my 4 children with me. My husband had died on September 17. And to be standing in line with not enough money for my purchases was a bit too much. However, I had $166 cash on me so put that against my bill and put only $73 on my debit card – which went through – so I didn’t have to take the lady up on her offer. But I won’t forget her offering and am grateful for kind souls like her. Thank you lady in the Statesboro, GA Walmart on September 29, 2014!

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  6. Kevin says:

    Every one of these Nobel cause feel good groomed scenarios seems to portray a white male as some form of asshole. Its like everyone of these created scenes is a Trojan horse filled with negative bias towards a white male. The nobel causes are great but how many times has it been edited. How about going into more ethnic araes

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