Good Deeds from Reddit

Here are a couple of random good deeds as recounted on Reddit:

1) Rmanager wrote, “There is a local seafood restaurant that is overpriced and has terrible service. They are one of the only places I can get boiled crawfish so I drag my wife there in season. We are almost always disappointed. One day we happened to catch a terrific server. My beer was never empty and she anticipated all of our needs. We watched her handle her section so well she changed our opinion of the place. Not only did we compensate her, we brought the ticket to the manager and let her know why. The waitress started crying.”

2) sparklex2 wrote this in response to the question “Ladies, how you ever bled through your clothes during your period in public? How do you deal with the embarrassment?”: “Okay, so this may be a bit irrelevant, but this reminds me of a cute story that happened to my friend in high school: She realized halfway through class her period came, and it was all over her seat. The bell rang, and everyone rushed out (including me!) but her. Our male teacher asked if she needed anything, and she admitted what happened. He immediately grabbed a few tissues and gave her cleaning supplies so she could wipe it up. Luckily for her, it was the last class of the day. He then took off his flannel and let her wrap it around her waist while she went to the bathroom and cleaned herself up. She went to return it to him, but he let her take it home so she wouldn’t have to walk around with bloody pants. She had the BIGGEST crush on him after that. He was pretty cute too 🙂 tl;dr- Friend bled in class. Super cute, good guy teacher took off his flannel for her to wrap around her waist to avoid embarrassment.”

For Further Information: jdm0212, “Waiters/Waitresses of Reddit, what’s something that I, as a customer, might do that’s incredibly irritating, even if I’m oblivious to it?” Ask Reddit. 18 October 2013

For Further Information: walkingbloodstain, “Ladies, how you ever bled through your clothes during your period in public? How do you deal with the embarrassment?” Askwomen. Reddit. 18 October 2013

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