Random acts of kindness are the sparks of mankind that kindle compassion and goodwill. Offering a stranger a smile, lending a helpful hand, or leaving a meaningful letter can produce ripples of kindness in a world that can feel rushed and distant at times. On TikTok, a Subway employee identified as @insanekoshka got accolades for her friendly attitude toward single parents dining with their children. She re-posted a viral video of an Asian restaurant employee generously filling a to-go order with orange and pepper chicken, imbuing it with fresh meaning. Kitty described in her video, which has been viewed over 6.6 million times since it was posted on July 20, how she makes an order when a single parent arrives with two or more children, ensuring they all have plenty to share.
"No, I won't charge you for the drinks," she adds in the caption. I won't tell if you take them." Kitty tells the Daily Dot that she can identify to the issue because it happened to her as a child. She knows what they can afford to give away since she understands supply and demand in her profession. When she sees someone who appears to be going through a difficult time or who is attempting to be thrifty by skipping something they can't afford, she doesn't hesitate to give them what they want. It's not a big issue to her, especially because it would have gone to waste anyhow.
Regarding her childhood, Kitty says she understands what it's like to be raised by a mother who does everything she can to make ends meet while still ensuring her children's pleasure and well-being. She continues by saying that many people in the comments have asked her how she knows whether someone is a single mother. She argues that she can just tell from her own experiences. When she comes across someone in a similar predicament and knows she can help them, even if it's a tiny gesture, she will surely do so. She emphasizes that her activities are compassionate and careful, taking care not to injure anyone involved.
In the comments area, some people recounted their own stories of performing similar acts of compassion for customers. "I've given people extra everything at every job I've worked," @spicytoes said. The businesses will survive. People could die." "I got fired for doing this once," said @rook_moonhammer. Every second is worthwhile. Family members arrived hungry at the Pizza Hut where I worked. I gave them my employee lunch. "The boss also had a fit." @summer..ok could identify to the issue, adding, "Had to watch my dad starve so my brother and I could eat." Customers remember these random acts of generosity as well; as @smudge.._ put it, "I always gave people one extra nugget or one extra donut hole at my job because I always got excited when it happened to me."
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