Random acts of kindness are bound to put a smile on anyone’s face, especially if you’re on the receiving end. And once you’re through the initial shock of experiencing unconditional respect and love towards you in the form of a random kind act (given random anxiety doesn’t kick in), you can’t but share your feelings online. And maybe pay it forward, but that’s an article for another day.

Creative and radio host Maggie Fisher has recently gone to Twitter with one such act. Namely, a guy approached her, got her some whiskey, told her he respects her vibe, and left, leaving her quite perplexed. And, what is more, her post soon went on to become extremely viral on Twitter, currently carrying nearly 350,000 likes with a bit over 14,000 retweets.

Random acts of kindness are sure to put a smile on anyone's face, especially if it's as random as this story

Image Credits: Ricardo Moraleida

But wait, there’s more! Random people on the internet started sharing stories of random acts of kindness, mostly women with guys being the actors, but there were guys retelling stories or even on the receiving end. Whatever the case may be, a wholesome thread all around.

Creative and radio host Maggie Fisher recently shared her very random act of kindness, with her on the receiving end, and inspired a slew of stories

Image Credits: @Maggie_Fisch

So, scroll down, check out the best responses from the now-viral thread, upvote, and absolutely comment your own kindness stories in the comment section below!

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Foxxy (The Original)
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2 months ago

What a great kid.

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Eagle Girl
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2 months ago

Awwwwww <3 <3 Love Love These Stories!!!!

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Katie Lutesinger
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2 months ago

Hey, they really do look like one of those old timey actresses! Especially the haircut and around the mouth, for some reason.

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DennyS (denzoren)
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2 months ago

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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Foxxy (The Original)
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2 months ago

Like a scene from a 50s movie.

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DennyS (denzoren)
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2 months ago

Wow, now that's nice and very true, we must appreciate teachers (the good ones).

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Scagsy
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2 months ago

A compliment from a small child is like being touched by an angel.

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Draco's Dragonfly
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2 months ago

Somehow my brain cancelled itself at the word 'cadaver labs'...

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Scout Finch
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2 months ago (edited)

Did you get the job?

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Eagle Girl
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2 months ago

"Still not over it" Now that's a ripple of kindness

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Pink kitty
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2 months ago

Aww. What a lovely gesture!

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Chinmayee Kalghatgi
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2 months ago

I like Irish and Scottish accents, I like the way they pronounce their “r’s”

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RafCo
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2 months ago

Ugh. Years of international consulting. Flying from country to country. People always thought it was glamorous. It was a lot of meals, alone, at hotel bars. There's no lonelier feeling that eating solo at a restaurant. And if there's s**t going on at home, there's nothing like a few thousand kilometers to make you feel helpless.

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Eagle Girl
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2 months ago

Probably the muffler seal. It is an easy fix. So grateful for my mechanic who will ck out my cars over the years for free. Such a huge relief to know what should be done & what can wait.

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Chrissy Dee
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2 months ago

Aww, he sounds like a gem!

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Scout Finch
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2 months ago

Yes. They are made for walking!

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Marley Nachi
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2 months ago

people like this change the world for the better :)

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Pilar
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2 months ago

That's really nice of you!!!

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Jasper Cool
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2 months ago

Nobody ever sends me meatballs. It's so disapointing.

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Foxxy (The Original)
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2 months ago (edited)

I was at the casino recently and this older gentlemen put a $20 note in the pokie machine I was playing, said good luck and walked away.

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Jaekry
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2 months ago

Still a valid compliment. 😉

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everyone's favorite person
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2 months ago

I love these awesome humans!! what a cool story :)

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Kat O.
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2 months ago (edited)

I don't understand why people automatically assume he's a creeper. He wasn't standing over her drooling. He wasn't breathing heavily in her ear. He wasn't even overtly staring at her. Maybe, just maybe, he simply thought her hands were beautiful. I've had people compliment my hands and leave it at that. I was never worried that someone wanted to molest my hands. 🙄

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Potty pagan panda
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2 months ago

I think there’s a lot of nice humans that do or say kind things to others and it makes them feel happy so it’s not just the receiver who gets a boost, it works both ways 🙂 imo

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Lakota Wolf
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2 months ago

Together 7 years with the much older guy, or the cute guy? XD Story unclear! :p

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RafCo
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2 months ago

When I had a per-diem, I'd sometimes send random people drinks as I was leaving. Use it or lose it, i couldn't keep what wasn't spent. May as well make someone's day, and it wasn't my money. Generally I'd pick someone who looked stressed out, people like me eating alone, young couples who looked to be on dates. It was random. I am terrible with conversation, and often times i didn't always speak the language or if I did, the locals spoke a Creole dialect anyways. Doubt i sent you a cocktail, as most of my clients were in Latin America, Africa, and the Arabian peninsula, though i did have a number of clients in the UK. I was just trying to put some good into an otherwise world of s**t, full of shitty people. Hope that maybe answers some of your questions, and why you should be glad you never had to actually talk with that guy. If he's anything like me, his kindness is all for show. At heart I'm pretty much a bitter misanthrope

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Good Luckas
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2 months ago

That’s nice!

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