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Kind Cashier Receives $200 Reward after Paying for Boy’s $2 Order Shortage

While we often see karma as something bad that happens that comes back to you after doing something bad, there is also this thing called ‘good karma’ wherein the good that you did will also come back to you in another good form.

This is what happened to a young cashier who paid for a little boy’s $2 shortage on his order. For his kindness, he received $200 in rewards!

An 18-year-old student who works at Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers in Katy, Texas, to save for his nursing education, Travis Sattler certainly doesn’t have a lot of money to spare but when a little boy went to the restaurant one day to buy a custard but didn’t have enough to pay for his order, the young man didn’t hesitate to swipe his credit card so the boy can buy the treat.

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According to Travis, “He was a little nervous that he didn’t have enough, and he kind of just ended up handing me everything he had.

After counting the boy’s money, Travis saw that he still needed $2 but because he took pity on the kid, he simply swiped his credit card and told the young lad not to worry about his order.

He later told reporters, “He had a massive smile [and] the widest eyes [when he] ran back to his mom and told her what happened.

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Happy with what Travis had done to her son, the mother then asked the boy to give back the receipt to the cashier. Inside the folded receipt was a $100 bill. At the back of the receipt, the mother wrote, “Thank you for being so nice and paying for my custard. We need more people like you.”

But Travis’ reward didn’t end there. After learning about his good deed, Travis’ boss Padden Nelson also gave him an additional $100 reward!

For Travis, paying for the kid’s $2 order shortage was something that he did to brighten up the boy’s day but he ended up making his day brighter as well!

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Friends ‘Ride’ Invisible Car to Order Food at Jollibee Drive Thru

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A number of fast food outlets have a drive thru for the convenience of those who just want to order a quick takeout meal. The premise of ordering via the drive thru is that you have a vehicle.

What happens if you don’t have a vehicle but the lines at the counter inside the store are too long and the drive thru window has fewer customers?

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Well, a group of friends had this rather genius idea of ‘riding’ an invisible car so they can order food at the Jollibee drive thru because the queues inside the store were long.

Laughing at their own crazy antics, the group positioned themselves in a manner that people would normally take if they were riding a car. They were standing, of course, but the designated ‘driver’ made sure to drive them carefully towards the important stops at the drive through – and he didn’t forget to ‘release the hand brake’ before moving forward to the counter.

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It was really so hilarious to see these guys ‘riding’ their invisible car that the crew at the counter couldn’t help but laugh. They’re so crazy, right? LOL. But the crew played along, accepting the guys’ orders, still laughing at their silliness.

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After their order was taken, the group continued towards the claim area without breaking their position. The crew at this counter also laughed at the guys, even gamely giving the ‘driver’ a fist bump.

They continued towards the exit in the same position, Giving each other high fives, knowing they got their way and were able to order much faster than the customers inside the store. Clever trick, isn’t it?

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But the guys did not just trick the Jollibee crew, they had also become famous on Facebook. Less than 24 hours after the video was posted, the video has garnered close to 1 million views!

Check it out here:

Teknik pag mahaba ang pila sa Jollibee kelangan mo ng INVISIBLE CAR

Posted by Dave Calma on Monday, 23 April 2018

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Osaka Takoyaki Seller Cosplays To Grab Customers’ Attention – Makes Sales Go Sky High

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Food stalls in Japan have such a huge market and the competition is not a joke. It is tight, especially in Osaka, one of the busiest cities in Japan.

Japan is the place to be for food lovers. There are so many food options and all of them look and taste so good. Tourists are attracted to their products because of their cute presentation and of course, good taste quality.

Osaka, Japan is where many tourists head to. There are so many food stalls along the streets, making the city very colorful and lively. Everybody just wants to pay for some good food experience.

But unknown to many, a lot of businesses suffer due to the lack of exposure.

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What should a good businesswoman do to stand out?

Business owners do so many creative things to attract more customers. This helps their businesses increase their sales and profits. But not all are lucky to excel in the food business in Osaka.

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So, this female Takoyaki business owner, Yukio, took an initiative to level up her business! She used her charm and of course, her natural takoyaki slipping skills.

Osaka is home to anime lovers. And because of this, Yukio changes up her look while flipping Takoyaki in her food stall called Goonies. This magnetizes people to watch her and eventually buy some of her good Goonies.

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Her cosplay attracted customers and soon enough, her sales became so much bigger! A video of her flipping her takoyaki wearing a costume became hot on the internet and gained 1.9 million views on social media.

The short video clip became viral as it has been shared thousands of times. Who could not resist such a cute seller, right?

Almost everything that Japan sells is picturesque and of good quality. There is no reason not to travel there and find such worth items to try!

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Kindhearted Policeman Takes A 3-YO Child For A Meal And Grants His Wish In The Process

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We often see children playing on streets, unattended by their parents. We tend to consider them homeless as they spend the whole day asking for food from passersby. Considering that they aren’t home and not with their parents means they are not properly taken care of. And it sometimes breaks our heart knowing that innocent young kids experience such.

Parenting is a big responsibility. With the growing population in our country, a man opens an awareness and hits us with reality about having so many kids.

Shaun Manzo

Shaun Manzo, the policeman who shares his experience on how he bumped into a playful kid who stays often in the busy streets of Boni, Mandaluyong. He started his post with a disclaimer, not to brag but to just open awareness to parents to refrain from having kids more than they can take care of. Mazo said that every child deserves to be loved and be taken care of.

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For Info: Pinost ko to dahil hindi sa gusto ko magpasikat or kumuha ng simpatya ng mga tao pinost ko to dahil gusto ko kase makita ng buong mundo na marami nang napapabayaan na mga bata at pakalat-kalat lang sa kalsada dahil sa kapabayaan ng mga magulang.☹️I want to share to all of you guys lalo na sa mga magulang na sana naman po kung gagawa kayo ng mga bata please po alagaan niyo naman po sila ng maayos at gampanan ang mga responsibilidad sa kanila they deserve to be loved and syempre guidance ninyo.🤭

Diego

According to Shaun, his heart breaks for the kid who he always sees roaming around his assignment area in Boni Mandaluyong. He usually spots the kid wearing no clothes and slippers. Shaun often sees the kid roaming around McDo near Boni MRT. One time, he asked the kid which food he wants to eat in McDonald’s. The kid then points his fingers at a toy. Right there and then, Mazo ordered a happy meal for the kid.

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Shaun generously bought the happy meal for the street kid. On the pictures uploaded, the kiddo looks happy with a full tummy and a toy. The kid, a little bit shy, gave thanks to the generous policeman. Mazo felt teary-eyed and filled with joy at that time. He also shared that customers in McDonald’s oftentimes give extra food to Diego. The 3-year old young kid gives happiness to those people around the area.

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Mazo found out that Diego lives around Boni area and they are 9 kids in the family. He gave a pet name to the kid by calling him “Diego” (pertaining to a character in Dora the Explorer). Being far away from family, he found a friend in Diego. The kid sometimes calls him “Papa.” According to Shaun, the kid reminds him of his nephew whom he misses already. Diego, despite not given with proper needs from parents, stays cheerful and smart.

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