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1. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru, 4567 posts) 8 Jan '08 11:29

What is the nicest thing u have even done for another person?

I would answer my own question but I dont know the answer.

2. Posted by vegasmike6 (Travel Guru, 3536 posts) 8 Jan '08 12:03

One of the things that I am proud of is paying the school fees, buying clothes and a bicycle for my little tour guide in Angkor, WaNee. At least that year, she ready for school.

3. Posted by Brendan (Respected Member, 1824 posts) 8 Jan '08 12:09

I was born

4. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator, 5555 posts) 8 Jan '08 12:30

I made a girl happy when she beat me at darts

5. Posted by kombizz (Full Member, 1416 posts) 8 Jan '08 12:40

I took 7 rolls of film from an Assie lady who wanted to get married without paying money for her wedding ceremony. I DID not charge her anything and only get the prices of films and gave her all of the rools of films back with their images I took from her wedding ceremony. (Usually the photographers KEEP the films, and sell the extra prints).

6. Posted by Isadora (Moderator, 13924 posts) 8 Jan '08 12:55

Quoting Brendan

I was born

No doubt! Can't imagine 24 years of labor pains had you decided to stay where you were...

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Actaully, it's a hard question to answer. What I thought was the nicest thing I could have done for someone wasn't necessarily viewed the same way by the recipient. The flip side of that has been doing something I considered an "everyday" type of action yet the recipient felt it was the nicest thing someone had ever done for them.

7. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator, 5555 posts) 8 Jan '08 12:59

and of course I help out people on TP....sometimes

8. Posted by Brendan (Respected Member, 1824 posts) 8 Jan '08 13:01

Haha that's true Isa, though I was mostly being cheeky :p

Quoting Isadora

Actaully, it's a hard question to answer. What I thought was the nicest thing I could have done for someone wasn't necessarily viewed the same way by the recipient. The flip side of that has been doing something I considered an "everyday" type of action yet the recipient felt it was the nicest thing someone had ever done for them.

My answer is the same as yours, I found this question hard to answer.

9. Posted by robsie (Full Member, 126 posts) 8 Jan '08 13:03

quite recently... i waited for my little sister at the train station for 2hours alone on new years day just because she asked me to because she didnt want to travel home alone, i did feel quite nice at that moment

10. Posted by james (Travel Guru, 4124 posts) 8 Jan '08 13:24

I pushed a little old lady in front of a truck.