Do good deeds anonymously and feel the freaking power!!!
Posted by tennisplanet on March 19, 2007
Do some good deeds without the recipient knowing anything about you. Here are some ideas. Write in and let us know how it went. If you have any ideas of your own, please leave them in the comment box.
- While in a restaurant, pay for the meals at another table. Instruct the waitress to give you that table’s check, quietly without notice.
- Cut some one’s grass.
- Wash some one’s car.
- Plant flowers in some one’s garden.
- Pay for the food order for the car behind you in the drive-through, fast-food restaurant.
- Pay for the toll of the car behind you on a toll road or toll bridge.
- Pay for the movie of the third person behind you in line at the theater. It needs to be the third person so you can get away in time.
- Make arrangements to pay some one’s gas, water, telephone, or electric bill. Call the utility company and offer this for a total stranger.
- Go to the dry cleaners. Pay for some one’s dry cleaning, someone you don’t know.
- Go to the manager of a grocery store and give him/her $50.00 to $100.00. Instruct the manager to award free groceries to a deserving person going through the check-out line during the day. Tell the manager to inform the recipient that they are the 1000Th person this week to buy groceries.
- Go to a nursing home and take a perfect stranger out for lunch or bring an anonymous bouquet of flowers.
Good deeds for children:
- While Mommy is asleep, have Daddy help you fix her breakfast in bed. Then take it up to her bedroom door and set it on the floor. Then scratch on the door and scurry away. When your Mon wants to know who did this wonderful thing, tell her a little mouse.
- While your Mommy is in another room or taking a nap, wash the dishes. Tell her they must have been washed by a little fairy. Don’t get the water too hot.
- Empty all the wastebaskets in the house into a large garbage bag and take that large bag outside and put it into the garbage can.
- Send your Mommy or Daddy a letter telling them that they are wonderful parents. Sign it “A special angel looking down upon them.” Make sure your address is correct on the envelope. Ask someone big for a postage stamp.
- Pick up your toys or clean your room without being asked. Be very quiet so no one hears you.