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Drive-By Compliments

Remember the hippie-dippy command to "Practice random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty"? These dudes decided that instead of TPing someone's house, or tipping cows, or whatever it is douchebags do for fun, they would bypass that impulse and go straight to making people feel good by randomly shouting compliments from their moving vehicle. Who doesn't want to hear from a total stranger, driving by in a car, with his scratchy voice, "Your parents love you!" That would make anyone's day!

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heatherhas heatherhas 7 years
Haha :D That looks like good times!
momma-tikita momma-tikita 7 years
:rotfl: that was better then people screaming out mean things! I thought the voice made it hilarious...
christy927 christy927 7 years
You know what is funny... I actually did this sort of thing with a girlfriend in college. We were in a wacky mood and started yelling out "nice things" to random students and other people while we were driving around town... It was actually quite fun...we were cracking up and making people laugh... they were not expecting it... But we were weird girls too... he, he...
aka-Daria aka-Daria 7 years
the thought is nice, the voice kinda kills it though lol
tecgirl tecgirl 7 years
When I was 14, I was walking with a girlfriend along a rather busy road. A car full of MEN drove by and one yelled, "EAT YOUR VEGATABLES!!". I guess they were saying we were too skinny.
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