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  1. #1
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    What is the kindest thing a stranger has ever done for you?

    Ever had your faith in humanity restored by a complete stranger? Have you ever experienced a totally unexpected random act of kindness from someone you have never met before?

    Just been reading some of THESE and wondered if the Goat Community have similar stories to tell...
    Kryten Personal Black Box Recording. Time: unknown. Location: unknown. Cause of accident: unknown. Perhaps if someone finds this recording it will shed light as to what happened here. My short-term memory appears to have been erased.This I ascribe to the proximity of the magnetic coils from Starbug's rear engine. (He looks around briefly) Secondly, due to the proximity of the magnetic coils, my short-term memory appears to have been erased.



  2. Nope. However, Mrs tried to do a good deed a few years back.

    So Mrs is driving home from work, and sees an old dear trip and faceplant into the road - she stops and helps. Old dear is bloodied and confused and so Mrs sits her on the side of the road. As Mrs' car is parked on the side of the road, cars have to wait to navigate around, a RAF guy in uniform is waiting to pass, jumps out to see why he has to wait and then says "ah ok, you've got it under control, see ya!" - cheers ****.

    Anyway, Mrs doesn't really know what to do and no one else is helping, so she offers to drive the old dear to the hospital or home; old dear says to take her home. Now Mrs says she drove this lady to 2 or 3 different locations, none of which knew the old dear, so what does she do? She brings her to our home!!!!. Cleans her up and makes her cups of tea etc.

    I get in from work - wtf is going on? Mrs says that she thinks the old dear has hurt her head as she isn't making sense - had a chat with the old dear and yup, she's bat****. I ring for an ambulance and also let the fuzz know we have kidnapped an old lady.

    Fuzz get their first and it turns out the old dear had escaped from the local home, suffers from Alzheimers etc and Mrs had been taken her to old dears old address and some random ones for good luck too.

    Copper takes the old dear away and 'advises' Mrs to just call the police/ambulance service next time.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Dan_Brown View Post
    Nope. However, Mrs tried to do a good deed a few years back.

    So Mrs is driving home from work, and sees an old dear trip and faceplant into the road - she stops and helps. Old dear is bloodied and confused and so Mrs sits her on the side of the road. As Mrs' car is parked on the side of the road, cars have to wait to navigate around, a RAF guy in uniform is waiting to pass, jumps out to see why he has to wait and then says "ah ok, you've got it under control, see ya!" - cheers ****.

    Anyway, Mrs doesn't really know what to do and no one else is helping, so she offers to drive the old dear to the hospital or home; old dear says to take her home. Now Mrs says she drove this lady to 2 or 3 different locations, none of which knew the old dear, so what does she do? She brings her to our home!!!!. Cleans her up and makes her cups of tea etc.

    I get in from work - wtf is going on? Mrs says that she thinks the old dear has hurt her head as she isn't making sense - had a chat with the old dear and yup, she's bat****. I ring for an ambulance and also let the fuzz know we have kidnapped an old lady.

    Fuzz get their first and it turns out the old dear had escaped from the local home, suffers from Alzheimers etc and Mrs had been taken her to old dears old address and some random ones for good luck too.

    Copper takes the old dear away and 'advises' Mrs to just call the police/ambulance service next time.


    This story is a little bit sad but also ****ing hilarious


    *Dan_Brown gets home from work*
    "Hi honey I'm home, what random **** have you adopted today?"

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    Around 12 years ago while on leave on the island of Rügen some really old bloke in a wheelchair gave my dog half his bratty. Judging by his appearance he was not the richest person on the island, so his bratty must have cost quite a bit of whatever little cash he had. Two years later again on leave in Rügen I went to the old mans favourite schnelly hoping to repay the debt, unfortunately he had died the previous year.

  5. #5
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    Does a late night 'liason' round the back of the Spotlightclub at a secret AT base in Oxfordshire in the early 90's count.. i never did get her name...

  6. Quote Originally Posted by FOMz View Post
    Does a late night 'liason' round the back of the Spotlightclub at a secret AT base in Oxfordshire in the early 90's count.. i never did get her name...
    Reminds me of Saturday night fever.
    What did you say your name was.
    I didn't.

    I'm a citizen not a subject
    "The socialism I believe in is everybody working for the same goal and everybody having a share in the rewards. That's how I see football, that's how I see life."

  7. #7
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    I always wondered who's wife she was......

  8. There was an instructor at a west midlands training base, who just got posted from BFG mid 89s, whose wife was in readers wives. Got posted pretty quickly, you could see the mfo boxes in the background. Also in the same issue was a letter of what someone wanted to do with a cplw shiny in PSF, who happened to be an international sprinter for England at the time.

    I'm a citizen not a subject
    "The socialism I believe in is everybody working for the same goal and everybody having a share in the rewards. That's how I see football, that's how I see life."

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by justintime129 View Post
    Also in the same issue was a letter of what someone wanted to do with a cplw shiny in PSF, who happened to be an international sprinter for England at the time.
    I met JB at Abingdon, nice girl.


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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Norman the Storeman View Post
    I met JB at Abingdon, nice girl.


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    I don't think anyone ever saw her in PSF as she was always away running.

    I'm a citizen not a subject
    "The socialism I believe in is everybody working for the same goal and everybody having a share in the rewards. That's how I see football, that's how I see life."

 

 

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