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    Quote Originally Posted by piepatch
    What a nice thing to do! I love a Chai Tea Latte from Starbucks.
    The chai tea latte from Panera Bread is excellent, too.

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    How cool. Now what are you going to do to keep it going? Idea's anyone? You could pay for a fat quarter at the LQS for the next person checking out.

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    that happened to me one day at taco bell,I was surprised

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    Very nice!

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    I have heard of that too, but how do they know what you are going to buy and how much it costs?

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    Wow how nice, i've heard of it being done but only in the movies lol

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    That is so nice- and nice of you to tell us about the kindness of others. I love hearing about things like this :D
    Yes, there are a lot of good people around. :D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptquilts
    I have heard of that too, but how do they know what you are going to buy and how much it costs?
    If you are in the drive through usually by the time they get to the window, you have already ordered. My husband has bought meals for people at Burger King before, the people working the window get all befuddled, it takes them a minute to decide how to do it.

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    We live in a college town. The boy behind me at the grocery store was buying a 6 pack of water. I told the cashier that I would pay for that too. The college boy threw a fit, like I was trying to steal it or something. I told him never mind. Never did figure that one out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd
    We live in a college town. The boy behind me at the grocery store was buying a 6 pack of water. I told the cashier that I would pay for that too. The college boy threw a fit, like I was trying to steal it or something. I told him never mind. Never did figure that one out.
    Some people are offended when you offer them anything. My husband while usually very generous, is not a very gracious receiver. He will argue with people, I'm still working on that one - he tells me "but they don't have to do that" he struggles with the understanding that just because he didn't NEED them to pay for his lunch or whatever doesn't mean that for whatever reason they didn't NEED to do it.

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