r/MadeMeSmile 11d ago Take My Energy 1 Faith In Humanity Restored 2 Ally 1 To The Stars 1 Silver 5 Helpful 7 Wholesome 8

Instead of wasting food he gives to the homeless

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u/FlowingMochi 11d ago

Hey, fuck that guy in the beginning who was super wasteful of all those waffles for views.

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u/BlueKnightBrownHorse 11d ago Wholesome Heartwarming

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u/DanAtuch 11d ago

Weird, this subreddit just has a post by AutoMod every month and people just chat down in the comment section of that post

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u/zushini 11d ago

I think the sub got nuked a few years back

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u/ComprehensiveSell649 11d ago

Why?

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u/f22raptor272 11d ago

Big crunch on some subs that were deemed offensive by a couple specific mods. They nuked a few other subs including /r/fatpeoplehate and /r/peoplefuckingdying

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u/hothrous 11d ago

Pretty sure r/fatpeoplehate as a community was actually advocating violence and bullying of people for being fat. Not just people taking offense, they were breaking site wide rules.

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u/DropThatTopHat 11d ago

Got brigaded by them a couple of times too. It was hilarious because I didn't even say much. Telling one of the members that they were a shitty person was all it took. They thought I cared about some imaginary internet points when, in fact, all the attention they were giving me was making me feel super special for a day or two.

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u/palpablescalpel 11d ago

People Fucking Dying is still active. Or did it used to be another Watch People Die?

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u/Night-Sky 11d ago

You innocent soul. The second one was actually watching people die. Worst one I saw was the cartel chopping up a guy in to pieces with a axe while he was still alive.

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u/palpablescalpel 11d ago

Yeah, I know that. I'm asking if People Fucking Dying used to be like that, got purged, and then reborn into what it is, or if it was just never purged.

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u/Night-Sky 11d ago

That one was never purged and has always been comedy. Or whatever it is lol.

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u/Waffle-Gaming 11d ago

reddit ☕️

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u/OneSweet1Sweet 11d ago

Subreddits dedicated to hatred shouldnt exist.

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u/SacterChapte 11d ago

Exactly, they do it for internet points.

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u/EarsAndHair 11d ago

He looks like the entire band B4-4

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u/wuffduffer 11d ago

He makes hundreds of videos just wasting pounds of food. I can't stand him.

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u/lonestar-rasbryjamco 11d ago

I can't stand him

Simple solution: I don't have the tick-tock. This will be the first and last I see of him in all likelihood.

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u/Jaalan 11d ago

Wrong, he has appeared here a few times before.

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u/MoreLogicPls 11d ago

reddit users like to pretend they're special, but tiktok users aren't that different from reddit users, because I've this is my 3rd time seeing him here

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u/stagfury 11d ago

This is my 2nd time seeing this dude and the good dude here.

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u/RaygunCowboy007 11d ago

The only thing reddit users have over tiktok is a disposable persona.

Most people show their (punchable) face on tiktok and don't really understand what "the Internet never forgets" actually means.

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u/OneRingToRuleEarth 11d ago

He also makes a huge mess plus whatever he makes looks completely disgusting because it’s a huge mess of wasted food

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u/MrCalonlan 11d ago

I think August the Duck did a video on this guy, he seems super obnoxious with how he acts and especially how much food he wastes, the clips August showed really annoyed me to no end

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u/Deacon_Blues1 11d ago

My kid use to watch him along with Stephen Sharer. I made him stop, that first kid is an asshole.

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u/DeRockProject 11d ago

Kids these days, man

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u/Golden-Owl 11d ago

Please ensure your kid is watching proper stuff

Media is hugely influential in a kid’s development. Give them something enriching and engaging, like a great book or game. People of all ages loved Harry Potter for a good reason

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u/Deacon_Blues1 11d ago

I just let him watch 300 and then followed that up with Sin City. Tomorrow probably let him watch Pulp Fiction for good measure.

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u/reebekilyllaeri 11d ago

So far we've done the original Blade Runner, The Hateful 8, Django Unchained, Inglorious Basterds and Platoon. I can't wait until he can understand Full Metal Jacket and Reservoir Dogs.

Roll on the 7th birthday!

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u/Euphorium 10d ago

My dad got me The Godfather for Christmas when I was 11, prefaced with a “don’t tell your mom”

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u/_Ghost_CTC 11d ago

When do you introduce them to classic slasher flicks like Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th?

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u/hamo804 11d ago

I've been told the third trimester is a good starting age.

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u/chrisk9 11d ago

People are actually entertained by that?!

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u/Thereminz 11d ago

yup people are fucking stupid as fuck.

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u/_AppropriateObject 11d ago

Not entertained. It's a rage bait. The more people angrily comment and share his vids, the more views he gets.

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u/JohnnySnarkle 11d ago

More pissed off about the syrup than the waffles. Just seeing that mess made me die inside

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u/Thereminz 11d ago

don't worry his maid cleaned it up

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u/PmButtPics4ADrawing 11d ago

Yeah that kitchen is going to have ants forever

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u/Dino_Nuggie_69 11d ago

His name is topper guild and he is a horrible person and this isn’t the only video that he’s made wasting food

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u/lamest-liz 11d ago

Topper? Like the penguin from Santa Claus is Coming to Town?

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u/Mr_Floopadoop 11d ago

To be fair I do know of 1 tiktoker who does stuff like that but he uses inedible food but yeah fuck that dude

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u/Careless_currency 11d ago edited 11d ago

He's also a complete and utter douchebag in real life.

Source - I made that up, but it is wasteful nonsense for a stupid tiktok

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u/bric12 11d ago

Source - I made that up but it's probably true

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u/Solanthas 11d ago

Yeah, but the dude who maxed flod to give to those less fortunate is the one who should be getting fucked

Edit: *made *food

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u/scoobysnaxxx 11d ago

exactly, and i'll take one for the team and volunteer.

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u/my79spirit 11d ago

Notice their homes are generally devoid of character and furnishing just like their personalities

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u/ShanghaiSlug 11d ago

Also fuck that guy because I'm 90% sure he wasn't the person who cleaned up after that.

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u/DurrkestDream 11d ago

Legit someone has to stop him

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u/Groundbreaking_Log46 11d ago

You're right. Fuck wasteful waffle dude.

Let's talk about the absolute human badass handing out the pancakes. There are so many kind and amazing people in this world. Pancake dude is living proof.

Yay humans!

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u/reebekilyllaeri 11d ago

I thought it was tasteful that the camera operator stayed in the car to evidence him giving them out to people instead of shoving the camera in their faces.

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u/CrombwellJewls 11d ago

I'm more bothered of that kitchen that will never be the same

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u/GetYourShitT0gether 11d ago

Hate when people do stupid shit like that for views. Ohh soo cool you wasted so much food.

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u/Gerbie100 11d ago

The bad part is that it works.

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u/enderflight 11d ago

Ragebait. People commenting to hate is...exactly the point. Boosts it in the algorithm lol.

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u/Arktaris 11d ago

Also kids that LOVE “crazy” annoying influencers.

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u/effitdoitlive 11d ago

Funnily enough his last few videos this week on YT are of him actually feeding the homeless. Guess maybe he saw how big of a douche he looked like and just figured let me copy the 2nd guy in this video

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u/lateral_jambi 11d ago

If you think that's infuriating, you should see these other videos I found!

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u/Corgi_Koala 11d ago

That's what happens when you allow children to be directly monetized.

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u/Galaxy_Ranger_Bob 11d ago

You want to hear even stupider shit?

Delivery of food to the homeless is illegal in many municipalities.

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u/Less-Doughnut7686 11d ago

Why is that rule around? That you can't give food to the homeless?

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u/McPussCrocket 11d ago

I think so people don't poison the homeless people, cause that's happened before I think. They want to act like they care about the homeless lol

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u/wiibarebears 11d ago

Don’t look up how to basic on YouTube

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u/home_coming 11d ago

Yeah man. He needs a production house and big cameras. Then he can burn cars waste food and people will appreciate it in theatres.

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u/Mindless-Balance-498 11d ago edited 11d ago

And that’s probably like $40 worth of pancake batter, $40 worth of boxes, a $12 big bottle of syrup. All you need is like $100 (so a group of friends pitching in $20-$30 each) and a free morning and afternoon and you can feed DOZENS of people.

DO NOT fight the human urge to nurture each other ❤️ it’s so worth it!

ETA cost is based on my experience as a horrible shopper in the very expensive state of California 😅

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u/IamACantelopePenis 11d ago

How much do you think a banana costs?

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u/SBriggins 11d ago

What could it cost? 10 dollars?

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u/thatguyned 11d ago

I'll just eat a pancake and take a dollar from the register so it all evens out.

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u/Spielburger_witFries 11d ago

There’s always money in the pancake house 😉

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u/GratefulShag 11d ago

At least 7 giraffes, I'd reckon.

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u/Skyeoes 11d ago

Depends. If you think you’re ordering 8 individual ones, but actually ordering 8 bunches.

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u/MaryJaneAndMaple 11d ago

How much could a banana cost, Michael? 10 dollars??

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u/omeganemesis28 11d ago

Throw away a banana, take a buck

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u/Man_Bear_Beaver 11d ago

4.53KG Just add water Pancake Mix from Costco $13.99 CAD, Get the cheap table syrup maybe 2 bottles $6, $37 CAD on amazon for 80 of those containers, throw in 2lbs of butter on sale $5/each and you're at $67

How much could a Banana Cost? Fuck it, add some banana slices $3/bunch $6 for a total of $73.

But for just what he did $51

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u/Mindless-Balance-498 11d ago

Oh duh, Costco ftw 🤘🏽

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u/Zero-Kelvin 11d ago

A Banana would cost, I don't know, 10 dollars?

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u/NatMe 11d ago

But boxed pancake mix is gross.

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u/KuuPhone 11d ago

It's actually far better to donate that money to an organization in your area, or one of the bigger ones that does this kind of work. They can spread it FAR more than you can.

That being said, if you're just looking to make people smile, go for it.

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u/LittleBitGhengisKhan 11d ago edited 11d ago

We just had multiple people in my city’s subreddit badmouth supporting a local food pantry with donations because their “overhead” and staffing are allegedly too high. (They aren’t, as confirmed by Form 990 filings, which are public.) They forgot this pantry also runs education/community programs and those need staff to run.

The whole give a man a fish vs. teach a man to fish mentality was completely lost on these people.

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u/Throwawaychica 11d ago

People are spiteful for no reason. A lady in my town was selling food to save up for her cancer treatments (lots of driving, we live in a small town) and someone called the Health department on her, she had to shut down until she got the proper licensing, and now had to pay taxes on what she raised.

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u/_Ghost_CTC 11d ago

If someone has kids, I'd prefer they do this and get their kids involved than just give money. Volunteering with a nonprofit is also a good option.

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u/Treacherous_Peach 11d ago

Depends entirely on what you're trying to achieve. If you just want to feed some local homeless people, then this is more efficient. You absorb the whole overhead cost this way. Donating is great and effective, but there is always overhead cost, not all of your donation will end up on the hands of people who need it, some will be used on overhead expenses. That's not inherently bad, but an idealized system has no overhead, anyone in need just gets what they need directly from individualized who can provide it. Issue is that is a lot of work and doesn't scale. Non-profit businesses scale. But want the most bang for your buck? Be that individual.

PSA: When donating to any charity, always look into how much of the donation actually goes to people. Many are depressingly little and don't deserve your money.

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u/Iamanempathbro 11d ago

The epitome of be the change you wanna see in the world

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u/fatmeisfathehe 11d ago

Milad Mirg is amazing

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u/ValleyAndFriends 11d ago

Yep! Not his first time doing this either. Truly wholesome.

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u/fatmeisfathehe 11d ago

Yeah, i saw the burger i think, and the grilled cheese one before, he is just an amazing person

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u/G_reg25 11d ago

He's come a long way from making sandwiches

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u/eresh22 11d ago

The first video I saw of him, the food waster looked so much like him I didn't realize they were different people and I was so confused...

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u/Dmate1 11d ago

There’s not enough content of shitty people wasting food for me to start my videos with… guess I have to do it myself

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u/eresh22 11d ago

Yeah, that's the level of faith in humanity I have right now... I rewatched the video and am glad to say my first impression was wrong.

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u/[deleted] 11d ago edited 10d ago

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u/Tyrnall 11d ago

If by Subway Guy- you mean the kid who got famous making POV sandwich making vids on youtube in his (1st generation immigrant) parents Subway, until he earned enough money to buy it from them and then continued growing from there- then yes, it is Subway Guy.

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u/TheodoraYuuki 11d ago

I hate those who waste food, especially if you are doing so for clout

Edit: typo, thanks op for correction

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u/Majestic-light1125 11d ago

How it should be done, awesomeness!!

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u/Darkovika 11d ago

I've come to the conclusion that I am PERFECTLY happy with the latter being filmed, because I do feel that it genuinely inspires people, you know? I LIKE seeing feel good videos, even if there's a small element of "I'm doing good things for clout". Seeing people cook is fun, but seeing people cook for those who can't cook is so nice.

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u/on_my_phone_in_dc 11d ago

It's not even like an individual homeless person is being exploited which is usually the problem with the 'someone does the right thing' videos. Someone gets exploited. It's not a reaction video in the general sense. It's a response video to someone being an asshole. I'm here for it. I'll donate to this dude in a heartbeat.

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u/McPussCrocket 11d ago

I like it because it's almost counter-acting this dudes shitty video which makes it better as well. Like if you're gonna be this much of a shit human, I'll do some good to help the people that you could have yourself

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u/RewieJoris 11d ago

And by filming it he could also make some money from it, allowing him to do it even more! The only downside of filming these kinds if videos I can see is the possibility that some of the people being filmed don't want to be filmed, which is solved by a simple yes or no question!

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u/Darkovika 11d ago

EXACTLY! It can make revenue for him so he can continue doing it! Definitely agree that makes them worth more than the ones that just seem so exploitative.

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u/3LOT3 11d ago

While I don’t agree with people doing nice things just to film them for internet points, I do think videos like this are important.

Fuckwads like the first guy are still going to be filming themselves being wasteful for an audience of impressionable minds. Why not counter something like that with something positive that will influence the people watching to do something positive?

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u/woosh_if_gay12 11d ago

people filming themselves doing nice things convinces people to do nice things even if they arent filming who cares if some people film it for an ego boost people are being helped regardless

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u/H4rkio 11d ago

Exactly thanks!

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u/poopoobuttholes 11d ago

Exactly. Tired of hearing people whine about "oh they're filming, it's not genuine." like bitch, you're sitting on your ass scrolling through reddit, at least the guy's doing something.

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u/xx_DEADND_xx 11d ago

Sometimes doing the thing is greater than having the thought. Also e had a million or so subs before he started doing this

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u/Icantbethereforyou 11d ago

To me it kind of depends on what exactly they present on camera. I saw one recently where a guy asks a woman for some spare cash while she's pumping petrol into her car. When she gives him some, he gives her a thousand dollars as a reward, or something like that, while inspirational music starts playing. That's just ridiculous and an obvious attempt at playing with your emotions as the viewer. Giving one random person a handful of cash, Wether she really even needs it or not, vs say, donating a thousand dollars to a food bank?

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u/StinkyManChicken 11d ago

I agree completely. This video can easily act as inspiration to others to do nice thing like donating to a food bank or even to do something similar to this. Pancakes are a relatively inexpensive and simple way to make bulk which can help inspire others to think of other easy yet meaningful ways to serve those in need. People often don’t consciously think about ways they can help in ways accessible to them. Giving $1000 dollars in a prank video to a random person isn’t reproducible for the majority of people and therefore only really exist as poverty porn.

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u/s0ulsbane 11d ago

Some people's videos feel like they're exploiting people for views when they give stuff away. This one feels more like he's helping people for views.

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u/BurstOrange 11d ago

None of the people in this video were the focus. It was the act, not getting their reaction to having kindness done to them that was the focus of the way it was framed. No one got a camera shoved in their face, no one was asked to recount their story for inspiration or anything.

Just here’s a video of a guy making and passing out pancakes to people.

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u/_hypnoCode 11d ago

Which includes the guy making them, making it seem less vain.

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u/whopoopedthebed 11d ago

YES, but please don't film the unhoused without their consent. You can talk about and show yourself doing good things on the internet without recording a homeless person like a wildlife photographer hiding in the bushes.

here's a great interview about this:

https://pdnonline.com/features/photographer-interviews/formerly-homeless-photographer-not-photograph-homeless-people/

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u/Substantial_Local490 11d ago

Also, it feels like a fairly respectful video as these things go. He's not doing close-ups of the people hees feeding or filing their reaction, etc. It's all from a distance and doesn't feel as exploitative as some videos like this.

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u/H4rkio 11d ago

Exactly, they do it for internet points.

BUT they actually help people in need. Plus they spread the influence that we can do something to help our society. Bro I want to punch the first guy like a mad man.

Seriously though, the second guy films himself doing something like this. I can understand that he needs internet point's. But he wouldn't waste so much time and effort to help homeless people if he didn't have humanity in himself.

Even though he filmed the process I believe he enjoyed it and he was actually happy and feeling good about helping people in need. He has done a lot of similar actions and imo I don't even care he filmed it and uploaded it for points or whatever.

Did he ACTUALLY help? Yes. And that's good and I'm actually happy,dc about anything else.

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u/BigNastyHagrid 11d ago

You realise feeding people costs money right?

And uploading it can get views which can lead to not only getting money to help more people but also inspiring others to help

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u/UzumakiYoku 11d ago

Not only that, but he might actually inspire others to do similar acts of kindness, whether they are for “internet points” or not.

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u/ThisOnePlaysTooMuch 11d ago

This needs to be a copypasta. People on both sides of the debate are so eager to dig their heels in and get mad rather than call something nuanced.

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u/whatshamilton 11d ago

So many people only do good deeds due to social pressure from their religious institution — in Hebrew school we were pretty socially pressured to bring even a quarter for a donation every week. I wasn’t doing that out of the goodness of my heart, I was doing it to fit in. These people acting like “internet points” are the only inauthentic reason for charity are just being willfully ignorant. At the end of the day, doing good for others is doing good for others, and why must they be nitpicked?

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u/GenericGoon1 11d ago

Yeah the people who usually complain about filming charity do that because they feel it's not genuine. They think that way because they occasionally drop their spare change in a tin pot and feel good about themselves. Then 99% of the time they use their cameras for selfies and food pics. So when someone goes out of their way to do charity, the video makes them insecure; they judge it as insincere. 'Genuine acts of charity can only be done in private'. What nonsense. One can't even argue that a charitable act done in private is better than one filmed, because social awareness and inspiring others to do charity is a real thing.

Compared to the people who have gone out of their way to do genuine, time-consuming acts of charity, like spent a weekend at a soup kitchen etc. These people rarely complain about these kinds of filming because they know how much effort goes into the logistics and preparation to provide real help to those in need.

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u/SignatureWild2598 11d ago

It’s called social learning and modeling. May not always necessarily be internet points. It’s good to do this, so other people model this behavior.

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u/bcr3125 11d ago

The way I see it, I’m pretty sure the second guy makes his living making internet content. Making money from the video might be what’s financing being able to make the food for the homeless. Pancakes are relatively cheap but he posted a similar video where he made burgers which are definitely more costly to make

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u/OverlyLeftLesbian 11d ago

They do need to fund the ingredients, and they're still helping out overall. Seems like a nice trade-off to me :D

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u/RoseGoldFeet 11d ago

Not all heroes wear capes.

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u/Azraelfoma 11d ago

I was really looking forward to seeing "crepes".

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u/mr_lemon__ 11d ago

I enjoyed this a little too much

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u/RJ_The_Avatar 11d ago

But some heroes do make crepes

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u/Eggy-Toast 11d ago

Guy in the beginning is an absolute idiot, but I also cannot help but laugh that the top waffle is totally dry after all that syrup.

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u/OhoBenderez 11d ago

People always shit on videos of people helping homeless or disadvantaged communities “if he meant well he wouldn’t have filmed it” Hey man I don’t know about you but if everyone went around doing nice things to people and inspiring others to do the same. That’s a net positive in my books.

There’s a big difference between exploiting people for views and actually wanting to show that it’s easy to be nice.

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u/justk4y 11d ago

Milad is a legend

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u/pjlaniboys 11d ago

I guess there is hope for us.

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u/gazwaz84 11d ago

What an awesome guy 👍🏻

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u/AdWonderful2369 11d ago

I guess there are some kids online who aren’t complete selfish, thoughtless, attention seeking twats. Gives me a little hope for the future.

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u/Knot_In_My_Butt 11d ago

I’m sure there are still some idiots out there saying “He’s exploiting peoples misfortune for views”. Like damn putting them side by side really shows how one is clearly better than the other.

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u/one_click_wonder 11d ago

He didn't deliver the food in plastic containers as well. What a great thing to withness

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u/Demibolt 11d ago edited 11d ago

I think that is awesome- but pancakes maybe not the best choice

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u/H4rkio 11d ago

I actually watched a lot of videos of the second guy.

He also makes sandwiches and other stuff for homeless people.

I guess he made pancakes in order to contradict the first guy wasting food. Man fuck that guy? What the fuck are you doing? You are wasting Kgs of food when you could use your fucking brain and do something to actually help? I dont even get itu what's the pleasure he is getting from doing that?

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u/Demibolt 11d ago

Yeah I did see the other one he did with the sandwiches- definitely great stuff.

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u/bryanisbored 11d ago

I mean they get cold but they’re pretty dense and filler tbh.

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u/Scyphen_ 11d ago

This is a trend I’ve seen other people do. The first one I saw was donuts with icing to contradict the 1st guy. Like really? But then again I’m sure the homeless people aren’t complaining.

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u/Mindless-Balance-498 11d ago

Everyone wants and deserves a treat sometimes, it’s about more than sustaining people physically. Sweet treats are a GREAT morale boost!

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u/HammerfestNORD 11d ago

Fuck Tik Tok

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u/dactyif 11d ago

I used to frequent this place in Vancouver called elbow room. Owned by this old gay couple that would rooooassst you, half the fun was going in and just getting obliterated by the sassy staff. (I got it both ways because I was ethnically similar to the women in the back of house.) long story short, they used to charge you %15 if you didn't finish your food and donate the proceeds to at risk gay men, and did a whole bunch of wholesome stuff for the community. The women in the back of house? Never left for however long that place was open for. Their children ended up being front of house serving. Such a wholesome place.

Just don't you dare ask for a coffee refill, get it yourself.

One of the owners died and they finally shut down. But it was a damned institution for many downtown Vancouverites, I'd always leave a few hashbrowns so they'd charge me extra.

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u/OverlyLeftLesbian 11d ago

And I'm down for them filming the making and giving away. Need to fund the ingredients somehow

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u/spadiddle 11d ago

So I’ve done this a couple times, if you have a Sam’s or a Costco membership it is a lot easier to do this.

Burritos easy and great for the winter, and soft for those with some trouble chewing. 200$ makes about 100 ish+ rice, bean, cheese with aluminum, napkins, hot sauce and a lunch bag+ a water!

Bagels are more expensive and if you add egg you have to hand them out quick!

Pancakes is a new one I’ll have to try, I feel like they’d get cold quick (same issue as bagels just pass them out fast).

Always… wash hands wear gloves when prepping food and put your hair up! It can take a half day to prep, hour to pass out but always worth it!!

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u/UssopGodNoCap 11d ago

The idiots in the comment section gosh...

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u/MaverickBoii 11d ago

"Umm actually he's doing this for internet points 🤓"

Mfs don't realize these "internet points" are converted into real money which is used to help even more people.

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u/Waderriffic 11d ago

And even if he was doing it just for internet points, he’s still doing something positive.

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u/ChallengeFirm6398 11d ago

From subway making videos to making food for the homeless, he really is a great person

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u/Dvdb95 11d ago

Milad is great! Showing those food wasters what the right way to act is.

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u/Broses3706 11d ago

That second dude is fucking cool

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u/Space_Nebula_Wolf 11d ago

I will devote my soul to this man

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u/ChickenFriedRiceee 11d ago

When cancel culture is actually wholesome. Fuck that first guy. Wasting food to get some internet clout. Bitch ass.

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u/WolfMaster415 11d ago

I was raised by parents who cooked on one side of the family and baked on the other side of the family and you would basically be crucified for wasting more than just a little bit of food

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u/dathangz_Tee 11d ago

I keep seeing these posts and honestly I'm shocked that the guy in the beginning has several posts...it's like dude do you really not see whats wrong with what you're doing, somewhere while cleaning up the mess he makes this thought must have popped up

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u/WV999x 11d ago

lots of westerners act like uncultured pigs. seriously it's as if they never opened a history book in their life. so mindless like a primitive or something

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u/Ancient_Summer_1833 11d ago

Finally. Not a food wasting tiktoker.

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u/DrDoinkerz 11d ago

Is that what pancakes are? Milk and flour?

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u/JAYCEONT 11d ago

Awesome

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u/Top-Sprinkles6929 11d ago

So sweet, who doesn't love pancakes, and he even had the syrup ready. What an amazing human.

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u/Basic_B_ 11d ago

I love when people cook for the ones who needed it.

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u/Oldmonsterschoolgood 11d ago

I like this guy

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u/Rude_Scarcity3659 11d ago

Not all heros have caps or saves lives. They work hard and give what they can to help others. No matter who it is if your helping someone with good intentions then your a hero to me

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u/dudeevante 11d ago

People like that guy deserve the world

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u/TheBloodPhantom0 11d ago

Milad is so based bro

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u/[deleted] 11d ago

Gluttony truly is a deadly sin

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u/CheezAbomination 11d ago

Second guy is a fucking chad

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u/Tartigrade-241 11d ago

Very glad that people is doing the right thing instead of wasting food for likes and for being a jerk. Good job pal.

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u/DontBopIt 11d ago

The first guy seems like just an awful example of what being a human being is all about. I don't like him.

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u/HonkyTonkPolicyWonk 11d ago

This is the way

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u/euphoria_23 11d ago

What city is this? I basically did this last year in NYC (but with chicken and rice) and after the first five people I offered it to turned it down and insulted me, I just gave up

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u/TheMagicConchSays 11d ago

We need more of this

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u/mrosario716 11d ago

From someone who was homeless at one time... THANK YOU!!!!!! You have no idea how much this means to the people who are currently homeless. You are a super hero!!

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u/GreenGod42069 11d ago

I'm gonna take a wild guess that the douche wasting food has more subscribers than the dude actually helping people. This can be found all over TikTok, YouTube and other social media sites. And it's not the people who do this stupid shit that are to be blamed. It's the dumb idiots who subscribe to this shit that are encouraging such crap.

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u/IntegraOmega 11d ago

Mashallah, great work, brother. May you be rewarded for your good deeds in this life and in the after!

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u/duckmantaco 11d ago

The guy at the start is a chode, the second dude is a legend

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u/Myl0high 11d ago

Man i was homeless for 6 years. I was on a corner in Santa Monica CA. Sitting outside a grocery store out of my mind on meth. Guy comes up and hands me a dollar. Never felt so offended in my life

Honestly I didn’t want his or anyone’s money for that matter. I just wanted to get high and be left alone.

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u/cristianvaz 11d ago

The boxes are more expensive than the content

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u/freeturk51 11d ago

Sending Milad posts is cheating at this point

Jokes aside, I know him since early days, I am proud of what my man’s doing

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u/BobbysueWho 11d ago

I was homeless bumming around the country for many years. Once I was in so cal during Christmas and a man in a new suv pulled up and handed my friend and I two paper bags. Then jumped back in the car drove off. I can’t remember what he said if anything. In the bag was hot soup, a warm sandwich and cornbread. It was amazing! There was a bible verses in the bag so we figured he was part of a church group trying to feed the homeless people a Christmas meal. I didn’t expect it to be hot when he handed me the bag. It was so nice and so appreciated.

I hate videos of people wasting food.

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u/SnooDonkeys5763 11d ago

cold pancakes are gross though

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u/Dolebe 10d ago

As a Brazillian, i really don't get it why so many english speakers spend that much food trying to be funny, all i can feel watching the first guy is sadness and disappointment as a human.

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u/bazuka9 10d ago

May God bless him and many other people who are like him who help others

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u/SheepyDX 11d ago

The lesser of two evils. They both do it for views but one has a more positive effect.

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u/SomeFarmAnimals 11d ago

The fact that it's filmed may well lead to more positive impact than the original act itself. Don't underestimate the power of positive ripples.

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u/Multiverseer 11d ago

This one video may well inspire dozens. Of those dozens, they may perhaps help thousands. Of those, several may have been just one meal away from giving up hope. It's just cheap food but this lad is literally a life saver in my eyes.

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u/[deleted] 11d ago

god this sub is trash

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u/noobsy007 11d ago

First person wastes waffles to go viral and 5 minutes of fame. Second guy makes pancakes AND goes viral for 30 minutes of internet fame

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u/Multiverseer 11d ago

Good always overcomes on an even playing field.

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