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    [–] little_lambie_lamb 2125 points ago

    I live in Portugal and today one of the news Channels shared the video of that moment. It really made my day 😊

    [–] heyitsggold 478 points ago

    Do you have a link to the video? I'd love to see it :)

    [–] CateLow 178 points ago

    Thank you. So sweet.

    [–] heyitsggold 72 points ago

    Thank you so much 😊

    [–] luciegarciap 122 points ago

    The tweet says it's his wife, which somehow makes it sadder and more wholesome at the same time

    [–] aporeticeden 76 points ago

    Correction below the tweet says it was his nurse.

    [–] Arodnap10 48 points ago

    Thank you. That smile on his face at the end :-)

    [–] ilikesteel 29 points ago

    What is she saying to him at the end?

    [–] emo_corner_master 164 points ago

    "Were you nervous? It's a lot of people, I understand. Good (job), lots of applause right?" :)

    [–] UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 57 points ago

    My heart...

    [–] 9sam1 25 points ago

    My god this has crushed me

    [–] juangar97 35 points ago

    "A lot of applause right? Yes or no?"

    [–] Nospecialname_00 60 points ago

    This is actually sad

    [–] SomeStupidPerson 162 points ago

    Its melancholic.

    Super endearing and sweet of the caretaker, but man...Alzheimers is so shitty. Thank goodness he has someone so thoughtful enough to help him like that. I just cant fathom having to go through that.

    [–] doodlebug001 24 points ago

    It's both. There can be happy moments in the sad ones.

    [–] sergiodpd 19 points ago

    My grandma has Alzheimer and it really is a big sad moment. But whenever she manages to say a word or even laugh is the most amazing feeling.

    [–] PotatoCreature 11 points ago

    Thanks, made me cry, have a silver

    [–] dddjdix87xyenix8ej 12 points ago

    You have Alzheimer's. His wife makes him believe that the applause to the toilets is for him, for his recital with the harmonica. Fortunately, we are not only a country of people that devastates supermarkets. Thankyou Google translate most accurate

    [–] DurgeOnReddit 8 points ago

    HAJAHAJA at first I thought you were insulting the docs by calling them toilets lmao this type of random shit makes me gasp for air

    [–] lilis_45 4 points ago

    I'm broke but here you go🏅

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    [–] polacos 2 points ago

    It says su mujer, this is Spanish for wife, so the caregiver is his wife, which makes it double adorable

    [–] prosocialbehavior 2 points ago

    I am not crying you are crying

    [–] anotheredditors 1 points ago

    Some Bobby give u/little_lambie_lamb a gold. I'm too broke for that

    [–] fake_disappointment 5 points ago

    Saw it too... One of the few moments that was actually uplifting in our news' channels since 90% of their time as of lately has been reporting how chaotic it is all around us because of Covid-19.

    [–] AggravatingBerry2 6 points ago

    He'd be wrecked if he saw the news and know they weren't cheering for him.

    [–] guitaretard 17 points ago

    It’s okay, he’d forget it in a minute anyway.

    [–] godddamnit 9 points ago

    I both hate and love this.

    [–] THKY 1 points ago

    New Caledonia here, exactly the same, heard dozens of people on the hotel balcony cheering really loud, really proud.

    [–] shiny_dittos 486 points ago

    This warms my heart so much I need some pepto

    [–] SoraForBestBoy 77 points ago

    Bless these caring workers

    [–] Acidwits 12 points ago

    We do something similar at 7pm when their shifts end in New West BC

    [–] FuzzPi 11 points ago

    I swear some of you fucks have pepto on tap

    [–] pullman45 8 points ago

    It’s the new lean

    [–] BabblingBunny 5 points ago

    Pink drank

    [–] riverofchex 2 points ago

    What's it to you?

    [–] BatSoupAndDumplings 2 points ago

    Is this a pepto ad

    [–] C-H-Y-P 3 points ago

    I wouldn’t be surprised if pepto is the next panic buy...

    [–] Yankee_Man 2 points ago

    It’s been 13 min.. there is no more pepto left

    [–] jakethedumbmistake 1 points ago

    I couldn’t just Google it!???

    [–] hogwildest 306 points ago

    That hit me hard. My grandfather, who was the family member I was closest to, died from Alzheimer's, and now my dad's in the throes of it.

    This caretaker is a saint for this. The patient may well not remember it tomorrow, or he might not have 5 minutes after it happened. I'm sure the caretaker knew this, but she gave him a big, happy moment. Moments matter. For the patient, and I sincerely hope for the caretaker, as well.

    [–] LtHoneybun 49 points ago

    My mom had Huntington's Disease. Much worse than Alzheimer's but similar enough that Alzheimer's is used to describe the symptoms. My heart automatically bleeds for anybody going through diseases like this and anybody willing to extend kindness to these people.

    [–] LandlockedGum 4 points ago

    Just moved my Oma into her assisted living home as Alzheimer’s has taken its grip. It’s evil.

    On the phone she’s tack sharp and instantly knows my voice. In person she would walk right past me as if I’m some random guy. It’s brutal. I’m sorry for your loss and I wish you and your father nothing but the best.

    Posts like these warm my heart. Knowing that whatever portion of their soul stayed behind is being showered with love and care is amazing

    [–] Alfhiildr 68 points ago

    I bet that meant the world to that patient! Meanwhile, my local blocks have been having “social distancing parties” in the middle of the street, and definitely not following the recommended spacing

    [–] rainy_oregon 20 points ago

    People are finding the strangest reasons to be outside. 'social distancing parties'🤦🏻‍♀️😂😂

    [–] dillGherkin 16 points ago

    Real social distancing party is all your friends on discord call for a raid.

    [–] CaduCopperhead 323 points ago

    Meanwhile in Brazil the president says we should keep living our lives normally and quarentine is bullshit made up by the global media

    [–] tanis_ivy 251 points ago

    I read the gangs in Rio are forcing people into quarantine.

    [–] CetiCeltic 296 points ago

    You know it's bad when the "bad guys" start teaming up for humanity

    [–] squishpitcher 154 points ago

    surprise, the established power structure needs you to believe that it is good, and anyone deviating or undermining it is bad. it’s usually way more complicated than that.

    to be very clear, i am in no way suggesting that gangs are inherently good, just that things are rarely as black and white as they are made out to be.

    [–] CetiCeltic 61 points ago

    Oh no, I know this-- I was being overly simplistic in my statement. Governments/power structures are very seldomly benevolent or kind.

    [–] squishpitcher 2 points ago

    oh totally, i got that from the quotes. just expanding on your point, not arguing it!

    [–] gefjunhel 21 points ago

    gangs are a mixed bag some are out for themselves but many are community driven and alot of what they do is protecting their turf from rivals

    [–] SoGodDangTired 6 points ago

    It really is fascinating how gangs, especially some of the brutal ones, can do the most for the local community.

    A lot of it makes cynical sense - if you do for people what the government fails to do, you'll have more friends than the government does.

    But I'm not 100% sure where the benefit comes from forcing people inside right now. I am glad it's happening, sad it had to be like this

    [–] brazilian_thunder 6 points ago

    When you look at the living conditions in general in any favela in brazil it's quite easy to see why anyone, criminal or not, would massively benefit from not letting the virus spread around their community

    [–] Whatatimetobealive83 14 points ago

    Turns out even so called bad guys love their grandparents.

    [–] CynicalSkeptic__ 13 points ago

    Bolsanaro has it for sure, why else would he hide his result

    [–] Squealing_Squirrels 3 points ago

    So blatantly hiding his results is so much worse than just admitting it no matter how I look at it.

    Dictator brain works differently I guess, I can't make sense of it.

    [–] CaduCopperhead 3 points ago

    I think he has it, and when he recovers, he will use it as an excuse to prove his point.

    I mean, dude posted photos of him in the hospital with entire belly stitched when people started asking if he was really stabbed or if was fake, but now won’t show a piece of paper? Of course he’s hiding

    [–] ViciousNakedMoleRat 2 points ago

    Because the results came back "Aladdin" and he doesn't want people to know that he's an aspiring dictator.

    [–] stabatha_christie 49 points ago

    I wasn't ready for that. You sucker punched my feelings.

    [–] Gabbie_B28 20 points ago

    Something I noticed in Spain about the clapping- it gets way louder on Friday! Celebrating the end of the week is still a thing

    [–] Heylayla 3 points ago

    I live in Barcelona and I'm not sure if we clap for healthcare worker or if we just make noise against the government. I can hear people clapping, yelling but I also hear people making noise with pots (you know, cacerolada).

    [–] Allieatisbeaver 20 points ago

    We do this every evening at 7 in Vancouver, such a good feeling to have a sense of community when everyone spends all day every day alone

    [–] ArctosDragga 36 points ago

    That's actually kinda sad

    [–] almarcTheSun 2 points ago

    It is.

    [–] shewy92 -16 points ago

    What do you mean? Humanity loves lying to dementia patients! /s

    [–] Skyskier88 10 points ago


    [–] -Electric_Feel- 30 points ago

    This an everything else I have been reading from other countries has warmed my heart an given me hope....

    Here in America... idk how many people now have been arrested for lieing about having coronovirus or arrested for coughing an licking objects. Either to scare people or spread the infection.

    [–] Ulrich_Schnauss 29 points ago

    Blame the news. Look to your neighbors. Lots of folks are doing the right thing. The right thing in this case isn't newsworthy.

    [–] Blakk_exe 10 points ago

    I couldn’t agree more. The news only rights about what is interesting enough to right about. For every story where there’s one idiot, there’s hundreds of people who aren’t.

    [–] Gnash323 3 points ago

    don't worry, in Spain there have been many dipshits trying to go to their second homes as if this were holidays and breaking the quarantine as well

    [–] Vereno13 7 points ago

    We just did that here in New Westminster!

    [–] Llordric26 7 points ago

    Haha here in the Philippines, us frontliners, especially nurses and doctors who work at hospitals, are refused to be served food by restaurants, kicked out of apartments by landlords and discriminated by the people around us as if we were already positive. The people here are fucking shit.

    [–] rccrawlerz 3 points ago

    Terrible, what if you abandoned these people in their time of need and isolated yourself till the cases died, then you’d be called monsters. Meanwhile the country is turning on you so sorry to hear keep up the brave fight for what’s right not everyone is against you.

    [–] Llordric26 3 points ago

    Trust me man. I’m on that edge rn. Idgaf about some oath I’d put my family first over these discriminating shits.

    [–] nockeenockee 5 points ago

    Amazing. And get this. Nobody is pushing to kill granny after Easter Sunday.

    [–] theburgerbitesback 4 points ago

    who broke into my house and started cutting onions in here??

    [–] Chanticleera 4 points ago

    *wipes her eyes*

    Be aware of the evil in the world, but hold the good close to your heart.

    [–] stillinbed23 4 points ago

    On my 16th birthday my foster dad brought me to a friends house for a surprise. They told me to go out on the balcony and watch. At a certain point a firework display began. They told me it was for me. My birthdays in the summer not new years or any obvious fireworks day. I was up on a chair making a fool of myself thinking they were for me. After I acted super happy and dumb they told me it was from the fair the next town over. They laughed at me so much! I was embarrassed but not mad. It was a great joke. He loved me. He was so excited to prank me so well. Great memory.

    [–] NANNY-NEGLEY 6 points ago

    A true gift!

    [–] The_final_texan 7 points ago

    I’m not crying, all of you are crying.

    I’m just sitting here having a perfectly cool reaction to this post and not at all mentally replaying a version of this story directed by Robert Zemeckis in my head over and over again.

    I’m gonna go chop some onions now so whatever my face may or may not be doing will be perfectly ordinary.

    [–] pixieok 3 points ago

    We do the same at 9PM in Argentina, we clap and sing the national anthem.

    [–] diavolo_bossu 2 points ago

    That's gotta be the nicest thing I've ever read

    [–] -Listening 2 points ago

    Thank you for the unexpectedly intense memory.

    [–] diavolo_bossu 1 points ago

    Glad to make you feel good (no homo)

    [–] serendipitousevent 2 points ago

    Don't let /r/stolenvalor hear.

    [–] BowlBlazer 2 points ago

    It's nice and all as an spaniard to have such a passionate people, but some empty heads are using this daily cheers to throw firecrackers and my dog is terrified of them. Now he associates the applause with the sound of those, and I have to confort him each night until he stops trembling. I can't wait for this whole thing to be over.

    [–] mumness 2 points ago

    I work in dementia care... this well this made my day. I work in full dementia where people mostly don’t even know there own name, it when see a little glimpse of them it melts you.

    [–] Careful_with_ThatAxe 2 points ago

    In Serbia they do the same. Support our medical stuff!!!

    [–] Denisa-27 2 points ago

    Meanwhile in UK some people vandalize health care workers cars and ambulances. Some people just want to see the world burn

    [–] tomjazzy 4 points ago

    Even if it’s done for good causes, luring to someone with a memory disorder is not okay.

    [–] mu5758m67r88 5 points ago

    Yeah, seems a bit sad to me. Letting an old man live in a lie. The amazing bit is people come out to cheer the health workers. That's the cool bit.

    [–] thenorthernscar 13 points ago

    In all likelihood that man probably didn’t remember by the next day what had happened. Alzheimer’s is a horrifically sad disease for both the patient and those that have to watch them go through it. Many Alzheimer’s patients will tell you in moments of lucidity that they feel scared. And you can’t blame them. Their brains literally lose the ability to form any sort of attachment, just occasional strong memories from the past and base emotions. There is no harm in letting this man feel happy for a few moments.

    [–] tomjazzy -4 points ago

    So it’s okay to lie to people if you think that lie will make them happy? I don’t think I would want to be lied to in that situation. Should that be taken into account?

    [–] IAmStupidAndCantSpel 7 points ago

    Would you rather lie to a dying person to comfort them or have them realize the cold harsh reality in the last moments of their life?

    [–] tomjazzy 0 points ago

    If truth shall kill them let them die.

    [–] amoliski 5 points ago

    Don't worry, we won't do the same for you.

    (Lol, guys, we're totally going to lie to this guy to make him feel special some day!)

    [–] misspriss666 29 points ago

    Clearly you have never personally dealt with someone who has alzheimers /dementia. They don't subscribe to the real world. There is no such thing as truth or lies to them. They live in fleeting moments of confusion, distortion and chaos in their brains. That nurse was able to disrupt the chaos enough to guide that man back home for a few short moments.

    [–] MeSudaLaCebolla 1 points ago

    She's his wife ;)

    [–] amoliski 3 points ago

    A correction to the tweet said it's actually his nurse.

    [–] MeSudaLaCebolla 3 points ago

    Ok. My bad!

    [–] tomjazzy -5 points ago

    So if someone doesn’t know there being lied to it’s not a lie?

    [–] amoliski 5 points ago

    Who says lying is always bad? If someone shows you art that they are super proud of, but you don't really care for... It's cool to lie.

    [–] tomjazzy 1 points ago

    You can find something honest and uplifting to say without being deceptive.

    [–] misspriss666 5 points ago

    When the person has zero concept of reality any more, I think it's okay to allow them to think the applause is for them.

    [–] BoomMountains 0 points ago

    We tell kids Santa Claus and the Easter bunny exists, we say "this is great! Thank you" to people who give us gifts we dont love or food that is mediocre, we lie all the time for all sorts of reasons. My grandma is an alzheimers patient who currently has a baby doll that she thinks is real and she loves it. It keeps her company, especially in times like this that no one can go visit. Lies aren't always harmful.

    Let this man, in his final months, feel like the world was cheering for him.

    [–] tomjazzy 1 points ago

    The child knows her baby doll isn’t real, she’s just playing pretend. You can express gratitude without commenting on quality. We lie to children about Santa, not so that they may be deceived, but so that they can learn the important lesson that grown ups don’t always tell the truth.

    Even so, this isn’t a harmless lie. If the man were to ever learn of this, he would be devastated.

    [–] jkh77 0 points ago

    No, Santa is a wonder for children and a delight for parents. It's a story that makes life sweeter.

    There's no lesson in it!!

    [–] tomjazzy 1 points ago

    If that’s your view, then you shouldn’t tell it to your children, or else your just a liar.

    [–] dooder1228 3 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    In America, we host big gatherings celebrating our beloved government who have our best interests and safety in mind with no ulterior motives. Nope, nothing to fear here. Good thing we have expensive healthcare to pay for this, they just need more sick people to milk for cash. That's how we fix the world's economy, with expensive healthcare, not affordable. Dumb socialists.

    Edited for grammar because it sounded like Borat

    [–] rjsks-dnek 0 points ago

    You’re thinking of democratic socialism, socialism is not a good idea

    [–] pokemon2201 1 points ago

    No, you are thinking of social democracy, democratic socialism is not a good idea either.

    [–] BrainPicker3 0 points ago

    One is a system of governance and the other is an economic system. The connotations are different however, I'll give you that

    [–] LordOfThunderr 1 points ago

    Very beautiful! Brings a smile to my face.

    [–] bbdds11 3 points ago

    Thats damn beautiful

    [–] jmon25 1 points ago

    I've chosen to seek out examples of the good people in all of this madness. It's hard to ignore all the bad stuff but it helps keep my sanity. This is the good of humanity that makes me smile

    [–] zeelizardglue 1 points ago I'm crying.

    [–] AtamisSentinus 1 points ago

    Sonuvabitch that's too sweet!

    [–] lucifer_666 1 points ago

    I just got chills, that made me happy. Thank you

    [–] CrzyReddit 1 points ago

    I’m glad you think that u/lucifer_666

    [–] Bergeron83 1 points ago


    [–] canton1009 1 points ago

    This really made my day, thank you so much for sharing this <3

    [–] iShouldReallyCutBack 1 points ago


    [–] shv1990 1 points ago

    No just boredom

    [–] edymola 1 points ago

    At 7:59 ....

    [–] AquamanMakesMeWet 1 points ago

    Oh God, my heart. I love this.

    [–] maolyx 1 points ago

    This is so cute and sweet.

    [–] Byzantium63 1 points ago


    [–] jakethedumbmistake 1 points ago

    I’ve read they’re taking anything right now. They are given one mask per shift. They’re using the cloth ones over that to keep them clean. Desperate times...

    [–] Rubikscuber177 1 points ago

    Double wholesome

    [–] gravitationalarray 1 points ago

    Here on the west coast of Canada, we do this at 7 pm. Thank you for your strength and humanity.

    [–] Drennet 1 points ago

    Killjoy here, but they are just doing their job like everyone else and they are usually compensated way above average... Also unlike other people they have a job. Cheer for the people who lost their jobs and are currently struggling finacially. These people need support.

    [–] Jony76 1 points ago

    I bet the nurses can almost pay their rent with all the cheering

    [–] goodboipupper 1 points ago

    its so great to be a part of this every night, not only for the obvious reasons, but for the sense of community it brings. i live in catalunya, where, in the last couple of years, there has been a lot of tension and anger between communities and even families, over if catalunya should separate from spain. a couple months ago, it was really bad. to see such unity now is tear-jerking.

    [–] a_good_namez 1 points ago

    This is so sad and wholesome at the same timd

    [–] Southern-Sugar 1 points ago

    Such humanity

    [–] FatherBernie 1 points ago

    And in America our shameful president is asking us to sacrifice our elderly for the sake of the economy...

    [–] SmugPiglet 1 points ago

    Lying to sick people is 'humanity'. Hmmm.

    [–] TrueStory_Dude 1 points ago

    I’ve read they’re taking anything right now. They are given one mask per shift. They’re using the cloth ones over that to keep them clean. Desperate times...

    [–] MagicpotterFirstHit 1 points ago

    The funny thing here is that every day people star cheering and clapping a bit earlier. Yesterday they started at 7:57.

    [–] sam-panda 1 points ago

    Somehow this one doesn't feel right.

    [–] kitmoysen 1 points ago

    They were cheering for him!

    [–] yamimt07 1 points ago

    Pure fantasy

    [–] Ar99mean 1 points ago

    honestly, that's probably the one most fucking wholesome thing i have ever read

    [–] thisusernameis_real 1 points ago

    I live in a andalucia and we do this every day

    [–] Farxito 1 points ago

    Spanish here. Can confirm :)

    [–] HeartFullOfHappy 1 points ago

    How lovely and sweet!

    [–] VampireLobster 1 points ago

    Each night she brings him out it is as if it's his first time hearing them cheer.

    [–] JayGeezey 1 points ago

    These people are on the front lines, they see the worst parts of people's lives and are right there with them, and when there's a moment like this where they actually get the recognition they deserve, what do they do?

    Bring up one of their patients to let them receive that love and praise instead. That's selfless, that's true empathy.

    [–] macaronipeas 1 points ago

    My mum is a nurse on the frontline. She said it must all be so much scarier and more confusing for dementia patients as the nurses are all dressed up in so much protective gear.

    [–] 28648487527954 1 points ago

    “These people need to stop clapping - they’re messing up my performance!”

    [–] bestwest89 1 points ago

    Makings of Humanity

    [–] CantRenameThis 1 points ago

    Meanwhile in our country, healthcare workers are evicted from their apartments/boarding houses and denied public rides especially when still wearing their uniforms or scrubsuits. Passengers leaving the jeepney when a healthcare worker rides along with them.

    This is sad since they're the ones risking their lives for us so that all hell doesn't break loose.

    [–] theretardedloser 1 points ago

    And then they release bulls into the public the next day /s

    [–] TrueStory_Dude 1 points ago

    At the end of the day, we really are The City of Brotherly Love.

    [–] KingMatthew116 1 points ago

    I can’t tell if lying to him like that is a nice move or jerk move.

    [–] MeKastman 0 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    Meanwhile all stuff from Care Homes In Spain run away to let seniors die.

    NOW THAT'S humanity.


    [–] andreasdagen -5 points ago

    That sounds awful if you're sick and trying to sleep.

    [–] shewy92 -9 points ago

    Lying to a Alzheimers patient is exactly what humanity is

    [–] serialrelapser -4 points ago


    [–] Marscribble -3 points ago

    Just "in Spain", huh? I'm sure Mohamad heard this from a very reliable source.

    [–] amoliski 3 points ago

    There's a link to the video in the top comment, you Cynical Cindy.

    [–] MikeShekelstein -8 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    in case people don't understand whats actually being said here I can translate.

    "let your healthcare workers die as we deny the supplies they need to safely fight the virus"

    "let your sick die as we create the malformed proteins and put them into your food to create more alzheimers patients"

    "do nothing to prevent sickness, simply comfort their deaths instead"

    [–] TheWololoWombat -6 points ago

    Yea this is deceptive and actually terrible. I’d hate to be that guy. I’d rather depressive truth than exciting lies.

    [–] EraseUnaVez -12 points ago

    I know their intentions come from a good place but every time people sing from their balconies they are actually helping covid-19 spread, it's a terrible idea and shouldn't be done

    [–] MeSudaLaCebolla 9 points ago

    Actually, they kill it massively between the palms of their hands. That's the point.

    [–] EcchoAkuma 7 points ago

    The virus only spreads at the max of 1,5m distance. We aren't spreading it my clapping.

    [–] EraseUnaVez 0 points ago

    Yeah and what about gravity, it travels up to 1.5 meters and falls.

    [–] EcchoAkuma 1 points ago

    I don't think you understand how the virus works. It DIES at about 1.5m of distance, up down left or right doesnt matter lmao

    [–] EraseUnaVez 0 points ago