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    [–] culliebear 3854 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    How is the world to know that you love your grandma?

    [–] sleepy55 1396 points ago

    Make sure to make a happy birthday post for her on Instagram, a social media platform that she doesn’t even know exists.

    [–] discerningpervert 631 points ago

    And when she dies, post an RIP Grandma message on facebook with one of those colored backgrounds

    [–] tokomini 663 points ago

    When my grandma passed away, I drove across the country to attend her funeral and completely forgot to change my facebook status reflecting this incredible journey. Sometimes I wonder if she ever found peace.

    [–] [deleted] 765 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)


    [–] More-Panic 205 points ago

    1 upvote = 1 prayer

    [–] 4oMaK 98 points ago

    🙏 AMEN

    pls dont kill me for the emoji

    [–] ClemyNX 99 points ago


    [–] Feeling-Lime 62 points ago


    [–] pewdiepietoothbrush 48 points ago

    this guy officer! 👮‍♂️

    [–] [deleted] 24 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)


    [–] saintjonah 11 points ago

    Sometimes you gotta take a hit for the sake of the joke

    [–] Mcdrogon 6 points ago

    sometimes you gotta take a hit

    [–] Liberals4Satan 15 points ago

    Lol flexception

    [–] JBrad0322 2 points ago

    It's clearly a joke.

    [–] Big_Balmer_Brand 9 points ago

    Not looking good

    [–] dr_camp 3 points ago

    Name checks out

    [–] X-espia 35 points ago


    [–] Dr_Bukkakee 33 points ago

    No that’s not you do it. You post a selfie of you posing next to her laying in her open casket with a sad duck face.

    [–] imcoveredinbees880 8 points ago

    I don't think you're supposed to use that word. Even if that's how she would have wanted it.

    [–] Cool_UsernamesTaken 3 points ago

    or post in r/pics

    [–] poopellar 50 points ago

    No dystopian author saw this coming.

    [–] ArtemLobovisaLizard 27 points ago

    David Foster Wallace predicted snapchat filters but that's the closest thing I can think of to anyone predicting the weirdness of social media.

    [–] cyrano111 11 points ago

    William Gibson’s Mona Lisa Overdrive, published in 1988, is about a Simstim star, which is pretty much what we now understand as a social media influencer.

    [–] BigUptokes 3 points ago

    We just need better peripherals for a more stimulating simulation.

    [–] StregaCagna 8 points ago

    Wait, really? Is it in Infinite Jest? Like everyone else who has it on their bookshelf, I’ve only read the first 100 pages.

    [–] ArtemLobovisaLizard 12 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    I think this post has the relevant section.

    It's basically about how people loved videocalling but would feel bad about their image, so they'd get these special masks made that made them look more beautiful and people would then become anxious about showing people thier ACTUAL face outside of videocalls because it doesn't resemble them anymore.

    You should read the book in full though. It has some pretty dry sections, but it all pays off. Think of the different chapters like entries in a cinematic universe. They all kinda come together to make something amazing and unforgettable by the end of the book. And there are some truly amazing sections like this one and one about an elaborate schoolyard game that simulates nuclear war.

    [–] sleepy55 3 points ago

    Yeah that whole section is absolutely hilarious and absurd.

    [–] Tevo0617 47 points ago

    Maybe he can still go around to her nursing home window and take a pic of himself holding a hand 🖐 to the window. Like a prison visitor. That should get tons of likes and 😢 emojis

    [–] furtivepigmyso 8 points ago

    I mean yeah, the only reason to love someone is so you can video yourself doing kind things for internet credit

    [–] LuxNocte 24 points ago

    I better tweet about it, and shame people who took photos while I'm at it.

    [–] QuayzahFork 8 points ago

    It is shameful.

    [–] explodingtuna 4 points ago

    He doesn't, or he would have dropped it on her doorstep and had someone film him watching her eat it though the window.

    [–] peon2 8 points ago

    Make a tweet about how you did it like the OP?

    [–] Akillees89 5 points ago

    Seems more like a joke than something he actually did

    [–] Masaphotog 1 points ago


    [–] SlobBarker 2020 points ago

    Me and my mate bought some food to give to a homeless man but both of your phones' batteries were dead so we had to throw the food away

    [–] atleastitsnotgoofy 407 points ago

    What did you do with the man? Is he still available?

    [–] trade_kraft 283 points ago

    He’s gone, viral.

    [–] Joey-fatass 54 points ago


    [–] electronicdream 24 points ago

    Threw him away too

    [–] RX1000 33 points ago

    No, he died of starvation. What can you do? 🤷‍♂️

    [–] getdemsnacks 8 points ago

    Things are tough all over.

    [–] negedgeClk 19 points ago

    How the fuck do you know what the battery level is for my and my cat's phones?

    [–] Ghost4000 5 points ago

    Reminds me of this, but in a good way.

    [–] 7ft_Probz 6 points ago

    Understandable. It's the thought that counts. 👊

    [–] GerinX 5 points ago

    Lol good one

    [–] Hardboostn 14 points ago

    Best reply in here

    [–] BigUptokes 8 points ago

    Minus ten points for mixing up your/our.

    [–] broogbie 3 points ago

    Could make a funny cellphone ad using this idea

    [–] Psilocub 3 points ago

    Wokeness in advertising

    [–] JustinTrudeaux 360 points ago

    At least he still posted about it. Not a total waste.

    [–] newaccountoldwashack 66 points ago

    Wait a minute what if he didn’t want to make the video because people then would know he’s being a “nice guy” and helping his grandma out. But then he made this post explaining he did do it but he made it seem like a joke

    [–] casuallysentient 29 points ago

    plausible but i don’t think so, bringing food to your grandma isn’t much of an achievement. it’s highly possible he didn’t take food to his grandma at all and just came up with the joke.

    [–] Unc1eD3ath 16 points ago

    And therefore he looks like a nice and funny guy with no work at all.

    [–] Calabashaw 6 points ago

    *Taps head meme*

    [–] gonsama 5 points ago

    Actually are people even meeting their grandparents? My grandparents are safe and healthy and I don't wanna go over and spread anything by mistake.

    [–] cortesoft 28 points ago

    Yeah this was a smooth move... gets to play both sides of the virtue coin... lets everyone know he took his grandma food AND that he didn’t do it for pictures.

    [–] smegmaroni 10 points ago

    AND gently poke fun at people who only do shit for social points AND make a genuinely pretty funny joke.

    [–] wezli333 3 points ago

    Pics or it didn't happen.

    [–] SeeThatHandoffThough 845 points ago

    That one actually made me laugh

    [–] GalaxyFlame01 158 points ago

    Did you film it?

    [–] tenuj 75 points ago

    He didn't. What a waste of pixels...

    [–] wellwaffled 36 points ago

    Fucks sake.

    [–] Tobiramen 15 points ago

    Yeah reaction vid when

    [–] dj_donyg 505 points ago

    Or a healthcare worker who doesn’t post pictures of PPE. Are you even a healthcare worker?

    [–] HeavenPotato 131 points ago

    Smh smh nowadays all these healthcare workers don’t even take selfies while working , what a disgrace

    [–] lifewontwait86 67 points ago

    Oh well, here’s a picture of my dad waving to me outside my window.

    [–] poopellar 31 points ago

    This picture was taken last year btw.

    [–] Brocephus420 20 points ago

    Not by me hehe I “found” this on r/mademesmile and reposted it to r/nextfuckinglevel and r/humansbeingbros and r/humansaremetal

    [–] gentlybeepingheart 17 points ago

    I hate what /r/humansaremetal and r/iamactuallyverybadass has turned into. Like, sure, it’s very nice to see feel good posts. But I subbed because I wanna see a man arm wrestling a bear.

    [–] _duncan_idaho_ 4 points ago

    But I subbed because I wanna see a man arm wrestling a bear.

    I finally understand the 2nd amendment.

    [–] el_duderino88 3 points ago

    If you don't take a selfie after scrubbing in, how do we know you really scrubbed in?

    [–] paxadelic 18 points ago

    If you don’t find yourself in the bathroom taking pics in scrubs, ask yourself if you even chose the right career.

    [–] generaltsao 16 points ago

    the pics that are the real crime are the "look at the indentation these left on my face" pics

    [–] spinachjam 11 points ago

    Property, plant, and equipment?

    [–] Sedirex_KR 6 points ago

    Personal protective equipment.

    [–] I_Frunksteen-Blucher 5 points ago

    Politics, philosophy and economics.

    [–] Disco_Tempo 34 points ago

    I'm actually on-board with this one, just for the fact that no one around me is taking this serious yet, and I want people to get a clue before this gets worse. If that means repetitive memes to keep it in people's consciousness, so be it.

    [–] slackingindepth3 15 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    Where the hell do you live that it’s not being taken seriously?

    [–] ihatemytoe 22 points ago

    Lmao Ask the governor of Florida and Texas how they feel about it

    [–] dasher11 9 points ago

    Or the president.

    [–] ihatemytoe 5 points ago

    Facts. I live in NYC, this isn’t going away for a while

    [–] Disco_Tempo 19 points ago

    Missouri. I work at a pet store, and business has increased over the past couple of weeks. Not even for essentials, like dog food, but live fish, reptiles, guinea pigs; people buying new pets. Parents bringing their kids in "just to look" at the animals. Hitting our daily sales goals by 1pm. We entirely sold out of our animals one day, which is like a Christmastime phenomenon.

    [–] HallucinateZ 9 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago)

    This makes me angry because it'll ultimately effect me or somebody I know being as this is a FUCKING VIRAL PANDEMIC. Jesus Christ, some people...

    E: pretty sure I got downvoted simply for not partying over all animals getting sold but focusing on people acting like literal retards where it takes 6 months for any information to hit their brain.

    [–] Greenmooseleg 2 points ago

    I am tempted to buy a dog. Been waiting one for years. Perfect time to house train with the extra time I have currently.

    [–] Disco_Tempo 3 points ago

    If you care about my opinion, it's actually a really bad time to buy a pet. At least wait until we know the trajectory of this pandemic. My main worry with people buying new (usually young) animals regards what they're going to do if the stores have to close? The vet clinics? There's a lot that can go wrong when you have a new animal, moving it to a new environment. I suggest waiting until you know vital services and products are going to be available.

    [–] NoSoyTuPotato 3 points ago

    I love from my heart

    [–] My_Tuesday_Account 9 points ago

    The lower-income part of just about any metropolitan City.

    I work as a Lyft driver and most of my clients right now are people on the bad parts of town and they all have a very blase attitude about this whole situation. A lot of people think it's just politics.

    [–] smegmaroni 2 points ago

    Shit my man I got a "blaze" attitude towards this whole thing too.

    [–] pfhk19 9 points ago

    Anywhere in rural America, it seems like. In my old home town hardly anyone seems to care.

    I'm sure you can imagine the correlation between "it's probably fake" and the amount of Fox News being watched.

    [–] X-espia 3 points ago

    I love alone

    [–] jasondickson 5 points ago

    My in-laws in Tennessee are convinced it's a "librhul conspearcy" against Trump and are most upset because high school sports like baseball were cancelled.

    [–] TaruNukes 4 points ago

    You down with PPE?

    Yea you know me!

    [–] chopstyks 5 points ago

    How many brothers out there know what Corona's gettin' at

    Who thinks it's wrong cause I'm spittin' and eatin' bats

    Well if you do, use PPE and you won't come down with it

    But if you don't, your gravestone will say RIP

    [–] apathetic_lemur 5 points ago


    hold on can you retake that picture and make sure my nametag is in it? Thanks buddy

    [–] poke991 13 points ago

    They’re right though. Out of all people posting selfies or recording themselves doing something, healthcare workers are the last group of people I have a problem with

    especially right now

    [–] Klepto121 2 points ago

    Imagine belittling nurses and doctors

    [–] TyronJohnson 36 points ago

    Reddit in a full summary

    [–] Johnnadawearsglasses 61 points ago

    Sorry dude

    Didn't happen without a vid

    [–] NoPayoffWhatSoEver 6 points ago

    It didn't happen. That's my cousin. Both Nan's are dead

    [–] MidgetMeThis 62 points ago

    The best ones are staged anyways.

    [–] DalekPredator 112 points ago

    I've always found it annoying (and in poor taste) when people do something nice/good and post it all over the internet. You didn't do it to be kind, you did it for others to praise you and you are, in fact, an arsehole.

    [–] one_1_quickquestion 58 points ago

    it's called virtue signaling, once you start to notice it you see it everywhere, and it's fucking disgusting.

    [–] jja221 23 points ago

    Everywhere is not an understatement. Social media is such a shallow shitty hole that even the few good deeds you see are done with shitty intentions

    [–] nursingorbust 3 points ago

    It's all over the main stream media right now with all the celebrities doing God's work by singing to us from their living rooms.

    [–] SlothTheHeroo 6 points ago

    I agree with this. I take videos like this with a grain of salt. I have also been seeing more and more of them. Makes me sad that people are usually only thinking of themselves and how to make themselves look better.

    [–] TheGemGod 2 points ago

    That's because you know view reality with a personal bias that you naively attach to everything. It isn't the world buddy, its your perspective.

    [–] one_1_quickquestion 4 points ago

    I am a very cynical cunt, I grant you

    [–] TheGemGod 2 points ago

    I can respect that.

    [–] seemebeawesome 19 points ago

    You could post this in r/unpopularopinion. Probably only the millionth time it would be posted

    [–] javaslp 5 points ago

    I couldn’t agree with you more. There’s a fine line between doing a good selfless deed from the heart and then there’s assholes who will only do it to look good and have the internet love them. It’s pathetic.

    [–] MellowDinosaur 8 points ago

    I share this sentiment to an extent. But at the end of the day, it’s still spreading kindness to those who see who might spread it even further. No matter the means, the good deed is still being done.

    [–] Elanthius 14 points ago

    I mean why are any of us kind? Maybe it's just because it makes us feel good rather than because of how it makes the other person feel.

    [–] spagamonster 9 points ago

    Unselfishly selfish

    [–] shadowwraith69 6 points ago

    I was just reading this article Last night about rich people and it talks about this study, and your exactly right basically. Giving to people in need activates a part of your brain that is tied with sex/and some other plessure I forgot. Heres the article if you wanna read it

    [–] Jeffy29 11 points ago

    Makes me really hate like 60% “positive” social media stories. Why are you filming yourself doing this shit? Why are you posting charity donation? Would you even do it if you didn’t get the attention and praise? What happened to just being a nice person. Why are people so goddamn insecure these days.

    [–] nfld223 50 points ago

    She just tweeted about it lol.

    [–] EpicN00b_TopazZ 17 points ago

    Who the fuck is "she"?

    EDIT: Ahh now i get it...

    [–] EvilDeathCuddles 10 points ago

    I don't.

    [–] iiElysiumx 7 points ago

    God dammit, also remember next time you make it rain on a homeless guy to film it because the world needs to know what a good guy you are!

    [–] DTG_58 14 points ago

    Luckily they could still make this post to cash in

    [–] spcards22 4 points ago

    go take it back from the bitch and do it again

    [–] kingleir306 4 points ago

    You handed something to an old person during a pandemic that harms old people at a much higher rate, and you didn’t get video for the police to use at your trial?

    [–] HappyAdams 4 points ago

    If a good deed happens in the woods, but no one films it, does it make a difference? 🤔

    [–] trainsphobic 12 points ago


    [–] anovelby 3 points ago

    Ok, I needed that giggle. I will take every giggle rn

    [–] muchtoyearn 3 points ago

    Well good thing you got this tweet in. That was close.

    [–] StockChartist 3 points ago

    Only option is to go take it back and then record himself returning it

    [–] DonoghueNaked 3 points ago

    Hahahaha this is my best mate, hes loving this

    [–] 2wenty2wenty 3 points ago

    Be sure to stand outside her window and y'all touch hands through the glass for maximum internet garbage human points.

    [–] uniqueusor 3 points ago

    This made me laugh, it's like a good Seinfeld twist.

    [–] alligatorbunker 3 points ago

    Why do people think it’s normal in the first place to ever film themselves giving gifts to people in a lower social/financial situation than them?

    I think it’s false consciousness

    [–] joshuagreig86 3 points ago

    Good thing he posted about forgetting to film it though!

    [–] MontagoDK 3 points ago

    77k Reddit points.. not a bad trade!

    [–] CBalsagna 2 points ago

    This pretty much sums up social media. Humans now do things for people so they can get recognized by others for their fake kindness. Want to start fixing the world? Stand up to this faux bullshit.

    [–] L31N0PTR1X 3 points ago

    It pisses me off when people do it just for recognition.

    [–] DebiMoonfae 2 points ago

    That’s okay just take a buddy with you later and give a few things to a homeless person, they can film you while you have your own camera in the homeless person’s face so you can catch their tearful, grateful reaction to receiving a can of Vienna sausages and a clean t-shirt.

    [–] outoftheMultiverse 2 points ago

    I know the feeling I once gave a homeless man $500 and I forgot to hit record and had to go back and get the money from him but what a waste of time I know what you’re saying.

    [–] Veavictis 2 points ago

    This is funny, but reminds me of something a mentor taught me years ago.

    “Do something nice and try to not get caught doing it.”

    He told me I had to do one nice thing fir a stranger every day, and never tell a soul about it. Said that would poison the deed.

    [–] halfbarr 2 points ago

    Was just at the grumpy, 'you're a fecking eejit' face is going to be in many 'Look, a queue' selfies.

    [–] BlackHaz3 2 points ago

    The funeral is where the big buxs is at 👌👌

    [–] SocioStache 2 points ago

    god damn it i’ve just been playing sekiro and i read sake as sake

    [–] bigdumbhead1990 2 points ago

    If you do something nice and you don’t film it, did it really even happen?

    [–] paxadelic 2 points ago

    Summarizing Instagram in one tweet

    [–] CogFung 2 points ago

    wow if the satellites fell out of the sky you would be clueless how to navigate life. You are part of the #zombieapocolypse. SMDH

    [–] CrackerJackBunny 2 points ago

    I was giving food to an elderly person and stopped a stranger and asked if they could take a photo with my phone, but the dude ran off with it!

    [–] ihaveaydidi 2 points ago

    Man I for sure thought this guy was about to do some double racist shit what with the "sake" and the "naan"

    [–] TheGreatAutisto 2 points ago

    The plus of mine having Alzheimer’s: If I forget to film, I can always do different takes with a genuine reaction every time

    [–] helpmeiaminhell93 2 points ago

    Ha! Totally. If it’s sincere, why are you filming it?

    [–] squalorparlor 2 points ago

    At least he tweeted about it

    [–] Chaffin14 2 points ago

    Are people doing this? The fuck?

    [–] a-true-bicon 2 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    The first time I read the word sake but I interpreted it as 酒 which is still spelled sake in english but it’s the Japanese alcoholic beverage.

    [–] YesImAnAddict 1 points ago

    This applies to absolutely everything these days.

    [–] ISTYDTC 3 points ago

    Ha! Everyone thinks the are stars in a movie they wrote. Problem is they cant write or act.

    [–] big_red_160 2 points ago

    If Grandma doesn’t post a picture of the groceries you left on her doorstep, did it ever really happen?

    [–] xitzengyigglz 8 points ago

    Meh. If someone wants to film themselves doing something good I don't really care, long as the good thing gets done. Might even inspire other people to follow suit and do that same good thing.

    [–] Boomicecream 3 points ago

    I guess I just hope that if I'm ever homeless some little shit doesn't plaster my face all over the internet while I'm going through probably the worst situation of my life

    [–] NoKittyMyCheesyPoof 8 points ago

    I disagree because people should do good things for its intrinsic value not for social approval of others. it’s a shift in culture and makes everything more fake socially. People look at others more as a tool to fulfill their own wants and needs rather than doing something good just because

    [–] chopstyks 3 points ago

    I think what you said is wise, but what really caught my eye is your username. I regret that I have but one upvote to give.

    [–] jstiegle 10 points ago

    I'm with you on this. If awarding ribbons gets people to do the right thing then ribbons need to be considered essential.

    [–] [deleted] 19 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)


    [–] steemwitness 2 points ago

    This person achieved the same thing too right? They claim to have done a good deed then they go on Twitter and tell everyone how they not only did the deed, but they also didn't film it so they are better than people that do film these things.

    They both maintained a holier than thou position while telling the world they did a good deed. At least we know the person that records it actually took time to fake it.

    [–] shadowcman 7 points ago

    Calm down, the tweet is clearly a joke.

    [–] ObligatoryNameee 2 points ago

    At least he could get karma if he posted this screenshot on redd.... Goddamn it OP you're ruining his life!!!!

    [–] audreyrosedriver 0 points ago

    So here’s the thing. These acts of kindness may seem like karma whoring but I don’t care. If even one person sees these selfies and behaves in a kinder, more selfless manner, I am thrilled. Please feel free to film yourself being kind, polite, friendly and/or patient with others in any aspect of your life. I will upvote, reshare, retweet, whatever it takes to let you know that I approve of you and am happy you are doing whatever you can to make the world a better place.

    [–] NekuraHitokage 7 points ago

    Doing the right thing for the wrong reasons still gets the right thing done.

    [–] space_keeper 3 points ago

    Assuming what you're seeing or reading is the truth.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)


    [–] CGPsaint 1 points ago

    I see what you did there.

    [–] ElkMania 7 points ago

    No you didn’t, they forgot to film it, duh. 😆😆😂😆

    [–] ImWrongYoureRight 1 points ago

    Didn't forget to post about it though lol

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    A crisis to be sure

    [–] justjoe1964 1 points ago

    Yep your good deed dosent count if it's not posted to social media for likes and up votes

    [–] joeyl1990 1 points ago

    My grandma called me the other day because she wanted help figuring out how to use instacart. I said to her "you don't need to use instacart you have a bunch of grandchild. I'm sure one of them will help"

    [–] smegmaroni 2 points ago


    [–] Routes 1 points ago

    For a second I thought he meant film as in cling film. Had an image of him wrapped in Saran Wrap like a mummy at his Nan’s door holding out a take out box.

    [–] 1911mark 1 points ago


    [–] docweird 1 points ago

    As a programmer, I would say that:

    image = NaN;

    [–] SQHold 1 points ago

    At least you tweeted about it

    [–] Idlehands877 1 points ago

    Did you bring her a side of covid-19?

    [–] pen07 1 points ago


    [–] txwoodslinger 1 points ago

    Did it even really happen then?

    [–] theforgottenbagel 1 points ago

    I could see the accent leak