Friday, 29 June 2012

Good Deed Feed

This amused me.

The Metro have this thing called Good Deed Feed.

It's meant to be for people to say thanks for acts of kindness.

This week someone used it to crassly and hilariously praise themselves on their:

"...acute sense of style that is always reassuringly impossible to pigeonhole"

I didn't have access to a scanner but luckily someone on Twitter had taken a snap:



Note how just a couple of texts above someone is thanking someone for saving them from drowning.

2 comments:

Crimson Ebolg said...

The 'thank you for saving me from drowning' seems to be from a very eloquent dog.

Christina Martin said...

I didn't even see that on first looking!

Surprised he needed help, he has opposable thumbs.