15 Posts Showing Humans Just Being Bros
On 5th September 2021
It's no surprise that humans can be terrible but this subreddit is out to prove that they can also be absolute bros. By bros they mean kind, helping and just plain old wholesome. Here is a collection of 15 times humans just went out of their way to be good people.
When the internet came together to honour the legacy of a little boy that passed
"This boy was a Youtuber who passed away. He was only 11 IIRC. His channel was sitting at 9.4 million subscribers and the internet decided to come together to earn him the platinum play button for 10 million. This is the number as of 30 seconds ago when I checked."
These caretakers went out of their way to make this joey feel like family.
These people who stopped their busy day to help some ducks cross the highway
This local restaurant that gives out free food everyday
This musician who is better than all of us
"I like to ride around parks while picking up trash and serenading strangers with my saxophone."
These people at a festival who decided to help this wheelchair-bound man crowd-surf
This kind soul who thought about the books in a storm
This father posted, "We have a Little Free Library that my son built for his Eagle Scout project a while back. Come Hurricane Ira and we find this post storm."
The note reads, "Took the books inside to keep them dry. Will return them after the storm."
This kind old man who was selling his used car
OP said, "Bought a used car from an older gentleman and found this after I got home."
The note, along with a $20 bill says, "Wanted you to start with a full tank of gas."
These amazing beach-goers that helped a beached whale back into the water
This brave individual who climbed a 6th floor ledge to save a scared cat
This man and a dog who share a mutual love for music.
This marching band that did a spontaneous birthday celebration for this wheelchair-bound kid
This biker who literally put out a fire
This firefighter giving water to a turtle he saved from a wildfire
This coffee shop that lets people have free coffee by 'paying with a post-it'