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Pay It Forward, Kindness Or Greed Videos

“You can keep this $10 or elect to give it to someone else, then I’ll add another ten.”
 
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Video the offer to random people on the street. If they pay it forward, play celebratory music, fanfare, cheers or whatever, if they keep it just play a buzzer noise.

If they give it to a homeless person, superimpose a crown, sunglasses, angels dropping ribbons etc onto their still frame shot.

The reason it might be interesting is to see how high it gets. Then you might ask yourself, “Would I give away a thousand bucks?”

Celebrate kindness and shame greed. Might be worthy of 60 seconds or so on TicTok.

doctorremulac3, Mar 17 2024

Take the money, or double it and give it to someone else. https://www.youtube...watch?v=_lNKVooTz10
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Mar 17 2024]

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       I've seen this before. I'll see if I can find a clip.   

       Has the makings of a good ponzi scheme.
xenzag, Mar 17 2024
  

       Okay [link]   

       // I've seen this before //   

       No you haven't. The link you found didn't have doc's flourishes of music, fanfares, cheers, buzzers, etc. And it was on YouTube instead of TicTok.   

       I mean, if you ignore countless other social experiments done over the years looking at where people will put personal interest over charitable impulses, it's obvious that doc's implementation is completely, mathematically 10000% times more original than anything else.
a1, Mar 17 2024
  

       But besides that...   
      
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