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Rachel Kristen
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RM 10 is all it takes.
Wednesday, July 4, 2012, 6:53 PM
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Whoever said money can't buy happiness.......is wrong!

Okay, at least this time around.

Been feeling guilty about the 10 bucks i owe to a stranger. 

The story goes like that.

I was at the auto pay station after a meeting one day and it was late. It didn't help that the machine only accepts notes and dispense only coins, which doesn't make sense to me at all! No one was around and with all the crimes happening in the Klang Valley naturally I got paranoid.

Suddenly this stranger walked pass me and I asked if he had change for RM 50 (that's all I had in my purse) and he opened his wallet and gave me his only RM 10 note without hesitating.

I paused for a moment.

Not because I was feeling bad about taking his only RM 10 note....ok, I was I WAS >.<
..but because he gave it to me without hesitating. Others would have just left me to die.

Okay, i'm just being dramatic. 

But point is, he gave me his only RM 10 note and smiled. 

I gave him my million-dollar-i-owe-you-my-life-thank-you smile in return and promised I would pay him back. Took out my name card holder but we both ran out of cards, chuckled and ended up swapping phone numbers. I blushed a little because he was cute rofl. Okay, i'm just kidding. KIDDING.

Fast forward one week, he must think i'm a con artist..i'm such a terrible person because i forgot about the money until a friend asked. I was so caught up with how there are still good and kind hearted people like him out there. Yes, good people are rare to me these days because people whom I used to think were good, kind, and have a backbone proved me wrong.

But today I texted and he replied 'no problem' with a wink. So I suppose he doesn't think i'm a con artist..so YAY! will finally be meeting him tomorrow.

P.S. It would be nice to know how it feels like to be a con artist for a day though.

*evil grin*

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