The good work of the man who said this ticktack is a failed viral.
Social media influencer Stuart Geoffrey this week shared his experience of buying a meal for a homeless man in Tiktak – the only person to advise him to eat healthy.
An amusing video It has been viewed more than 2.3 million times as of this writing and has inspired other platform users to share similar experiences.
“I’m back from now on … I can’t do it,” Geffen, who goes by @Janicon_ and has more than 648,000 followers on stage, says in the clip, unable to speak amid smiles. “It’s too scary,” he laughs before trying again.
“I’m back from McDonald’s, where I went to get coffee, and … the homeless person was sitting outside,” Jeffrey continued. The man asked him for a change, but with nothing, Jeffrey offered the man a little food instead.
“He was like, ‘Sure, can I get a coffee with two creams and a Big Mac?’
Geoffrey, 35-year-old Toronto resident, Bought the food, but as he was handing it over, the man warned him “In the future, a word of advice, I will abandon McDonald’s,” Jeffrey explains, holding it together.
“I was too shy to do a good job,” he concluded in the clip, “No, I can’t re-record it. I’m laughing too much.”
The comments on the video are full of stories shared by people who even thought they were doing a kind act, only to be hated in response.
“I once gave some money to a homeless man at the intersection and he said he should clean my car,” one commenter wrote.
“I once gave a homeless person 20 when they stopped at the intersection,” chimed in “Superstore” and “Chicago Party Aunt” actress Lauren Ash. “Don’t worry. Not all men like skinny women.”
Another viewer had a similar experience when she was eight months pregnant.
“After I fed him, as I was walking away, he would say, ‘Hey lady, walk like a horse,'” she wrote.