The holidays are a time for giving. That’s the lesson we’ve all been taught since our childhood, and luckily, some people never forget it. That’s especially true for Tim Hortons customers, who seem to be keeping up a special holiday tradition this year.
Recently on Twitter, people are sharing their experiences going toand having the person in front of them pay for their order. It’s a small gesture, but it means a lot to people, especially on a cold winter day when they really need a coffee!
Paying it forward atis the kind of thing that reminds you what the holidays are all about. The customers don’t necessarily know each other, yet they offer this gesture of kindness.
The idea is to then pay the gesture forward and do the same thing for the people behind you, or to even just do something else kind for someone. A man who paid it forward at Timmies in 2017 even ended up saving someone’s life.
In most cases, these customers don’t even end up interacting in any way. People have tweeted about pulling up to the drive-thru window only to be told by thestaff that their order was already paid for. They’ve also tweeted about someone in line in front of them sneakily paying for their order.