Tim Farber was handed a sandwich at a drive-through window and told that lunch was free. The motorist who arrived before him paid his bill.
It was part of an infectious trend that’s been bringing smiles to Winnipeg coffee store patrons, and Tim was happy to participate. He offered to pay for the order of a total stranger in the car behind him. “It literally made my day,” said Farber. “Hopefully, the guy behind me paid. Maybe it went on for a few cars.”
It’s not clear when this wave of generosity started rolling through the Canadian prairie city.
(READ the story in Macleans.ca)