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Country kindness makes a ‘bad day good’

January 25, 2015

Bad Day Good – Random Acts of Kindness

YouTube video Mark O’Shea

Jan 22, 2015 – THE concept is both powerful and simple – perform random acts of kindness and make the world a happier place.

Nashville-based Aussie country duo O’Shea put it to the test yesterday, reaching out to strangers in Tamworth as part of a “guerilla gratitude” campaign.

Husband and wife Mark and Jay O’Shea, who used the same concept in their popular video clip #baddaygood, paid for coffee and doughnuts at Shoppingworld, covered a drive-thru order at McDonald’s, doled out free ice cream to tourists at the Big Golden Guitar and even taped $20 notes to petrol pumps at Caltex in Marius St.

“It’s pretty amazing when you see people’s facial expressions when they realize they’re getting something for free,” Mr O’Shea said.


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