The nicest thing anybody has ever done for me was back in 2004 during Christmas time. I was working for the Salvation Army ringing the bell for donations in front of a store and it was freezing cold, I was shivering terribly. I only had a high school letter jacket to keep me warm. My supervisor stripped me of my jacket saying that it was inappropriate for me to wear and didn't look professional enough so I had to stand in the snow, sleet and freezing rain for hours ringing a bell. Close to the end of my shift, there was this kind woman who saw me shivering and asked me what my glove size was. I said I have no idea. She said she'd be right back. Minutes later, she returned with very warm gloves, a matching beanie, and a large hot chocolate to keep me warm. I began to cry. I felt so humbled by this random act of kindness. I thanked her numerously and she slipped a $20 bill into the bucket. I will never forget that random woman. I am eternally grateful. I did end up with a very bad pneumonia which nearly killed me. Was hospitalized for three months and almost died. Never the less, I will never forget her good deed.