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How to Pass a Person Begging for Money without Getting Noticed

Updated on May 18, 2013

As I was typing my new Hub Title, the exclusive-hub-title-loader suggested this topic and made me take it up! What a very useful and interesting title, leave alone being exclusive. It was time I put my talent to some greater good!

After spending some minutes thinking about the topic, here are a few tips to pass a begging person without being noticed:

Tip 1 : Wear an invisibility Cloak

I am sure everyone has this very useful cloak available, like Harry Potter. Have it handy in your bag and you can use it as soon as you see a Beggar at a distance. Once the cloak is on, abracadabra, you are invisible and invincible as well!

Tip 2 : Dress yourself up as a Beggar

This could be a little tricky as we might not always carry a spare beggar dress with us. The best way is to tear your dress up and roll on the road to get some dirt on yourself. This way, the beggar will not notice you for sure!

Tip 3: Act like a visually challenged person

Once you notice a person ready to beg, put up the body language of a visually challenged person. Have a stick in your hand and walk as if you can't see anything! Who knows, the beggar could drop a coin or two in your hands! Double benefit!

Tip 4: Teleport

This is the most useful and easiest tip of the lot. Teleport from your origin to destination, but, make sure you pass through the place where the person begging is standing, so that you succeed passing by without getting noticed!

Tip 5: Have an empty purse

As you pass the person, open your purse which is usually empty or carry an empty purse and open it in front of his/her eyes. I am sure, the beggar will not notice you, or even if he notices, he might give you some change to put inside your empty purse!

Hope these 5 tips help you to have fruitful experiences with those poor beggars on road! What a useful and informative topic to write on! I am proud!


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    • Deepika Arun profile image

      Deepika Arun 4 years ago from Chennai, India

      Appa, Sema la! :)

    • C.V.Rajan profile image

      Disillusioned 4 years ago from Kerala, India

      Hehe. Ah! How did I miss this?

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      Fareed 4 years ago

      what is piety.....