Oklahoma City, OK - Doug Eaton got the idea to do something different for his birthday from one of his friends on Facebook who told him to do 65 random acts of kindness.
So on his 65th birthday he spent 65 minutes handing out $5 bills to strangers on the corner of a neighborhood street in Oklahoma City.
Some people were unsure of what was going on, while others would drive by several times to make sure they were reading the sign correctly.
Some took the cash and those who really didn't need it told him to give to someone who really does.
Eaton says giving the cash away made him feel like he'd just received the best birthday gift ever!
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