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Woman expresses gratitude to workers constructing her house with an elaborate home-cooked feast

A woman's heartfelt gratitude shines as she treats workers to a lavish homemade meal, nourishing their bodies and spirits.

Woman expresses gratitude to workers constructing her house with an elaborate home-cooked feast
Cover Image Source: TikTok/@hectorasencio771

Feeding people is a profound and selfless act that transcends the simple act of providing nourishment. Giving somebody a home-cooked meal is a universal gesture of care and allows people to connect on a fundamental level. Providing a meal allows people to unite despite differences. It's all about spreading love one meal at a time. A roof construction worker @hectorasencio771 recently shared a video where a woman offered a grand home-cooked meal to them and their coworkers while they worked on her house.

Image Source: TikTok/@hectorasencio771
Image Source: TikTok/@hectorasencio771

The video is captioned, "Grateful for the food," and has got over 921.2K views with over 3000 comments. In the video, we see the workers relaxing on the woman's lawn with many dishes and drinks spread in front of them. The lady can be seen approaching them with a plate in her hand and asking, "Everyone get one?" She continues by asking if everybody got enough as she places the plate down.

Image Source: TikTok/@hectorasencio771
Image Source: TikTok/@hectorasencio771

The woman takes a count of all the workers and tells them that she has ice cream and baked apples ready to serve hot in the oven. The worker is happy to hear this and thanks her. She returns to her house and viewers get to see the lavish spread that the woman has given the workers. People on the platform loved the woman's gesture and chimed in with their thoughts in the comments section.

 

Image Source: TikTok/@princess94910
Image Source: TikTok/@princess94910

 

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Image Source: TikTok/@jazxxvi

@daybydaywithkay said, "This is so sweet of her, I wish the whole world could learn from this. I love everyone." Another user, @katyaglopez, shared, "Those types of homeowners are the ones I'm grateful for when my dad has to work because they make sure he's set!" @emilyveryown added, "Imagine everyone was like her. God bless her soul and thank you guys for your hard work." @yazminh482 commented, "This is how you take care of the people who take care of you!"


 
 
 
 
 
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Another similar wholesome incident involved a deli cashier from New York, who has decided to give away food to customers on a frequent basis. But there's a small catch - he asks customers to solve a riddle before they can take their food. The store, Lucky Candy, is located in the Bronx in New York City. Ahmed Alwan, the 20-year-old college student who also happened to work at the store as a cashier, came up with the idea.


 
 
 
 
 
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The game became quite a hit with many customers. The rules of the game itself are pretty straightforward. Alwan shouts out a simple math question and customers get one chance to answer it. If they get it right, they are allowed to run around the store within five seconds and get whatever they want for free. 


 
 
 
 
 
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Alwan spoke to CNN, saying, "All I wanted to do was to help people. But I wanted to make it fun. So, I made a TikTok and chose a challenge, asking them a math question. It's a way to entertain and educate people in need while putting a smile on their faces, too." Ever since he began posting videos on his Instagram, he has become popular and has gained quite a lot of followers. But ultimately, he does it to give back to the community. 

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