Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by web genius, Aug 29, 2014.
Guys Please do this and help the needy one.
your cause is noble... but
we aint gonna donate any money to you man!
How the poor, homeless person supposed to cook the rice?
In India (and other parts of world too), people do the "free giveaway" with commitment and dedication, and never do that for publicity or showing off a selfie to the world, or with a challenger's mindset. They do it with humbleness, humility, and sense of selfless duty towards those who are not so fortunate. That's the right meaning of doing for others selflessly. Today's trend of challenging everyone else to do something is wrong, imho. A "Request" is a better word for the word "Challenge"... If those who are doing selflessly are somehow "shown" doing what they do for the great and true purpose, then the whole internet space will fill up in seconds.
F-U Rice. Really Rice? How about some cheeseburger?
Rice? Lol, What are we feeding pigeons?
Try explain the point of that to the Romneys of this world.
I'm not American but he is just a good example.
Also, I can't do your challenge. I haven't seen a homeless person in years, there is none anywhere near where I live.
Rice is a staple food in many parts of the world. Could be that OP is living somewhere in Asia. It makes sense. I would like to have some cheeseburger though.
This came across my mind aswell.
I read about the rice bucket challenge a couple of days ago. I think it's nice. But as someone else asked...how can it work if the homeless can't cook it?
Please don't be tempted to cook the rice and give it to your homeless mates. Cooked rise is a breeding ground for bacteria such as salmonella which can be deadly in some cases.
I think you're better of buying the homeless a healthy lunch that is high in carbohydrates.
I never pointed that to homeless people... we have plenty of them in our country, but most fortunate people will try to help them, at least where I live.
We have somethings which you don't have, you have somethings which we don't have... that's life!
I see so many people doing ice bucket challenge for fun.have they actually taken up the challenge whole heatedly for a cause?You said a request would be better word for the word challenge right?so Ok i request you to take up this.Can you do it?
Do you understand what exactly i mean buddy??If you cant understand simple basic language please don't comment unless you understand what exactly op mean. Don't be rude again.I posted this just because I don't need your money.I just posted this because its for a good cause.
If you really wish to do some thing go and donate bucket full of burgers to a home less.This is for every one you can give them cooked rice to.
I won't of course! You still sound it like a challenge. lol
Anyway, I am not into doing stupid things like a challenge match just for fun of it! I don't like following those type of people too who let the real serious thing go out of the window and make everything else look like kids' party fun.
No hurt intended of course to anyone doing it. I like to take bigger serious challenges which life presents to me, and the only real unseen Referee is happy with my little efforts, imho!
Anyway, some people don't take meaningless challenges from other people, they take the challenges from the one who matters the most! Then those challenges and the efforts to meet them, without bragging or dramas, become really meaningful for the life's objectives, even if those people fall a bit short of conquering them! Those challenges run for a life time, not for a mere 2 seconds of intense cold feeling which just needs a loud shriek and a shake to overcome the small pain!
Here one knows what's coming for them and then they brag for a life time, but not so for those unfortunate patients, or for those life-size challenge takers...
Lol,when you are not in to doing stupid things why do you want to do this stupid posts in this thread.No hurt intended of course
I nominate you for brick bucket challenge.
Yea lol, why don't do something that deserved to be called a "challenge", rice bucket is more like a request or something.
Separate names with a comma.