In today's edition of the Good Stuff, we see that giving may, in fact, be receiving. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
A YouTube prankster who typically makes people uncomfortable decided to use his platform to make a difference.
Dressed as a homeless person, he approached strangers with a cardboard sign and begged for change.
He was repeatedly brushed off, ignored and was even told by a few passersby to "get a job."
Yet, as seen in the video, a few gave what they could.
In turn, they received not only their donation back, but twenty dollars.
The experiment in instant karma perhaps teaches us not to judge a book by its cover.
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