378 Strangers Bought Each Other Coffees At Starbucks.

Sup Travellers?! One particular Starbucks in Florida accomplished a really great thing last week Wednesday. According to Tampa Bay Times up to 378 strangers bought each other coffee in an epic "pay it forward" campaign started by one generous person.

One customer bought coffee for the person next in line at the drive through and instead of accepting the free coffee the customer buys one for the next person in line and the chain went on for over 11 hours.

"It makes your day better, I think," customer Lexie Kane told The Tampa Bay Times.

"Someone started a good thing and we’re just trying to carry the ball," customer John Myers told Bay News Nine.

The hot streak ended at about 6 p.m., when a woman insisted on just paying for her own drink.

I sometimes post a lot of sad and depressing stories but when a story like this comes along I just can't help but share it. It's just one one of those stories that can restore your faith in humanity for just a little bit. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.