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“Give The Shirt Off Your Back.” Literally.

When we say “Give the shirt off you back,” it's typically referring to a generous act and not necessarily a literal translation. In the video below, a man on the NY subway gives a fellow rider the actual shirt off his back, as well as a hat and other items. That kind of generosity should be shared!

Respect. (via Lazaro El Feo)

Posted by New Yorkers on Saturday, January 9, 2016

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