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They thought they were going to the shelter. They walked into a five-star restaurant. Gasps!

It was a daring prank. He took a soup kitchen and transformed it. They can't believe their eyes.

They thought they were going to the shelter. They walked into a five-star restaurant. Gasps!

Most homeless people just caught one bad break too many.

They're not bad people. They're not irresponsible. They're just unlucky.


And as a result of their bad luck, the rest of us treat them like animals. Like not having a house makes you less of a human.

They also end up eating a lot of soup.

Hey, it's calories, right?

But what if some homeless people could have a fine dining experience? The music, the white tablecloths, the candles?

Prank It Forward decided to find out. They brought in a designer to transform the space.

A professional chef and a team of volunteers prepared the most stereotypically "fancy" meal they could think of: filet mignon.

The guests couldn't believe their eyes. They were astounded that all of this was for them.

But more than the food, the string quartet, the decor ... the thing they commented on over and over was how amazing it felt to be treated with respect.

How hard is it to offer another person some dignity?

According to this video ... not that hard. Kind of fun, actually.

Welp, the two skateboarding events added to the Olympics this year have wrapped up for the women's teams, and the results are historic in more ways than one.

Japan's Kokona Hiraki, age 12, just won the silver medal in women's park skateboarding, making her Japan's youngest Olympic medalist ever. Great Britain's Sky Brown, who was 12 when she qualified for the Tokyo Olympics and is now 13, won the bronze, making her Great Britain's youngest medalist ever. And those two medal wins mean that two-thirds of the six medalists in the two women's skateboarding events are age 13 or younger. (The gold and silver medalists in women's street skateboarding, Japan's Momiji Nishiya and Brazil's Rayssa Leal, are also 13.)

That's mind-blowing.

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