This Excessive-Schooler Positioned A Single Sq. Serviette On The Milk He Spilled Over The Complete Desk

It is not always easy to take a step forward in a time of crisis, but luckily the following story shows that some people are still willing to do whatever it takes to do what is right: This high school student put a single square napkin on the milk he spilled all over the lunch table.

Well done young man! This is how you get to the occasion!

During lunch today in the fifth lesson at Torrington High School, 15-year-old Evan Redman accidentally knocked over his milk carton while trying to beat one of his friends in the nuts, and while many young people may just leave the mess to someone else Evan wasted no time taking action. When others at the table jumped out of the way to avoid getting wet with milk, Evan stood quietly, muttered “Fuck, my bad,” and dutifully walked across the cafeteria to the area they sell food and grabbed a single one brown napkin. which he then placed in the middle of the puddle of milk as it slowly spread over the entire surface of the table.

But that was not all. When his friends ate and talked again despite the lack of milk right in front of them, Evan decided to go the extra mile and began to swirl the soaked napkin in the milk to push some of it through the crack in the table so that it would fall onto the The floor will fall, making the table surface even cleaner. Better yet, this thoughtful act also inspired his friends to help out, and they made a game of pushing their lunch bowls through the milk to make more of them fall off the table.

But the exploits didn’t end there.

After the bell rang and everyone left to move on to the next class, Evan bravely stayed back a good 30 seconds, thinking he might stop one of the midday ladies to tell her about the spillage. While he ultimately chose not to tell an adult as he didn’t want to risk receiving a jail sentence for reverting to the geometry of the late through sixth periods, it’s really the thought that counts in this situation – his Heart was clearly in the right place.


Kudos to Evan for stepping on the plate and doing the right thing and helping clean up the milk, although this is technically the responsibility of the school administrator. We hope his selflessness inspires more people his age to do whatever they can to make a difference in the world.

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