Utah resident Matt Tribe was one of the loyal Olive Garden costumers to buy the restaurant's $100 "Never Ending Pasta Pass," which supplies customers with — you guessed it — unlimited pasta for seven full weeks.
But Tribe quickly realized that in order to get his money's worth, he'd need to spread the wealth, so he created "Random Acts of Pasta," a way to treat family, friends and the homeless in his community to a free meal.
"I realize it might be stupid to think, 'I just gave them pasta, how does that make their day better?' But somebody did something nice for them," Tribe said of delivering meals to homeless men and women.
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While he originally wanted the pass to benefit at least 100 people, Tribe successfully served 125 individuals over the course of 49 days. And with the help of his friend Ben, the pasta-sharing journey was captured on camera.
"It was super fulfilling," Tribe shared of the experience. "Because the entire time I was doing this for a month, just about every night, the only thing I was thinking about was who could I take Olive Garden to, who could I do Random Acts of Pasta to, who could I do something nice for."
He added, "You forget about all your worries, you forget about all your troubles. Everything's better."
What a wonderful story to kick off this festive holiday season! Watch Tribe in action below:
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