People can be so mean these days! Our first reaction is to fight back, but this woman did just the opposite. I hope I can handle my next encounter with a hater, just like she handled hers.

Steve Frost

I love, love, love this story!! Paying it forward is one of the coolest things we can do. It's sends good ju-ju out into the universe and makes life just better in general.  I've never thought about paying it forward to the haters I encounter. That was until I read about Diane Hoffmeyer. She took to Facebook to call out her haters and it went viral.

"To the 2 mean bitter ladies that were standing in line at Tim Hortons in Fort Gratiot behind me. I could hear you. I could hear the hurtful things you said about me. Sorry that my hair needs to be re-colored and the roots bothered you, but I have children that need to be taken care of. They come first. You both were right when you said I didn't need the small box of tim bits because I already looked... like a whale. Just so you know they were not for me. But for my sick 22 month old daughter who has kept me up all night crying and teething. I thought they might make her happy, yes I set aside the fact that they are not healthy because I wanted her to smile. You both made me cry. Then when I ordered a coffee that I RARELY get to treat myself to you both snickered and called me a "Retarded Lard Ass" I'll have you know I've worked hard to lose 177 lbs in 22 months. I am proud of myself. You both should be ashamed of yourselves.

"But to show that my mother raised me better, I'd like to say YOUR WELCOME. Because this "Fat Retarded Lard Ass" paid it forward and I bought your coffees this morning."
Way to go Diane!