PASADENA, MD — For a brief period, Corey Adams didn’t know what the future held for him. The Pasadena man was injured in a motorcycle accident last year, but after being on the receiving end of the medical professionals’ kindness that helped him heal and move forward, he decided to make a difference in the world.
Corie Lumadue, a friend of Adams, told Patch that his mission is simply to “make others happy with simple acts of kindness.”
“Every week, Corey uploads a video of himself to his YouTube channel of himself doing a different service to the community – he does this on his sports bike while dressed as Iron Man. Does it get any cooler than that? Corey has documented himself by using his GoPro camera on his helmet, paying for others meals in restaurants, buying snowballs on hot days for people, handing out flowers to mothers on Mother’s Day, and even simply just passing out sticker books to children while in traffic. The smile and joy that it brings people is something that can’t even be described. He does all of this out of the kindness of his heart and with his own financial means,” Lumadue told Patch.
Adams said he has paid for customers’ Starbucks orders, handed out Marvel coloring books to kids and distributed sparklers on the Fourth of July. So far, everyone’s response to his generosity has been positively uplifting.
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“One person at Starbucks said that Iron Man was her favorite superhero and seeing me made her day. Two girls working at Chick-fil-A helped me buy food for the people there and they said they were super excited to see me as Iron Man and doing nice things for others,” Adams told Patch.
The complete strangers that Adams has helped have made it a point to tell him that they have been inspired by him and have started carrying out random acts of kindness themselves, Lumadue told Patch.
Adams has a special surprise planned for Labor Day specifically for the employees of businesses that remain open on that holiday, he said. Adams’ awesome antics can be viewed on his YouTube channel as he sets out on two wheels to make the world a better place.