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Oprah leaves surprises for hotel housekeepers

Here’s a story to make you feel all warm and fuzzy this Monday morning.

Oprah Winfrey, talk show host and media mogul notorious for giving audience members lavish gifts, has told People her way of giving back to hotel housekeepers.

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Ok, so she didn’t leave them a car, but she did leave them a little treasure hunt made up of tips.

“This made me so happy recently: People never leave money for the housekeepers in a hotel” Winfrey told People.

“I usually just leave the money on the pillow, but this time I put it all over the room: under the desk, on the counter with the M&Ms, in the shower.”

“As I was leaving, I was like, “Somebody is going to be happy today, yes!”

Aww, what a sweetheart.

The 64-year-old also admitted making people happy is a big part of her life.

“Nothing makes me happier than to see other people in their purest moments of joy.”

“Sometimes, honest to goodness, I’m just sitting around thinking, ‘What could I do to make somebody feel really good today?’ ” she said.

“To be able to do that for somebody, that’s one of the great joys of my life.”

If only all hotel guests could be like Oprah.

Or all people in general, really.

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