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As we get closer to the holiday season people are starting to get their shop on. For some that means starting early and putting items on lay-a-away to take the sting out of the price tag.


Some very lucky shoppers, however, will get a break this year, thanks to an anonymous man in Vermont who walked into a local Walmart and paid for all the items on layaway.

One customer, Julie Ann Gates was told the man paid for her item. She told ABC News:

"I just can't put into words how much that man has done for so many people."


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Hearts are growing three sizes.



Although some are a little more cynical.



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Luckily most folks were feeling the Christmas spirit.


Of course we all might be thinking—



If you are looking for a Red Ryder BB Gun, now may be the time to ask.


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