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Thread: You Know You're "A Person With A Disability" When

  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck
    You're a person with a disibility when your upper arms are larger in girth than your thighs.

    You're a person with a disability when women begin trusting you.

    You're a person with a disability when your personal fragrence is
    ode de urine.

    You're a person with a disibility when you personify, "Shit Happens."

    You're a person with a disibility when your van's adaptable hardware cost more than the original vehicle.

    You're a person with a disibility when you have more than two pocket doors in your home.

    You're a person with a disibility when for your next birthday you really want that lift chair from Spin Life.




    I think you're ready for Comedy Central.

  2. #12
    You're a person with a disability when talking to a woman's breasts is socially acceptable.

    You're a person with a disability when bodily function become big events.

    You're a person with a disability when you get asked "what happened" or "can you have sex" more than 5 times per day.

    You're a person with a disability when you get to cut in line and nobody objects.

  3. #13
    Debbie would say "You know you're a person with a disability when you regularly get banged upside the head by two-ton purses"

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger Racing
    Oh, good gods! I think not. Although my mother was thrilled when her BIL gave her a walking cane with a sword in it.

    C.
    If I ever meet your mother, remind me to be very, VERY respectful!

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    You're going through old papers and think you should frame your first invoice for medical supplies.
    "The world will not perish for want of wonders but for want of wonder."
    J.B.S.Haldane

  6. #16
    When somebody tries to drop a quarter in your cup holder.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by trainman
    when the waitress asks the person beside you, "Does he drink water?"
    So far this one takes the cake! - I'm laughing WITH you train...that one had to suck...

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    Originally Posted by trainman
    when the waitress asks the person beside you, "Does he drink water?"
    Quote Originally Posted by alpentalic
    So far this one takes the cake! - I'm laughing WITH you train...that one had to suck...
    That is a beaut. How about the person with you replying, "No, he absorbs it by osmosis."
    "The world will not perish for want of wonders but for want of wonder."
    J.B.S.Haldane

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Hellonwheels
    When somebody tries to drop a quarter in your cup holder.
    I'm not the only one, then. Happened to me at SEATAC. Woman dropped a $5 bill in my $4 soda as I watched people to kill time before my connecting flight. Got a "God bless you ..." as she stuck her hand in my cup. Wondered why she was messing with my drink util I say Abe floating on top.

  10. #20

    You know you're dis when ...

    in airports solo, the occasional person will ask if you're traveling alone as though it's a marvel and they'd never considered a wheeler could and would do such a thing.

    My answer, "Why, yes. Are you?"

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