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By *sigh* / Sunday 23 May 2010 01:24 / United States
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By  FYLDeep  |  25

Well, it would be worse if she told your friend, "It's nice that there's a place to help treat people like her *points to OP*. Obviously she would have difficulty functioning with the rest of society. Here these people don't have to worry about being ridiculed by the ignorant."

By  Soulathyia  |  0

So? She didn't know. You were at a special needs camp but didn't expect people to think that the majority of the people there had special needs. How was she supposed to know you weren't one of them?

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  lichen_fml  |  0

On the contrary, it might've been a backhanded compliment. She or he could look young, assumed a camper, but so bright and organized that their disorder was mistaken as "high-functioning."

By  Soulathyia  |  0

So? She didn't know. You were at a special needs camp but didn't expect people to think that the majority of the people there had special needs. How was she supposed to know you weren't one of them?

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that one movie about that king that hated toys. It's one of those Christmas movies. it had the song "just put one foot in front of the other and soon you'll be walkin across the floor!!!"

By  ismael209  |  0

not exactly an FML tht person mite have not know yu didnt have one since yu were teaching someone with a disability he/she might have thought you were pro cause you were teaching, yur disabilty mite not have been an obvious one...not everyone is perfect

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