By apparently_disabled - 17/04/2015 06:24 - Canada - Victoria
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16, not always true. Most people wouldn't say anything because we were always taught it was disrespectful to react to someone with a disability/disabilities and always treat them like people. I sat next to this guy with some sort of very obvious disability who was screaming and moving a couple of times. I never responded and just ignored because I know its something he cant control. He was very kind enough to apologize because he felt like disrespected or disturbed me and I would always tell him that its okay. Sorry, if you can't understand what I am saying...Im a little tired and sick.
#59 that's true, I've had a little handicapped boy walk over and start talking to me while eating the food off of my plate (mum came over to collect him straight away while apologising profusely) just had a chat with little dude, nothing more was said between us than how calamari is octopus. No harm dine so no need to say anything more
#60 You probably wouldn't know I'm a little Autistic if you didn't know me well. I didn't know I had it for the majority of my life. Though to be fair, it wasn't so much that I didn't show symptoms/characteristics as much as they weren't thought to be because of Aspergers/Autism. It was probably one of the main reasons that I was bullied in Middle School, that my parents get mad at me so often and I have trouble making friends. I act a little weird sometimes and might say or do something inappropriate but most of the time I'm quiet and don't bring attention to myself. What's probably most noticeable is my lack of eye contact. I'd actually be impressed if you could tell just by looking at me because that means you're very observant and know what to look for.
Play along and punch them. Since you are retarded and can't control your actions
Well that's just rude. I hope your fiancé stood up for you.