By left4dead - 27/10/2012 20:04 - Australia - Sydney
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How is that even a joke? I was replying to a comment that said it was sad to be alone, I was just saying that that's not always the case.. It is for me, I hate being alone and I can totally relate to the OP, as this would probably happen to me as well. :P don't get your panties in a bunch over nothing, hun. :) I guess 18 beat me to it, sorry guys.
Well that's a little rude. Rollin Solo'? They try to catch me Rollin' they hatin' Sorry I had too.
Can't you roll wheelchairs by yourself too? Or is that only certain kinds? But yeah, that still sucks. That sounds like something my old friends would do...
I think there are different kinds. I have seen wheelchairs that have four small wheels, where you would be unable to roll yourself; maybe it is that kind of wheelchair. The op also mentioned "recently being confined to a wheelchair", maybe they do not have the upper-body strength to roll himself around all day.
Manual wheelchairs you can roll by yourself. But I have a neuro-muscular disease and I'm not strong enough to roll one myself. I have a power chair, but if it messes up or if my battery dies - I have to rely on people to push me. And for me, that's not the least bit fun. People who push wheelchairs (who don't usually do it all the time) don't know to watch for things like huge cracks, bumps, holes, etc. in sidewalks either.
Try to strike up conversations with people from the group, you're bound to make some friends.
That's horrible! "Oh I'll just leave my responsibilities to some other random person." I hope karma bites her big time.
OP says they are "currently" confined to a wheelchair. Which suggests that this is not the norm. Not all, but most people in wheelchairs have arm use and can drive themselves. So maybe OP just likes the attention and being pushed around in the chair? We don't know and won't because we don't know why OP is "currently" in a wheelchair.