By t2t2sync / Wednesday 3 August 2011 01:47 / United States
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  Jacobt24  |  19

You know, I respect you OP for trying to help her, but you should've asked her 1st if she needed, or even wanted, your help. And I'm also hoping it wasn't an old lady (just because she probably would've broken something easier).

  enonymous  |  8

16 wtf you talking about i just added some NOS tanks and a roll cage to my grannies wheelchair. She can go from 0 to "when's wheel of fortune coming on?" in 3 seconds flat


as a rule of thumb when helping someone who is disabled- ask first! if the person says no, go on your way. if they say yes ask how you can be of help. many prefer you don't push them, but helping with doors is awesome.

  Bad1z  |  13

@81 i agree, as somebody who is in a wheel chair myself i hate it when people help me do thinks without asking because most of the time i can do it myself

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