Because their legs don't work.
why not eh?
so i could get a packing space
Larry scratching is chin working out the best way to become intimate with her is one of the high points of humanity
It's the UN International Day of the Disabled. What better way to celebrate it?
thats not why i asked but ok. if i see someone with one leg i'll give them a hug, unless its a lifestyle choice.
Celebrate the International day of the disabled. Fuck a cripple.
post-thread: i'm dating a girl in a wheelchair
The situation has never arose for me to wonder if I would or not.
I'm not into any kinky stuff.
someone who just uses a wheelchair for shits and giggles?
but in answer to the original question - yeah if I fancied her.
in the wheelchair
in your hypothetical scenario
as my house is particularly wheelchair-unfriendly.
someone i know. shes a nice lass and if her legs weren't rubbish she'd have guys crawling over her. unfortunately she's the only one crawling (when she falls out of her wheelchair).
because their kidneys don't work?
In terms of instant attraction, this is different (unless of course, your eyes met for the first time across the dialysis machine). The wheelchair is very obvious and I think for many people could be a subconscious turn-off.
That answer is more complex and if I'm to be honest, I'm not sure how I feel. Apart from a terrible, terrible person.
I only have three fingers. Don't be fingerist, Jordan.
(answer to your Q- probably).
Sorry, no i don't. I have Dyslexia.
Am I meant to get it? Am I just thick? Or is it, as you say, just an abomination of a t-shirt?
(I may not be around to answer this. I will either have died of lead poisoning or be at the office party.)
But no, never.
'Just seen hot girl with no arms from uni. In case you're wondering she's still hot and still has no arms.'
I have no idea who sent it, or who 'hot girl from uni with no arms' is.
shes very very very pretty. i think she was on that amputee model thing on TV.
she was missing an arm but was mega hot. I think she got sacked though. Shame.
that had no arms, or had some ailment or something
but hovering over this thread to see the thread text appear made me guffaw like a fucking idiot.
That's the only way this is going to work for me, I'm afraid.
or at least I dont think that it would be a blocker
i couldn't trust myself to not take advantage
I agree with PO though in that it probably impacts on your initial perception of the person more than most are willing to admit.
Don't risk tarring me as an enlightened and caring human being though - there's plenty of unbelievably shallow reasons I wouldn't go near someone - centre partings, bad posture, moles positioned exactly on the lip line. Just for some reason this doesn't bother me that much.
Is that what you call cripple fucking in Montana?
not sure which of us is the bigger man
i think i had an overwhelming urge to try not do anything that would upset them or make them feel in anyway patronised.
It was really strange.
Question is though would you date someone who used a wheelbarrow?? couldn't get away as easy and you could tip them into seats instead of picking them up.Having a wheelbarrow full of sex that you can tip out anywhere.Lets be fair those lot in wheelchairs are mad for it.
I admire that kind of dedication.
- You would look like a spaz
- You wouldnt be able to go to certain places with the spaz
- More money from benefits
- Free carer ticket to gigs/football
in her mum's wheelchair (while she wasn't in it, obvs). They broke up soon after. The depravity of that boys mind at times, truly something.
...I think this is what they mean by "a friend with benefits".
couldn't you just heap everything on the chair though
I dated someone for a few months who had only one leg and a few other health problems. It didnt seem to bother him in the slightest, so i didnt see why it should bother me. Our first date we climbed a mountain. He was a nice guy too. We just didnt have the same sense of humour.
on the first date. About pigeons with one leg.. :/
really put my foot in it.
no probably not.
so I could make them battle.