Invisible Lines



Why is it okay to try on someone’s glasses and say, “Man! your eyesight is messed up.” … or hop around on someone with a broken leg’s crutches and say, “How can you hobble around on these things?

but … if you try to wheel yourself around in someone’s wheelchair or put someone’s toupee on, you are the biggest prick in the world!

There should be a rulebook or something about this.


note: hearing aids … I don’t know about.

double note: if I’ve offended anyone, I haven’t meant to.

triple note: this is the best Christmas present I have received for a very long time. Someone is a mad person!!!!!

*SPECIAL NOTE: I think I’ve put on 5 entries tonight. I may have other stuff to do this weekend … but maybe not.

5 responses to “Invisible Lines

  1. sweet bejesus I never thought of it like that . . .

  2. Just try putting on someone else’s aluminum foil alien brainwave ray blocker!

  3. Thanks for the comments:

    Otto Mann: I may be going out on a prosthetic limb here, but your comments sound familiar somehow. They are like deja vu all over again.

    pannonica: oh you are just asking for trouble if you do that!

  4. So I take it you are speaking from experience, being called a prick for doing these things?

  5. S. Le: No, I’m just thinking outloud quietly on this one. I do follow the guidelines on a few things.
    I get called a prick for doing other stuff though.

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