I left my inhaler at school and I really hate myself.
thick thigh squad
"Furthermore, it would be silly if while speaking to someone who walks, I said, “I don’t know how you do it. Walking is so hard.” Of course it’s hard — for me. But for an able-bodied person it’s instinctive. And using a wheelchair is hard for an able-bodied person. For me, it’s innate. Moreover, being disabled is not so challenging solely because of my physical circumstances, a stereotype that simulation often leads participants to believe; it’s hard because of environmental, social and attitudinal barriers."
Chopped is such a good show.