Here's the confession that u/RoanokeVirginia posted.
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1. An anecdotal reminder that it is important to set boundaries for yourself, against disabled people or not
2. He's blind but he can smell...
3. "That's how you get ghosted." LOL!
4. Let's just say it's a good thing that he didn't further confront him
5. Oh the rowdy plot twists...but what if it's true? For a blind man, why does he need so much stops in a single ride anyway?
6. We are all simple people, we see a simple joke, we breathe air out of our nose.
7. "This would make a great episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm." Ha, good one!
8. You are not obligated to help them, especially when it reaches the point that they are seemingly abusing your generosity
9. Both sides could have handled it better
10. Imagine if it were all just part of some sick joke. Well, most of us would probably be pissed off.
11. Just because someone is disabled does not mean they are automatically considered a saint
12. A cowardly approach to a (kinda) similar situation
13. Not that we wish they were disabled, though!
14. Right? What's up with so many stops?
15. Seems very much like it
16. Oh, we all bet!
17. Sometimes people can be asses, too, disabled or not
18. No harm
19. Confrontation is something that's feared by A LOT of people
20. He's blind, not dumb, but he still took advantage of OP
21. It's not an excuse!
22. Reddit gold
23. In terms of bats
24. Hilarious, indeed!
25. "This takes ghosting to a new level." This sums it all up.
26. "Dickish but (slightly) funny."
While it is indeed a cruel thing to take advantage of some people's disability, it's even more annoying to know that they also take advantage of their own disability just to have some privilege with some things. Like some of the comments said, having a disability does not equate to being excused from their asshole behavior.
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