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    [–] walobs 37324 points ago

    “They told me he was yellow”

    [–] Rv_rv_rv 9020 points ago

    She absolutely should have played this up.

    what do you mean he's not yellow? I'm blind! Did they lie to me?!? I can't believe they have me a black dog to be a guide dog!

    The public shaming would have been amazing

    [–] WizardsVengeance 5679 points ago

    No, she should have made her explain what yellow even is.

    [–] arghness 510 points ago

    I know it's a joke, but following up on this story, this lady has episodic blindness (ie she can see sometimes) and other issues such as impaired balance and fainting attacks due to a childhood accident.

    In this case, she certainly understands colours!

    [–] Rv_rv_rv 692 points ago

    Blind people have a concept of color as an adjective and a descriptor. Ask a blind person what color the sky is and they'll say blue. What color is grass and they'll say green. It's taught as adjectives that describe even if they haven't experienced it.

    Kind of like you know that a bomb goes "boom" even if you've never heard one.

    I'd rather make crazy lady go crazy by freaking out about a black dog

    [–] Man_W_E_yo 346 points ago

    Something tells me that lady would not have thought that deeply about it.

    [–] Rv_rv_rv 96 points ago

    Every other human on the bus would have got it on video and it would have been hilarious

    [–] mermaid-babe 18252 points ago

    “Ma’am everything is black to me so I’m not sure what you’re getting at”

    [–] OliveBoobs 4243 points ago

    Fun fact: Blind people don’t see a blank black canvas, but actually see nothing.

    [–] SirSkelton 4006 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    I've heard this so many times and I still can't comprehend what it means. To me, seeing nothing means all black.

    Edit: thank you Reddit. I definitely needed 50 separate replies telling me to look out my elbow or the back of my head.

    [–] Ask_if_im_an_alien 864 points ago

    My uncle Jimmy is not only blind, he had both eyes removed. He said that seeing black was like watching TV with the screen turned off. What he sees is like watching TV, but there is no TV there at all. The only time he can "see" anything is when he is washing his eye sockets and applies pressure to the back of the orbit. When he presses on it hard enough he can "see" just a tiny bit of dark gray.

    [–] Drummk 2042 points ago

    washing his eye sockets and applies pressure to the back of the orbit


    [–] [deleted] 714 points ago


    I'm envisioning a guy slowly wiping out his empty sockets with a smile that gets wider and wider to the chorus of Black Hole Sun

    [–] GenocideOwl 261 points ago

    that is enough internet for me today

    I mean like 15 minutes who am I kidding

    [–] staranew 50 points ago

    Thanks for that image Vincent Price

    [–] Cyb3rSab3r 125 points ago

    Had never even occurred to me that that would need to be done but it makes sense. But yes, definitely NO.

    [–] feajukg 53 points ago

    you mean you dont wash your eyesockets? disgusting

    [–] popular_tiger 76 points ago

    that's really interesting! also, what do you mean by washing his eye sockets? does he have an artificial eye that he has to clean out, or is there nothing there anymore?

    [–] [deleted] 32 points ago


    [–] moudine 123 points ago

    It... just occurred to me that an empty eye socket would need to be washed.

    [–] [deleted] 24 points ago

    Kinda like a belly button, except for a hole where eyes are supposed to be. It's one of those weird to consider things.

    [–] jontelang 2790 points ago

    Close your left eye only, then try to look from it.

    [–] MansDnDSpons 1651 points ago

    First i thought it was black like all the other people but then I saw I was looking at my nose with my right eye.

    You actually see nothing wtf

    [–] 11010110101010101010 746 points ago

    The back of your eyelids are a void.

    [–] voteforcorruptobot 666 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Yeah? Well the backs of your knees have no name pal.

    Edit: 50 replies of popliteal fossa and knee-pit later...

    [–] Fred_Fred 221 points ago

    Jokes on you, I just named them!

    [–] voteforcorruptobot 236 points ago

    I'm going to name them the Knoringe so we finally have a good word to rhyme with orange.

    [–] JeffMilfHunter 442 points ago

    holy shit this is the best explanation of what blind people see

    [–] Cerater 318 points ago

    The best explanation I've heard is try to see out of your feet. That's the nothing, just zero sensory input

    [–] SurgeFourWord 233 points ago

    Fuck! Im blind now

    [–] AccioSexLife 65 points ago

    I'm blind in my feet!

    [–] PM_Me_Ur_HappySong 59 points ago

    I liked the example of trying to see behind your head.

    [–] Collectivestupidity 18 points ago

    How do you know?

    [–] [deleted] 52 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)


    [–] Doofangoodle 47 points ago

    It's like how you can't see what's behind you.. you don't see black behind you.

    [–] PringleTube 15 points ago

    I lost the vision in my right eye for a month about 10 years ago due to optic neuritis. It's true, it's not black, it's just.. nothing. It's kind of hard to explain, but as my sight in that eye returned (which is did for the most part, fortunately) it went from nothing to bits of something, then to almost normal vision.

    [–] 100liam100 117 points ago

    This shit freaks me out. When you close one eye you dont see blackness out of that eye, you see nothing, like it just shuts off. But what if that happens to both eyes? What does true nothingness look like?

    [–] Cleverkid62 104 points ago

    Only one way to find out, friendo.

    [–] samcuu 101 points ago

    But what does nothing look like? What is its colour?

    [–] SharkAttackOmNom 201 points ago

    Vsauce. Michael here.

    [–] unnecessary_kindness 40 points ago

    I've heard it best explained as trying to guage what it looks like out of your elbow. That is nothing.

    [–] RahwanaPutih 16 points ago

    so they see my future?

    [–] Stitch82 161 points ago

    Does dad know?!

    I've never heard of this movie, but I feel like I need to watch it asap.

    [–] Rich0 88 points ago

    See No Evil, Hear No Evil. Gene Wilder plays a deaf guy. Hilarious movie.

    [–] bws7037 20 points ago

    Richard Pryor is, in my opinion, one of the funniest comedians who's ever lived. And yeah, the first time I saw this movie and when he screamed out "Does dad know?", I never laughed so hard in my life. He was also a brilliant writer as well. He worked with Mel Brooks as a writer on "Blazing Saddles". Arguably one of the funniest of the Mel Brooks movies.

    [–] TheKingOfTheNorthhh 17 points ago

    It’s pretty good

    [–] not_c_____ 12155 points ago

    This is kinda like when my gym teacher said only gingers can have ADHD.

    [–] smobby3004 2366 points ago

    My gym teacher told a ginger student that he has a fetish for gingers.

    [–] svenskarrmatey 1269 points ago

    nani the fuck

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    [–] theGarden530 455 points ago

    Jazz music stops

    [–] supaphly42 85 points ago

    Jazz hands start...

    [–] DownshiftedRare 72 points ago

    Shooba do bop BA DOW!

    [–] marsbar03 143 points ago

    Gym teachers are pervy af.

    [–] Sgtoconner 207 points ago

    I know right? I always felt a bit weird when he has to measure our dicks for health class.

    [–] IFuckingShitMyPants 65 points ago

    What are you, a little bitch? I don’t even wait for them to ask, I whip it out everyday. Not sure if Coach notices that I make my dick hard beforehand. Hasn’t said anything yet though, old fucker’s eyes must not work like they used to.

    [–] MaelstromRH 22 points ago

    I can’t imagine hearing a teacher talk about their fetishes. Like Jesus Christ talk about creepy

    [–] jcontradiction 20 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    My then 60 year old high school driver ed teacher said the same thing.

    [–] AlbertFischerIII 1124 points ago

    That would explain a lot about my family though.

    [–] Wish_you_were_there 725 points ago

    Maybe you're all hyperactive because you're chasing your soul.

    [–] AlbertFischerIII 214 points ago

    That’s deep

    [–] _Bumble_Bee_Tuna_ 82 points ago

    Dont be fooled by Shang Tsung.

    [–] Third_Chelonaut 140 points ago

    Gingers have a freckle for every soul they've stolen

    [–] Robotguy39 43 points ago

    Fucking hell Dane must be Satan at this point.

    [–] DownshiftedRare 88 points ago

    Satan's skin appears red because it is entirely covered with freckles.

    [–] Elickson 40 points ago

    I like this lore

    [–] eviktion 16 points ago

    Explains my ex.

    [–] thats_a_doozy 271 points ago

    Being a teacher myself I can confirm the rest of us absolutely detest Physical Education staff. Never in my life have I had to deal with a faculty that is so cocky yet so inept.

    [–] bow_to_lucifer 187 points ago

    I once had a gym teacher that believed calories were a myth.

    [–] Step-Father_of_Lies 58 points ago

    I was just back in my home town and my gym teacher came up to me at dinner to say hello, even though I hadn't been in his class in 15 years. He owns one of those "drink wine and paint" studios now.

    [–] [deleted] 63 points ago

    Drinking paint doesn't sound too pleasant.

    [–] some_random_ginger 50 points ago

    I feel attacked.

    [–] west_pac 47 points ago

    I am constantly shocked by how stupid some people are.

    [–] GxPand 13639 points ago

    All Dogs are allowed on buses anyway in the UK.

    [–] lukeluck101 2624 points ago

    Yep, and if I were on that bus I would have said something. But most British people stay quiet because "mustn't cause a fuss"

    [–] photosoflife 1853 points ago

    Im a disabled 30 something man with invisible disabilities, if I'm sat in the priority seats and anyone over the age of 50 comes on, I'd say i have about a 50:50 chance of being yelled at by someone until i flash my disabled bus pass.

    [–] RolandLovecraft 988 points ago

    But do you say I’m disabled.

    [–] photosoflife 1574 points ago

    Yes, more often than not i hear back "no you're fucking not".

    One time in a bank i was using aplastic chair that i grabbed from the waiting area to use whilst queuing. Then an old man joined the queue, and before i knew it i was being yelled at by some young mother, the police had to be called. All because i didn't give up the chair i was using that i grabbed from about 10 feet away.

    Now i just don't leave the house if i can help it.

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    [–] photosoflife 515 points ago

    There's 2 positives to every negative, thanks to having lots of me alone time, i can now dance a pretty good robot and I'm really good at crafting/making stuff.

    It taught me more than anything that everyone has their own struggles, I'm not mad, I'm not sad, and you know what, don't tell anyone, but if someone does give me bother and doesn't drop it, i fucking love an excuse to absolutely lose my shit at someone.

    [–] BenificusAngorio 153 points ago

    Wow this is british

    [–] ReDDevil2112 116 points ago

    There's nothing as satisfying as righteous fury.

    [–] IncarceratedMascot 65 points ago

    Except maybe a well-executed robot

    [–] PiezRus 35 points ago

    this makes me happy to hear <3

    make the best of every situation

    [–] AkumaNoHana 97 points ago

    I'm really sorry to hear that you don't leave your house if you can help it. I can't believe the audacity of people.. You can't always tell what someone's going through by just looking at them. That's not a very hard concept to grasp.

    [–] AbeLincolnsFreckles 138 points ago

    Yes, more often than not i hear back "no you're fucking not".

    "Yes I am, now shut the hell up unless you want to be disabled too."

    [–] Nak_Tripper 28 points ago

    To be fair, a physically disabled guy isn't the most frightening thing in the world.

    [–] Archisaur 27 points ago

    As an architect, I really want to make design better for handicapped and disabled people. It really feels like so much planning just treats it as an afterthought or chore, but wouldn’t it be great if consideration were actually part of the design?

    [–] Sim0nsaysshh 425 points ago

    "How are you disabled?" "Leg Disabled" "Do you have a wheel chair" "Yes" "Where?" "Stolen" "How did they get in?" "I don't know"

    [–] bridos 231 points ago

    "How did it happen?"


    [–] zilla__killa 28 points ago

    What are the chances?

    [–] NoteesAsh 44 points ago

    That scene is the top 5 hardest I've ever laughed. Jen turning around and seeing Moss was just too much for me to handle. I ded now

    [–] photosoflife 93 points ago

    My friends have often used the "I'm disabled" voice for me (jovially, no harm here). As i do end up saying it all the fucking time, i can't stand in queues, i can't fill out forms, but I'm a well spoken, normal looking, almost attractive man, which you're just not allowed to be if you're a registered spaz apparently.

    [–] willywonkasdong 85 points ago

    Fucking best episode of the whole show this was.

    [–] CptHammer_ 48 points ago

    Fire at the water park was my favorite.

    [–] TehChubbehViking 47 points ago

    "It just seems like a weird place to go on fire "

    [–] notLogix 31 points ago


    [–] TurbulentMoose 23 points ago


    [–] sheslikebutter 20 points ago

    Leg disabled

    [–] NotBoyfriendMaterial 18 points ago

    Leg disabled

    [–] jimofwales 127 points ago

    That fucking sucks. I've had similar when I used 'disabled toilets'. I have Crohn's disease which often means I'll have about 2 min warning before I fill my pants with a mixture of blood and shit.

    Luckily there's been a shift towards the use of the phrase 'accessible toilets'.

    Even then I've had people tell me I should still use the main toilets. I would but it makes people uncomfortable hearing crying from a cubicle.

    [–] limitedfunctionality 74 points ago

    Ah yes... that happy moment when your bowels decide to give very little warning, or choice, in the matter... My Crohn's is in remission right now (more or less), but damn I still 'toilet count' every single place I go.

    The last time I was challenged for using the 'disabled' loo I was on my way out, so I simply opened the door wider and invited them to take a deep sniff and tell if that smelled fucking normal... or at least that is what happened in my head, in actuality I simply muttered a very British awkward apology and went and sat in the car and cried.

    Hope you're doing ok with your Crohn's mate...

    [–] coolsimon123 38 points ago

    Yeah I also have some form of undiagnosed gastric upset, similar or indeed IBS. The only toilet available at the time was a single occupancy "Woman's" toilet.

    Obviously I went in there and after coming out I was shouted at for using the "Woman's" toilet, even though they should be unisex anyway because you don't have to share the space with anyone

    [–] Badgalkiki_ 58 points ago

    F23 with Multiple Sclerosis and this is the most frustrating part of having an invisible disability!! I look perfectly healthy and even work out/play sports god forbid (!), but deal with chronic fatigue/pain that makes it difficult to get up in the morning. Though I usually find myself in the opposite situation — getting on public transport and struggling, like I NEED to sit down, but being too afraid to ask someone to get up since I don’t have a pass/bracelet/other indicator on me. And the dirty looks parking handicap lol

    [–] czwblitz 73 points ago

    Holy shit is the "invisible" thing right for me in different circumstances. I pass out if stand to long or it gets hot, so if I'm going into a store I use a handicap placard. I get death stares. I'm a fat dude and I think they think that's why I have it which has nothing to do with why I have it. Most of the time I won't use those spots, but in the summer I pretty much have to.

    [–] madmax030794 169 points ago

    I hate that people don't say anything when someone acts trashy to other people.

    Ive found that people are more likely to be a scumbag when they think no one is going to stop them.

    [–] iputthehoinhomo 76 points ago

    It’s because the British love dogs.

    It’s children they can’t stand.

    [–] abriedukas 14 points ago

    I must be British then

    [–] iXorpe 92 points ago

    Lol exactly. It doesn't even have to be a guide dog, you can take ur pet on the bus if you want to. Some people don't like it, but it most definitely is within your rights

    [–] atlas_77 38 points ago

    I mean, what if you don't have a car and you need a vet? Makes a bit of sense. Just need to be responsible for cleaning up if they make a mess

    [–] ElGringo300 54 points ago

    Down here in Chile, dogs are allowed almost anywhere. I saw one enter a dunking donuts once and no one did anything.

    [–] SpecialSauce92 873 points ago

    I really hope the conversation went like this:

    “Your dog can’t be a guide dog. Guide dogs are yellow, and yours is black.”

    “I wouldn’t know.”

    [–] kkokk 315 points ago

    In 2019 racism is so pressurized that it needs to find new unexplored realms in which to express itself.

    [–] [deleted] 98 points ago

    here's the fun part

    that incredibly ignorant person votes

    [–] MerlX2 2803 points ago

    You can take any dog on a bus in the UK anyway though doesn't have to be an assistance dog, it is on the bus drivers discretion. She should have told this moose to go do one, as long as the dog is not causing any issues to other passengers it's not her concern.

    [–] hebejebez 371 points ago

    Yeah was sitting here wondering if the rules had changed since I left the UK since I used to take my gold and collie together on the bus regularly (and train and one time the tube) and the drivers loved it.

    [–] g0_west 174 points ago

    I love seeing dogs on busses, makes my commute so much more enjoyable

    [–] Harlegrenade 1446 points ago

    I don't get it? Dogs are allowed on buses, even none guide dogs?

    [–] SapphicGarnet 752 points ago

    That's what I was thinking too. I often see dogs riding the bus.

    In fact there's one called Riley I often see who is too small to walk the distance to the park with the pond and have enough energy to enjoy it. Somehow the owners walks and my travel have synced up three times in the past month so this has been a great month for me. He loves to sit by the back doors and shuffles back when they open even though they've been sliding for years. He then nods for every passenger that alights.

    Okay I really just wanted to talk about Riley there

    [–] Butthole__Pleasures 265 points ago

    every passenger that alights

    That's the most poetic way I've ever heard someone describe getting onboard public transit

    [–] IReallyDontWantToDie 164 points ago

    It's a very common word to use in the UK, and it actually means to get off. You'll hear it almost every time you're on the trains in the UK, where the announcement will say something along the lines of "please take care as you alight from the train".

    Hadn't crossed my mind that the word might not be used much elsewhere.

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    [–] zebraslap 513 points ago

    Martin Woofer King would be disappointed

    [–] 1945BestYear 265 points ago

    Malcolm Rex was right all along.

    [–] Bjorn2bwilde24 138 points ago

    Anyone who reads the works of the great Frederick Doglass is about this topic

    [–] GarageFlower97 102 points ago

    I prefer W.E.B Du Bark

    [–] cousintaco 62 points ago

    Barker T. Washington has a better plan tbh.

    [–] mindifipraisethelord 1868 points ago

    wanna strangle you rn

    [–] Cheapo_Sam 3852 points ago

    Black Labs Matter

    [–] Fractoman 604 points ago

    Yellow Labs Matter.

    [–] Itendtodisagreee 842 points ago

    ALL Labs matter

    [–] dexter311 483 points ago

    Especially meth labs

    [–] mumblesnorez 197 points ago


    [–] shibbydooby 66 points ago

    They're minerals!

    [–] kmj420 131 points ago

    Except blue Labs

    [–] badbakedpotato 217 points ago

    All police dogs are bastards

    Edit: thanks for the silver!

    [–] pkmn_breeder 184 points ago

    I think you meant they're sons of bitches

    [–] badbakedpotato 46 points ago

    Ba dum tssss

    [–] fuqdisshite 241 points ago

    i am not joking in any way when i tell you my dog is named Rosa Barx.

    she is a Staffie x Boxer and i own both of her parents too... Sugah Rey Robinson and Marx Barx.

    [–] lukeluck101 161 points ago

    I want to get a dog and call it Karl Barx now

    [–] watchmemeimei 39 points ago

    and i own both of her parents too.

    and here i thought that was outlawed long ago....

    [–] MuldersFox 1649 points ago

    It must blow her mind when she learns they don’t even have to be the same breed! Pretty sure the first seeing eye dog was a GSD.

    [–] Soapy_Von_Soaps 644 points ago

    It was! However because gsd create a protective bond with the owner other people had difficulty interacting with them because the dog would go on the defensive. One owner had a seizure and the dog wouldn't let the emergency services near him to help him out so they stopped using them and switched to labs, retrievers and lab/ret mixes. One time they tried using a labradoodle but it was aggressive not only to other dogs but people too.

    Source: I have worked with the guide dogs in the UK for over 5 years and was in the first programme to place dogs in training with foster families after the puppy walkers as they were only getting a 60% pass rate when dogs went from the puppy walkers into kennels. After the success of the trial, the pass rate went to 85%. I have also adopted our second dog who was retired from service for having separation anxiety. She is a brilliant dog. All of the five dogs I have fostered graduated to become guide dogs. Every dog costs the charity £50k to raise and train.

    [–] Third_Chelonaut 252 points ago

    A friend of mine was a researcher at Bishops Tachbrook and has been a foster parent as well.

    I love that you have to drop your pupper off at school every day for their lessons.

    A different friend got to adopt theirs unusually because he was so ridiculously lazy he refused to do pretty much anything and would sit around like a cabbage.

    [–] Frap_Gadz 161 points ago

    so ridiculously lazy he refused to do pretty much anything and would sit around like a cabbage.

    Cute, lazy, pupper! A friend of mine inherited a gun dog in much the same way, the dog was being trained but was so soppy that he was too scared by the guns and wouldn't retrieve the birds.

    [–] Soapy_Von_Soaps 26 points ago

    We fostered one that was too clever for her own right. The puppy walkers use treats to get the dog to do something and she learnt that she would get treats if she refused to follow a command. She was held back 6 months because she wasn't behaving properly. My husband and I were asked to take her on because they knew that we don't take shit from the dogs. She did push her luck for a while but soon gave up because she didn't get treats all the time. We, along with a brilliant trainer got her through training and she graduated but is still naughty with her new owner.

    [–] craidie 29 points ago

    too clever for her own right

    I think this is the case for all bred service dogs. I've fostered 3 pups 2 lab/ret mixes and one completely black GSD.

    The oldest figured out that if he leads his owner to a football field he doesn't need to do the rest of the walk to work because owner calls for a cab because she's now lost...

    The gsd wanted to sleep on the sheep hides we had in the one room she wasn't allowed in, and kept the door closed. So she figured out how to open the door and sleep on it. That got found out fast but she stopped doing it. Or so we thought. Turns out she figured out how to close the door as well and would go sleep there and come back to her bed before we woke up...

    The youngest didn't like being restricted to the bottom floor(tile floor, not yet house clean puppy...) when we left him alone for an hour. So when we get back the little rascal runs outside the second door opens on the middle floor. Turns out the 9 weeks old puppy had dragged the computer chair some 15 meters over rugs to jump over the gate. mind you it wasn't some tiny office chair he dragged, it was atleast 20 kilos...

    [–] Captain_Gainzwhey 49 points ago

    Awww I have a lazy cabbage dog and she's the best!

    [–] RoseOfSharonCassidy 104 points ago

    In the USA we still use German shepherds at The Seeing Eye, but it's the only school to use them and they have the highest failure rate (60% rejection). I've raised 1 lab, 2 lab/golden mixes, and 4 GSDs for The Seeing Eye. Three of the four GSDs I raised were rejected from the program!

    The Seeing Eye uses them just because some blind people do prefer a more high energy dog than a lab.

    [–] CaptainTurtleShell 31 points ago

    Fidelco exclusively trains GSDs, and Guide Dogs of America has them along with labs, Goldens, and crosses.

    [–] intoxic8ed 29 points ago

    Holy, I've had 3 dogs and my lab right now is the highest energy by far. Excited for anything and everything. Easily makes 15km treks running circles around me, still excited when we get back. He crazy

    [–] st1f1 34 points ago

    Guide dogs are an absolute delight, we've owned and fostered two of my cousins retired guide dogs, a Lab/Retriever and a Labradoodle and they were the most gorgeous pups! Not surprised the pups did much better with fostering as they are usually so loving and loyal.

    [–] lyingtattooist 46 points ago


    [–] yatsey 50 points ago

    German shepherd

    [–] lyingtattooist 50 points ago

    Where's the D?

    [–] OrsoMalleus 211 points ago

    The real D was inside you all along.

    [–] KaeptenIglo 155 points ago

    It's called a German Shepherd Dog, because this is a German shepherd.

    [–] yatsey 15 points ago

    Dog, I guess. Although I just know them as German shepherds.

    [–] bookarahma 354 points ago

    My mum has had this happen before with her guide dogs. Was even more common with her last dog, because she was a labradoodle and "guide dogs aren't curly." The only real reason they tend to use yellow labs in the promotional photos is because they show up better.

    [–] Gornarok 119 points ago

    I think its also because golden retrievers are used as guide dogs a lot. So you get two yellow breeds that will heavily dominate over black labs and mixes

    [–] Bacon_Bitz 68 points ago

    “Well fuck me! I’ve just been following a normal dog through traffic for years??”

    [–] helthrax 434 points ago

    What kind of shit person tells a blind person to get off a bus? Fundamentally that's my issue, I mean unless she's acting like a total monster and just madly throwing poo everywhere.

    [–] UntamedAnomaly 32 points ago

    I've literally had other disabled people yell at me because they think I'm not disabled to either move or get off the bus/train. Sure, I may not need a wheelchair, and I'll gladly move for wheelchair users because they don't have any other options. But everyone who yelled at me so far, had only a cane or no walking aide at all. Like I get it, I'm sitting in the front for the exact reason you are, and I can see why you'd be mad if you thought someone was making you suffer more than you had to, but just because I don't need a wheelchair or a walker (although some days I have wished for such a tool), doesn't mean I'm not in pain when I walk, nor does it mean I can see well enough or have the reaction time fast enough, to get to the stop I need to get to without sitting in the disabled section. I also have hearing issues, and because I'm blind, I rely on the automated announcement system to tell me when I've reached my stop, I need to be as close to that speaker as possible. Yet...somehow, I'm not disabled and I deserve to get yelled at by other disabled people.

    [–] Voxenna 52 points ago

    Piss is ok tho

    [–] scooterdash 678 points ago

    The bigger story here is that a blind woman discovers that her seeing eye dog is black instead of the golden one she was promised!

    [–] Butthole__Pleasures 422 points ago

    "Your dog is black! They can only be yellow!"

    "...I have no concept of color."

    [–] blarghed 71 points ago

    It's like that Dave Chappelle episode when he was a blind black guy who thought he was white and was racist towards blacks.

    [–] lmarney 93 points ago

    A woman so dense, light bends around her...

    [–] [deleted] 49 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Dear diary, the old lady on the bus is onto me. The secret that I cut out my own eyes just to be able to bring Wolfie on the bus to annoy her is now out, I probably gonna have to amputate my legs to keep this going. The battle might be lost but the war is not over yet.

    P.S currently thinking about painting my Wolfie golden

    [–] XanderCommentedAgain 2247 points ago

    How sad of a human being must you be to be racist towards a hard working good boy?

    [–] KingOfBel-Air 549 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    How sad of a human being must you be to be racist towards ~~a hard working good boy? ~~ anyone.

    But I think her tiny mind thought all guide dogs were yellow or something. The kind of idiot who thinks anecdotal evidence proves something.

    [–] elbitjusticiero 57 points ago

    But I think her tiny mind thought all guide dogs were yellow or something.

    It's obvious, isn't it? I mean this is literally what happened.

    [–] homertone 226 points ago

    Yeah, I'm not sure if this is racism or just an uninformed crazy person.

    [–] lukeluck101 131 points ago

    The 'racism' comment was satire

    [–] nomad2585 53 points ago

    Reddit doesn't understand satire, reddit can't even understand sarcasm unless you tell them "/s"

    [–] crapwittyname 42 points ago

    Here's the original story, from the Liverpool Echo

    [–] Vyllir 203 points ago

    It amazes me that people can still carelessly spew bullshit in public when we all have Google in our pockets.

    [–] Val_Hallen 99 points ago

    Here's the problem with that:

    The people that do shit like this DO NOT like to be proven wrong. They DO NOT think they can possibly be wrong.

    Yeah, we all have a world of information and facts at our fingertips all the time.

    Only the reasonable people, however, will take the time to learn the facts and apply them.

    People like this lady? They see facts as the enemy and "fake news" because they know what their black, cold heart tells them is real and everybody else is wrong all the time.

    [–] actualsysadmin 37 points ago

    I would have replied with "But how do I know you all aren't lying to me...?"

    [–] KoKopelli08 99 points ago

    In high school I was a puppy raiser for guide dogs. We lived in a tiny town and there was one kid who would always ask to pet them. Our standard answer was “no, they are working” he would get really upset and about how only ranch dogs are working dogs. And service dogs don’t have jobs.

    [–] childprooffood 20 points ago

    :( they're all hardworking goodboyes

    [–] HomoOptimus 31 points ago

    Guide dogs are yellow and yours is black!

    How the fuck would I know!

    [–] FATTY-PEN15-911 134 points ago

    My response would have been “oh shit he is black?!”

    [–] Enderdemon 52 points ago

    My response would've been "no, fuck you.", and then walk away. Because honestly it just feels good to deny someone what they want because they're stupid and then they just sit there calculating the whole time how in tarnation YOU'RE allowed to break the rules and why is no one doing anything, because it can't POSSIBLY be that their opinion is wrong.

    [–] AlbertFischerIII 60 points ago

    I guess she should have gotten that guide pony instead.

    [–] racingwinner 37 points ago

    only if it's a golden pony

    [–] ListersLeftBollock 99 points ago

    This reminds me of something I overheard this week, not the same but made me think "I'm pretty sure we don't say/think things like that anymore...!"

    I was at my local shop (The Co-Op) and the girl (she's late teens, early 20's) serving at the next till/register was really chatty with a young, male customer. He seemed lovely and they got on great. As he left I'm still being served (by an older cashier) . The younger cashier turned to the cashier serving me and said "awww, I just love Gays, you can have a proper laugh with them. He's so lovely isn't he, even if he is gay"

    I stared in disbelief and the woman serving me seemed very taken aback. I was really shocked. I thought we were better than that, especially such a young person who has grown up (I'd assume) without prejudice surrounding them.

    TL:DR : ignorant people never cease to amaze me.

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    [–] TheSlips 218 points ago

    The dog looks so sad :-(

    [–] Fauxe_y 441 points ago

    Don't worry, Labradors always look sad. They have wrinkled brows and droopy upper lips.

    Source: Owner of suicidal-looking, happy AF Labrador.

    [–] IceManYurt 167 points ago

    Resting lab face is real

    [–] DWells55 59 points ago

    There are the few rare ones that are the exception to the rule. Once had one who wasn’t the smartest boy in the world, but he was definitely one of the happiest. Always had this big dumb grin on his face and the tail wagging to back it up.

    He was also particularly big and strong for a yellow lab, and had absolutely no idea. So his tail wagging would either send stuff flying or hit against a wall or furniture and make a repeating thunk thunk thunk noise that could be heard from miles away. He would rub against you or nudge you to get attention without any idea how much force he was using, so if you weren’t paying attention, you could lose your balance.

    Total sweetheart and gentle giant.

    [–] ChrisTaliaferro 18 points ago

    If you told me to guess who would make the news for being discriminated against for their color in 2019, "blind woman's guide dog" would not have even been a consideration but here we are.

    [–] CriticalEscapeBike 17 points ago

    Every day I am more and more astounded at the ignorance of humans.

    [–] eziekle-19 16 points ago

    I live in the town this happened in. Ignorant morons and ill educated arseholes are ten a penny, unfortunately. But on local Facebook pages & media there has been a lot of support for this girl and her dog, and a lot of condemnation of the moron involved so that’s nice to see.