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    [–] Fastest way to soothe a broken heart silverturtle14 2 points ago in Baking

    Haha, helping soothe a friend's heart. I think it worked! And thanks!

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 0 points ago in AskReddit

    Yeah, I sorta spammed it to any comment thanking Disney for the Village, haha. It matters a lot to me that Henri receives his due credit :)

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 53 points ago in AskReddit

    It's actually not specifically associated with Disney or Make a Wish, but it works with them a lot. GKtW also partners with other orgs like universal studios, and they're a foundation in their own right. They pay the full cost for children and families staying at the Village.

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 3 points ago in AskReddit

    Give Kids the World is actually a separate foundation created by Henri Landwirth, that works with a bunch of common wish sites, including Disney and Universal. Setting families up at the village is actually totally handled by GKtW and MaW, not Disney.

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 5 points ago in AskReddit

    Give Kids the World is actually a separate foundation created by Henri Landwirth, that works with a bunch of common wish sites, including Disney and Universal. Setting families up at the village is actually totally handled by GKtW and MaW, not Disney.

    This isn't meant to discount the other work Disney does, but to give credit where credit is due. They do a lot of other work for children.

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Give Kids the World is actually a separate foundation created by Henri Landwirth, that works with a bunch of common wish sites, including Disney and Universal. Setting families up at the village is actually totally handled by GKtW and MaW, not Disney.

    That's not to discount the charitable work they do, though. It's just this isn't one of their organizations.

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 3 points ago in AskReddit

    Give Kids the World is actually a separate foundation created by Henri Landwirth, that works with a bunch of common wish sites, including Disney and Universal. Setting families up at the village is actually totally handled by GKtW and MaW, not Disney.

    That's not to discount the charity work Disney does, though, they do do a lot for terminally ill children.

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Give Kids the World is actually a separate foundation created by Henri Landwirth, that works with a bunch of common wish sites, including Disney and Universal. Setting families up at the village is actually totally handled by GKtW and MaW, not Disney.

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 3 points ago in AskReddit

    Give Kids the World is actually a separate foundation created by Henri Landwirth, that works with a bunch of common wish sites, including Disney and Universal.

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Give Kids the World is actually a separate foundation created by Henri Landwirth, that works with a bunch of common wish sites, including Disney and Universal.

    [–] Make-A-Wish recipients and workers, what were some wishes you HAD to say no to? silverturtle14 7 points ago in AskReddit

    The Village is a fantastic place, it has cabins for each family, and all the kids are treated like royalty. One thing they try to make sure of is that all children, whether they're the one with the wish or not, is treated equally, because of how hard it can be on siblings. There's games, delicious restaurants, rides, and characters walking around the village, all to make it the best possible experience for the kids. I wish all the best for your son/family.

    [–] Prison guards of reddit what it the most extreme thing you ever saw happen in your prison? silverturtle14 4 points ago in AskReddit

    The problem is you use the word "choose" here. Many, many inmates are actually severely mentally unstable, and need support for that, which isn't given in prison. When you treat a criminal like a criminal, very little rehabilitation happens.

    [–] Prison guards of reddit what it the most extreme thing you ever saw happen in your prison? silverturtle14 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Someone disagreeing with you doesn't make them young. Seems to me like they believe every human is entitled to basic human rights, while you do not. I don't know what your story is, but you should have more respect for others. Not doing so makes you sound young or something.

    [–] Wholesome Sportsmanship! silverturtle14 1 points ago in wholesomememes

    The only one that looks anything like Joe Rogan is Dana White (Joe Rogan isn't in any part of the gif).

    [–] Wholesome Sportsmanship! silverturtle14 0 points ago in wholesomememes

    Not sure if trolling, but it's actually Dana White, the main promoter of the UFC.

    [–] AITA For switching obese people's drink at McDonald's silverturtle14 1 points ago in AmItheAsshole

    They're both dangerous for diabetics. People with insulin deficiencies don't just need less sugar, they need a specific amount of sugar. If their blood sugar goes too low OR too high it could kill them. From talking with a friend who has type 2, being on the high side is actually less dangerous- if your blood sugar drops that's when you start to have seizures and your body shuts down.