Disabled. . Today I saw a dude try to physically redeye a teenage girl hem the disabled seating en the train, complaining about his weak ankles and hypertension Disabled Today I saw a dude try to physically redeye teenage girl hem the disabled seating en train complaining about his weak ankles and hypertension
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#10 - shadowrated
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#1 - hasinvadedyou
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he might of succeeded if someone else gave him a hand
User avatar #102 to #1 - IGotThis
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That picture is bad and you should feel bad.
User avatar #9 to #1 - shadowrated
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gotta hand it to you, you nailed that joke
#13 to #1 - xcoreyx
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* have
He might have succeeded. I'm sorry, I just don't understand why people use the word "of" in this context. Makes no sense.
User avatar #17 to #13 - itembox
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might've sounds similar to "might of"
Its simply a phonics error
#33 to #17 - adamks
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You could say, but the words in text are soo far from each other, both in meaning and look. It's just such a stupid mistake.
#2 to #1 - pleasedontkillme
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#15 to #2 - europe
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User avatar #39 to #15 - rokkarokkaali
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Why is he wearing a hat of a person wearing a pirate hat
#29 - thebiglewandowski
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User avatar #52 to #29 - dyalibya
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Would have been much better if you arrived at this thread earlier
#77 to #29 - fareastbrainseer
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#16 - therealslimdavey
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I didn't know you could figuratively throw a prosthetic leg at somebody.
I didn't know you could figuratively throw a prosthetic leg at somebody.
User avatar #125 to #16 - missaddie
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"Kicking"
#138 to #16 - anon id: 256584a1
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I didn't know that people were too retarded to know that words can have duo definitions that changes on context.
User avatar #12 - unkownthous
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Literally
User avatar #32 to #12 - meganinja
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The person actually used it right. Shut the **** up.
User avatar #58 to #12 - penileburglar
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This was actually the correct use of the word... Just saying 'threw her prosthetic at him' could kind of imply that she just kicked at it with him attached. This draws emphasis to the fact that she did, in fact, literally remove her prosthetic and throw it at him.
User avatar #140 to #58 - unkownthous
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No, it's not even correct, but in context it sounds stupid to me. Because what would you expect of a leg that can come right off? You throw it. It's not even ironic. Comedy has driven us to see plenty of outcomes of slapstick. And have you ever hear of proverb, figure of speech, or what ever metaphor we could be talking about that talks about throwing legs? No. Not really. So really, the word was just unnecessary.
User avatar #198 to #140 - penileburglar
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Actually, 'throw ____ at someone' IS a common metaphor. "Threw my body at him," "Threw my heart at her," "Threw my hand at her," "Throw myself at him," are all metaphoric uses of the phrase. If I would have read it without the word 'literally,' I would have assumed she just kinda heaved her leg at him and kicked him.

Metaphors do tend to be regional, just because you've never heard one doesn't mean they don't exist. "Literally" was absolutely used appropriately here.
User avatar #201 to #198 - unkownthous
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So when have you ever heard, "Threw my leg at him"?
User avatar #204 to #201 - penileburglar
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I haven't, but again, there are enough similar metaphors that other assumptions could easily be made. Stop being butt-hurt just because you saw the word 'literally' and expected a sea of greens for making fun of it.
#108 to #12 - mysticninja
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Do you know what literally means?
User avatar #142 to #108 - unkownthous
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the word you use in a sentence that means you weren't suppose to do it for real. it was just a joke.
#148 to #142 - mysticninja
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It means she actually threw her leg. As in she did do it for real. Not trying to be a dick, but the joke is just going to confuse people on the word even more.
User avatar #197 to #148 - unkownthous
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See there. You used actually. What is wrong with the word actually.
#200 to #197 - mysticninja
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What's wrong with the word literally?
User avatar #202 to #200 - unkownthous
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Because literally isn't being used in a sentence with a metaphor.
#203 to #202 - mysticninja
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It doesn't have to be.
User avatar #14 to #12 - theugandanhero
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Get over it.
#20 to #14 - burdenedsoul
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I think you might
I think you might
#21 to #14 - burdenedsoul
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like these
like these
#18 to #14 - Lainge
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Get down on it.
Get down on it.
User avatar #153 to #18 - evilredmuffin
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Get Down
User avatar #50 to #18 - darkor
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that gif go perfect with Dark Horse song..
#115 - Alias
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Guess you could say he was being really lame, huh?   
 Don't hurt me.
Guess you could say he was being really lame, huh?
Don't hurt me.
User avatar #131 to #115 - midnighteyes
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Just kidding.
I had to seize my opportunity.
I love you
#130 to #115 - midnighteyes
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Not as lams as that pun.
Not as lams as that pun.
User avatar #35 - squeemonster
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I'm the first person to give up my seat for anyone in need, someone with a toddler, a cripple, old people, even kids but this one time a woman came up to me with the most impatient look on her face rambling on about how disrespectful I was to her and people older than me ,and how people my age are just lazy *****. This woman was barely over 40, had no apparent problem walking/standing and seemed fitter than me. I smirked, got up, gave her my seat and limped away to the back of the bus with the rest of the passengers giving her the dirtiest look they could possibly muster. To be able to be treated like everybody else is a right, but to be able to get special treatment is a privilege.
User avatar #37 to #35 - leadfacial
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^preach
User avatar #42 to #35 - herofuckingder
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but why did you limp?
User avatar #207 to #42 - squeemonster
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Mostly to make her feel bad for making someone with a twisted ankle/limp get up for her lazy ass and make everyone else judge her. The people on the bus who saw me get on walking normally just snickered quietly at her face when she saw me limp away.
#44 to #42 - anon id: 04da3ec7
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Because normally he gives his seat up with no questions asked.
But she was being a dickcunt, and so he made everyone else around them hate her.
#43 to #35 - sackit
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**sackit rolled image** I dont move for kids... man **** kids
User avatar #208 to #43 - squeemonster
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Depends on the kids
#186 to #43 - anon id: 1ac95b01
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not moving for kids, but moving for people with kids. Those ****** get tired right quick
User avatar #4 - tittylovin
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I don't get it. His legs can actually get sore, why not give it to him?
User avatar #109 to #4 - PanicAttack
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Because the seating is designed with her in mind, not a cranky old man.
#5 to #4 - anon id: ba94e794
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Because walking with a prosthetic leg is totally painless and just like actually having a real leg! /sarcasm
User avatar #36 to #5 - whynotzoidberglol
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....Isn't that what it's supposed to be?
User avatar #38 to #36 - rokkarokkaali
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Well your leg stumps, which aren't made to stand on, are standing on prostetic legs the whole day.
User avatar #40 to #38 - whynotzoidberglol
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Well, aren't they supposed to be comfortable and all? Like ergonomics or something like that?
#46 to #40 - luckybomb
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You're right in that the manufacturers want the person to feel as least pain or discomfort as possible, but I think the right way to describe prosthetic limbs would be "practical", not "comfortable".
#41 to #40 - rokkarokkaali
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User avatar #171 to #41 - wobblewub
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that character looks so familiar...
User avatar #176 to #171 - createdjustnow
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pacman?
User avatar #192 to #171 - rokkarokkaali
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Pac-Man Has Gone Insane!
User avatar #144 to #40 - momho
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they can only do so much at the moment, a friend of mine has a prostetic leg and as he described it "immagine standing on your knee constantly, even with a big ass pillow under that **** start to feel bad after a few hours" =P
but who knows, give it 10-15 years and they be walkin' around with awesome cyborg **** :3
#147 to #144 - anon id: a51fa759
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That's pretty much how i would imagine it would feel like, and damn that must be really bad until you get somewhat used to it.
User avatar #139 to #36 - wallbuilder
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Apparently they get rashes and blisters and sometimes infections as a regular thing. So nah.
User avatar #60 to #5 - ragingcacti
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God dayum you're a stupid ************.
#63 to #60 - endospore
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Someone needs to look up the definition of the word 'sarcasm.'
User avatar #209 to #63 - ragingcacti
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Cant tell if that was directed at me or him... Because he obviously took the bait on that one.
#7 to #5 - soloman
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It's NOT like having real legs! Your ankles can't get sore!
User avatar #84 to #7 - chimpaflimp
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No, but your leg stub can.
#164 to #84 - soloman
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Wow, these guys sure don't like jokes. We go down together, tittylovin
User avatar #167 to #164 - tittylovin
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we ryde togethr
we dye togethr
homies
User avatar #165 to #164 - chimpaflimp
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Jokes are supposed to be funny.
#166 to #165 - soloman
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Well I thought it was funny, but there's no way I can convince you of that, and it seems like the masses disagree.

Although the issue doesn't seem to be that they don't find it funny, since they're all giving serious replies as arguments, including you. So I think you just didn't get it. *shrug*
User avatar #19 to #4 - blademontane
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It doesn't matter. She was disabled, he was not. Therefore it is absurd for her to give him the seat.
#48 to #19 - anon id: dd9f4809
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Except that really isn't what he's getting at and apparently you know it by the way you formulated your response. It's not about the fact that she has a prosthetic leg in of itself, it's whether it causes some form of issue (like pain) to the user and is that comparable to that of someone with a flesh-and-blood leg and his problems (like pain). To which the answer is yes, prosthetic legs aren't exactly the most comfortable fit, nor is it quite as function as a real leg.
User avatar #51 to #4 - dyalibya
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Nice bait
User avatar #111 to #51 - tittylovin
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Shh, I'm having fun pissing off SJWs
User avatar #158 to #4 - pkman
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Lol you're classic Tittylovin. Your comments always make my day
#8 to #4 - pleasedontkillme
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I was thinking this also, but then thought it may be difficult for someone with a prosthetic leg to maneuver themselves into the normal train seats.
User avatar #11 to #4 - demandsgayversion
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Stick a cup on your knee and push. It's painful. Now imagine that on a stump where it supports all your weight and is totally wobbly.
#101 - oubliette
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User avatar #145 to #101 - palmsspaghetti
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^ ******* this
User avatar #196 to #145 - oubliette
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This is what you're *******? lucky dog you
User avatar #206 to #196 - palmsspaghetti
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I would hit it with the force of a 1 km in diameter asteroid crashing into the planet.
#76 - doctorprofessornv
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I wonder, will a day come where prosthetic limbs are so advanced that their users will no longer be considered disabled (because the limbs are just as effective or even more so than a real limb)? Obviously we are no there yet, but I would like to think we might reach that point in the near future.

Also the individual trying to remove the girl from her seat sounds like a grade-A asshole.
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User avatar #127 to #83 - captainprincess
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Purity First disgusts me.

You can sit in the mud and be a weakling fleshpile.
What nature neglects, the fruit of modern science shall provide.
User avatar #159 to #76 - juanbadmamajama
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It's already here. 10 years from now, extremely rich millionares missing limbs will be able to have fully functioning and stronger than the original bionic limbs.
#143 to #76 - aleksandurr
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Fun fact, those prosthetic "legs" , or cheetah runners that are made of curved strips of carbon actually allow the user to run much faster with much less force necessary, because

1. The legs are actually quite heavy, as they contain a lot of meat, and some of the strongest bones in your body. The loss of your legs means you have less weight for the glutes to pull back and forth ((Both the prosthetic and your overall weight are lower) the more missing from the leg, the greater the effect) and so its easier to start running, and continue running.

2. The springiness of the prosthetics actually propel you forward, and can allow you to jump almost like you have expensive moon shoes.

Also, the normal human leg prosthetic looks awkward as hell to use, why wouldn't you want versatile moon shoes designed for sports and everyday use on all the time? Just sayin

TLR, I would say people with cheetah runners are far more efficient and functional than people with normal legs.
User avatar #80 to #76 - jakefenris
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They're already field testing true bionic limbs, we have exo-suits they're testing for paraplegics. The future is now.