Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Harry Gibbs, Mar 10, 2013.
were---was, at least be consistent
Dink what would you do if you saw an old friend of yours had posted a pic of his grandchild on facebook, and it looks like the poor kid was a down syndrome baby, but they mentioned that fact to you. Do you ask about it? Ignore it like you don't see it? I need to know how to handle this brah.
Maybe its the indica laughing, but this one hit my funny bone good
they already mentioned that the kid is downy to you? if they told you, ask away. it's all grist for the mill now. what you want to know about downy kids?
I typed that shit wrong...they never mentioned it to me, so when I see them next month, it may be a little weird ya know?
Make some crude retard jokes when you first see them, if they get offended, then their kid is probably full-on retard.
SFN style double-post.
I'll take this approach under advisement.
I say ignore it. Act like you didn't even notice. And when they tell you say "Oh really? Well you're doing a great job with him."
Oh and, I like Dinkus. He gives me joy and love. And he gets me. He's one of the few.
i think if you just ask what's wrong with the kid and how long it'll take for the kid to get over it i think you'd be fine.
I perhaps would have taken the opposite approach, and upon seeing the child, become all wild-eyed and start pointing at the kid in a panicked motion, asking "OMFG, is that kid a retard?!!!".
Get the awkwardness of it all out of the way real quick.
but seriously, don't mention it if they don't unless you're like super tight with him. i have one buddy who if he had a kid with developmental disabilities he'd be all like "he might be retard, but he's a cute little bug eye."
Me: so is you grandchild a downy baby?
Him: no...why do you say that ya fuck face?