Yeah, Probably Too Old For That Stroller [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in Weird

So many things wrong with this photo, not enough characters allowed in I-A-B"s limiting backend.
There are 17 comments:
Male 584
im goin with the fact that 37% of americans are obese and in 215 it will be about 46%. The kid is a fat, lasy bitch. fat people suck.
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Male 2,988
@chalket: you seem tense and way too easily aggravated. i recommend you find some way to relieve some stress. and try not to take every thing someone says on the internet too literally. it isn`t good to get worked up so much over nothing.
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Male 3,310
You`d think that mom would be burnin` ahella calories
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Male 1,292
drating I am a racist!s
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Male 2,711
@Coyote
Nope, I`ve re-read it several times now (even with a sarcastic tone) and it still comes off as nothing but dick-ish. But, since you say you meant it sarcastically, I suppose I should accept your almost-apology, though I`ll let YOU "rub one out" over it. You see, I am not an adolescent, so that is not the solution to every problem as it seems to be for you.
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Male 217
She looks like a special needs child in a major buggy/stroller.
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Male 1,949
What better way to shovel diabetes into her than when she`s lying down? God forbid, don`t let her, you know, WALK.
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Male 2,988
@chalket: calm down buddy. i guess my text did not convey sarcasm enough to keep you from exploding with rage. re-read it as a joke, then calm down, rub one out to relieve some stress, and come back.
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Male 883
I have seen situations like this in person many times. By observing I could tell that the kids were just fat and lazy.

@freddy- well gee where were you when it took almost a year for a certified team of Doctors to diagnose my daughter? I mean hell if you can determine all that just by looking people could save a ton of money on silly things like medical testing.
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Male 127
Could easily also be a case of not being able to afford a wheelchair as much as anything else. But then again, this is the Internet, we`re all experts here:)
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Male 13,630
I have no words..
Well I have but, *face palms*
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Male 2,711
No, dickhead coyote, I didn`t assume anything based on her weight. I proposed the POSSIBILITY of some special need based on several things: the characteristic lolling of the head, the also-characteristic positioning of her arms, the appearance of a (possible) cleft palate (the photo isn`t quite clear enough to be sure), and the fact that SHE`S IN A FREAKING STROLLER.

Take your condescending `tsk tsk` and shove it up your condescending ass, and oh yeah, have a nice day!
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Male 11,739
[quote]Unless you`re certain of the circumstances behind a picture like this it`s probably best not to judge.[/quote]

I have seen situations like this in person many times. By observing I could tell that the kids were just fat and lazy. They had no medical conditions or special needs. So I`ll stick to judging, because chances are the parents are just letting the kid ride because they don`t want to hear complaints about being tired of walking.
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Male 883
My daughter is 9 yrs old and has both Rett and Angleman`s syndrome. We still use a stroller as well as a special type of `high chair`.

Unless you`re certain of the circumstances behind a picture like this it`s probably best not to judge.
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Male 2,988
"she appears to possibly be Down`s Syndrome or some other special needs"

wow, because she is fat you assume she has Down`s Syndrome. tsk tsk.
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Male 2,711
Just playing devil`s advocate here, but she appears to possibly be Down`s Syndrome or some other special needs and this might be an easy, affordable way for mom to keep her where she belongs?
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Male 20,899
Link: Yeah, Probably Too Old For That Stroller [Pic] [Rate Link] - So many things wrong with this photo, not enough characters allowed in I-A-B`s limiting backend.
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