When Disability Becomes Embarrassing – Part 4
Fred Gets Taught a Lesson
The final day of the conference everyone was tired, but content they had gone, conquered and achieved what they had gone there to do.
I came across Fred and in a casual setting he approached me to apologise for the previous night at the dinner and throwing me under the bus in front of everyone.
I told him “It’s OK, because I had been about to tell him to go outside and call all his friends and family and loved ones and tell them how much he loved them!” because I was going to kill him.
He seemed to sober immediately and to confirm he wouldn’t do it again. I told him it would be OK because I could always claim brain injury to “get off”.
I left him with a friendly pat on the side of his arm, but I think he also knew not to do it again. It should be a warning to others.
DO NOT MESS WITH HELEN.
Yet to kill anybody, but there’s always the first.