I imagine most people with a serious medical condition or a disability will find some solace in humour.
I confess I love the term “Wrong”, because it adequately covers my type of humour.
I often have a quick wit that people don’t understand or appreciate.
The other times my humour is ABI related and completely “Wrong”, it’s how I like it.
Here’s an idea of wrong……….the one I’m okay with putting on my blog at least.
I sometime get hay fever. Luckily most years at Springtime I haven’t been getting hay fever, but the last time the conversation came up at an ABI Social group I was going to, I commented; “Yeah! Haven’t had hay fever for years, but this year I’ve blown my brains out!”
The facilitator looked at me a little startled as I am one of the less “Brain Injured people of the group.” So, I guess I’m saying I get held to different standards.
I stopped “What? I’ve been blowing my nose a lot!”
I give a frown and a bit of a shrug and move on.
There are times I refer to the other “thing” which also includes a reference to Jackson Pollock, but not today…