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Originally posted by anxietydisorder
I've never feigned being deaf, but I do understand enough French to have caught a few people talking when they didn't think I could understand them.
We're forced to take it in school in Canada even though it's a dying language.
When I worked in Los Angeles I had a friend that volunteered at an institute for the blind. We snagged a couple canes and put on dark glasses and would walk through malls or down streets clicking our canes just to watch the people get out of our way.
What the Hell, we were just teenagers......
We'd go into stores and feel the merchandise, then ask ludicrous questions just for the fun of it.
We'd even ask people to look for our car and get them to help us find it.
Then we'd hop in and drive away just to leave them standing there watching in amazement.
Here's a pic of Stubs with his cane and glasses:
Just keep in mind that he can see as good as you and I, and hope no blind people are reading this. :shk: