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Hydro dipping prosthetic legs for kids for free @globalpositivenews
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A Beautiful Longhaired Tuxedo Cat Shows Off
His New Prosthetic Back Paws After a Severe
Injury
laughingsquid A Beautiful Longhaired Tuxedo Cat Shows Off His New Prosthetic Back Paws After a Severe Injury
Paralympic medalist double amputee cheers on toddler walking on his new prosthetic leg for the first time @globalpositivenews
g-vear-old, born with only one hand, can now play the violin thanks to a custom
prosthetic made by classmate's dad oe
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g-vear-old, born with only one hand, can now play the violin thanks to a custom prosthetic made by classmate's dad oe
g-year-old, born with only one hand, can now play the violin thanks to a custom prosthetic made by classmate's dad
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g-year-old, born with only one hand, can now play the violin thanks to a custom prosthetic made by classmate's dad GP Uglobalpositivenews
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A Beautiful Longhaired Tuxedo Cat Shows Off
His New Prosthetic Back Paws After a Severe
Iniury
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laughingsquid A Beautiful Longhaired Tuxedo Cat Shows Off His New Prosthetic Back Paws After a Severe Iniury
Hi &&3 @6 Si AS
AITA for telling small children who ask about my prosthetic leg that I'm robot?
I have a prosthetic leg. I was in public today when a small girl (maybe 5?) asked me what happened to my leg. I whispered "I'm secretly a robot, shhh, don't tell anyone." Her eyes went real wide and she whispered back "okay" and scurried back to her mom. I always get a kick out of little kids reactions. But then the lady standing behind me told me that I shouldn't lie to children like that and instead teach them "acceptance and body positivity."
I told her it's great to teach children that, but I just like to get a laugh when I can.
I only do this sometimes when kids ask, it's really funny to see their reactions.
AITA?
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Hi &&3 @6 Si AS AITA for telling small children who ask about my prosthetic leg that I'm robot? I have a prosthetic leg. I was in public today when a small girl (maybe 5?) asked me what happened to my leg. I whispered "I'm secretly a robot, shhh, don't tell anyone." Her eyes went real wide and she whispered back "okay" and scurried back to her mom. I always get a kick out of little kids reactions. But then the lady standing behind me told me that I shouldn't lie to children like that and instead teach them "acceptance and body positivity." I told her it's great to teach children that, but I just like to get a laugh when I can. I only do this sometimes when kids ask, it's really funny to see their reactions. AITA? 4.0k 345 Share