How’d You Ding Your Wing? – OHS061

Almost on a daily basis I get asked by someone what happened to my hand. How you ask me about myself tells me a lot about you. I learn so much about who you are as a person by how you ask me why I am the way I am as a person. I say this because I have been asked countless times about my hand or lack of hand.

Most of the time people ask me a preparatory question in order to ask a question. It is as if they are asking me permission to ask the real question. “Can I ask you a question?” Once I hear this, I know 98% of the time the following question will be, “What happened to your hand?” This is not always the case with children. Most of the time they just ask the obvious question with all the innocence of a child. However, sometimes I am surprised by both children and adults.

In some very rare and very special interactions I am asked why I have one hand in some very cool and unique ways. As a result I learn a lot about the person asking me that question. This podcast is about the funky ways people have asked me why I do not have two hands.

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Show Notes:

  • The funny ways people ask about me about not having a hand.
  • The things I learn about you by how you ask me why I do not have two hands.

Resources:

  • Episode OHS038 – This podcast is just about some of the funny things people have said about my one-handed life.

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Play your hand,
AlejAndro

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