Friendly Fill-ins.

Again, I am taking part in Friendly Fill-ins, hosted by

15 And Meowing

and

Four-Legged Furballs.

 

  1. I would like tickets to _____________________. any of my crushes gigs or concerts. Or to the theatre maybe, I haven’t been in theatre for ages.

2 Please donโ€™t ask me to _______________________. take care of you, keep you company or clean up ifyou’re sick with a norovirus, stomach flu, or anything like this, or even if you’d eaten something poisonous, to watch weird movies with you while people vomit, and don’t ask me to eat something I don’t want to eat because it’s likely then that it will trigger my emetophobia, and don’t do ask me to do anything else that can be potentially associated with vomiting.

  1. Iโ€™d rather _________ be mute, than _________. blind, if I had to choose between these things before birth, though both would be rather frustrating. That’s what my Dad asked me recently. ๐Ÿ˜€ I’d rather be blind than deaf though.

By this time next year, _________. I will be able to read at least books for children in Welsh without feeling like my brain is drained, and will be learning Cornish.

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4 thoughts on “Friendly Fill-ins.”

  1. Interesting answers!! I’ve been half-deaf since birth, but there’s probably a huge difference between that and being fully deaf, or blind. Hmm… I guess I’d rather go all-the-way deaf and keep my vision than go blind! Funny thing to think of! ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. I guess if I wouldn’t be blind since birth, maybe I would think differently about this, I guess more sighted people are rather more afraid of losing their sight than hearing, but because I am blind since birth, being deaf sounds rather abstractive, and because of my silence anxiety and others alike, it sounds very scary besides. But I guess if I was deaf I wouldn’t have this anxiety so things would be probably easier to handle than I can imagine now with my current point of view.

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