It was very unexpected to get flirted with on the bus as I sat in my wheelchair. Thanks for your numbers and for agreeing to meet up with me but NO THANKS for leading me on for over a week and then telling me you have a boyfriend already. You say you're sorry and didn't mean to do that? Guess what? It's especially patronizing when you do that to a disabled person. Nobody deserves to put up with that crap. Your boyfriend can keep you, because I'm not interested in game playing liars who cannot control themselves. Have a nice life, jackass. Oh and lose my phone number, it was a big pleasure deleting yours from my phone.
Oh Look, an Attractive Man in a Wheelchair!
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