Kyle and I saw this sign at a small town gas station and it made me laugh. Any thoughts?
It must be a super duper wheelchair if it needs to gassed up. Do you think it can be used indoors? The exhaust might cause some major problems.Amisha
What a weird sign. I think it means, if you see any people with disabilities fill up their gas tanks for them. Maybe that small town has a LOT of disabled people.
Ave, I don't know. I didn't see anyone scooting around in a wheelchair while we were there.Hopefully it means that people should be on the lookout for people with disabilities and not, we'll mockingly tip our hats at people in wheelchairs while pouring gas on them. As for the gas wheelchair, it could totally be a problem indoors. But luckily for the person in the wheelchair, they could totally cruise away when everyone else gets tired and lethargic from the CO2 fumes.
The person in the wheelchair is about 6 feet tall sitting down, thats bizarre.
I think that it's not a gas pump. The nice man is going to lubricate his mechanical knees that have seized up, then he won't need the wheelchair anymore.Heather
You're right! I never realized that the person in the wheelchair us super-huge. That would be very inimidating and I would certainly gas/oil up the person's car/wheelchair/knees if asked!
haha. maybe thats why hes in a weelchair-so he doesnt have to duck every time he walks in a door, or stands up. lmao!
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