Spot the flaw with this one...

#3
how would he know?????????????
 
#7
#8
My old dad's blind and throws bills and letters on a scanner and the computer reads them so I send him letters with shed loads of spelling mistakes and swearing just to wind him up :D
 
#10
Airborne_Aircrew said:
His dog read it for him.
He was an RAF Plod????
Luckily, I read down the thread and thus avoided needless repetition. :thumright:
 
#11
"I was literally horrified that they can send anything through the post saying 'Dear Mr Blindman' about your disability," said Mr Harris. "I was just so shocked.
He's not over reacting in the hope of a few quid then :roll:
 
#12
Seems perfectly reasonable to me.

Some data input monkey mistakenly entered his disability (or differently abled ability) in to the database... probably one of hundreds that day, and off it went.

Dry your eyes princess, take it in good humour and move on.

He isn´t complaining about the house renovations is he?
 
#14
Dera Mr Syphaliss
Dear Mr prostate cancer
Dear Mr incapcity benefit
Where would it end?
 
#15
It always puzzles me about this blind routine, they put braille on signs, but how does the differently abled person know there's a sign there to be felt?
 
#16
CQMS said:
It always puzzles me about this blind routine, they put braille on signs, but how does the differently abled person know there's a sign there to be felt?
Look, no one ever said that PC had to be, in any way sensible, so stop being one of the awkward squad.

<fx marks card>
 
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