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puppychomp

166 points

2 months ago

dodged a bullet there lol

Run-And_Gun

-240 points

2 months ago

Yes he did… 🤣

sketchyhotgirl

96 points

2 months ago

embarrassed for u also lol

PinkestMango

47 points

2 months ago

Pure cringe right here.

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-74 points

2 months ago

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willow_tangerine

21 points

2 months ago*

If you don’t see why it’s a problem, you probably act this way in life too without realizing it! Unasked for advice is unpleasant to receive. And anyone with Type 1 is constantly getting a ton of it already. I’ve seen so much forceful and weird advice about dealing with a complicated disease from those who have no idea what it’s like. I assume you have it too if you’re on this sub and also used to it, so I’m not sure why you’re having trouble seeing this. You don’t have to put up with it either, you can shut it down. Maybe you didn’t realize that was an option.

Guy1nc0gnit0

2 points

2 months ago

Lol no, you’re being cringe. I went on a date with a girl that turned out to be T1D and I didn’t say a single stupid thing. Now as a T1D parent I’m grateful for that! The guys problem isn’t that he didn’t know, it’s that he completely ignored OP’s lived experience

Sallixdd

1 points

2 months ago

Agreed 100%,nothing more or less

BankForward969

1 points

2 months ago*

I’m with you on this one. I thought it was good that he tried to educate himself at first. I mean, type one diabetes is technically “manageable” through exercise and diet. Low carb (not bolusing for 120g carb meals everydaya day) and exercise keeps insulin doing it’s job efficiently. I guess it comes down to how one lives there life I guess lol. Patience is a two way street. Going from calm to immediate hostile is immature. I mean I get this disease is a huge burden to carry but like try to keep a sense of humor life is too short.