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    1. If a mute swears does his mother wash his hands with soap? (Contributed by Don F.)
    2. If a person who loses his sight is blind and a person who loses his hearing is deaf and a person who loses his voice is mute what do you call someone who loses his sense of smell? (Contributed by Ryoga)
    3. If the voice in our head is the same voice that comes out of our mouth what do mute people hear? (Contributed by DreaminMC)
    4. Should a mute be yelled at for talking with their hands full? (Contributed by Strage.com)
    5. How do blind people know where the "BLIND PERSON XING" is on the road? (Contributed by Don F.)
    6. Do blind dogs have seeing eye humans? (Contributed by Don F.)
    7. About the signs that say "No animals allowed except for Seeing Eye Dogs". Who is that sign for? Is it for the dog or the blind person? (Contributed by Don F.)
    8. Why do they always let dyslexics write on the front of ambulances? (Contributed by Don F.)
    9. Why do they have those audible tones (to tell you which floor your on) in an elevator to a parking garage for the visually impaired? (Contributed by Don F.)
    10. Why is it considered bad manners to show your prized cactus collection to your blind friends? (Contributed by Don F.)
    11. Why is it illegal to park in a handicapped parking space but okay to go to the bathroom in a handicapped stall? (Contributed by Don F.)
    12. Why is it that when you see someone in a cast or brace you say "OUCH"? (Contributed by Don F.)
    13. Why is speech impediment a four syllable word? (Contributed by Don F.)
    14. Why is a shelter for the mentally unstable called a Sanitorium? (Contributed by Chatzie Massey)
    15. Why does the DMV send legally blind people a handicap permit for their windshield? (Contributed by katie)
    16. Whose cruel idea was it for the word "lisp" to have an "s" in it? (Contributed by Erik Freeman)
    17. Why do they have handicap parking stalls in front of skating rinks? (Contributed by Maurizio Mariotti)
    18. The other day I seen a news broadcast of a hurricane about to hit the coast and it was signed for the hearing impaired. Wouldn't the most appropriate signing to tell people that the hurricane is coming be to just flail the arms about frantically and runaway to safety? (Contributed by Don F.)
    19. Would the acroynm for the National Dyslexics Association be D.N.A.? (Contributed by Josephine E.)
    20. Can a man with no fingers point you in the right direction? (Contributed by Funny Mail)
    21. If you've got a Handicapped sticker on your car, do you have to park in a handicapped parking stall? If you park in a non-Handicapped stall, will you get a ticket? (Contributed by Pat F.)
    22. Now that everyone has a handicapped parking permit, do we need to designate new parking spaces for those who are truly handicapped? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    23. Can a man with no legs run for president? (Contributed by El Diablo)
    24. Do people with dis-abilities have the same rights as people with dat-abilities? (Contributed by Scammaster)
    25. cixelsyd elpoep ynam os era yhW? (Contributed by Richard)
    26. Why do some people in wheelchairs always have dirty shoes? (Contributed by K-dub)
    27. Some community basketball leagues have separate divisions for people under 6 feet tall, right? So, do any of the wheelchair basketball leagues have the same rule? (Contributed by Janis G.)
    28. Is it proper to ask people in a wheelchair if they need a push? (Contributed by Janis G.)
    29. Can a one-eyed person have 20/20 vision? (Contributed by Gord)
    30. If people with one arm go to get their nails done, do they pay half price? (Contributed by Chuck)
    31. If the handicapped bathrooms are for people who can't walk, why do they put them at the END of the corridors? (Contributed by Charlie)
    32. If you lose your sense of sight, hearing and speaking you are either blind, deaf, or mute, right? But what are you if you can't taste or touch? (Contributed by Nevin V.)
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