You type up your dissertation, you type up the list of the jobs you have to do around the house and you type up your will. And even if there was, most people tend to judge on looks alone; they’ve already made their minds up about this disabled guy in front of them, before I’ve managed to say a word.
This all means that I usually rely on online dating.
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This results in a hilarious car crash of a conversation, which is the main reason I included it in the show - but I think I also did it to get people to think twice about being judgmental on dating websites.
I’ve tried Tinder too but that hasn’t been that successful either.
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If I’m being honest, I’ve tried it both ways with varying results.
It’s not that I want to lie to people; I just don’t want them to judge me solely on my disability. I think that’s partly why I included a storyline about it in my Radio 4 sitcom, Ability.
I’m a bit like Stephen Hawking, but I know nothing about the universe.
So, one of the problems I have with dating is that I find it hard to approach girls in the traditional sense. The best that I could do is ‘type up’ a woman but that just sounds wrong.
After all, I’m 37 years old and have only had three serious relationships. Let’s be honest, none of us want to be left on the shelf.
But, speaking from the personal experience of a bloke with a disability and no voice, I think that the dating game is much harder for people like me.
How long is an acceptable length to time to wait before you ask for their Wi-fi password the morning after the night before?