Well if it didn't come up in conversation they wouldn't be hiding it from you, if that makes a difference or do you think the person should say outright?
I think it's one of those things that most people would just bring up themselves so it doesn't come as a shock when you meet. If someone feels the need to not mention something that major (in the regards that it'll effect how you communicate face-to-face, I'd personally appreciate knowing so I can brush up on how to do at least basic signs) then it comes across like they were trying to hide it. That's like not telling someone you lost your left arm in an accident because it "never came up in conversation", well duh, how many people ask if someone lost their arm in an accident in casual conversation?I'd have no issue with a deaf partner but I'd appreciate them being upfront about it to avoid an awkward situation, yeah.
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lol, believed you were a prevaricator on Deaf guy...that you don't like love him as much... he's a tired of opportunity dating you...he's sill never return you, also he is hard trying to pick up other girls.what a lose and hate.
Is Phyllis your name? Lol sorry it's just so random to see that name. It's a strong awesome name.
Yes. And Isabelle is my middle name. I was named after my grandmothers.
Me too lol omg I'm so freaking slow😂😂I read that Phyllis is a belle lmfao lol but that's my first name too
Words are only part of communication. It's just like me dating an Italian. Language barriers are there, but we learn each other through working on understanding the language we're native to. It's no different than learning sign language.
Aww. I have a friend that stutters. He's still the best though. I hope you don't let it define you