Sick Humour Postcards
Back in the '80's, a handy little office tool was born. "While you were out" was a telephone style post-it pad, which made passing on messages as simple as ticking a few boxes, saving you both time and energy.
Ever wished you could dash off something similar to hand to well-meaning people trying to give you advice that you never asked for, and actually don't want?
Well, now you can, thanks to Sharon Wacshler, whose "Clip 'n' Copy - a handy response to all those unsolicited helpful suggestions" appears to be just the ticket.
This and much more disability humour, including some of Sharon's cartoons, can be found at her Sick Humor Postcards website. Sharon reckons that humour is the ideal way to get across the reality of life with a disability to non-disabled people, and that her postcards are a perfectly portable way of doing it. There's text descriptions of most of them too.