Suppose if you dont consider being ‘armless a disability (a lot of disabled frown on being called disabled as they feel perfectly abled) then a big nose is no different to a short disfunctional appendage on ones right shoulder.
coffeeking, true, my ex refused point blank to be registerd disabled and fair play to her but she couldnt drive a car without it having adaptations and unless you had a really huge nose you wouldnt need to adapt a car. There were things she was unable to do therefore you could say she was disabled (she wouldnt though).
anagallis_arvensis – Member My ex is a primary school teacher and she has one arm, wonder if she scares the kids!!! Actually in my experience kids were quite intrigued by it, it was adults who act a bit wierd. Often you dont notice though I can remember first time I met my ex I’d been talking to her for an hour before I noticed.
were you drunk? not trying to be funny, like, but how did you not notice. it’s usually a fairly substaintial appendage.