A few friends and I went to Six Flags in Arlington, Texas–near Dallas. If you've ever been to a theme park, then you know that the lines for everything are ridiculously long. You also know that cripple people get in front of the line because everyone feels uncomfortable bitching about standing in line for a long time when there's a cripple around. Right now, you're probably forming thoughts in your head given that introduction and the title, and you think I'm that asshole that pretends to be cripple to be first to ride the rides. Well I'm not.
We were standing in this line to get what appeared to be the best damn food in Texas because the line wrapped around the building. Upon further investigation, this was happening everywhere. As with most theme parks, there are church groups, band camps, cheer squads and all sorts of young person collectives. There was one church youth group that, apparently, all went to the same eatery but ended up in different spots in line (like, oh my gosh! What a coincidence!). Well the kids in front of us kept trying to wave their friends to come up with them. Everyone saw this and turned around and gave them scornful looks. That seemed to deter the budding criminals....for the time being. They finally got the gumption to go up with teir friends, shrugging off everyone's snarls. As soon as they got up there, I yelled,
"Is the whole fucking group crippled?" The group looked at me like, "How dare you." So then I noticed that the girl in the wheel chair didn't have any kind of brace or anything and I found this to be a bit curious.
"What is your ailment?" I asked.
"None of your business." the handi-capable girl answered.
"Well it sounds to me like your only cripple is being a liar. Take your bed and walk." I said, very sarcastically.
"What?" She said incredulously. Hmm, not recognizing a quote from the bible.
I then snapped "I was quoting your Jesus. Get out of the goddamn chair because he does not approve."
"Leave us alone." replied her posse.
I just shook my head and walked off. When I got back to my group of friends, they told me that the lady that was between us and the kids did a Hale Mary when I mocked Jesus. We laughed about that for a while.