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Comic Strip about Deaf Pornography

January 7, 2008

My hearing friend sent me the link. [Penny Arcade! – Universal Themes]

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  1. E-boy
    January 7, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    Deaf people annoy the f*** out of me. Half-deaf especially. My ex is half-deaf and he’s a huge pain in the ass to talk to. There’s nothing wrong with being differently-abled, and having your own language and a rich culture separate from the hearing. But there is no reason you can’t use proper English grammar when speaking or writing English. When I speak French, I speak it with French grammar. I am learning to sign, and obviously my sign conversation will reflect proper ASL grammar.

  2. Guest
    January 7, 2008 at 8:32 pm

    Half-Deaf… what the hell are u talking abt to E-Boy?? I think that is insult!

    Anyway, that cartoon is okay which I am not sure… lol!

    But the matter to me what that guy above “E-Boy” said that abt Half-deaf… How can be? Sheesh!

  3. .
    January 7, 2008 at 10:57 pm

    Remind me of DeafBunny. Hahaha

  4. Someone
    January 8, 2008 at 1:34 am

    @Eboy: Um, hello? For a Deaf person, English is a SECOND LANGUAGE. Unless you’ve studied it intensely, you’re not going to master that second language. Hell, even people who are born with English as a first language barely know any proper grammar.

  5. Silly Tony
    January 8, 2008 at 9:17 am

    Good! We are as good and bad as hearing people!

  6. dog food
    January 8, 2008 at 12:11 pm

    eboy, you are the poster child for ignorant hearies.

    why are you with a guy that bugs the shit out of you?
    why are you comparing an entire culture with yourself?
    And why dont you write in ASL?

  7. crumpet
    January 8, 2008 at 12:14 pm

    heh heh “half deaf”…

    so funny to see a hearie try to give an opinion about the deaf when she/he doesn’t even know “hard of hearing”.

    wisdom and intelligence are very very different traits and you are lacking the former.

  8. anonymous
    January 8, 2008 at 3:04 pm

    iMac? 🙂

  9. January 9, 2008 at 4:22 am

    Is it G-Rated or R-Rated website?

  10. E-boy
    January 9, 2008 at 11:54 am

    To answer as many comments as possible, maybe not in order:
    I am not with him anymore. That is what makes him my “ex.” But we still talk and hang out, when you care about someone, you can keep a friendly relationship even if romance does not work out like you wanted.
    I say half-deaf because that is how he sometimes describes himself (mostly he just calls himself deaf). He is totally deaf in one ear, but with his hearing aid, he has enough in the other ear to function as a hearing person with a few minor adjustments. He does not seem to like “hard of hearing” and violently objects to “hearing impaired.”
    I know English is a second language for you. That is why I used my own second language, French, as an example for comparison. I wasn’t trying to make a comparison to just myself though. Most people making a serious effort at a second language learn the grammar, not just the vocabulary. I don’t expect most people to speak a second language as well as their first, but after speaking and/or writing it for years, they should at least be able to formulate sentences better than a two-year-old whose first language it was.
    As for not writing in ASL, if that was feasible in a large scale on the internet, I imagine this blog would be written thusly instead of in English. I also don’t know much ASL yet, just starting to learn. My ex was supposed to teach me, but, failing to keep promises is one of the reasons he IS my ex.
    I am male, for the record.

  11. Asshole
    February 12, 2008 at 1:09 am

    Oh, so e-boy is a fag? Ew. Why don’t fags use English? There always talking faggish.

  12. E-Boy
    March 17, 2008 at 11:41 pm

    Yes, hate speech is exactly the way to convince me that I am wrong.

  13. Chris
    April 18, 2008 at 12:10 pm

    @asshole…Wow. Self prophesying, eh? That really is one of the most idiotic things you could say.

    E-Boy does have a valid point. You can always look vocabulary up in a dictionary, but grammar is something that just needs to be learned. While E-Boy’s comment my have been slightly stereotypical and lumped the great sum of those with hearing problems together, it is justified. If you want to or need to learn a language, do it properly, and take they time to learn the important parts (in my opinion, grammar far out-ranks vocabulary).

    However, this is a problem that plagues the internet regardless of origin or ability. Being anonymous should not provide you the opportunity to be stupid and ignorant. Type properly. I sincerely hope that the way the majority of the online community types does not reflect the way they speak. If it does, then the world truly is a pitiful place.

    “There” and “talking”? Seriously, Asshole (your name, not my label). Try “They’re” and “speaking.” People will have a greater appreciation for the things you say if you “talk” them correctly.

  14. El Sucky
    June 2, 2008 at 7:19 pm

    Hearies,that’s certainly a new term to me.
    It may be a wild generalisation but i’ve always found that any deaf people (deafies?) i come across have no trouble either lip reading or just using a pad and pen to communicate with myself who is utterly ASL deficiant.

    Maybe not so good for porno though.

  15. E-Boy
    June 11, 2008 at 2:54 pm

    Thanks Chris. I don’t know if you are deaf or not, but the problem I have is that I know a large group of deaf people (mostly through my ex), and the majority of them speak aloud exactly the way people talk on the internet, it makes them hard to understand, and it’s not because they’re stupid or uneducated (with a few exceptions) they are fairly intelligent (recall that I am talking about deaf people I know, not deaf people in general), most of them simply cannot be bothered to make the effort. That is what irks me so much. I will probably never be perfect with my French or my ASL, but at least I try. I expect people learning English as a second language to put in the same effort that serious students of other languages do.

  16. E-Boy
    June 11, 2008 at 2:55 pm

    Oops, sorry, looks like I missed the / to close the bold tag after “I know”.

  17. durdle
    June 14, 2008 at 8:17 pm

    pissy dildos

  18. ThatGirl501
    July 28, 2008 at 11:41 pm

    Hm. Eboy. That is a horrible generalization. You may be only talking about the deaf people you know but then you should clarify that when you first posted rather than saying, “Deaf people annoy the f*** out of me. Half-deaf especially.” Also, it’s hard for me to believe what you claim because you seem to exaggerate quite a bit based on your previous comments including the former mentioned. I know many, many deaf people. I would assume far more than you. I grew up in the deaf community and am quite familiar with dozens of people who would find your comments highly offensive. I know a man, hearing from birth, until the age of eighteen. He was born in Mexico, and never knew English, he moved to America after becoming completely deaf and had to learn the language with absolutely no ability to hear. That isn’t easy. And yet he managed, now he has written many articles and materials for colleges around the country. Not only do I know tons of deaf people who are able to use perfect English grammar they have been able to do it without the aid of sound. You may be capable of learning French with ease but it’s not exactly a perfect comparison is it? For your information lip reading is VERY difficult especially for people who are completely incapable of hearing. So apologies if they dont ‘try’ but there are many people who learn second languages and never become perfectly fluent. Also it’s not as if the deaf community is learning english for high school credit, for their own leisure, they have created their own culture and language because it is hugely difficult for them to do so and to fit in completely with a hearing society. They were forced to create a language because English is based on something that they were born without or lost sometime in their life. Your mad because not all deaf people can use proper English grammar, maybe you should learn perfect ASL then you could appriciate them to their fullest when your in their ring. It’s easy to blame when your in your own house, but when youre forced into theirs it’s not quite as simple. I doubt your signing is that great so until you get it immaculate maybe reconsider asking someone you care about to give you the same respect.

  19. May 31, 2013 at 10:25 am

    Since deaf people get ridiculously stubborn about things that hearing people don’t, hearies understand their inclinations as well as heterosexuals understand homosexuals. I am a heterosexual, but I rejected a relationship with a deaf girl partly because she called me through Colorado relay too often. Of course, she is short and had a boyfriend with a house, whereas one of my three major disabilities, Lou Gehrig’s disease restricted me to a one-bedroom apartment. At the time, my voice was so easy to understand that I failed to realize that Suzanne’s telephone set-up would later be useful to me, since my parents and friends assume they need to talk to me in person because I am so difficult to understand on the telephone.

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