Community Munchausen's by Internet (Malingerers, Munchies, Spoonies, etc) - Feigning Illnesses for Attention

Kate Farms Shill

Why kill time when you can kill yourself?
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Funny that the website isn’t able to be read by a screen reader on my phone due to all the menu options... but she only cares about accessibility when it affects her personally. Since she’s not low vision she doesn’t care.
:story: :story::story: beautiful. Absolutely fucking beautiful.

Don't worry, I'm sure she'll claim she's low vision now, too! And that your screen reader issue was nowhere near the myriad indignities she's faced with daily!
 

Munchie_Minder

Bringing attention, just not the kind you desire.
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I came across this one with her viral straw restaurant situation. Can someone please clarify how this girl can semi function in life yet can’t
lift a drink off the table/to her mouth without her wrists dislocating? The whole thing just seemed extremely OTT and I had to run the fuck away.
Her whole scenario with that scene was fucking sketchy. She posted it on Twitter but didn’t name the restaurant or anything else and used it as a whole SJW piece about why waitresses don’t need to be the gatekeepers. I am HIGHLY fucking suspicious that any of that happened. Most people with EDS are not going to want to lift a heavy glass (GLASS, not plastic) not because the subluxations can cause wrist pain but they’re just more likely to drop it than anything else, not dislocate a wrist. That’s the biggest issue I’ve heard of. This bitch probably doesn’t have EDS though, with her “mild facet arthropy” though. And even if she did, go to the Dollar Tree, ask to speak to a manager kindly, rant and rave and never go back to that restaurant; but do an anonymous piece on Twitter? Sure.

Edit to Add: The people who claim MCAS and have long haired service dogs and cats and carpet and abuse IV Benny are my favorite.
 
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Munchie_Minder

Bringing attention, just not the kind you desire.
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TFW pasta/fucking rice!!! is an "injury risk"....
TFW paper is a "choking hazard"...
And asking for a straw is "dangerous"...

:story:

Fucking exceptional individuals.
Literal children, someone with dementia, severely developmentally delayed adults. I guess we know which category they belong in.
 

chronicallybullshitting

Munchie BS Detective
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Here’s the latest JanJan fuckstorm

I couldn’t watch it as I couldn’t stand sitting there and watching her not focusing on the road, the thought of knowing she’s not going to crash her car and die in a tragic accident during the video made me lose interest pretty quickly.

Seriously, she needs to learn to focus on the fucking road.

Anyway enjoy:

 

Redandvino

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Literal children, someone with dementia, severely developmentally delayed adults. I guess we know which category they belong in.
Funnily enough, she just got out of a long-term relationship with an autistic. She used a lot of weird language about him that was almost infantilizing in a way and it set a lot of autistic advocates off so then she just referred to him by his name and not “my boyfriend with asperger’s.” and she always made a huge fuss about how he was an aspie and not an autistic. Even though his dx was recent enough that aspergers wasn’t the most correct term.
 

Kate Farms Shill

Why kill time when you can kill yourself?
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Here’s the latest JanJan fuckstorm

I couldn’t watch it as I couldn’t stand sitting there and watching her not focusing on the road, the thought of knowing she’s not going to crash her car and die in a tragic accident during the video made me lose interest pretty quickly.

Seriously, she needs to learn to focus on the fucking road.

Anyway enjoy:

She's going to fucking kill someone. It looks like she's on I-4 which is full of tourists who don't know where they're going and switch lanes erratically to get to their exits. And several doctors have told her not to drive. And she's not watching the damn road.

Jesus christ.
 

Munchie_Minder

Bringing attention, just not the kind you desire.
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She's going to fucking kill someone. It looks like she's on I-4 which is full of tourists who don't know where they're going and switch lanes erratically to get to their exits. And several doctors have told her not to drive. And she's not watching the damn road.

Jesus christ.
That video is horrifying. She seems pretty fucking healthy. No weed, no wheelchair, etc. The idea of her doing more car vlogs appeals to me only because I hope we get to see the footage when she inevitably crashes. But, there are way too many people I love in Orlando to think about her driving around high and blogging.

My favorite part is when she talks about Jaquie’s “autism” being the cause for her needing the second hoodie without a bleach stain.😂
 

suck my pickle

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Here’s the latest JanJan fuckstorm

I couldn’t watch it as I couldn’t stand sitting there and watching her not focusing on the road, the thought of knowing she’s not going to crash her car and die in a tragic accident during the video made me lose interest pretty quickly.

Seriously, she needs to learn to focus on the fucking road.

Anyway enjoy:

good lord she talks about how getting a car mount for her camera will encourage her to "drive and vlog more"

:stress:
 

Ellesse_warrior

ASBO Queen
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Here’s the latest JanJan fuckstorm

I couldn’t watch it as I couldn’t stand sitting there and watching her not focusing on the road, the thought of knowing she’s not going to crash her car and die in a tragic accident during the video made me lose interest pretty quickly.

Seriously, she needs to learn to focus on the fucking road.

Anyway enjoy:

Guess who just jumped to my first place on who's gonna kick the bucket next. The only question is how many innocent people will she take with her when she inevitably crashes because she can't get it into her skull that she needs to watch the road.
 

Kate Farms Shill

Why kill time when you can kill yourself?
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I know illnessfakers has discussed Amanda Marnoff (Ren) of Beads of Strength to death, but her latest attention-seeking attempt is unbelievably funny:
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I like her. She's dumb as fuck and she has no shame or self-awareness. She's only 18 or 19, so I think one day she'll be a Kelly Ronahan level munch.
Holy fuck, this is so bad. Who took that pic Amanda? Cause, I'm thinkin' its your right arm. And why is the IV there? With a bandaid over it? No one would take you to CVS for more appropriate IV dressings?

Edit; Is she laying on paper towels on a leather chair trying to pretend it's the ER? The longer I look at this the more glorious it becomes.
 

Redandvino

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I know illnessfakers has discussed Amanda Marnoff (Ren) of Beads of Strength to death, but her latest attention-seeking attempt is unbelievably funny:
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I like her. She's dumb as fuck and she has no shame or self-awareness. She's only 18 or 19, so I think one day she'll be a Kelly Ronahan level munch.
Is this a phone charger cord with scotch tape and a bandaid?? That’s sure what it looks like, anyways....
 

Crunchy Leaf

cronch
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In the US, preservation and disability access laws are complicated as all hell but there are plenty of ways to skirt them.

At a national level the following laws apply:

The Architectural Barriers Act of 1968 states that if you're using federal funds to build or alter a building it must be accessible and buildings owned by the federal government must be made accessible as determined by the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards. However, there are provisions for historic buildings that would be destroyed by full access. So like a colonial building administered by the national park service doesn't have to be accessible because you would have to completely gut it in order to bring it up to UFAS.

The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 extended that to anyone who is receiving federal funding whether or not that is going towards construction or alteration, but also made provisions where you do not have to meet UFAS if you can provide an alternative. This is kinda where we fell into because we do get some federal funding. We argued that we would move activities off-site to someplace accessible or teleconference with our clients without providing a lesser quality of services and therefore there was no reason it was absolutely necessary that a disabled person access our building.

The big one is the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 which says that all historic buildings that are open to the public whether or not they have federal funding have to be, within reason, as accessible as non-historic buildings. But that "within reason" is really vague and you can argue pretty easily that the building's historic fabric would be destroyed if you made it fully ADA compliant. In these cases, you have to have a consultation with local preservation and disability officials, usually the State Historic Preservation Office and the Office of Disability Services, to come up with solutions and alternatives. This can include a store that offers home delivery/online shopping, an office that will Skype you in if you need to meet with them, etc.

On top of these is a patchwork of state and municipal laws. It's a giant clusterfuck of a headache. For example, where my parents live their municipal law almost forced them to install hand rails on their sweeping front entrance of their private residence because of accessibility issues for the mail carrier. The town was worried because he would have to go up the front steps to reach their mail box or leave a package and that's dangerous without a hand rail. They had to argue that since there's no railing around their porch at all and it wraps around two sides of the house, he could just place the mail and packages on it without having to go near the stairs.

I'd be willing to bet what happened in your case was your building was cleared by ADA compliance because it was too historic to make fully accessible without tearing it down, but then some dumb state or municipal law required a ramp anyway, probably when the entrance was being repaired or replaced. You know, so people in wheelchairs can get up to your front door and be disappointed!

The problem is that the internet weakened things like the ADA. If I can skype in someone from Dubai why do I have to build a ramp so your ass can get in here? If you can order this stuff on my website is it really necessary for you to get into my building? At the same time the internet empowered a bunch of perfectly able-bodied or mildly achy people to buy wheelchairs and identify as disabled and then bellow that THE FUTURE IS ACCESSIBLE!!!! And yes, some of the people who are saying "it would be really nice if I could get into that historic house museum" are actually disabled but the loud ones are the Nina Jeans of the world.

One last OT before I shut the fuck up and move on but I recently went on a tour of historic houses that included interior access to some that were private residences, all arranged by a historic preservation group I belong to. There was a young woman with a service dog there, n/s as to whether it was a real one (although she did seem to have some significant issues) but it behaved super well and didn't ever look stressed, so at the very least it was trained for public access appropriately. At every single house that had interior access this woman asked the owner "would you prefer if the dog stays outside?" and if the owner said yes, she had the person she was traveling with FaceTime the interior portion of the tour for her. I was really worried she was going to be one of those MUH SPOONIE DISABILITY types but nope. She found a workaround. Like a normal person who finds a barrier in this age where you can send information across the internet in real time.

Speaking of Nina Jean and demanding service she doesn't need for a wheelchair she shouldn't be in that she paid for out of pocket, she posted this a while ago and I meant to post it but then the IF bullshit distracted me. Here she is complaining because the railway company employee hasn't arrived early to get her a ramp to get onto her train. IDK about PipPip Cheerio-land but the local railway company here doesn't have a special ramp person. One of the conductors gets off at the stop and puts the bridge plate down if someone in a chair needs to get on or off the train.

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The other day I saw a guy in an electric wheelchair get on the subway without assistance. He entered backwards so the wheelchair could sort of fall into the train. He got off without assistance also. She says she can't do that because the wheels on hers are too big.

That having been said, handicap access on public transit in Europe is significantly worse than in the US. Her blog post says she wasn't allowed on a bus because strollers were taking up the wheelchair spaces--even if she's a faker, that's a problem.

She also writes about elevators not working:
One of the most galling things about lift closures is that often they aren’t because of a breakdown, but a “shortage of staff” to operate the lift in the event of an emergency”.
Can someone from England explain this? Does England still require elevator operators?
 

sootsprite

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This is such a pet hate of mine as well. It ruins historic palaces/stately homes with all the lifts and ramps. Many historic sites already really narrow corridors that a wheelchair user takes up most of the room and ruins the experience for other people. I would also worry about them damaging the floors, which is already a challenge and expensive for many old sites to maintain as it is.
I've heard of some museums with older floorings in old houses and stuff actually having their own special wheelchairs for disabled guests, which won't damage the floors! It's a good middle ground IMO.

I know illnessfakers has discussed Amanda Marnoff (Ren) of Beads of Strength to death, but her latest attention-seeking attempt is unbelievably funny:
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I like her. She's dumb as fuck and she has no shame or self-awareness. She's only 18 or 19, so I think one day she'll be a Kelly Ronahan level munch.
How can she be so dumb as to think anyone will fall for that? She must follow pro-level munchies, and see what actual hospital IV lines and central lines look like. Though I guess she is a borderline sped.
 

pinkbutterfly

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The other day I saw a guy in an electric wheelchair get on the subway without assistance. He entered backwards so the wheelchair could sort of fall into the train. He got off without assistance also. She says she can't do that because the wheels on hers are too big.

That having been said, handicap access on public transit in Europe is significantly worse than in the US. Her blog post says she wasn't allowed on a bus because strollers were taking up the wheelchair spaces--even if she's a faker, that's a problem.

She also writes about elevators not working:

Can someone from England explain this? Does England still require elevator operators?
So I checked and found this http://www.transportforall.org.uk/news/sharp-upsurge-in-tube-lift-closures-due-to-shortages-of-trained-staff.

TL;DR - they require a member of staff present at the station in case there's a fire or emergency so that they can operate the lift in that situation. It's not that they always operate the elevator, but they wouldn't let it run without some oversight, I guess? Edit to add: for context, at most stations the lifts are hardly ever used because there are escalators or stairs instead.

And yes in general, accessibility on the Underground is shit. It has a lot of very old stations, they're underground, and they're small spaces so you can't just stick a lift wherever you like. Something like 20% of them are listed so there would be restrictions on what you can do. There are sizeable gaps between the train & the platform in many stations, there's not even much space on the train for a wheelchair on some lines (the best option I can think of would be placing it near the doors, but you'd be slightly in the way of anyone getting on and off, and Londoners don't like people in their way...). Some stations and lines have been renovated and are probably fine now, but it's a huge expense to do that and can take years.
 

MunchOff

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The other day I saw a guy in an electric wheelchair get on the subway without assistance. He entered backwards so the wheelchair could sort of fall into the train. He got off without assistance also. She says she can't do that because the wheels on hers are too big.

That having been said, handicap access on public transit in Europe is significantly worse than in the US. Her blog post says she wasn't allowed on a bus because strollers were taking up the wheelchair spaces--even if she's a faker, that's a problem.

She also writes about elevators not working:

Can someone from England explain this? Does England still require elevator operators?
So I checked and found this http://www.transportforall.org.uk/news/sharp-upsurge-in-tube-lift-closures-due-to-shortages-of-trained-staff.

TL;DR - they require a member of staff present at the station in case there's a fire or emergency so that they can operate the lift in that situation. It's not that they always operate the elevator, but they wouldn't let it run without some oversight, I guess?

And yes in general, accessibility on the Underground is shit. It has a lot of very old stations, they're underground, and they're small spaces so you can't just stick a lift wherever you like. Something like 20% of them are listed so there would be restrictions on what you can do. There are sizeable gaps between
Yeah this is summed up pretty well.
Re the Nina jean meltdown at the train station England trains don’t keep ramps on the trains. Most train stations have a very high gap. The train station in my town, a disabled person couldn't even cross from one platform to the other until very recently because one side had stairs only into the ticket office. The ramps for the trains are kept at the train station and a staff member has to help them and put the ramp up. If anyone saw Agony Autie train meltdown video it summed that up.

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Lol speaking of her More train meltdowns this time trying to call our virgins ceos. I’m sure Richard branson gives no fucks about you gal.
 
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