Oh, totally. I mean they’ve promoted her prob over people with two arms, who might be better at the job, i.e. holding up paintings of twirlywoos that Olivia, 4, from Stourbridge has done, but I’m all for it.
There was a kid at our school with a Stump Arm, and cos I’d never seen a Stump Arm, I found it Quite Funny. And he was always a bit off balance, so we used to spend Quite A Lot of our school days pushing him over, which is Bad. But now, right, kids today if they saw a stump arm, they would just think, Oh, a Stump Arm, that’s quite normal. This is a normal person, except prob they hold paintings crooked, but that’s ok too. Which is Progress.