12 Awkward Things You Can Do (&SAY) Because You Have Diabetes

  1. “I’m super high right now.” [inserts weird looks and stares]

    T SWIZ FOUND ON: http://www.teen.com/2012/08/22/im-bored/funny-celebrity-gifs-demi-lovato-cory-monteith/
  2. Shooting up insulin in a public place forgetting that it looks a lot like hardcore drugs (but we all do it just to see the reactions people have).

    Image found on: http://www.buzzfeed.com/cassiel15/ten-things-only-type-one-diabetics-will-understand-nwib#.toPNlJDLZ
  3. Cutting people in line because of the urgency to pee and just yelling, “I’M DIABETIC!!!”

    Image found on: https://www.wattpad.com/166905871-snapchat-michael-clifford-au-thirty-three-i-need
  4. The word, “strip” becomes an acceptable everyday term. 
  5. You can casually eat sugar because it’s totally normal at this point.

    Found on: http://www.hungrymeetshealthy.com/friday-five-5/
  6. Constantly flashing your stomach in order to take shots or to put in a new site.
  7. Licking your blood. (you’ve all done it, don’t lie to me)

    Gif found on: http://www.teen.com/2013/10/03/television/the-vampire-diaries/vampire-diaries-season-5-gifs/
  8. Buying any type of dress or any type of skirts with pockets to put in your pump.

    Found off of http://perezhilton.com/tag/little_rock/
  9. Always having food on you. No matter where you are in the world.

    Found off the article 12 Way To Make Yourself Happy When You’re Feeling Low (http://www.indipepper.com/palak-rana/12-ways-to-make-yourself-happy-when-you-are-feeling-low/)
  10. “I take drugs so that I can’t get high.”
  11. “NICK JONAS AND I ARE DIA-SIBLINGS. WE NEED TO SUPPORT EACH OTHER DO YOU UNDERSTAND?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!!??!??!???!”
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  12. Swinging your pump around like its a tail because you can because yeah, diabetes.Cover Image found on the blog http://adiabeticsviewofkilimanjaro.blogspot.com/

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A Type 1 Diabetic teen that was introduced into the world of diabetes on November 11th, 2008. I continue to walk through the path of life even in this carbohydrate and plastic infected world. Follow me while I deal with diabetes, art, and environmental issues.

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