The Internet Can’t Be Trusted With Apple’s New Handicap Emojis

Leave it to the Internet to ruin a good thing. Tide Pods, cinnamon, naming Mountain Dew flavors, and now Apple’s proposed new emojis that give representation to those with a disability. It sounds like a great idea that should have happened a while ago, in a perfect world. Yet, we do not live in a perfect world. Instead, we live in the darkest timeline, where no one can be trusted to act the least bit decent. Take this bonkers Facebook comment that Twitter user @iNabberTV found.
Jesus, Bev. She’s not the only one who’s straying from God’s light, either.
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Before you slowly close your laptop and walk into the woods to live the rest of your days removed from the Internet as a self-exiled hermit, know that a lot of people are excited about these emojis for actual representation in an age where that is increasingly more important.
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Not to mention, the service dog emoji is so good. Just look at the lil guy, so proud and doing his job.
Maybe this planet isn’t doomed after all.