We all lose touch with reality sometimes, telling ourselves we'll have "one cookie" (impossible), or that the emotionally available guy will text back "when he has time" (he won't). But for some people, self-delusion isn't just a temporary lapse in judgement—it's a way of life.
1.) From CathNelson:
I will never forget the man who angrily told me, a wheelchair user with no feet and no prosthetics, to go down the stairs if I didn’t want to wait for the elevator (I had been talking to my friend, and mentioned we were going to be a little late because of the huge line).
2.) From Back2Bach: