So I have a video for you. It's subtle. Lets see if you can figure out what's pissing me off:
I know it seems like nothing, but I was trying to get by on the sidewalk and there was a table full of girls in the way. These girls were 16ish so not children. I just sat there waiting for them to move their extra chair. None of them moved or looked at me. It was like I was invisible. Finally my aide moved the chair after it was obvious that they were not going to be of any use. This annoyance is obviously not huge, but it happens many times a day. It gets old.
Now it seems like people either ignore me entirely or get a little too close for comfort. There is rarely a "normal" encounter. By normal I mean just your standard "Oh, excuse me," or "Hi, how are you?" or even, "Would you like milk in your coffee?" The funnier thing would be if people treated me like everyone else they might realise that I am indeed just like everyone else.