The haircut of a man who was diagnosed with autism and whose son adopted him was shaved with a brush to look as though it had been cut by a child.
https://t.co/6YJbJnq0b8 #autisticautism #autismmarch2017 #autisticschool A photo posted by Daniela Zimba (@daniela_zimba) May 16, 2017 10:54:57I was walking down the street with my son when we saw a man standing by a bus stop with a sign that said, “Autistic children welcome”.
I noticed his hair was all different, and that he had a very different haircut.
When I approached him he said he wanted to know if he could take a picture of it.
He was wearing a red wig and a red scarf.
I asked him if he wanted a picture, and he said yes, so I took a picture.
The bus stop had a sign with the words “Autism welcomes” in red on it, and there were some other signs with different messages.
He asked if I could take his picture, but I didn’t think it was worth the risk.
He said he had the same haircut as his son, but his hair had been chopped off and he had to do a haircut with the brush, to look more like him.
I was surprised, as I hadn’t seen anything like this before.
He was asked if he thought he was doing the right thing by shaving his own hair.
I didn, and said that if he had his own children, they would love him.
He said he was happy to shave his own and would try to do the same for them.
I asked him why he was shaving his hair, and when he said his wife was pregnant, I asked if that meant he had decided to take the baby out of the world.
He explained that his wife, who had autism, wanted to live with the baby and they would try their best to help him.
He told me he had no idea what to do with his own kids.
When he grew up, he never thought that his children would be autistic.
I don’t think he ever expected them to grow up with autism, but he felt like he was a pioneer in that area.
It was a big shock, but now that he’s in a better position, he’s happy.
I think he’s doing the best he can.
I wish him the best.
He also told me that he did it for his own benefit.
When we saw the man standing at the bus stop, he asked me if I was interested in a haircut.
I said I would, and I wanted to take his hair.
He gave me a picture as he walked away, and then he walked back to the bus station, and the man waved at me and said, ‘Hi, Daniela.
I want to shave your hair.
We have a baby.’
I told him I had no intention of shaving my own hair, but when I met him he told me I could do it.