How entirely glorious

A woman with no legs who uses a wheelchair was a contestant on the Price is Right, but it doesn’t look like she’ll be using her winnings any time soon.

Danielle Perez, of Los Angeles, won a treadmill on Monday’s episode of the famed game show and she managed to handle the awkward situation with grace and hilarity.

Perez, who lost her legs in an accident in 2004, posted a photo of herself on the show to Twitter with the caption, ‘When you win a treadmill on national TV but you have no feet’.

Both the
event itself and her reaction.

Fair play Ms. Perez, fair play there.

9 comments on “How entirely glorious

  1. She is truly #notavictim to be so graceful about it, no harm meant, none taken.

    Very refreshing when one sees so many people seeking out offence to raise themselves to victim status.

  2. Fair play to her, but it shows how far we’ve come that this is thought to be newsworthy or praiseworthy.

  3. Have to keep our eyes on Twatter. There’s bound to be someone suggesting she checks her privilege.

  4. It’s all fun and games now but wait until she admits to being a Republican, then the SJWs will announce that she’s not really legless.

  5. We have to widen corridors for wheelchair users. So widen treadmills too!

  6. If you bungeed her chair to the console, got a good-sized pedestal fan and then wound the treadmill up to full whack she could simulate free-wheeling downhill.

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