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27 Jul 2017, 1:04 am

I'm not fond of kumbaya and good vibes.


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27 Jul 2017, 10:14 am

komamanga wrote:
But I trust my nose the most when it comes to food, better than having to spit or throw up later on. I mostly eat really simple, mostly few ingredient meals as I'm on the hyper end of sensitive.


I think we all have our sensory cross to carry. I can eat a lot of things even typical people aren't ready to from a taste point of view, but I go down stairs like a granny because my proprioceptive and vestibular sense are totally screwy. :roll:

I'd love to give Turkish food a try.



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27 Jul 2017, 10:19 am

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If there was a button you could push that ended your life , I'd have pushed it close to 5000 times by now.


I can sympathise with that feeling even though right now for me that feeling is historical. But if you find that button, I for one will be sad because I enjoy your input on the forums. You add something.



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27 Jul 2017, 2:16 pm

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If there was a button you could push that ended your life , I'd have pushed it close to 5000 times by now.

MY life???

what did i ever do to you??!?


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27 Jul 2017, 2:39 pm

FromPluto wrote:
I'd love to give Turkish food a try.


You should! It's the only good thing about the country lol.

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MY life???

what did i ever do to you??!?


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30 Jul 2017, 7:19 pm

most people here have jobs, maybe friends or even partners.
i don't know how to interact with people.


i don't exactly know why outgoing people love to say they are not social even celebrities nowadays love to claim they are not social.

i'm different. im mentally not designed/wasn't meant to interact with people at all.

i can't work.

i have never had a friend and of course i can't be in a relationship.

when i interact anonymously/online, i feel like i cause problems. people think i am strange and mean rude even when im in my comfort zone behind my computer screen i fail miserably. that's why i learned to be even more careful when it comes to being overly friendly with strangers on the internet, so no one can hurt me i hurt no one!


i also can be very closed-minded. i don't accept a lot of things that annoy me.



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30 Jul 2017, 7:23 pm

im also financially dependent on my parents, but i live alone since 2015



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30 Jul 2017, 7:46 pm

I get the concepts, I could understand it and feel it.
I could even know how it'll apply, how it could be relevant or not.
I'd still know the possibilities... Or it's impossibilities.
I could have my mind conjure images and sounds of it -- even other senses are involve, I could conjure them. How it'll happen, and how it won't.
Any dimensions of whatever it was, I know it exists.

Yet I forget what it is called -- written and spoken. I'd end up describing it instead of knowing the word itself until no longer momentarily forgotten it, or have it hear or read it again.
Or maybe I didn't knew what it was called to begin with -- heck, it took me more than a DECADE to find out what one of my focus of special interest is called. What more if it isn't?


That's how my processing IS when it comes to language. That's how unreliable words are to me. :skull: I'd likely remember the grammar and context than the vocabulary, spelling, and pronunciation. And it doesn't only apply on the word I'm supposed to try to recall what it'll called -- I'll also forget what it is called to describe it, even if I could perceive it, feel it, know scenarios for it... :x Was this confusing??


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To any human constantly perceives gamble, would mean prone to anxiety towards uncertainty. But being prone to the exposures of uncertainty doesn't mean always become nor would always stay anxious. Therefore, autism is NOT anxiety.
Autism AND anxiety, makes said constant constant uncertainty perceived into a high stake gamble.

And that, is the difference.

If there is no split between that; it would only mean ALL humans have anxiety. Only hidden and sheltered by certainty, apathy, or pleasure -- to be renamed it as simple as 'culture shock' or as fundamental as 'fear of unknown'.


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31 Jul 2017, 11:25 am

I have a really, really low tolerance for pain.



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31 Jul 2017, 12:15 pm

My name has legally been changed twice. The first time was because my mom changed her mind shortly after I was born and the second time was because I couldn't pronounce my first name or my middle name due to me being unable to say the letter "R" without it sounding like a "W". This happened shortly after I turned 18.


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31 Jul 2017, 2:51 pm

When I was a child, I used to look directly into the sun and the laser pointer as long as I could, as often as I could, because I thought I needed to be blind.



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31 Jul 2017, 5:32 pm

My first language was German. I learned English at age six and Spanish in high school. I tried learning Serbian and Russian, but they are hard languages to learn.



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01 Aug 2017, 8:18 am

I'm currently in the process of creating a language. It's gonna be a long process because I keep getting distracted from it.


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01 Aug 2017, 11:49 am

I love chubby rats with pink noses. I think they look like little John Banners.


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01 Aug 2017, 12:14 pm

the guy in my avatar is also a sweet pea in my opinion.

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