Proof that aspies can have successful relationships

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09 Sep 2011, 1:13 am

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Me and my boyfriend have been together for four months and in september we will have known each other for a year. We both have have aspergers and we get along great he is my best friend and a wonderful partner. We have so much fun together. I love him so much and don't want any one else but him. :heart: :heart:


"FUN" :?


Stop your goddamn whining. once again: You don't have to read this stuff.



Seriously Aussiebloke, you're being quite rude. Not cool. :/


Hardly it was a dig at myself, I'm not at all familiar with this fun concepts nor am I willing to learn I'm at the age where you can't teach this dog new tricks from my observation fun for people around my age includes:



1.Drinking copious amounts of alcohol and making an ass of yourself extra points shall be given for a bar brawl and or jail time.





2. Going to overpriced theme parks while blissfully (ignorance is bliss) mindlessly cheering to frightened and dispirited animals , extra points are given if you chow down $22 misery burger yes meat is misery and murder , I guess I need to accept humans being humans they put their very very minor interests (pleasing a palate) ahead of the major interests of animals (stay alive and be free from pain and suffering I guess that's what being human is all about.







3."Shopping sprees" 100's of dollars (extra points shall be given if it's in the 1000's) on overpriced branded clothing which will go out of fashion tomorrow.







This is one of the many reasons I can never have a GF :D which suits me just fine, I thought I was surrounded by rational people whatever do you hope to achieve ? Will it change you? or make you a better person? why would you want a coning, controlling costly money pit in your life who's only likely to take you away from special interests,?

Why are we even entertaing the possibility it's akin to putting Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and a PS3 in a room , ie nothing much can come out of it it , or more than likely end up in tears ( gold digger for the men) and a nut job for the women.

Worst of all you need become dependent and trusting of some one why would you do such a thing ? have you not learned your lessons that nobody can be trusted I trust no one you'd be wise to do likewise.


Aren't you just a little ball of joy? You're pretty much the reason I hate hanging out with autistic people. None of you know how to have fun and hate everything normal.


May I just remind fellow WPers not to bite this trolling hook? AmyF will soon be banned if she continues like this.

AmyF, it is against the TOS to provoke and belittle other members.



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09 Sep 2011, 2:16 am

I have been 5 years with my girlfriend, 2 living together, and we are happy, we just sometimes have to solve some problems that may or may not be produced by my symptoms.

So yeah, Aspies can have sucessfull relationships, although physical aspect can be an important issue.



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11 Sep 2011, 10:09 am

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Aspy men can have successful relationships if they're good-looking or rich. I'm neither.


Why do you guys assume that all women want are rich and good-looking men? You guys must be looking at the wrong women. :/


I'm very wrong.


Um...okay? *confused face*


How is that confusing? OK, I mean I want a good looking rich man. As Marilyn Monroe said...a rich man is as attractive as a pretty girl. I think it's less shallow to like someone who is rich, because it's security as well.



Let me guess, you think you are as beautiful as Marilyn Monroe. Another metaphysics?

Why often pretty girls (or the self-proclaimed 'pretty' girls) have this belief that they deserve only good-looking rich men?

and you can't really say it's "less shallow", if wealth means security, beauty also means fertility ;).



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11 Sep 2011, 10:14 am

I don't see that AmyF person as doing anything wrong personally. It was a generalisation about autistic people but she probably meant butthurt autistic people.



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11 Sep 2011, 10:30 am

smudge wrote:
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Aspy men can have successful relationships if they're good-looking or rich. I'm neither.


Why do you guys assume that all women want are rich and good-looking men? You guys must be looking at the wrong women. :/


I'm very wrong.


Um...okay? *confused face*


How is that confusing? OK, I mean I want a good looking rich man. As Marilyn Monroe said...a rich man is as attractive as a pretty girl. I think it's less shallow to like someone who is rich, because it's security as well.



Let me guess, you think you are as beautiful as Marilyn Monroe. Another metaphysics?

Why often pretty girls (or the self-proclaimed 'pretty' girls) have this belief that they deserve only good-looking rich men?

and you can't really say it's "less shallow", if wealth means security, beauty also means fertility ;).


Well, I like the way I look and think I'm pretty. I don't appear pretty to most people though - so I assume I'm not pretty. I can't help but like good-looking rich men. :P Especially when they have received pronunciation *dribbles*.

I dunno, beautiful people can't be more fertile. Or do you just class beauty in this case as a young woman who is a healthy/under weight?


Oh, so you're not pretty to most (aka, not pretty) yet you still want a good-looking rich man, your life gonna be lonely, tsk tsk or you would end up with a regular guy totally unsatisfied. Either way, you're cursed.

There's a correlation between what men perceive as feminine beauty and fertility, there are plenty of studies about this out there.



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11 Sep 2011, 10:37 am

i want a good looking, financially stable man too, why is that a bad thing again? :?
(maybe not conventionally good looking btw, just attractive to me)



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11 Sep 2011, 10:39 am

There is nothing wrong with wanting a man who makes a go of his life. I am often attracted to rich men, but NOT because they are rich. It's just a by product of their likeable personality and intelligence.



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11 Sep 2011, 10:44 am

There's a big difference between financially stable and rich.



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11 Sep 2011, 11:01 am

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i want a good looking, financially stable man too, why is that a bad thing again? :?
(maybe not conventionally good looking btw, just attractive to me)


Financially stable and an attractive man is nice for me too. I don't have a conventional view on what's attractive but whatever. :P



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11 Sep 2011, 11:03 am

emlion wrote:
i want a good looking, financially stable man too, why is that a bad thing again? :?
(maybe not conventionally good looking btw, just attractive to me)


Finally someone has the balls (ovaries? lol) to admit it. This is what most decent looking women at that current age want in a man. Also; charisma, confidence, education, and a social life.

This is why I am screwed because lack all of those things, and I am so inferior to the average man.



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11 Sep 2011, 11:05 am

MR20 wrote:
emlion wrote:
i want a good looking, financially stable man too, why is that a bad thing again? :?
(maybe not conventionally good looking btw, just attractive to me)


Finally someone has the balls (ovaries? lol) to admit it. This is what most decent looking women at that current age want in a man. Also; charisma, confidence, education, and a social life.


eh, he can not have a social life - i want him to stay at home with me all the time. :lol: :wink:
& yes confidence is key for me. - not 'alpha' male arrogance, but subtle confidence.
i can't help it, i just adore that quiet confidence some people have (probably because i don't have it).



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11 Sep 2011, 11:32 am

hale_bopp wrote:
There is nothing wrong with wanting a man who makes a go of his life. I am often attracted to rich men, but NOT because they are rich. It's just a by product of their likeable personality and intelligence.

My experience meeting rich people is that they are very snobby & believe that they are better than the poor because they are successful & they tend to be unintelligent but got where they were because of their families had money & paid for em to go to fancy expensive schools where they made connections instead of studied


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11 Sep 2011, 12:53 pm

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nick007, I know what you mean, but some (especially middle class) people can be more accepting. And their manners can be better too.

Your rite about that but I didn't know we were talking about the middle class here. I think of the upper class when I hear the word rich; I think of people like business executives, politicians, lawyers, doctors ect


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