The most fun you've ever had recently

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shortfatbalduglyman
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14 Aug 2017, 12:53 pm

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@Shortfatbalduglyman: I can relate, I like psychotherapy too tho sometimes remembering stuff makes me sad/scared/angry.

@Justkillingme: I can relate to that too; I love love LOVE looking at apartments and pricing them on Kijiji, imagining going and living in a bigger place. But for now I'm staying where I am, and I like it; I have my own little place that all my stuff fits in and even more will fit in.

Oh, and by the way, I had a lot of fun with my friends in the common room where I live tonight, just drinking too much coffee and making crude jokes and laughing at ourselves and others in the house.

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Some counselors sometimes make it easier to cope with sadness fear or anger

Thus far the current counselor is splendid

But all it takes is one bad or wrong statement and it could all go haywire

The previous counselor just asked "how does that make you feel?"

Glad she asked, but got the impression that she had no clue what she was doing

What, if anything, she was doing :D


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14 Aug 2017, 2:11 pm

I went shopping with my best friends from high school and one of my friends works at the shop and we got a discount on the clothes, it was a great day.

That happened a few weeks ago.



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14 Aug 2017, 2:14 pm

Looking through Ebay and finding interesting stuff 8)


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14 Aug 2017, 3:02 pm

I recently ran into a horrible, HORRIBLE narcissist, who I used to know, but because I, like alot of other ASDers, have Face Blindness, I didn't recognize him----and, I hope it KILLED him (not literally), cuz it sure was FUN, for ME; and, right up there in the "ultimate revenge" category!! LOL











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14 Aug 2017, 5:11 pm

Ain't got no precious lil "friends"

No job

No $$

Socially awkward

Exhausted usually

So methods of having fun drastically limited



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15 Aug 2017, 2:09 am

playing lots of board games this summer
playing Dragon Quest a lot the last week or so


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16 Aug 2017, 7:56 pm

Competing in a speech contest in Toastmasters-and winning! I was so excited!



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16 Aug 2017, 11:13 pm

Dean and I went to Barb's place for dinner. We had pork chops, potatoes and peas. :D :P


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17 Aug 2017, 9:20 am

Sounds like a yummy dinner, CockneyRebel!



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17 Aug 2017, 2:25 pm

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Competing in a speech contest in Toastmasters-and winning! I was so excited!

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A couple years ago went to a toastmasters meeting. Someone told me that I was "brave"

But now I am too lazy and cowardly to go back

But at Toastmasters, the grammarian issues fines for grammatical errors.

The fines are small. Like ten cent fine for making a grammar mistake

But small fines add up

And I do not wanna go back

Because I am too lazy to improve myself

Although it could help me with what remains of my "life"