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By happytuckerhappy - / Tuesday 30 December 2015 00:41 / United States - Chandler
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By  Futacy  |  29

In times like this, the "block" button is your best friend. As well as the "report" button, and also the occasional police call or restraining order if it ever comes down to that.

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By  Futacy  |  29

In times like this, the "block" button is your best friend. As well as the "report" button, and also the occasional police call or restraining order if it ever comes down to that.

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  tonyfan00  |  33

I got it too...and autism. I've heard people with similar diagnosis call themselves special, but this is pretty damn overboard. Sorry OP. Like all people with disorders out their, you're always gonna get a few that are "off their rocker".

By  Dave_Davington  |  26

Check your awkward privilege.

By  kwyk  |  23

Sounds awkward.

By  ihartmytdi  |  23

It's common for people with Aspergers to further develop issues with communication as they age (assuming he isn't a kid). It doesn't excuse his threats, but I wouldn't let him deter you from your pursuit. Maybe try a crack at another website, but don't give up from one bad experience!

By  betweenwinds  |  18

Ish. What's awkward is the fact that someone actually contested that. There'll be other opportunities, don't worry! In cases like these, the best thing you can do is find a way to ignore them, keep your head up, and move on. As a side note, that particular fellow just has a touch of the Special Snowflake Syndrome. Not all people with Asperger's are like that - he's in the minority. Most are wonderful, kind people and many of them aren't awkward at all.

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  bardo264  |  17

Thank you. I have asperger and I can tell you, everybody has the right to be awkward. It's not a privilig, it's something you can't controll, therefor his statement is complete bullshit. Btw English isn't my first language, so excuse any spelling mistaces I made, thank you.

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  xxreikoxx  |  30

Don't be crude, #27.

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He wasn't being crude, he was telling him that he had no reason to be concerned about having made spelling mistakes, since he only made one and it was an easy mistake to make if English isn't your first language. He was being kind.

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  bluebari  |  17

I totally agree with this. I have aspergers and I don't act that way. I have seen so many fmls and comments that have made it seem like people with aspergers are complete assholes. The fact is that most of us really aren't.

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