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By apparently_disabled / Friday 17 April 2015 06:24 / Canada
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I have asperger's (technically) and nobody would ever know. Frankly, because of people like that nobody usually does know. Fuck those idiots, OP. They don't know the first thing about being human or normal.

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More likely you only notice the obvious ones, and have met many with it who you've never realised. Crazy idea, I know. Also it's spelt in the post you're replying to. Seriously, spellcheck.

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16, not always true. Most people wouldn't say anything because we were always taught it was disrespectful to react to someone with a disability/disabilities and always treat them like people. I sat next to this guy with some sort of very obvious disability who was screaming and moving a couple of times. I never responded and just ignored because I know its something he cant control. He was very kind enough to apologize because he felt like disrespected or disturbed me and I would always tell him

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Wow, crazy that I'm being criticized for a minor typo. I know how to spell it, we all make mistakes. And no, they are obvious. People with autism, Asperger's, etc. can be picked out of a crowd with no problems. Body language is so easy to read that it's not even funny.

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#60... they really aren't ALL obvious, man. Most of them: yes. Every single last one of them: absolutely not.

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#59 that's true, I've had a little handicapped boy walk over and start talking to me while eating the food off of my plate (mum came over to collect him straight away while apologising profusely) just had a chat with little dude, nothing more was said between us than how calamari is octopus. No harm dine so no need to say anything more

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Your ignorance is comical. Aspergers, is more if a social impairment, rather intelligence. And like almost all neurological things, is that they vary in extent greatly. Honestly I see your point, but before you shade your opinion in such a definite manner, maybe fact check it.

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#60 You probably wouldn't know I'm a little Autistic if you didn't know me well. I didn't know I had it for the majority of my life. Though to be fair, it wasn't so much that I didn't show symptoms/characteristics as much as they weren't thought to be because of Aspergers/Autism. It was probably one of the main reasons that I was bullied in Middle School, that my parents get mad at me so often and I have trouble making friends. I act a little weird sometimes and might say or do something inappro

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You should of told them your disability was awesomeness and they wouldn't understand it because they've never had it before.

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Sounds like a line straight outta New Girl. All it needs is some awkward hand motions, facial gestures, and sound effects from Zoe Deschanel.

Maybe you were trying way too hard? just act natural.. theres no need to impress them. They should see the person your fiancé chose :)

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That's not nice of them to say... But be yourself OP Show them the real you and stop trying to impress them... after all...Your finace chose YOU for a reason

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