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Obsessions and Interests
If you're on the Autism spectrum, there's a good chance you have an obsession or special interest. Use this forum to talk about it with others.
I love watching series and movies, a lot. I'm a sponge for knowledge of all kinds (and random facts that are pretty useless) and love watching shows with medical, (pseudo)scientific, or historical subjects.
What gets me every time is when a show gets something wrong. Either a fact, or the pronunciation of a word. This annoys me to the point where I can't help but comment on this (which is delightful for whoever happens to be watching with me) and I have to grab my trusty phone to find out whether I'm indeed right where the show isn't. I'm incredibly satisfied whenever I can confirm that I'm right and the show got it wrong. Bit of a superiority complex there, I guess? When I turn out to be right though, and it's an informative show, I immediately lose interest because they can't be bothered to check their facts. Which is really annoying when watching shows with someone else, as I'll either start fiddling with my...