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  • So how are the tattoos going ? Have you got any new ones as of late ?
    ksheehan88
    ksheehan88
    For me personally no, I find it irritating. But it works for lots of people
    The Great Gayspie
    The Great Gayspie
    Fair enough. so where on your body would you recommend someone like me, a first timer, get their first tattoo ?
    ksheehan88
    ksheehan88
    Don't go for your hands/feet/inner arm/ribs. I would say start on your upper arm. But it is different for everyone, where one person finds it tolerable another would find it agonising.
    "I don't appreciate your unemployed genes in my grandchildren, JERRY, but life is made of little concessions."
    Marcus
    Marcus
    Look around you, Morty. Do you really think this *burps* world is real? You'd have to be an idiot not to notice all the sloppy details.
    Be honest - but not too honest, because that annoys me - but if I find out you aren't being honest I will be annoyed - ???? People...
    Judge
    Judge
    I've found that in business matters being too honest can create conditions to be used against you. For sure, never tell your insurer more than they need to know.
    Don't be so angry at neurotypicals. They only understand what they are taught - which is basically that autism is a disease. <---- Because we don't own the education in this world I guess.
    Officially diagnosed Asperger Syndrome
    Kirsty
    Kirsty
    Good to hear. Had my assessment and I don’t have AS. It’s confusing me now. Oh well.
    ksheehan88
    ksheehan88
    Did they say whether they thought it could be something else? My psychologist said she had a couple of theories to begin with but as we spoke more and more she crossed each off until she came to the AS diagnosis
    Kirsty
    Kirsty
    It was confirmed I am not neurotypical but in between NT and ASD. They are still in the process of putting things together. Definitely not bipolar. The whole thing is quite overwhelming, to be honest. Part of me wishes I didn’t go, but I’ll be fine.
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