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  1. G

    Autistic people & waffles?

    I've been meaning to ask, a couple of months ago, I saw Autistic people elsewhere online joking about how we like waffles or something; is that true or accurate?
  2. Joshua the Writer


    You read the title. Go nuts. To start us off:
  3. C

    A really embarrassing conversation...

    maybe someone may get a laugh out of this. Sooo casually sitting with my husband and Mother in law (who is VERY Catholic, and why that's important will soon be obvious) and I turn to my husband, Josh and say " will you wrap me up in a blanket like a burrito?" Trying and failing to be all...
  4. EstimatedProphet

    Told a friend about my AS today & thought of funny analogy...

    "You're familiar with those 'mirror' sunglasses? Socially speaking, it's like I've been running around my whole life wearing a pair of mirror sunglasses, but the mirrors are on the inside of the lenses instead of the outside."
  5. 2/3RDS

    Aspergers Jokes? Communication enablers or beyond the pale?

    The world seems seriously short of Aspergers jokes. Laughing AT Aspies seems common in the wider media with the infamous 'sheldonitis' skewing things but are there any good Aspergers jokes that illuminate the condition to the NT's out there without making us look dumb?
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