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neurotypicals habbits

  1. M

    Neurotypicals mutually accepting apparently contradicting thoughts

    For example, if their reason for (not) saying, doing or believing something mutually contradicts with some (other) belief of theirs. Another example is mutually accepting that all men are mortal and Apollo is a man, given that Apollo is immortal. They can accept that A equals B and B equals C...
  2. SalanaEiyungAisis

    What does 20-something neurotypicals do, for fun and social time?

    ''My sister is right...I must break out of my shell, somehow...But what does a 20-something neurotypical adult do for fun? What's in?'' I know, that, perhaps, many of you here love to spend your time mostly alone, but, for those of you who have a rather good social life, can you please tell me...
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