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  1. L

    Are you a literal?

    I started reading when I was 4yo. When I was little, I like Polly Pocket dolls a lot. I had a Polly Pocket dvd, where I learn the meaning of "literal meaning", cause Polly said "not literally" on the movie and I asked my mom the meaning. I loved to read stories with a lot of metaphors. My aunt...
  2. Daydreamer

    How are you with sarcasm?

    Personally, although I can be sarcastic, I'm quite bad at detecting when other people use it. However, I'm not completely blind to sarcasm. I think part-sighted to sarcasm would be a more accurate description. Usually it helps if I know what someone's thoughts are to whatever they are being...
  3. A

    Irony and sarcasm

    Is it possible for an aspie to understand sarcasm and irony? I think I'm an aspie. But I can understand irony and sarcasm. No aspie can understand irony and sarcasm? Sorry for my English, I'm Brazilian.
  4. Katleya

    The anti-résumé: name a weird task or skill your ASD could grant you

    I came across a "pointless data broker" in a post (courtesy of @Full Steam), and that's inspired me to write a crazy résumé (or CV for our non-US based friends), in the vein of things I would write if I were brutally honest about my quirkiest abilities. My lifetime experience as an Aspie makes...
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