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    thanks text eva!! I think he is realy mild, otherwise wouldn't he have mentioned somethin gon the training day?
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    (Original post by shushimeng)
    yes i know u did, and don't stop trying
    I am getting better, slowly.
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    (Original post by wiwarin_mir)
    I am getting better, slowly.
    yeah i can see that
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    yeah i can see that

    by the time I am 90, I should just about be normal.
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    in all fairness other people without AS do have the same prblem, I know, I cannot get jokes, and look really stupid when i'm like, no, and get het up just to find out they were joking!!
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    by the time I am 90, I should just about be normal.
    LOL hope it will come to u soon
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    From other people expericane would you say that with autism and AS that there is a "growing out of it" aspect, I know that there are adults with it but it seems to be more children, I mean of course the milder forms not the sevre forms.

    No probs, historyhoney, he could just be really really shy and get "mind blocky" that happens, again he could have a mild AS. One cannot tell online.
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    by the time I am 90, I should just about be normal.
    Who's 'normal' anyway?!
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    yeah, I wouldn't have thought into it if it wasn't for the no at the start, but still, I'm not bothered either way, just if he does have it, I will try to be direct and not make jokes to make him feel uncomfortable!
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    Who's 'normal' anyway?!
    Well, normality is tribble
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    (Original post by wiwarin_mir)
    Well, normality is tribble
    Tribble? :confused:
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    Well, normality is tribble
    I agree
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    Tribble? :confused:
    Oh yes, my latest obsession is with the word tribble.
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    Oh yes, my latest obsession is with the word tribble.
    Can you explain tribble?
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    tribble??
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    Can you explain tribble?
    A tribble is a small ball of fur that purs when you stroke it and is born pregnant.
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    completly with you....
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    (Original post by historyhoney)
    completly with you....
    Well, it does link to my star trek obsession. right now I have a DS9 tee-shirt on.
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    could do, well, keep posting thoughts, I'll ppick them up tomoz as I'm floating off to sleep now!
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    (Original post by wiwarin_mir)
    Well, it does link to my star trek obsession. right now I have a DS9 tee-shirt on.

    Oh THOSE tribbles! /knew she'd heard it before....

    wait those are normal?
 
 
 
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