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    (Original post by *Star*Guitar*)
    Yes? You're the one doing psychology, care to give a better response? Either way, there's a screw loose somewhere if somebody acts like that.
    It doesn't take a Psych degree to know that diagnosing a someone you've never met based on a vague description on an online forum with a severe developmental disorder is a stupid and futile exercise.
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    (Original post by Maniachris)
    for example he randomly kicked this innocent hedgehog to death a few months ago whilst laughing :eek: .
    And you let him? :nope:
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    Sorry, but I've helped many kids with special needs because my brother has them, and just cos a kid is a **** doesn't make him autistic. Do you actually know what autism is or have you just heard it on the news?


    I really think this thread could cause trouble, I mean no offence, I understand your concern, but who are you to judge? if you don't like the way he acts don't associate yourself with him.
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    Sociopath.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    It doesn't take a Psych degree to know that diagnosing a someone you've never met based on a vague description on an online forum with a severe developmental disorder is a stupid and futile exercise.
    The OP asked "Anyone know whether this is typical of some kind of behavioural disorder? I'm asking this because he really gets on my nerves and comes across as a very unlikeable person sometimes."
    If I want to answer, I'll answer, I don't give a **** whether you think my post is stupid or a waste of time, thanks.

    (Original post by Jellynubbin)
    Sorry, but I've helped many kids with special needs because my brother has them, and just cos a kid is a **** doesn't make him autistic. Do you actually know what autism is or have you just heard it on the news?.
    Yeah, I've had to hang around with a kid with several problems, autism being one, and I know enough about it not to be posting on mostly ignorance.
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    (Original post by *Star*Guitar*)

    Yeah, I've had to hang around with a kid with several problems, autism being one, and I know enough about it not to be posting on mostly ignorance.
    Goodstuff, cos last time I heard hedgehog squishing wasn't the latest way to diagnose
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    (Original post by *Star*Guitar*)
    If I want to answer, I'll answer, I don't give a **** whether you think my post is stupid or a waste of time, thanks.
    Then be prepared for people to point out when your posts are stupid and a waste of time; don't cry about it.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Then be prepared for people to point out when your posts are stupid and a waste of time; don't cry about it.
    You should know, since you've been on TSR long enough to know, what the H&R threads are like - be prepared to post a lot of the **** you have to me, to many other replies from H&R queries. You're the one who'll be wasting more time.
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    (Original post by *Star*Guitar*)
    You should know, since you've been on TSR long enough to know, what the H&R threads are like - be prepared to post a lot of the **** you have to me, to many other replies from H&R queries. You're the one who'll be wasting more time.
    I'm sorry I hurt your feelings. Please continue with your uneducated and uninformed diagnosing of strangers, doctor.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    I'm sorry I hurt your feelings. Please continue with your uneducated and uninformed diagnosing of strangers, doctor.
    :congrats: hope you're feeling better now you've got all that **** off your chest. Now please don't feel the sad urge to reply, I think you've got your point across on an internet forum for chrissake, hopefully its not the most charitable of things you've done today, because I wouldn't feel better about any of this if I were you.
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    Jeez, I agree with Godspeedghenna. Saying the guy's autistic is stupid; it's more likely he's had a bad upbringing.
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    Right there's this friend of mine and he seems to have part of his brain missing at times.
    He doesn't seem to have any empathy atall and wont show any unless it's to his advantage, for example he randomly kicked this innocent hedgehog to death a few months ago whilst laughing . He also tries to run over animals whilst driving , and when this boy died that knows loads of people in our town he just made loads of jokes about it, he also asked me the other day 'would you even care if you stole someone's wallet?', he also tried to steal his best mate's girlfriend. He also likes to bully people when he's infront of others (maybe he thinks it'll gain him respect?). If he meets friend's of his friends, he'll say horrible things about his friends so that they'll lose their friends(sorry if that's confusing).

    Another thing is that he doesn't seem to understand forms of slapstick humour and he's like 'whaaat that's stupid' and he always questions you if you do anything that might be seen as strange, as if he's very unsecure about everything.

    Anyone know whether this is typical of some kind of behavioural disorder? I'm asking this because he really gets on my nerves and comes across as a very unlikeable person sometimes.
    Yeah man this guy seems like a psychopath. search PCL-R on google and see if he fits the score. apparently 1 in 100 people are psychopaths or have psychopathic tendencies..
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    Why are you friends with this a-hole!!!??? He kicked an innocent animal to death. He must be some sort of in-bred degenerate.
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    sounds like a ****
    the poor hedgehog!!!!
 
 
 
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