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AlgebraAddict 12-28-2012 12:23 PM

Okay, so update....

I'M WRITING AGAIN!!!!!!


The fourth chappie of Agent Platypus is doing fine. The third chapter got written and posted, although that one kind of sucked.

Bex 12-28-2012 03:19 PM

It really frustrates me how people keep on saying they want Aspergers, without actually understanding it. Because of my Asperges I had to change schools because my Asperges sensory problem meant that I couldn't comply to the uniform regulations. I can't wear socks, because it makes me so uncomfortable that I scream and cry and kick and pretty much turn into a three year old who didn't get what they want. Same pretty much goes for jeans and short and most shirts. When I was little I had long hair but I had to cut it because it was too uncomfortable to tie it up but I had to for school, and I constantly got mistaken for a boy. Literally. I walked into the girls bathroom one day and the girls all screamed at me and told me I was a stupid pervert because they thought I was a boy. Also, my asperges sensory used to stop me writing. Before I had a computer, I had to write all my stories by hand, and I never finished one because I find it extremely uncomfortable to hold a pencil, because I have this thing about my hands having to be even, same with my legs and arms and waist and shoulders and feet and ankles. People actually realised this at school and constantly poke my sides, because they know I'll always poke the other side because its uncomfortable without doing so. And it actually hurts. Because they all poke in the same place, on my upper arm, and I have two very dark bruises on my arms. Even my "friends" do it, and they find it fucking funny to hurt me for their entertainment. One time I got angry and pushed one of them away from me, and she screamed at me and told me I was mean and horrible for trying to fucking hurt her. Which I was not. Its called self defense, you stupid bitch!
So yeah, in short, Asperges has pretty much destroyed my life.
Rant over.

cheezemziez 12-28-2012 03:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Bex (Post 391873)
It really frustrates me how people keep on saying they want Aspergers, without actually understanding it. Because of my Asperges I had to change schools because my Asperges sensory problem meant that I couldn't comply to the uniform regulations. I can't wear socks, because it makes me so uncomfortable that I scream and cry and kick and pretty much turn into a three year old who didn't get what they want. Same pretty much goes for jeans and short and most shirts. When I was little I had long hair but I had to cut it because it was too uncomfortable to tie it up but I had to for school, and I constantly got mistaken for a boy. Literally. I walked into the girls bathroom one day and the girls all screamed at me and told me I was a stupid pervert because they thought I was a boy. Also, my asperges sensory used to stop me writing. Before I had a computer, I had to write all my stories by hand, and I never finished one because I find it extremely uncomfortable to hold a pencil, because I have this thing about my hands having to be even, same with my legs and arms and waist and shoulders and feet and ankles. People actually realised this at school and constantly poke my sides, because they know I'll always poke the other side because its uncomfortable without doing so. And it actually hurts. Because they all poke in the same place, on my upper arm, and I have two very dark bruises on my arms. Even my "friends" do it, and they find it fucking funny to hurt me for their entertainment. One time I got angry and pushed one of them away from me, and she screamed at me and told me I was mean and horrible for trying to fucking hurt her. Which I was not. Its called self defense, you stupid bitch!
So yeah, in short, Asperges has pretty much destroyed my life.
Rant over.

They're being really insensitive, but don't feel like you don't get to have a normal life. Not everyone is going to be so horrible about it, and you will find people who treat you well.

rebecca 12-28-2012 03:47 PM

See, Lauren's experiences would mostly include me, some of my characters and milder stuff. I never knew much about sensory issues even existing. I think Lauren's just jealous that my Asperger's has made me so amazingly awesome. Without it, I'd be pretty much nothing.

rebecca 12-28-2012 03:57 PM

Lauren said she somehow wished she had AS (that's Asperger's Syndrome for those who don't know), and Bex said it irritated her that people would say that. I myself am mild and have no sensory issues.

Bex 12-28-2012 04:09 PM

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Originally Posted by cheezemziez (Post 391877)
They're being really insensitive, but don't feel like you don't get to have a normal life. Not everyone is going to be so horrible about it, and you will find people who treat you well.

Thankyou. I hope so.

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 391877)
;-; sucks so much! I hope that they get a life and you find some friends who love you for who you are and your aspergers That sounds more like OCD to me... O_o anyways, that whole socks thing... Wow... That must make shoes uncomfortable

I do have some streaks of OCD, not much though. And yes, it does make shoes uncomfortable. My feet are always covered in blisters in the summertime because the hot concrete is really hot on my skin, I can't wear sneakers like everyone else which is pretty depressing. Thankyou:)

rebecca 12-28-2012 04:18 PM

My OCD is extremely noticeable. I have to correct grammar errors, I have to do everything in odd numbers, and I have to correct facts. There is no choice. I just have to.

rebecca 12-28-2012 04:21 PM

I have a low attention span and dire social skills. If I hate something, I just say I do. I would make the world's worst diplomat.

rebecca 12-28-2012 04:21 PM

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Originally Posted by pluzzle (Post 391893)
Isn't that annoying at school or on forums...

I don't have to correct things; I just do because it relieves the feeling of someone not knowing the correct 'you're' or 'there'. But at school I correct them because it annoys the hell out of them. Gets me in trouble, yes, but do I get to write in red pen on their work? YES.

Oh it is. I control myself on Facebook, but meet me in real life, and I have to correct everything.

rebecca 12-28-2012 04:25 PM

Are we secret twins or something?


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