>walk into gym with my dad
>walk up to the front desk to do the fingerprint scanner thing
>lady at the counter says "how are you"
>i dont respond because im autistic and usually my dad responds for me in situations like this
>she tells me in an annoyed voice "well okay i guess you are good then!"
>tfw i still think about this months later
>smashin with gf
>"talk dirty to me anon"
>want to say "shut up or ill stick my dick in your mouth"
>instead say "shut up or ill stick your dick in my mouth"
>the fuck did i just say
>continue fucking like nothing happend while avoiding eyecontact
>tfw still think about this years later
I used to be like that. It's because my mom would always talk for me, sometimes even talking OVER me if I did try.
Eventually you either get away from the people who do it for you and learn to speak for yourself or you stay and never open up.
> Order some nugs because im gonna die happy and looking ehhhh pretty fit
> Girl smiles at me and asks if I play feetball
> I reply with a huh?
> She makes note of my underarmor
> I say , nawww its just cold outside
> She is still smiling at me and making eye contact
> I glance away
> Finally get my nugs and bounce but before I do she tells me her name like I was too retarded to see her name tag
> Get home and open my bag
> Three boxes of nugs and a fuck ton of sauce packs
> B-but I only ordered one box
> Feed the extra nugs to my dog and never go back to that place again because im scared of seeing her again
In my country there is no place for this dumb anglosas small talk with completly anonymous people. Just good morning, thank you, goodbye.
Asking somebody 15 times a day in work:
>Go to publix with dad
>Go pick up some jamaican patties
>Been eating them all my life
>Lady asks if i've ever had them before
>Curious as to what she'll say, so say no
>Dad gives me a weird look and says loud "Why are you lying" chuckling about it
>Don't know what to do
>Stay silent until we get them and leave
>In car dad asks why i lied
>Say i was curious
>Says whatever and shrugs it off
>I ca never go to that publix alone ever
You might be a pathological liar anon. I wonder if you lied about that story?
>go to a one-day cookery course, just the teacher and four students
>teacher comes and introduces himself to me
>this is the first time in a long time that i've met somebody new/had to introduce myself, so i literally just stand there looking at him
>he has to ask me what my name is
>this was 3.5 years ago and i still think about it regularly