Autists are literally the most loyal and accepting people you can have as friends, no level of degeneracy will deter them from staying by your side like the normies, but at the same time normies are the most fun to be around, have the best sense of humor and can actually give off social signals without acting like a robot and making you feel uneasy. They can be just as loyal until they find out who you really are.
What say you /r9k/, is it better to fake it and live life surrounded by normies: a fun but challenging and slightly painful existence, or is it better to embrace who you really are and surround yourself with unconditional friendship at the expense of some of the joy?
>best sense of humor
Lmao normie comedy is retarded. It is the reason why I find. Professional comedians to be not funny since they appeal to these normies. I prefer inside and politically incorrect humor better.
You have a point there, my autist friends are the best at dark humor the normies don't dabble in, but when you're talking about witty spare of the moment humor that's a little more light hearted, "banter" so to speak, the normies provide.
So you mean Reddit humor? Whatever fits your bill man.. Personally I find that kind of humor cringy.. Then again, I don't talk with normies so who am I to say how funny they are?
No, you're just purposely taking it out of context. I don't give a fuck who says something stupid, if it's stupid it's stupid, unless I dislike you prior to you saying it.
No they would not, you're taking two totally separate conditions and bunching them together with autism. I've been friends with autists for years and no matter the degenerate shit they find out of experience they stay loyal, even if you treat them shit they stay loyal.
>No, you're just purposely taking it out of context. I don't give a fuck who says something stupid, if it's stupid it's stupid, unless I dislike you prior to you saying it.
Bullshit, women will always overlook a Chad's mongoloid behavior if they are attracted to him.
There really isn't anything wrong with being a normie, they're just people who act in a socially acceptable way and have a misguided sense of normality because of the way they were brought up. I was a normie until I got a gaming PC was was exposed to people openly into all the degenerate shit I'd repressed. There are assholes from every walk of life and normie or even chad doesn't automatically = asshole
>Autists are incredibly annoying and they can't tell
>they don't know when to talk or stop talking.
>i say something
>i wait 5 minues
>i realize how retarded that was
repeat that for basically everything i say
the self-cringe never ends
Elliot Rodger had problems extending way beyond the the bounds of autism, I'm a narcissist but I still live on planet earth, that guy was 1,000,000 light years out of the fucking solar system.
I'm a pretty normal guy. I had an autistic roommate for a while (he literally admitted to having it after I got mad at him for doing something ridiculous for the 20th time).
It was hell. You take it for granted, but when somebody picks up absolutely no social cues, and has absolutely no idea that nobody cares about what they're saying, and they just go on and on... well, it sucks. Their interests are so limited, they never leave, they're not funny.
They're a blight on society. But online they're alright.
I know, I had an autistic friend IRL for a couple years and every sleepover would end in a headache, he was good for company but he really brought nothing to the table other than that. It's also awkward AF talking to them because they give off no queue on weather they actually give a fuck about what you're saying or if they actually want to take part in an activity you propose. I used to treat him like shit though, and I am kinda sorry for that, but like I said they're loyal and when you're lonely they're a good asset to have. Don't get my wrong though, they are a fucking pain.
It's a good thing you're loyal.
I don't even think that's the problematic part of being an autist, that part I can deal with. it's when they have no idea when to STFU no matter how morbidly you reply or how silent you get out of politeness.
Normies have no loyalty and can only offer superficial friendship. I don't care if it's more fun if they're all gone the moment something else catches their five-minute attention span.
Here's the thing though: You don't want to deal with the ones who is "out" about having autism. Especially not the neurodiversity activist types.
Same about being surrounded by them. Just tell them to stop talking in a strategic manner because they won't be offended. I love listening to them talking about their special interest, though; Especially the historians.