>walking in the halls
>some ginger with earbuds in autism jeans is walking in front of me
>literally walking while dancing like that part in Spider-Man 3
>he hears some kid use "hell" in a sentence
>he loudly says "NO SWEARING" to the random kid
>"YOU KNOW THE RULES, NO SWEARING IN SCHOOL!"
You guys have any autism school stories or reasons as to why they put them in the same school as everyone else?
I've been coming to /r9k/ since it's creation and I still don't understand all of our memes. I get them, I just don't understand why people like them so much.
I'm not that fag you were replying to.
I got a good one. I'm walking into my class and i see some aut with a neckbeard mumbling to himself. He gets up and waddles over to the laptop tray, he grabs a laptop, makes a weord growling "Eahh" noise and sits down. I look at his screen.
Mlp pics on google images.
I now realise the extent of his autism.
I snap once and he spins around.
"PLEASE STOP" everyone stares at him. I snicker and snap again "HEY"
I snap 10 times with both hands "SHUT THE FUCK UP". Teacher escorts him to retard room. Im not even a suspect.
Autism is a gift, you just have to know what makes them aut out.
>Never properly learn how to hold a pencil, so all my writing comes out in bold block letters
>Teacher returns my work
"Gosh, Anon, you write like you're angry at the world!"
>Try to smile, responding how I think a person would respond, joking along
"Maybe I am!"
>Teacher goes silent.
>Quietly leaves the room
>Get escorted to a small room with no windows and 8 desks
>The other 7 have other kids who have disappeared from regular classes
>Get really slow lessons on science and history where we get to use our books during the tests
>Always told we're the 'experimental' class where they're trying out new teaching techniques.
>Don't realize I had been put in special ed until adulthood.
This right here. Hollister jeans are great and good quality too. They run sales all the time. If you can survive the nose rape that is their store, get a pair whenever you can afford to until you build up a respectable collection. People say cargo shorts are autism, but I think that the autism of one's shorts is a function of how many extra pockets they have. Two is fine, but eight is getting pretty autistic. Also, solid colors are in so ditch all of your graphic Ts from 2007. Hope this helps.
>lets call the kid Sal
>Sal always wore a suit to school. every day.
>Sal and I were in a speech/acting class together
>Had to present on an argumentative topic, you could use notecards and everything so it was pretty easy
>Sal's boisterous personality explains to the class the threat and effects of global warming, due largely not to cars, but because there are so many mexicans trying to cross the border to the US, and all of them need to shit without having access to a bathroom, that their collective excrement and CO2 is contribute to the build up of greenhouse gases.
>Sal concludes by throwing his notecards on the podium in a dramatic display as if to say "QED"
>"so what would you say your conclusion is, Sal?"
>"uhhh, well, we need to stop mexicans from coming here and uhhhhhhh...don't forget to get your green card and uhhhh that's all!"
If you wear suits to high school / college to appear "serious" then yes, that's highly correlated with autism and awkwardness.
Name ONE non-autistic person in the modern era who wore suits to class.
>get on train
>have to squeeze by manlet with fallout backpack blocking the stairs
>he stutters an apology
>get to campus
>manlet grips handrails to support weight
>leaps over stairs and out of train
>makes perfect landing on both feet
plenty of kids at my school have formal events or "toasters" clubs that they attend regularly so every other class or w/e they'll be in a suit and tie.
They usually get a few compliments, and are sociable normal dudes.
Its not so much a meme, this is board culture.
I think you mean r9ks recreation u came here.
The boards original purpose has always been original content in the form of greentext stories.
The 2 most common thread types were
>Retail horror stories
This thread seems like an attempt at the latter, but sadly as you can see this place is suffering from cancerous newfaggottry.
>If you haven't been here min. a year, you need to stop posting and lurk moar