Starting uni was definitely a good move, I can definitely start getting my shit together there.
I even already met a few people, especially this girl, we are now in somewhat close friendship.
The thing is, she has an eyepatch, despite we already shared a ton of private things I'm still too autistic to ask about her eyepatch.
The other thing is that her eyepatch kinda puts me off, either because I'm a shallow cunt or because I'm terrified about the people's criticism.
How do I ignore such small things and and give it a try??
>How do I change my internal thought processes, stop caring what people think, and be a better human being?
If we could answer that, we wouldn't be here, I'd wager.
All glibness aside -- How do you do anything? Put some effort into it and change strategies if the current one isnt working.
maybe she just wears it as decoration? Like a pirate? IDK, they make fake eyeballs that look realistic as hell don't see why she would not get one. Just go up to her one day and be like "yarrrrrrg"
Don't ask her why she doesn't have a glass eye instead, anon. Talking about this at all will make her feel self-conscious, so don't ask her to change it or make pirate references unless she's pretty casual about the whole thing. Let her pick the pace for this topic.
If she hasn't brought it up yet despite other intimate topics, that is probably because she hates talking about it.
If you're just curious about why she has the patch, couldn't you just make up some dumb story about tiger wrestling and then keep it to yourself? It's also entirely possible that she was born without the eye.
I wouldn't mind dating a girl with an eyepatch..
In fact, I would't mind having to wear an eyepatch myself.
Eyepatches are cool. lol
But you have to ask her what's the story behind it some time.. Just ask her, wtf.
haha, how can autism be used as an insult? Only an ignorant cunt would use autism as an insult. (And there's nothing I hate more than ignorance)
Autism is a gift in my case, I have an IQ of over 150 which makes me technically a genius thanks to my autism. I've been going through school all my life being bored out of my fucking brains getting at least 95% on all my tests (and all the incorrect answers were silly mistakes) because I'm just too fucking smart for school I can't wait for everyone else to learn something I already knew within the first day or too of being taught it. Every year I scored the best of my year on these stupid multiple choice tests we do and the headmaster came to my class to tell me that, which obviously resulted in being called a 'nerd' which is true but I shouldn't be ridiculed for it.
I recently became home educated so I could learn at my own pace and I'm getting my GCSEs done in 1/4 of the time everyone else has to do it in, I'm also doing more than double the average amount of GCSEs that usually would be done.
I used to get paid $30 an hour working online, which is more than the teaching assistants at my old school earned, it was so fun pointing that out to them.
So, in conclusion, calling someone autistic is not an insult, in my case, it makes me highly gifted.
One more thing, I don't know if this has anything to do with my autism but I am a sociopath so I'm not hindered by irrational emotions like guilt, compassion, empathy etc.
haha, the most satisfying this is to know that you will all see this as a waste of a natural gift that I am undeserving hahaha, that brings me great satisfaction.
I'm practically perfect, let the jealousy flow through you.
Step it up dumbasses.