What's the most autistic thing you did in real life that was CAUSED by vidya?
Me? I went around the local woods searching for "chaos" (the water monster from sonic adventure 1) by just looking for bodies of water
Had this weird phase where I played KOTOR and fell in love with Bastila, started writing a Bastila and Revan fan fic. About 20 pages in realized the travesty I was making so I snapped out of it and threw it away. Still makes me cringe to this day.
My mom had some big fancy bottle cork things, big round fuckers, 2 of them, purple and green. I would pretend they were chaos emeralds and chaos control and shit. So you're not alone OP. Let's go take down Chaos.
I can't count all the stupid shit I did as a kid...
But even now, I'll constantly say "I LOVE IT" like in God Hand as a response to pretty much anything.
"How's your food?" I LOVE IT
"Oh yeah, this song is in the Digimon Movie" I LOVE IT
I had Dragon Ball Z fights with me and my friends at the after school club in the gymnasium. We would all pick a character and clash, throwing superfast air-punches with light contact for supremacy. We would run all over the place; one well placed punch to the gut would send one kid flying 20 feet into the blue cushioned walls, an untied shoe kick would launch another unlucky fighter into the air (he would fake jump of course) sliding across the floor. Sometimes we had to be careful not bounce into the normies playing basketball. That would never end well. One time, me and my friend were blazing in a heated clash to decide who was the ultimate saiyan and, while he made me on my heels, my back landed into a staff while he was about to make a shot. He got pretty fed up with our bullshit and told us to stop and play a sport like a normal kid or our lives would suck or something like that. We should have listened. Things got worse from there and we even had imaginary DBZ girlfriends. Mine was Android 18 of course. That meant I had to make the sacrifice of being Krillin and never winning a fight. It was worth it though. Damn.
Not really vidya but I did the naruto run as a kid once and my older brother said I looked retarded doing it.
most autistic thing was probably just pretending to be sonic characters with my friends and running around and shit. although we were like 4 years old and we aren't friends anymore so i think i got a pass.
what the fuck is it about sonic that always brings out the inner autism in people
>lay down on ground with eyes closed
>singing Sonic R songs cause I knew all the vocals
>open my eyes and there's like 10 people surrounding me
>run away crying
>steel gold dust caps from car
>rip open sonic teddy
>hide them in sonic
>sew it back up
Sometimes in the McDonald's playground I would stand in one spot and just bob my knees up and down like I was an idle videogame character
>own various BB guns
>walk around house pretending I'm in an FPS
>hold guns in bottom right
>practise different viewmodel animations like idle and reloading
>try crouching around
>too fat and my shins hurt after a bit
A combination of the 00's games' edginess and "realism" and the character designs being just human enough to project autistically simple archetypes and worldviews onto. Creating human donutsteels is harder compared to the mix-and-match of "___ the Hedgehog" design elements and having to think about the real world's context.
I was like 14 years old and I went walking with my waifu all around the city, like a date. Now, it may seem extremely pathetic and autistic, but keep in mind, I was alone and I didn't interact with people, so it only looked like a 14 year old taking a stroll by himself.
So the only people to know of this extremely autistic event is me, this board and probably the person who has a trojan in my computer.
Sometimes i try to sneak into some places like if i was snake or something
>If you didn't carry anything physical and just walked with your tulpa waifu that isn't autistic at all.
I didn't carry anything, but it was autistic, man. Believing I have a tulpa? That's way off the charts.
>really enjoyed stealth games as a kid
>snuck around everywhere, learned to muffle footsteps, suppress breathing noise, use background noise to mask any movement
>now am actually really good at sneaking around
>endlessly scare the shit out of friends and family
Too bad there's no careers for master sneakers
It isn't, at all. If your autism is only internal it literally doesn't matter.
I fap to loli futa anal rape and walk around my home wearing panties and a bra. I have a shrine dedicated to my waifu that costs over a grand.
But I'm also a well adjusted citizen with a well paying job who is respected at what he does.
When I was 5, and went to church, I used to cry after I beat games I spent a long time playing like Majora's Mask and Metroid: Fusion, and sometime would even pray for the safe return of characters like Link and Samus to their own homes since their games usually ended with them gearing up and beginning to head somewhere else.
autism here we come:
One kid in our school started watching Naruto. We all thought it was shit 'cause "muh chinese cartoons" (literally back then). Anyway it turns out that some of us were closet Naruto fans, and 'cause us few didn't wanna get left out of the group, we started to like it too along with 'em.
So thus formed the "Naruto group." The guy who first introduced it to us all handed as each one of those head band things they wear in the show so we could pretend we were just like one of them.
For whatever fucking reason the other kids thought we were cool. The "leader" (who gave out the head bands originally), wanted to keep this lil' club exclusive. So what he did was kinda autistic; he started reading peoples veins on their wrists to see whether or not they were worthy fighters. Of course I had the best veins 'cause they were "like silver", and the fact that I'm pretty sure he wanted to suck me off.
Anyway this happened for a few weeks. We'd spend out lunch times on the field practising out fighting technique n' such, though it did start to die down after some time because I think we all came to realise that it probably looked like we were all doing yoga or some shit.
I own a home, car, and everything in my home. I have to dress nicely for work and go to business meetings and sometimes fly internationally.
You can be a well adjusted citizen and live a fulfilling life where people respect you while doing whatever it is you want in your own home, assuming it isn't illegal.
>know exactly how and where to stop on my house's old wooden floor to not make any noise
>can sneak up on my cats if wearing socks or minimalist sneakers.
Well, I was slightly brainwashed by DayZ (the mod, not the standalone) up to a point that I had some sort of primal fear of open spaces, like fields, parking lots and town squares, and making noise when walking out of fear of being "spotted" by someone or something. Indoctrinated myself by playing alone at night, into a state of somewhat making my brain think about risks and stuff. For instance, thinking along the lines of "Oh shit, if I'm gonna go over this field, I'd better crawl or else they'll see me." Went on for a few weeks. Pretty stupid, but I guess the brain doesn't know threat assessment in vidya from real life, and ARMA 2 has some pretty good visuals, so I guess the visual center of the brain will send the same signals when confronted with similiar scenery IRL.
Oh, and being annoyed with people for hours at a party without them knowing because they didn't like the same games as myself.
>tl;dr - I fooled my brain into thinking about zombie tactics IRL.
>I had Dragon Ball Z fights with me and my friends at the after school club in the gymnasium. We would all pick a character and clash, throwing superfast air-punches with light contact for supremacy.
I thought I was the only one who did this with his friends.
Well they were my brother's, really. I didn't even really have friends.
We used to play DBZ at school during break time and half of that time was spent doling out the characters and the one poor kid who stunk because he never washed always wanted to play and we'd let him be android 18 and always laugh it up when we did.
I hugged and kissed a sports team body pillow pretending it was Amy Rose
When I was 13 I asked permition to go to the restroom at school took my pen and go to a little spot and justt ran around pretending to be leon and shooting zombies with my awesome pen. Dropping of small ledges, turning around, making roundhouse kicks and stuff even moving my body as if it were straight out of a videogame. one girl saw me once and I said to myself she must think I look badass.
after that I would hold my shit bc it felt good, did this everyday when re4 came out.