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25 Responses to “My first autism vid”
  1. 11pouncey11 says:

    @ginnyisdacoolest well i ment more like a subject that you like to study more than others but i have obsessions like that too.

  2. ginnyisdacoolest says:

    @11pouncey11 Well, I used to have an obsession with Doctor Who, but that’s sort of faded into just an interest. To be honest they change, I’ll generally have some tv show, comic book or story character that I just can’t stop talkin about for about a month, then I’ll find something else.

  3. 11pouncey11 says:

    @ginnyisdacoolest by the way what are yours? i know your autistic :D

  4. 11pouncey11 says:

    haha so happy that i found a really useful one.

  5. ginnyisdacoolest says:

    Well, there certainly are less useful obsessions to have :)

  6. 11pouncey11 says:

    LOL im autistic and have an intense obsession with stuff about government, philosophy and economics.

  7. borroughs says:

    i know i know it sounds stupid, but that child song was sweet and althou am not planning now, I will love to have a kid like you and would feel lucky to have a daughter that intelligent

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  9. 27simber says:

    good looking you can suck my dick

  10. dimitri13 says:

    lulz ass burgers

  11. polariscrd says:

    Nobody would believe me if I said my IQ and told them when I was walking or talking. None-the-less I was very similar to your case except I in my 20s and just now getting “treatment”. My social functioning is on the very low end. Other then that bright light bothers me, and the texture of dirt or anything on my hands drives me nuts. Then my hands get really dry and sometimes bleed. I use a lot of lotion on them. I suppose bringing up my random conversation problem is redundant.

  12. dophler says:

    You are very good looking.

  13. Beatmyguest001 says:

    I really like your voice. (:

  14. brokenXXXglass says:

    i have aspergers syndrome

  15. 1lyssylyss1 says:

    people have asked me if i have aspergers but so far no and often times i wonder if i do
    my cousin has severe aspergers she 10 and i’m 13 and sometimes i learn from her

  16. shaynaokane says:

    Most 2 and a half year olds can say more than 3 word sentences, well all the ones i know can. What you did is average for a 2 and a half year old.. Dont mean to be cheeky but im just saying =P

  17. TelBranora says:

    so smart but you can’t spell “learned” ?

  18. mamacordelia says:

    Cheeky, Most autistic children with the Aspergers syndrome go undiagnosed longer than others BECAUSE they do NOT have a delayed speech problem! The majority of others on spectrum have delayed speech… as my son who is almost 3 but was diagnosed at 19 months…which thanks be to God and helping me be so VERY PERSISTENT!…Well, it the info is very overwhelming so I could see how you would be confused….keep researching and learning and tell others!!! Lets find the CAUSE for these angels!!!

  19. mamacordelia says:

    Cheeky, Most autistic children with the Aspergers syndrome go undiagnosed longer than others BECAUSE they do NOT have a delayed speech problem! The majority of others on spectrum have delayed speech… as my son who is almost 3 but was diagnosed at 19 months…which thanks be to God and helping me be so VERY PERSISTENT!…Well, it the info is very overwhelming so I could see how you would be confused….keep researching and learning and tell others!!! Lets find the CAUSE for these angels!!!

  20. HolySavant says:

    and i made it to the end of the ‘weird’ long video :D
    quality is better than quantity, but you’ve got both!

  21. HolySavant says:

    it doesn’t mean you’re a ‘show off’ if you’re good at something, that’s a common trait of AS, and my terrible two’s are still going on :) i suffer panic attacks here and there but whilst i was younger i was labled as a ‘bad behaving kid’.
    we have a lot in common and you’re not alone in this world, and the best lessons you can learn are from others, so send me a message :)

  22. pigeonshouse says:

    I don’t have an obsession with Dr. Who. However – I think that the videos you are posting about AS are brilliant.

  23. lauraloubum says:

    I have AS and an obsession with doctor who! good to see someone else like that

  24. doggiedoo79 says:

    Don’t worry about the ramble! That’s part of AS and you can work on it. I have a SEVERE problem with auditory issues and get very obsessive over certain things. I form obsessions that last for years and then drop them for something else. You have much wisdom and compassion for your years. I think you will be of help to people your age on and off the spectrum and an inspiration to us older, too. Good luck!

  25. Aryana70 says:

    hi love, i have a good friend who has two children 11yrs and 13 yrs with Aspergers, so i understand where you are coming from and i am learning about aspergers myself…I also have 3 children that have speech and language disorders…to me you are a well spoken young lady…and you did a great job with this vid, i enjoyed it

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