I know. It's just no help that that guy had to act all smart-alecky >____> I mean, I guess he had a reason but still...anyway, I'm over it now ;P
For me, it's:
1. Social awkwardness. I used to be super asocial but now I've become completely the opposite. Except sometimes I have no clue how to react to stuff, kind of like...well, just not knowing how to react like everyone else does. Always being conscious of everything I do and trying to make myself seem 'normal'. I'm not good at confrontation, like...if I have to go somewhere I've never been before and talk to a manager or something, I ask my mom what I should say to every possible question before I go there. So I know what to do and don't freeze up.
2. Gag reflex. I hate that thing >___> It happens with semi-solid, semi-liquid foods like rice pudding and the like. My mom made this carrot juice one time where the carrots didn't get all the way blended up and I spent two hours drinking it because every time I tried to, my reflex would act up and I'd have to stop. I don't think she understood, though, because she kept making me drink it.
3. Temper. This one's pretty much gone. When I was little I used to freak out at a lot of stuff xD I'd scream and yell when I lost a game of four-square or something and end up crying. It got pretty bad. Now, though, I don't have it, like, at all ;P It's pretty much gone away. I guess from therapy? I don't know.
There's probably more I'm missing but my attention span is quickly dwindling so I'll think over it and let you know what else when I remember them xD
Some of them can be strange, but you can't really blame them. Autistics think differently from normal people (this is why I hate reading stories).
Here's some things you might find interesting about me:
1: I never use swear words.
2: I like Pokemon, yet I don't watch the TV series, watch the movies, or play the games. I hate the whole idea of trainers using pokemon in battles. If there has to be a battle, why not throw the trainers in there as well? A bit like Final Fantasy.
3: I have an irrational fear of bugs, harmful or not.
4: I get dizzy when I look up at tall objects.
5: I nearly poisoned my sister because I forgot something (that's how bad my selective memory can get).
6: I will not climb a ladder, that's how bad my fear of heights is.
7: I get itches all over my body all the time (sensory problems).
Oh, that's neat d:
I went on this autism board once a few weeks ago,
and it was supposed to be for Aspie's and autistic kids,
and this one kid posted on my introduction.
He was like, "It's asocial, not antisocial.
Look in a dictionary before you use that word."
...that was the last time I posted there ._.;
I was kind of under the impression people were supposed to be accepting there.
But he kept posting about how I got this and that and the other wrong.