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  1. Homeskulled Kid
    38 Minutes Ago 6:11 AM
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    Ah, well it's a Chinese dish that is revoltingly delicious. And I'm really big on rice - it knocks spots off pasta and surpasses it in terms of versatility. Jam and pasta? Gross.

    Solo was great. Not necessarily a great movie, once again, but certainly not without merit. Ehrenreich did brilliant and he really did capture Han Solo.

    Actually, it's girl names where I tend to get stuck. They are a nightmare to sort out. With boy names, I'm usually torn between several. Klaus, Jude, Clance, Simon, Taj, Rufus, Janus, Mathieu, et cetera. Lady-wise, I stare at the screen for twenty minutes and gnaw on the table. Artemis is a favourite of mine, I suppose, and it's sorta unisex. Carlotta is another goodie.

    And yeah, ordinary names are for suckers. But I liked your choice of Memphis. It's brilliant and I want to use it.
  2. Homeskulled Kid
    58 Minutes Ago 5:50 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Yup, it does. And not being like the others can be rubbish, I know - a really dark feeling that is overwhelming at the best of times. For me, it's my lack of know-how that does it, and volatility when it comes to compassion. It's tiresome being different but I also imagine that it's tiresome being like everyone else. Ah, the struggle to fit in, and the struggle to break free! Humans, at the end of the day, have no idea what they want and never what they need.

    What?! But Coraline was a festival of the imagination! Still, Super 8 and Fantastic Beasts should make for a fun day/couple of days. S8 isn't necessarily a good movie in the true sense, but it's still very entertaining.

    Add szechuan beef to the food list! And rice and jam, a dish I am currently eating. Spearmint milkshakes are also a slice of heaven.
  3. Homeskulled Kid
    1 Hour Ago 5:20 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Rats - the picture's too shrunken and I can't make it out. You could probably resize it with some really simple software. Paint is utter rubbish but it can get it done.

    But it sounds healthy. Congrats for the dedication! And for a list of 'to-watch' movies, I suggest you see Kubo and the Two Strings, Super 8 and Coraline. Wait... maybe strike Super 8. There's a few blood splats here and there, and Coraline may get pretty sinister... but they're great watches. Really good.

    And don't worry about the handwriting. I'm nearly an adult and it looks like I'm a toddler that has just got hold of a leaky pen.

    Yeah, adding a column for names would be good. And maybe a column for story scenes that occurs to you? It can be easy to forget them.
  4. Homeskulled Kid
    8 Hours Ago 10:47 PM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Never heard of her, but she looks pretty. And I like the idea.

    ... BUT I JUST HAD AN EPIPHANY. I don't use capital letters very often, but they are a testament to its greatness. Okay, so here it is:

    People in the Autism spectrum, getting through life, doing stuff, is inspirational and feelgood. A nice story. But suppose that you add a twist, and suddenly they're in a survival situation! Not necessarily zombies or aliens - just something that throws them in the deep end. And you'd make a perfect writer for it, because you already know about autism and it's strengths. It's not as though you're some guy off the street who doesn't know jack about it. And there is still room for slice of life and romance. You don't even need violence, you know?

    Do you remember that story from the news a few years ago? Maybe not, but an autistic boy was lost in the woods and everyone thought the worst. But he survived. Two weeks, in the middle of nowhere, and he survived. That's brilliant.
  5. Homeskulled Kid
    19 Hours Ago 10:52 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Dyscalculia? Well, I sympathise. Maths are positively evil and their necessity is a thorn in my side.

    Sounds fun. Have you got a real person behind the character? In terms of looks, I mean.
  6. Homeskulled Kid
    20 Hours Ago 10:24 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    That's rough, and it's strange how these conditions sometimes come in clusters...? Like, ADHD and Tourette and all that. It's bizarre.

    I theorised over having a learning disability myself, but I've decided it's down to lack of practice with new activities and a slammed memory. And you know that saying... I can't remember it word-for-word, but it doesn't matter how long you take to learn
    something, as long as you're actually trying. Effort alone can do nearly anything.
  7. Homeskulled Kid
    20 Hours Ago 10:04 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    But it'd be extraordinary. Life could be experienced from a completely new perspective! And if someone harvests your eyeballs, it's no big worry - you would have had the 'being blind' practice beforehand! It boils down to having a long time of nothing to do ahead of you, though, and knowing where everything is or having people that are willing to deal with it.

    You could keep it pretty simple, because characters naturally become more complex and you write them. It's impossible not to infuse them with some life.
  8. Homeskulled Kid
    21 Hours Ago 9:24 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    That's good. Sometimes it really helps to sort out all the little details before you jump in. I always write preliminary notes before I start a story - setting the scenes, plot, bits and pieces of the world, et cetera.

    Do you know what would be awesome? To blindfold yourself for a week and wait for the ultra sensitivity to kick in. That's how long it usually takes. It'd be great to experience that and write about it - maybe get a bestseller out of it.
  9. Homeskulled Kid
    21 Hours Ago 8:52 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Good for them if they can get by. One hears of these mind-boggling conditions and has no idea how the sufferers cope. It'd be a nightmare.

    Do you ever try using a main character of a different gender? It can be seriously fun, if not a little daunting at first.
  10. Homeskulled Kid
    22 Hours Ago 8:24 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    People chewing is what gets me. I imagine that for someone with SPD, they'd be filling up their eardrums with wet cement just to keep it out.

    I wonder how they cope, though. For such annoyances to be amplified like that... wouldn't you have to seal yourself away in a bubble and never come out?
  11. Homeskulled Kid
    22 Hours Ago 8:05 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    I'm not a fan of horror either, but there's something about the occasional scene of violence that thrills me... I just love blood. Not in excess, though - the Castlevania anime is a tad strong for me so far.

    It can be ridiculously difficult to find good info, hmm.
  12. Homeskulled Kid
    22 Hours Ago 7:57 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Yeah, one of the appealing things about autism spectrum disorders was the sensitivity to sensation - I like the idea of feeling things better. But an intensified version could be very interesting! Give it a whirl - if you make a mistake, it just means you're learning. If you excel, it means you're brilliant.

    Make a Disneyland horror story - that'd be legit. Or not, your choice lmao.
  13. Homeskulled Kid
    1 Day Ago 1:50 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Sure ya do. The only con about fanfictions is feeling a bit constrained sometimes, but it's a joy to add new material. And personally, I wouldn't mind reading a decent HP fic. In lieu of writing my own and whatnot.

    Good thing about my short story is that you can sing in operatically and it still scans, lmao.
  14. Homeskulled Kid
    1 Day Ago 8:58 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Wow. So, if one does not speak... what do they do? Does it get violent?

    Yeah, the Hawk shows us that even being completely limp and incapable of speech is no insurmountable problem. It makes you wonder what is. So even with your anxiety, I suppose the only thing to do is keep on keeping on. Remember this tacky and yet strangely empowering quote: "Whether you think you can or think you can't, you're right". A bit of self-confidence and you can take on the world.

    It's a tiresome process, for sure. But ahh, there's nothing like Blu-ray.
  15. Homeskulled Kid
    1 Day Ago 7:47 AM
    Homeskulled Kid
    Amazing, isn't it? Not too get all religious or anything, but there's a touch of a miracle in that. Divine intervention at its best.

    Fantastic Beasts was a really great watch! I still haven't seen the sequel but I'm working on it. And yes, apparently Newt is rumoured to be an aspie. The depiction is, for want of better words, adorable and endearing. If I ever get to a cosplay event, I'll be pulling a Newt.

    Unless you're down for torrents and all that jazz, I'm not sure how to acquire films. Getting DVDs is archaic and expensive.

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