It's a spectrum. There's no one concrete, clear point of when one moves from neurotypical to ASD.
And one isolated thing cannot determine a dx, especially not an online test. E.g., if you only get literal humour but for other measures you score more towards neurotypical, then all those measures have to be taken in context.
This is arm-chair psychology, I would not take stock in this dx
I'm not. I'm saying that both examples you gave I have trouble with. I'm saying that just because someone has trouble with those things does not automatically make them autistic. I'm saying it for the people who are like oooh I have trouble with those things therefore I must be on the spectrum. I'm saying that I'm not on the spectrum but the test is trying to say I possibly am. Which is why I'm saying what I'm saying
17. I do think I have trouble reading people, but I'm just not an observant person. I'm also really bad with social situations, but it's due to lack of practice. I've definitely gotten better with it over time.