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    IRL is not real Cimarron's Avatar
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    Edit: Oops, NT Rationale. I guess I'll just leave it...


    I don't think I've gotten a lot of direct insults like these. None that've stuck in my mind. Teasing/bullying was much more often the weapon of choice.

    Being a "nerd" was definitely used as an implied insult by many people back in school years, and being "weird" and being physically nervous/fidgety/jumpy.

    When I was 12 years old, someone said that I "laughed at everything," and that that was annoying.

    Actually, recently, people like to pick on some social awkwardness.
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    IRL?

    As a child:
    weird, dorky, nerdy mostly by my sister

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    Ice Princess by boys I went to school with
    absent minded by the horse trainer I worked for

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    Lol...let's see. That I was too nice and should stay away from some places because I'd
    get eaten alive. Of course, the few times it actually did happen, not one person gave a
    shit...nobody.

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    I'm pretty sure something to the effect of, "Screwed up." I can't remember why... I think it was because of a general lack of guilt that I have, mostly because I rely on logic which is an inherently amoral process. "Stuck up." Mostly because I have a vocabulary so wide that some people don't understand me, and thus, think that I'm trying to impress them. Strange thing is, most of the time when I talk to people, they actually take it as a sign of intelligence in spite of my lack of effort, but this thread isn't about social impressions based on vocabulary size. (It's not like a vocabulary can have a size, be it practical or abstract, but none the less.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
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    Freak, crazy, weirdo, creepy (I remembered a random fact about someone, and they were freaked out about it...it happens), Autistic (you have NO idea how much I got that one...still do actually).

    Adult:
    Evil, heartless, insane, selfish, autistic, and cold are the everyday ones. I really don't care though, they have their flaws, a lot of them have flaws much worse than mine, imo. Plus I find it a waste to care, unless they are seriously calling me said insults while they're being the same way/I have done nothing for them to call me that, that's when I get upset, because then I just think they're retarded.
    I thought I might be autistic but after the initial freak out I realised I would actually have to be good at math to be autistic... and then I worked out I'm an INTJ and everything became clearer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy View Post
    I thought I might be autistic but after the initial freak out I realised I would actually have to be good at math to be autistic... and then I worked out I'm an INTJ and everything became clearer.
    A friend of mine is autistic and her math skills are abysmal. Having autism means your brain functions differently; it does not guarantee any talents in any areas any more than it does an average person.
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    What's it like being friends with an autistic girl?
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    I don't really get insulted much -- I don't really stick out enough to warrant comment usually, and when I do I'm pretty easy-going. It wouldn't surprise me if I'm called "kind of a nerd" (a compliment!) or "pretty stubborn" behind my back. It's possible that people have, on occasion, made comments half in jest that I never really noticed.

    The one insult I do recall was "you stupid little son of a bitch" -- by my mother, of all people. I was an adult. Most of the rest I don't really remember.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    Edit: Oops, NT Rationale. I guess I'll just leave it...
    Aw, Cimarron, don't worry! You're very welcome here!
    It's interesting to see how those insults are similar to the ones the NTs get. Though probably you wouldn't get "absent-minded" or "has difficulties talking about existing/concrete/precise facts"
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