My friend has Aspergers?

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by TooTinyMan, Jul 11, 2012.


Do you think he has Asperger's?

  1. Yes

    2 vote(s)
  2. No

    2 vote(s)
  3. You're a horrible friend, why would you think that?!?!?!

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  1. TooTinyMan

    TooTinyMan Well-Known Member

    Dec 23, 2010
    Over there --->
    I've been thinking about this for a while and, because TouchArcade is such a good source for psychological disorder diagnosis, I'm asking about it here :cool:.

    I think my friend may have Asperger's. Here's a list of symptoms and what he seems to have: (underlined symptoms are what I've noticed in him)

    Poor communication such as:

    Speech and language peculiarities

    Overformal speech

    Taking everything literally

    Word repetition (echolalia)

    Long monologues

    Inappropriate remarks

    Inability to take turns talking

    Inability to listen to others

    Speaking without any pitch or tone

    Unable to recognize figure of speech or sarcasm

    Difficulty initiating conversation

    Flat, cheerless demeanor

    Loud voice

    DoesnÂ’t respond to name very well

    Non-verbal communication problems such as:

    Inability to pick up facial expressions

    Not able to notice body language

    Does not pick up subtle changes in someone tone of voice

    Avoid eye contact while communicating

    Unaware of personal space ( invading it!)

    Few facial expressions

    Unaware of unwritten rules

    Impaired social interaction such as:

    Social withdrawal

    Lack of interest in other people

    Eccentric personality

    Preoccupied with their own agenda

    Socially non-adapted personality

    Urge to correct people in their speech or behavior

    Limited interests

    Unusual preoccupations

    Need for sameness

    Repetitive routines or rituals

    Engages in highly repetitive play

    Excellent rote memory

    Lack of empathy



    Inflexible thinking

    Lack of imagination


    Rigid thinking

    Lack of make-believe or imitative play

    Fear of changes

    So, as the experts all you iOS gamers are, what do you think?
  2. SamF1sh

    SamF1sh Well-Known Member

    May 10, 2012
    New Zealand
    Not assburgers, just socially awkward.
  3. JBRUU

    JBRUU Well-Known Member

    May 9, 2012
    Lmfao was that on purpose?
  4. Teknikal

    Teknikal Well-Known Member

    Oct 26, 2010
    Belfast N Ireland
    Aspergers isn't that the disease every caught Hacker immediately claims they have as a defence although I don't think it's actually helped any of them.

    My opinion is while there are some real mental health issues the vast majority these days probably don't even exist, I think it's just a result of trying to take an average of everything when no one person is completely average. I honestly think most were just made up to push new medications.

    I'd say your friend probably needs a few nudges to get out there or a girlfriend.

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