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Wrong..
You represent... naivete.
You represent... naivete.
So innocent and trusting... you can be very shy at
times, but it's only because you're not sure
how to act. You give off that "I need to
be protected vibe." Remember that not all
people are good. Being too trusting will get
you easily hurt.


What feeling do you represent?
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At least I think it is. I don't trust people much anymore. Although the "I dunno how to act" thing does apply quite often. -.-;; aspie?

Hmmm, this is interesting. Aspie in an IT perspective.

Interesting.

Thank you for filling out this questionnaire.

Your Aspie score: 146
Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 71
You are very likely an Aspie

[ source | http://www.rdos.net/eng/Aspie-quiz.php ]

I think I'm going to forget that though, so I don't end up using that as an excuse, when I don't have to.

Drat, the wired quiz doesn't work.

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prionz_rok From: prionz_rok Date: November 16th, 2005 03:47 am (UTC) (Link)
Confession:

See, I've always had this thing, like gaydar, except for mental abnormalities. Mental-abnormili-dar.

And frankly, I've always thought you had Asperger's Syndrome. So now I feel validated. 5 to 0, baby!

Realize that this makes me like you all the more. :-)
ibneko From: ibneko Date: November 16th, 2005 04:08 am (UTC) (Link)
Hehe, "Mental-abnormili-dar". 5 to 0 is quite impressive. Mmm, I think I can think of a few others that may have it.. maybe.

Mmm. I think the Asperger Syndrome gets harder to spot the older people get, though, unless they have it badly (?? I assume there would be degrees of it...), and don't manually learn the social things that others people have - that "natural ability to see the subtexts of social interaction" (quoting wikipedia here).

Interesting enough, the IT perspective article explains why Object-oriented programming make so much more sense to me, than my peers, when I try to help them with code.
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