I don't honestly get /s4s/. It is nice as a meme, but there just seems to be a lack of conversation. >loff
Indeed my problem. I just want people without an ego who can fully accept me for me. That is harder than might be believed when I have a whole slew of issues. At best I get pity acceptance until they cannot take it any more.>I am an autist who doesn't listen to anything people would like
I don't know what else to do. You see, the first conversation works as I know little about you and you know little about me. But once we know a bit about each other, what then? What does one say?
"Hey! Why haven't you talked to me! I felt so lonely! Please, I miss you :(" - Me
"Oh, sorry, how was your day" - Them
"Good, and you?"
"You are welcome, smiles"
"Grins to show teeth"
"Little Red Riding Hood, you prepared to die?"
"Your teeth are too white. Stop using toothpaste or get prepared to get eaten."
"You aren't making any sense"
"Neither are you, you rebel against the fact that your minty breath makes you unbearable to be around. Your teeth are like reflector shades, you are going to cause someone to die. Thanks a lot, you killed the Grizwolds with your antics."
"Do you hate me?"
"No? When did I say that?"
"You said a lot of mean things..."
"Oh... I am sorry. Please forgive me."
"You aren't forgiving me are you? Now this is another chink on the wall of our friendship. Forever gone it is. What has just gone on can never return. We are both fated to die. And I killed it. I told you I was a terrible friend, why didn't you listen?"
This is pretty much how a conversation could potentially go with me when you get to know me. I am autism in a hand basket, I can't do normal conversations at all.