Well, the presence or absence of Asperger Syndrome is neither a criterion for marriage or refusal to marry.
that sounds like something someone with aspergers would say (not because of what you said, but how you said it)
I was replying to AnonymousButCandid, the way he commented in a really verbose manner and thats what people with aspergers do. They say things in way more words than they need to.
like, it would have made so much more sense for him to just say "whether or not they had asperger's wouldn't factor into my decision"
That all depends on if you would marry a 53 year old guy with major depression and no job.
no. I could fall for a very introverted girl, but asperger's is too much to handle. People with ASDs belong with other people who have them.
Sure, I like it, even though it makes your pee all weird? Wait, that's "asparagus." Never mind , , ,
No idea. I'd have to date one first. For all I know i did years ago before anyone knew what it was. For all I know I have it.
I love hamburgers...but not as much as hot dogs...ummm hot dogs...
Don't knock it till you try it..:)
Lol, wait, I thought that was your thing...I was just playing along..:)
I'm sure one would have to be Aspie to want to marry me, another potential Aspie.
I didn't know I was Aspie until someone pointed it out. It's not an illness. It makes people more socially inept, but it actually makes them, on average, far smarter than a "normal" kid...
I say this from experience.
No, sorry, but why would you take on that challenge of a life long disability and possibly risk having children with Asperger's too?<br />
It makes no sense to me.
if I fell for them yeah why would I not