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sulkingpinklizards
Nov 17 2015
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Ohhh, your syn sounds awesome! I wish I had chromesthesia because it does sound super trippy. Also, I’ve realized that people can relate to that one (it sort of makes sense combining colors+music, apart from the whole feeling-like-an-acid-trip thing). Whereas whenever I explain mine, I get either confused looks and/or Read more

Nov 17 2015
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You’re welcome :) I didn’t watch Ally McBeal so I don’t know which guy you mean. I found out it’s on Netflix now and I tried watching it for nostalgia’s sake, to see what it was all about, and I couldn’t make it through the first episode. :(

Nov 16 2015
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Not a real person, but a fictional one: Christian Clemenson’s character on Boston Legal. He was supposed to have Asperger’s, although I have no idea if it was represented fairly or not.

Nov 14 2015
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To be fair, if people are going to these places for breakfast, it means their blood sugar is probably low and/or they haven’t had caffeine, so... Read more

Nov 14 2015
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Hey, I know nothing about professional kitchens, but even I know the importance of washing hands and how it trumps wearing gloves! I cook everyday for myself and I’m constantly washing my hands. Then again, I’m kind of obsessive about having clean hands before putting food in my mouth, and I always carry wipes and/or Read more

Nov 9 2015
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I hadn’t even started reading the stories and the first thing I thought was “green tea ice cream.” Even though pistachio or mint are most common, I guess (?). Read more

Nov 2 2015
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Or something along the lines of: “Wow, you’re suffering from both Tourette’s AND amnesia at the same time? How awful it must be for you!” Read more

Nov 2 2015
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Exactly. 100% agree. It’s called owning up to the consequences of your actions. If you drink enough alcohol -> you get drunk -> get incapacitated to drive. It’s your responsibility (not the server’s, not anyone else’s, ever) to decide “Hey, I probably shouldn’t drive.” Read more