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How my brain works.
Started by Sk64
(2016-07-13 14:14:13)
Sk64 (2016-07-13 14:14:13)
Slice is the part of me that cares about the people and things around me, despite not being able to relate to them. Slice is every positive emotion. Slice is passion.
Skits is the opposite. It is everything I feel towards the people trying to destroy me. Skits wants me to be destroyed, wants Slice to be destroyed.

Hopefully, this made no sense.
TwilightWinter (2016-07-13 18:09:16)
This proves your brain doesn't work.
Nin10dude789 (2016-07-14 05:24:37)
^
3DS
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Games I can play: Smash 3DS, Kid Icarus: Uprising, Mario Kart 7, Street Fighter 4, Mario Golf, Tekken

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Games I can play: Smash Wii U, Mario Kart 8
AntiChrist (2016-07-17 14:33:11)
What are you high on bro?
open up ur chakras
Jet (2016-07-28 12:06:47)
Slice of life anime is the part of me that cares about the people and things around me, despite not being able to relate to them. Slice of life is every positive emotion. Slice of life is passion.
Shounen anime is the opposite. It is everything I feel towards the people trying to destroy me. Shounen wants me to be destroyed, wants Slice of life to be destroyed.
BirdJesus (2016-07-31 06:59:13)
You're either mentally ill or just an edgy teenager, although, there's not much of a difference between the two.
"Ugh, I need to go masturbate now. Whenever I get mad or worried, that's what I do."
-mega, the homosexual animal rapist.
ConnorRonnoc (2016-08-01 20:22:38)
I think you have autism
bite za dusto
AntiChrist (2016-08-21 15:53:43)
^ I thought this was going to be a long post about autism.
open up ur chakras
Perfect_Chaos (2016-09-01 05:14:49)
^ same




You see Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disability; signs typically appear during early childhood and affect a person’s ability to communicate, and interact with others. ASD is defined by a certain set of behaviors and is a “spectrum condition” that affects individuals differently and to varying degrees. There is no known single cause of autism, but increased awareness and early diagnosis/intervention and access to appropriate services/supports lead to significantly improved outcomes. Some of the behaviors associated with autism include delayed learning of language; difficulty making eye contact or holding a conversation; difficulty with executive functioning, which relates to reasoning and planning; narrow, intense interests; poor motor skills’ and sensory sensitivities. Again, a person on the spectrum might follow many of these behaviors or just a few, or many others besides. The diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder is applied based on analysis of all behaviors and their severity.

In March 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued their ADDM autism prevalence report. The report concluded that the prevalence of autism had risen to 1 in every 68 births in the United States – nearly twice as great as the 2004 rate of 1 in 125 – and almost 1 in 54 boys. The spotlight shining on autism as a result has opened opportunities for the nation to consider how to serve families facing a lifetime of supports for their children. In June 2014, researchers estimated the lifetime cost of caring for a child with autism is as great as $2.4 million. The Autism Society estimates that the United States is facing almost $90 billion annually in costs for autism. (This figure includes research, insurance costs and non-covered expenses, Medicaid waivers for autism, educational spending, housing, transportation, employment, related therapeutic services and caregiver costs.)

Know the signs: Early identification can change lives

Autism is treatable. Children do not “outgrow” autism, but studies show that early diagnosis and intervention lead to significantly improved outcomes. For more information on developmental milestones, visit the CDC’s “Know the Signs. Act Early” site.

HERE ARE SOME SIGNS TO LOOK FOR IN THE CHILDREN IN YOUR LIFE:
Lack of or delay in spoken language
Repetitive use of language and/or motor mannerisms (e.g., hand-flapping, twirling objects)
Little or no eye contact
Lack of interest in peer relationships
Lack of spontaneous or make-believe play
Persistent fixation on parts of objects
[detect=pc][/detect]
[detect=3ds][/detect]
[detect=dsi][/detect]
WeeWill (2016-09-26 02:12:32)
So like the good and bad guys that appear on either side of the characters in movies? #relateable
Also, go to your doctor and gat a skitsophrenia (sorry for spelling) test.
BOI
Noob (2017-08-16 21:45:09)
Who slice, homeslice?
🌚
Betrrr (2017-09-27 06:12:46)
balls haha
bazinga
 

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