1. Problems with two-way conversation
You talk at people rather than with them. You may try to talk about a favorite subject and not notice when people are not interested in it.
never tyalked at people but I have nerdjacked conversations and sometime go on and on about the same thing and people get frustrated and I don't realize.
2. Difficulty with social cues:
You may say or act inappropriately and seem oblivious to others' reactions. You may miss someone's subtle attempt to leave a conversation.
Sometimes when someone passess me something I don't know what I am supposed to do.
3. Social awkwardness:
You want to make friends but have trouble figuring out how to make them or maintain friendships. You may have trouble maintaining long friendships and working relationships with co-workers.
90% correct. I know how to make friends but just got to find goos ones who are more like me.
4. Verbal instruction challenges:
You have problems understanding verbal instruction and learn better with visual supports.
You often takes things literally and do not understand subtle language. You have problems understanding other people's emotions and may respond inappropriately due to this misunderstanding.
I can understand sarcasm and stuff like that but sometimes miss out on things most others pick up on
6. Narrow interests:
You may have a limited range of interests and no interest in participating in other activities or subjects.
I can get absorbed in subjects but they can change freuqently from topic to topic.
7. Strict routines:
You prefer a rigid routine and gets irrationally upset when the routine is disrupted.
Sort of. If I don't get my full cream milk I crack the *hitS
8. Sensory problems:
You may have unusual reactions to sounds, sights, physical contact or tastes such as an irrational fear of the sound of car horns.
No but I do have an irrational fear of people making sudden loud noises
9. Motor skill problems:
You experience some limitations in both gross and fine motor skills. For example, you may have taken longer to learn how to ride a bike or gain skill at handwriting during childhood.
I think I did take a bit longer to learn how to ride a bike.
You have an unusual ability to focus intently on a favorite activity or subject for hours without noticing the passage of time, other people or your environment.
I find it to hard to concentrate.
11. Repetitive behavior:
You include unusual rituals or repetitive actions in your strict routine such as hand flapping or rocking back and forth. Many of these repetitive actions are performed in a very specific manner. For example, you may flap his hands four times before opening a door.
I don't do this but when I get anxious I might nibble on my finger nails or rock back and forth on my chair or poke my tounge in and out really fast or like you do when licking a puss.