Is it normal that i have accidentally once intimidated a 10 year old?

For the time being when my facebook account was disabled for so long I couldn't create an account and had to deal with whatever social media was left to me so I decided to look up one of whatsapp groups through google search and apparently joined one of the random ones by spontaneous means which was I think K-Pop related but it didn't matter to me much as I wanted to talk with people and one girl who I apparently totally at all didn't know her age replied to me with something vulgar and a bit offensive and then for some unknown reason I contacted her and treated her subconsciously as if she's my shrink there to listen and I could mutter out all the anger and frustrations I have with life such as "I'd like to assault a group of people out of anger" etc etc, and then I get a private phone number call and I answer it and a much older woman answers and asks "Did you leave a message to my daughter?", "Do you want me to call over the authorities?" and I asked in a hot tempered tone "Why would that happen?" and she replies "That's because you say you're violent" and then she insists "My daughter is 10 years old" and I hear her daughter cry in the background as her mother talks to me through phone and sum of it all says "This is last warning." and I had totally no intention with anyone of such age and I knew nothing about people in a group, just wanted people to talk with, and however the random whatsapp joining group stopped when I recovered my facebook account and made a few real friends around appropriate age, some female, some male, 1 among them female which i met, so i'm doing pretty great and talented for a person with Aspergers Syndrome as other people with Aspergers Syndrome may appear more rigid, robotic, and monotonous, but hey.

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Comments ( 35 )
  • KholatKhult

    I think we should make autists have a little badge by their name everywhere online

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    • Meatballsandwich

      That would be autismophobic. People just have to tolerate that we have to vent our anger at 10-year olds.

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      • KholatKhult

        Nah

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        • Meatballsandwich

          Autismophobe. What was the number to that 11-year old kid again? Haven't been this pissed in 5 hours!

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          • normal-rebellious

            Autism is so much fun, all the exhaustion autistics get when they can't communicate properly to people, the doctors are on to them and they enter psychiatric wards, it's a piece of cake. ­čą░

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            • Meatballsandwich

              Yeah, spot-on, it's hella fun. Feel bad for the people who don't get to experience this.

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    • Giorgi

      Badge about how far they progressed given their diagnosis or condition?

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  • RoseIsabella

    So much nonsense.

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    • Giorgi

      Does your opinion of me vary from post to post as a person in theory that makes you question if i've ever been able to effectively integrate my own original identity that doesn't puzzle people. Or there's not really such a thing as a linear identity and personality characters that doesn't change?

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  • normal-rebellious

    I'm a robot who drinks oil to get me through the day, I eat nuts and I serve edible nuts to ten year old girls, everyone thinks I'm an ordinary robot and a dead one, and so it goes I'm programmed to drink mineral oil and as this is so, my internal combustion engine implodes and up I go making robot farts.

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  • Millie_the_evil_saint

    That's why you ask their age first.

    Also, why the parents think it's okay for their 10 year old to be chatting with strangers online is beyond me. Weirdo parents.

    OP you're also a weirdo for treating people online as your unpaid therapists. Stop. Your autism is no excuse to be a dickhead. Treat people with respect.

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  • 1WeirdGuy

    You need to add periods to your posts. This is really hard to read. Try to read it back and youll see.

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  • Tinybird

    There's no such thing as "friends of inappropriate age"

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    • Giorgi

      You can't ethically meet up as an adult or talk to someone of pre-pubescent age unless you're her guardian, a parent, care-giver, baby-sitter without majority of people raising an eyebrow getting a hint that there's malicious and unwanted motive behind the meeting and talking, everyone will say this. yes, there isn't such a thing as inappropriate age but the motive the most is done between pre-pubescent, early to mid teens to an older adult is apparent, obvious.

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      • Tinybird

        I can be friends with whoever I want, and actually my best friends are kids. They don't judge like adults do. I have also NEVER had ANY malicious intent towards them whatsoever, and actually I'd say, I was there for them when they had no one, and I was there to talk to when their parents were arguing and emotionally abusing them, and to help them. I have been friends with these 2 kids for about 3 years and still friends to this day, they look to me like I'm their big sis, and I look at them like almost my non-biological little brother and sister. (But really I'm more like an equal let's face it.) I don't see what the problem with that is.

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        • 1WeirdGuy

          You've said before that you are attracted to young boys so it makes the whole relationship a bit sus.

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          • Tinybird

            And? If I have only benefitted them and made them happy from my friendship, what's the issue? I'm not planning to do anything except being friends with them, cause they're my FRIENDS. If you want me to "get down with the kids" I'll say I'm "platonically" attracted to them. I don't desire sex. (Even though not desiring sex doesn't make one asexual) I'm what those hipsters would call "Hetero-romantic asexual." And anyway, atm I have a crush on Salad fingers.

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        • Giorgi

          It can be done only under a certain context, you can't just chat up a random pre-pubescent or an early teen person and meet up and children of these age ranges are the most exempted and monitored by guardians or parents when using social media. You can, under a context, in which you have an adult or close to your age friend or a girlfriend who has a sibling, then sure.

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        • Giorgi

          Yes, in your case, the kids you're friends with is done under circumstance and under situation in which no concern is raised and therefore you are in 100 % no suspicious zone, are totally no priority to the eyes of the law, so you're welcome. But just like I did, I could of have been interrogated and long story short, would of have had it's own ramifications repercussions, and consequences.

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        • Giorgi

          In other words, you can, however, context given modulates the entire scenario.

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    • Giorgi

      You may not have the authorities the eye on you yet, but by the time they have all the tools prepared, the moment there's evidence , you are criminally persecuted. a couple years ago I just had a female friend who was 14 and I was 19, and we simply spent time for the time being we were stuck behind 4 walls bored off our asses, isolation fueling further negative thoughts BUT there's an unwritten social rule that but by default the motive behind a meet up between a younger adult and a teenage girl is clear to everyone, unless you come up with evidence that the motive is otherwise.

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      • Tinybird

        an unwritten rule does not need to be followed. And plus, I'm a GIRL.
        And also, being friends with someone DOES NOT mean I want to fuck the person. Heck, I don't want to fuck ANYONE in real life.

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        • normal-rebellious

          I think you're devil food, the taste of girls tastes great, it's fun pulling girl's hair and being told you're God, by which I send you to heaven because you smell like a girl who never took a shower nor a bath nor wears deodorant, you stink, then I'll pull your teeth out and prescribe dentures, says the dentist.

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        • Giorgi

          I've seen enough videos and heard enough peer to peer stories of people here in israel, despite marijuana decriminalization, having been fined and taken their tobacco to the laboratory for investigation and scanning purposes to find any traces of plant matter or the active compounds that are in the banned and restricted listed such as cannabis sativa, the resin, except the hemp seed oil meant that hasn't flourished or blossomed to produce any of the prohibited compounds. Either way, things like that do happen, despite large scale tolerance and decriminalization and if we're talking about those following US states such as : Kansas, South Carolina, and even Texas (speculatively loosened laws), but you get it. You do have no intention to break a law, but whatever it is, despite the entity itself or the sequence of actions carrying no harm behind that raises concern and which most of times will, will at max get you questioned on spot, and the authorities leave you alone. But is it worth the risk? Just plan your meetings, you could just say baby-sitting, or say a daughter or son of your aunt or close friend, the problem has been basically solved.

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          • normal-rebellious

            Now, besides my black joke about girls, seriously, just because you're Asperger's it doesn't mean you can erroneously take strangers to be psychologists.

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        • Giorgi

          You can't do much about it, the world makes decisions independent of our ideologies and it doesn't matter how justified ours are, except that I agree with you, friend a 2 year old, but it is UNDER context.

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        • Giorgi

          I do get your motive and my motive is exactly the same, seems like you're not oriented enough around the law and how it works. Since you won't just blatantly walk in an illegal state with a dried up random herb used for cooking such as basil or other spicy stuff with the same terpenes as the still enforced and targeted marijuana in all quantities, You do get me, both acts of friending anyone of any age despite your motives and intentions behind being totally legal and ethical, and also wrapping stuff that are totally legal in a shape that raises concerns will get you INTERROGATED, MAYBE most likely ON spot on the street, once the big picture caught, you're good to go.

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          • normal-rebellious

            Could be, I see that herbs like basil have a place in the kitchen.

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  • Meatballsandwich

    As autistics, we have a god-given right to vent our anger at 10-year old kids, so you didn't do anything wrong.

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    • Millie_the_evil_saint

      What is this horseshit?

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      • Meatballsandwich

        It's called sarcasm, ever heard of it?

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      • Giorgi

        Oh wait, so nothing would really result out of it, unless I bullshit, you won't really reply. but your nickname fair enough feels fantasy movie or story themed involving witches and various snowflakes, not related?

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      • Giorgi

        My brain needs to be under a proper configuration and set a setting for people and newly met friends to take me for actual person i'm and social media set and setting is absolute shit, I wish I could meet people in real life from here as they can share some bizarre and weird stories but not crossing the boundaries, and also facing a person in real life and that makes me more careful with word choosing and not blatant bullshit posting but either way around, I sometimes don't know really, confused.

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        • normal-rebellious

          Does anyone feel like playing with girls? A little pinch and pulling their hair to hear them scream?

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