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IVE GOT ASSPEERRGRERRRSS LOLZ PPL!!! by Little-rolling-bean IVE GOT ASSPEERRGRERRRSS LOLZ PPL!!! by Little-rolling-bean
I hate it when I look into somebody's signature and it says stuff like 
"I am Aspergers" 
"lol I am Autistic I am randommm!"
"I have Bi Polar so respect me!" 

I have Aspergers and I find these sort of people really offensive. My sister is Autistic and goes on websites and she does not even parade it around like you arrogant self-diagnose people. I do not use my disability as an excuse, I did not even ever mention it until now! Not even on my profile. Having a disability is not a fashion, and if you announce it in your signature, I am sorry but I do not believe you really have one. You just put it there to expect sympathy when you do stupid shit :no: 

Seriously, you should be happy to be normal. I cannot listen at school, I am socially awkward around people, I get obsessed with shit, the school teachers at my old school completely ignored my disability and labeled me as stupid, and didn't do shit when I was bullied for my slowness. I still have to count on my fingers and every now and then in a middle of a sentence I get a mental block. And I forget some grammar and spelling if you can see in my other stamps. How is that cool or fashionable? I am not ashamed, but I am not proud.
I try to improve though, getting better at grammar and spelling and is now at the top of the class in maths and english (special ed though). Because I would be a twit to be lazy and not try to improve because of my disability.

Unlike you self diagnose cuntheads that probably don't even have a disability.

I'm in a bad mood :stare:

To the people who really do have a disability but have it in your signature, I suggest you take it off since it makes many people think like this. Profile is OK, signature is too far.

I am scared posting this stamp. Anything offensive I say please tell me D:
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:iconmrsnackmix:
MrSnackmix Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2018  Professional Artist
I mean i don't need to announce my autism because my shitposts already do just that.
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SchwarzA Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2018  Student General Artist
I think I have aspergers also :/ Everything u wrote is... is just like me!
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catrabbit7582 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You did a good job explaining your point and what is the issue about what's happening in this world. I got diagnosed of PDD at age 3 1/2 because I was very quiet and anti social. My parents were worried about me and my health (My brother has autism so I may caught some of that gene from birth). I also suffer a form of anxiety. I'm very quiet, talented with drawing, writing, singing and music. I can go to a regular classes but I have one special ED class. I'm normal with Motor skills. I'm a little sensitive about some things and I want everyday to be perfect. I don't know if I still suffer PDD but I do know I still suffer anxiety; One disability will not stop me of what I do.
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OC-Goddess Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have mine listed in my FAQ ( which isn't on my actual page ) mainly because people kept asking about them and I got annoyed repeating myself 
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SuperToni14 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
My classmates need to see this stamp. I'm freaking sick and tired of them constantly making fun of people with disabilities. Not actually saying it to their faces, but they treat each other like they have special needs. They would be like "HAHA! YOU SPELLED A WORD WRONG! YOU'RE STUPID FOR SPELLING WORDS WRONG!" "GO PLAY IN YOUR WHEELCHAIR!" "USE YOUR SAFE HANDS!" "I DON'T WANNA BE PARTNERS WITH (classmate's name) HE HAS SPECIAL NEEDS!" "DON'T FORGET YOUR LEARNING TABLET AND YOUR COLORING PACKET." "YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW HOW TO COUNT! HAHA!!"

It's.
Freakin'.
ANNOYING.
And.
OFFENSIVE.

And heck, my classmates and I go to an INCLUSION school! Does the word "inclusion" mean nothing? It would hurt my feelings because I actually have Autism and people use that and other disabilities (including Cancer) as jokes and fads or use them as excuses to be buttheads. Like stop with that crummy stuff!
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catrabbit7582 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's sad....
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Phracker Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Agreed.
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3729234732y74 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2017  Student General Artist
some people who have social disabilities like to announce it because thats literally part of their disability: not knowing whats "socially acceptable" LOL not everyone who does it is in some kind of self diagnosis conspiracy 
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Takura-Sama Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This. It's so damn true. 
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neonwolf15 Featured By Owner Edited Sep 2, 2017
Its true though, you want a disability? See how your life is without and with it.

Its offensive to SAY you have a disability when YOU DON'T, people mocked me for being slow, bad at grammar, and socially awkward, and having anxiety kinda.

BUT I DON'T HAVE A DISORDER. Its just the fact that my mind is wild, some people just LOVED to humiliate me, and I'm stressed out easily, and fear failure.
Its NOT FUNNY to joke about this kind of shit! People with disorders can't control it! I may not have a disorder, but I know its not funny to pretend you have one!
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree! I have dyslexia and without auto correct my spelling would be shit! It's not something anyone wants. It feels terrible when people make out everything you say is invalid because you often don't put the right commer here or spelling there. I cannot help it.
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TheLuigiLord Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2017
My friend's dad is deaf and has a hearing aid, like said friend's brother (who is also my friend), but, unlike my friend, he refuses to wear it and demands praise. He's in jail and my friend's mother is getting professional help, so they are being taken care of by their older brother. Rough.
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b-Eggot Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I honestly want special snowflakes to tattoo their ''illnesses'' to their face, like actually tattooing it and walking around with it. If they're so special and happy of their illness that they must show off like an athlete showing off their price, might as well slap a label onto them and see how they like it. It just makes me mad, especially considering people that think that a mental illness is the only thing to a person when there is so much more to them. But these cunts only make the situation worse...
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shark-detective Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
It IS offensive.
Most people say it to get fame :T 
a disabillity is NOT cool, same for Bi-polarism, Depression or being bullied/or socially akward. 

just because a edgy teens mom didn't buy them a barbie doll or a kid called them fat everyday does NOT mean the edgy kid is FUCKING DEPRESSED. I've seen alot of those on DA :l 

another thing, how the bloody shark is a disabillity cool? It means the person suffers, don't say you're "insane" or "pure evil".
pure evil isn't drawing fucking wolves, pure evil is making war, creating deadly machines, PURE EVIL is to torture Rainwings in a volcano. If you were insane or pure evil you won't be sitting with your ass on a laptop, you would be on the run from the police with barely no time to say 'im edgy!!!1!!!' on instagram.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
EXACTLY!!!
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Donut-917 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh I totally understand where you are coming from, I actually have several mental disorders and seeing these people just announcing their "disabilities" is just plain rude.  If you just parade yourself around with these claims, there is a near 100% chance you are faking it, I just want to know why they do it though, just to make up a goddamn excuse for being an idiot?  I was labelled as dumb at my school because I had ADHD so I don't want to see these little fuckers just going around and faking their problems.  If they actually understood what it's luck to be one of us, they'd appreciate being normal
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MaIachlte Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2017
I laugh about my disabilities because it's how I cope, I make fun of myself being partially blind, I laugh about my mental issues, because it's how I cope
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Aeskulapmoth Featured By Owner Edited May 16, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
especially when using your disability as an excuse for LITERALLY EVERYTHING YOU DO WHEN IT´S NOT EVEN THE PRIMARY CAUSE!!!
Education and therapy is a thing... (It took me years of therapy and discipline sure...but it´s not impossible!!!)
Personally, if I do somthing wrong and I know I can change it to better myself I FUCKING WILL instead of constantly excusing myself ...
at least I TRY!!!
Sometimes, talking about my Aspergers can even make me a bit uncomfortable because I´m afraid people will either missunderstand me and/or label me as something I`M NOT
Besides, even though some aspects of aspergers might be the reason I am well informed in things that interest me and somthing like that, I sometimes really wish I never had this disability, since it makes life way exhausting(sensory overload) and awkward...not to mention I got bullied because of it...
And I wish Asperges would be my only problem right now...having Anxiety and even MILD depression is NOT FUN AT ALL!!! You don´t want to have it, trust me...
Seeking a therapist to fight them just gets difficult because of those in the first place.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner May 16, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree. I take pills, see a psychologist and try my best to combat my feelings. Its like walking with out a leg, it may be hard, but practicing with prosthetic exist. 
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FATMANWALKTHELAND Featured By Owner May 14, 2017
I would not curse disability on anyone
then if someone ask me i am 
not ashamed  and for some weird reason I am almost proud of it!
even though i am simple mind it those give me an odd unique able to see the world threw child like eyes 
not worrying or caring what people think of me  
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chaseawaythedark Featured By Owner May 12, 2017  Student Writer
I absolutely HATE it when people romanticise? (Forgot how to spell. Good job me) or think that having a mental disorder will mean you're cool or special. It's not something to be joked about! It's a serious topic and should not be used flippantly!
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shark-detective Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Exactly. Funny thing, it's internet culture to tell somebody they are cancer :l Cancer is a very dangerous disease, and this is to all these immature 40 year olds crushing peoples dreams on a cafe in a rat game. 
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IvoryAlmonds Featured By Owner May 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
My brother is actually diagnosed as an asperger and has the documents, but he doesn't sit up and scream it to the world. He just wears a chain to project that he has autism and his mother and father's phone number if he gets into trouble.

Seeing people who scream they have autism and boasts about it makes me sad. It's not fun, seeing my brother struggle.
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HystericalVixen Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Tumblr, I have never seen so many people so open and social about their mental illnesses and abused lives.
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DOSHLORD Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not only that but, people with actual mental illnesses can perfectly blend in with society.

My mum's got PTSD and SAD and you probably wouldn't even know it unless you raided her medicine cabinet.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Exactly. I have Autism (recently been re-diagnosed), and despite my strange habits (such as saying random words, flapping my hands and hitting my head), I can control those impulses in public and in company and seem like a "normal" person. 
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cookiepink3 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I feel you. My disorders are ADHD and social pragmatic disorder, and it makes school difficult, especially when you have 8 periods. (Plus I was way too late when diagnosed) ^^; Still, I hope you're able to cope with what you have. :huggle:
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks :)
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cookiepink3 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome. :huggle:
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KisekaePop1604 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2017  Student Digital Artist
My ex does this a lot. I stumbled onto their laptop's history and saw a website listing disorders and disabilities, then I saw that they were putting those on their tumblr so then they'd get attention. They literally only have two, they do not have 50 or whatever they say like they say they do.  
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
wtf what an ass!
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KisekaePop1604 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2017  Student Digital Artist
She really was 
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pocketsizedoreo Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2017
Is it OK to put it in your signature so people don't attack them when they act up. Some of them can't control themselves sometimes and end up saying things they don't mean.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I understand that, but they should still try to improve themselves. I have Autism, meaning I can get angry easily, and I find it so hard to interact with people. Despite this I try so hard and I have and is improving. 
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pocketsizedoreo Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2017
I think it's useful for people who like to snap at people who act a bit childish.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah
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Wish-I-Was-Finnish Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
If you do actually have it (as in professionally diagnosed by a doctor), but don't want to feel like such a freak, it's okay to innerly feel alright with being what you are. But don't think yourself superior. You're different, but not better. Neither is anyone else.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I do not feel ashamed of it anymore because it has helped me be who I am. 
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Wish-I-Was-Finnish Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
True.
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DrFlygon Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
if anyone has a problem they won't parade it around.

which is why i hate "proud to be ______" (insert random disorder) stamps.

DON'T BE PROUD OF IT. At best, hide it!
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HystericalVixen Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm professionally diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and PTSD and the Tumblrinas who claim to have Bipolar Disorder and PTSD sure don't post realistic descriptions of it. They say it's self diagnosed, but I don't trust that because you can literally diagnose yourself with ANYTHING on the internet. For example, I did research on why I sneeze when I eat (because I thought I may have an allergy to some food) and I was able to diagnose myself with asthma and liver cancer. Both of which I don't have. 
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
It's ok to suspect you have something, but to say you HAVE it is just stupid. Doctors exist for a reason. 

Its ts funny how these self diagnosed fakers are often worse than the ones who have been professionally diagnosed. I have been diagnosed with Aspergers/autism, misophonia and selective mutism. Because of that I have been given the right medication for it and my misophonia has gone down by a lot as well as my selective mutism. 
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ReaderSystem Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree that when others fake disorders it's annoying... but, just like every label in life, having a label for something you live every day means that sometimes you wanna feel less alone in the world... so by talking about your disabilities, etc, it makes it more normal, and to some it makes you feel less like you are a freak for dealing with these things.

~ Signed a neurodivergent system
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
its ok to talk about them, but I dont like it when people brag
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ReaderSystem Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree, to an extent, but I feel like it's sometimes used as a defense mechanism... I used to work suicide groups and such and ran across a lot of individuals who would borderline "brag" about it... at first it annoyed me but I feel that it was their way of coping with the fact that society doesn't view them as normal.
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
You make a good point, especially since you worked with people like that.
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CrystalMoonArtist Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2017  Student Writer
Dear Special Snowflakes who pretend to have dissorders:

I have deppression and OCD (diagnosed by a DOCTOR). Trust me it is NOT fun.
How would you feel if every second of time mattered SO much you frequently ask what time it is, and when you don't know an obnoxious ringing starts.
How would you feel to think everything's crap, and constantly want to hurt. How would you feel for someone to MOCK your pain? Not very good? So stop doing it. 
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kirbyfan2377 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Little-rolling-bean That is exactly how I feel. My cousin has autism and I have Aspergers. Before I used to brag about, but now I don't even care. 
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I see
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