* ‘I wish I could get away with swearing like that!’ * ‘I wish I had what you had so I could get away with saying c**t/s**t/any other swear word to people I don’t like’ * ‘It must be so much fun to be able to just swear when you want’ * ‘I wish I … More What coprolalia really is.
Today I want to write about a product (or indeed company and a number of products from that company) that I use most days and on days I am out I use constantly. I am talking about the brilliant Stickman Communications Stickman Communications are a range of products that can be used to explain, express or … More Stickman Communications
I have many different products which help me cope each day with my various disabilities. Some of which are designed for that purpose, some which I use differently to the more commercial purpose they are sold for. Some things I use daily, or at all times, some less regularly and a few in certain circumstances. … More The Squease
Ever heard or said these phases: ‘I wish I had OCD so I could have a clean home/have my DVDs in alphabetical order/etc, etc, etc’ ‘I’m so OCD about having my books neat/about parking within the lines/etc, etc, etc’ I am sure a lot of people who say these and similar phases don’t mean to … More ‘I’m so OCD about…’
Sarcasm: ‘The use of irony to mock or convey contempt’ Joke: ‘A thing that someone says to cause amusement or laughter, especially a story with a punchline’ Metaphor: ‘a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable.’ Figure of speech: … More No, I really don’t get it!
So I thought a lot of my blog posts are quite serious in topic, and I thought I’d do a blog post where I answered some random questions I’ve found. So you might learn something new about me, it might be interesting, boring, or random. But hopefully this will be a bit of fun to … More Answering random questions
Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) (AKA Central Auditory Processing Disorder) can be a disorder in its own right, or it can be as a symptom or part of another condition. Not every autistic person has APD, but it is quite common amongst autistic people. So what is APD. Well it is a difficulty processing sounds in … More Auditory Processing Disorder