I Adore Myself so Much I Could Hug and Kiss ME All Over
Aspie: Why I am So Awesome?
Take a Chance on Me…PLEASE!!!
Why I Adore ME:
1) My super-sized brain that enables me to be in anytime and anyplace with the blink of my pretty eye.
2) The capacity I have to entertain myself in thought over the most seemingly simplistic ideas, such as how well do I actually know the back of my hand, and am I the only one that isn’t familiar with the back of their hand, and am I more familiar with the lens of my eyeball from which I see, even though I can’t see my eyeball when I’m looking out in the world, and is my eyeball invisible? How can I see straight through my eyeball without seeing any of it at all?
3) My intense humor that makes my internal organs giggle, while producing this devious, I-am-so-radical-and-fantastic grin across my blushing face.
4) My ability to laugh at myself, over and over and over again, and my ability to point out my bazar weirdness so my friend, or neighbor, or complete stranger can laugh about me, too. Even though I know secretly they are laughing at themselves, because I am a reflection of them. And if I point that out, I like to watch their faces turn sheet white.
5) My huge empathy for everyone and everything. My urge to get out of my van and find out why the man crossing the road is homeless and to fix him all up, like in the movies. And to turn him into a freakishly charming prince, and ride off in his shopping cart into the distant sunset, all in a matter of moments, inside my brain, while stopped at the downtown stoplight.
6) My urge to save the world with my ever-building (secret hidden) super powers.
7) My butt. It’s just plain cute.
8) My need to talk to safe-looking strangers, and to compliment them, so I can see them smile and their eyes light up. The expressions I magically produce on others’ faces when my compliment is unexpected and downright odd. “Oh your house is so big and lavish and fantastic. Is this your dream house? Is this your dream come true? I wish I had a house like this. It’s so perfect. Did it cost a lot of money?” pause… “Oh, did I forget to introduce myself.”
9) My ability to have simultaneous sensations. While this isn’t the best: sticky, bitter taste in mouth, jagged bottom tooth puncturing tongue, hard chair penetrating butt, shoulders stinging from typing, throat a bit scratchy, ears hurting from hum of fridge, airplane flying overhead, clock ticking….This is fantastic: moss the brightest magical green on trees, leaves dancing and spinning in front of me as they float off the branches, spider web glistening and singing in beauty, dog smiling at me, feet crunching the leaves, rain tickling tongue, birds singing in unison: a mystical choir, flapping of wings, insects leaping, squirrels pitter-pattering and playing hide-and-seek, wind lapping hair, warmth of wool hat, heaviness of thick winter coat, comfort of wool socks, swishing of pants, the sound of my own song, the sigh, the deep breath, the inhale of fresh crisp forest air, my pulse, my heart, my stomach, my skin, my being, my total beauty connected with the world.
10) My ability to be remarkably insecure and overly confident at the exact same instant. Especially concerning my wit, charm, intelligence, and hair.
11) My need for approval while constantly denying the need for approval, as you simply don’t exist outside of my limited perception and this created illusion.
12) My bouncy spirit. No matter how low or how high, I’m always bouncing inside with the thought of getting to know you and be your friend, and learn everything about you, once you have read my blog and can recite my entire life story, so you can relate everything about you back to me, and thusly keep me the center of attention, so I know I exist somewhere inside the illusion you’ve created, because the thought of being an invisible empty space, as is clearly feasible when considering the vast universe between my spinning molecules, puts me into a state of hyper-awareness of the need to validate my existence.
13) The fact that I’m uncommon and could never ever be common and ordinary, as hard as I tried, except for the fact that Nerd and Geek are coming into the mainstream fashion; so I might feasibly become the norm, my non-ordinariness becoming ordinary; that leads me to believe I need to create another part of me so I can maintain my uniqueness before society tries to suck it out of me. Perhaps I will sprout wings or let my antennae grow…or reveal my secret lizard tongue!
14) My want to use made up words that make sense to me, and the knowledge that every word has been invented by someone, so that no words are real anyhows.
15) My ability to see patterns everywhere, to solve complex riddles while I’m sleeping, and to wake in the middle of the night with an entire script in my head that I know without a doubt I have to share with the world or I will have not fulfilled my mission on earth!
16) The ability to be entirely ME, and to see that ME is constantly in transition, that ME is subjective.
17) The way coffee turns me into an unstoppable engine of achievement (inside my head.)
18) The way I can open the number of my chocolate advent calendar in December, eat the chocolate, feel the smooth tingle go down my throat and chill of pleasure up my spine, sigh deeply, and feel like I’ve actually accomplished something for the day.
19) How I can predict and time my bodily functions and hormones. “Bitch today; check in tomorrow.”
20) Just the grandness of knowing there are other people who get me, and the giddiness I am able to feel in knowing that we are all so fricken insane that it brings saneness back into the ball field, all redressed in the ultimate coolness of different.
^^^ The song I danced to in the sauna over and over today, while I was staring at my goldfish, and thinking I’m on the other side of glass just like them; I wonder if they think I am a fish. Maybe I am a fish. Then I clucked like a chicken for absolutely no reason at all.
I have not had the chance to ask my husband if this is socially acceptable or not. So I will take a chance and make a disclaimer: My gigantic over-sized lizard tongue is not meant to be sexual in any way.
24 thoughts on “270: Warning: Lizard Tongue”
I like the idea of your organs giggling! 🙂
me, too 🙂
YOU used the words, “ball field” in a non-sports related sentence. Wow!
Wow what a long tongue you have,cool 😛
hahahaha It’s cool for sure. lol
OK, now I adore you!
Awe…so sweet Seasweetie 🙂
I have to know, can you touch your nose with that Lizard tongue?
The tip…yes.. lol lol
What a fun post. May I join the fun? “scrubble and tample”, the method for cleaning a fresh wound while showering: “flatosphere” the shape of a tire. Try this, say a word you’ve never said, (mine was “tarmac”) Try to make a sound you’ve never made before. Stick your tongue on a hollow core door to see if your memory of the taste is accurate compared to your babyhood days. So much yet to do!!!
Love your words. Flatosphere ought to be in the dictionary. Word I’ve never said: blockofart hehehehe sound: ker9(gargle)(purr) lol I’ll try the door one another time…lol. Thanks for the fun!
i know i already said this today, but again… it’s like reading my own thoughts. ARE YOU ME IN AN OVERLAPPING TIME WARP??
That’s so cool. That makes me happy! Yay, us. We’re super great! 🙂
thanks for stopping by my blog! i would really love it if you would read this post in particular: http://fieryskulldiaries.com/2012/10/20/i-am-on-the-autism-spectrum/
…it was in reading this post by you: https://aspergersgirls.wordpress.com/2012/02/10/aspergers-traits-women-females-girls/ …that i suddenly KNEW i have aspergers. i cried when i read it. i’m now in the process of seeking a diagnosis… which is apparently a frustratingly overcomplicated thing to do.
I think you just spontaneously combusted, Sam. You are glorious:)
You are always so uplifting. Thank you. If there is any writing of yours you’d like me to read, please let me know. ~ Sam
Your disclaimer is not necessary to anyone who knows you, Sam.
I did notice, however, lack of any lizardness.
thanks Scott :)))
Sam … Sam… Sam… Sam I am. Yes, you are. Lord, child, you make me tired. Thank goodness I’m not an Aspie! I don’t have the necessary energy level. Ha Ha. How could anybody not love an Aspie like Sam? 🙂
Love this comment. Hope all is well. Hugs