Cat Owners Explain How Cat Body Language Is Often Misinterpreted By 'Dog People'
My brother is autistic and while he has excellent language skills, it's very visibly obvious that he is mentally disabled. We were in the Costco food court eating a hot dog when he started loudly singing a Madonna song. Bless his heart but he is a terrible singer. There were a group of teens who, if you were to stereotype/judge by looking at them, looked like 'hooligans' sitting behind us. I was worried at first that we were going to get the usual BS comments but they started singing along with him! One came over, high fived him and started dancing. I will never, ever forget that as long as I live.
A friend and I were talking and she said "s**t" in front of the kid of another friend. I dismissed it by saying "Eh, she probably knows worse" We asked what was the worse word she knows. She very carefully looked around just in case her parents were around and whispered "selfish"