Discussion in 'Community' started by EmpireForever, Sep 28, 2013.
I can see forever!
i can see clearly now the rain is gone
He doesn't blink in that movie.
I do, but then people tell me my eyes are disturbing and creepy. So then I don't.
Most of the time. However,if they are really hot or I hate them, it gets hard to look into their eyes.
I prefer to look at somebody's general face. On an instinctual level staring into a persons eyes always seemed a bit confrontational or aggressive, as if I was challenging their authority.
Typically I am doing something when someone is talking to me or the person I am talking to is doing something. So in either case eye contact is never really made as I or the person I am speaking to continues looking at whatever they were or are doing. Occasionally I or that person would look up and momentarily look at either myself or the person but long periods of eye contact are never made.
But rarely do I look someone in the eye, if I do I tend to immediately begin to sweat, my eyes water profusely, and my body begins to twitch. Oddly though the only way I've found to avoid those is to make everything I say a lie, then I seem perfectly normal.
No. I recently learnt that my avoidance of eye contact is a trait of having aspergers (which I also only recently discovered I have).
I'm also not great at reading body language.
I'm autistic and shy, so no, not really.
I talk to the boobs.
Of course. What the hell is wrong with you people?
Not really. I don't want to know. Don't PM me. Oh God no. Stop it.
I look people in the forehead when I talk to them.
Freaks them out.
That's why you won't look me in the eyes, Rogue_Ten?
Um I always do. I distrust people who don't, as they've either got Assburgers or some other excuse for strangeness, or are KGB spies and not to be trusted.
What if they're wearing sunglasses?
Hey Ender, how about this guy? He turns your assumption on its head. The only time he looks you in the eye is when he's lying.
I love it.
You slap them off their face.
What if they're nailed on the person's face?
If they're wearing sunglasses, apply what you know of human facial geometry to their face and look at where their eyes should be. One of two things will happen; 1) You'll be looking into their eyes, or 2) You'll be highlighting to them the genetic deformity that is their misshapen head, with eyes out of usual place. Their insecurities will be amplied beyond reason, but how were you meant to know they were a googly-eyed freak?
Either way, good outcomes.
Keep going at it. They will eventually fall off.
Or use the part of the hammer tasked with removing nails first?
Won't I get arrested?
What are we, your lawyers? Sure, you may or may not.
Yes. I am looking into your eyes - nay, your soul - as I say this.