By statistical definition yeah. Unless you define normal some other way, like a moral idealist pervert.>>122355115
Some people see themselves in a character and speculate they share traits with said character. For others it's a part of a weird fetish where they get to fantasize about fucking a cartoon lady after buying her a new addition to her bionicle collection. And for some pathetic bastards it's because they want to call fictional characters retarded but have been socially conditioned to avoid that word so they just use autism as a catch all generic substitute.>>122356382
Anon I'm verbal and high functioning, in that I can hold down a job and maintain certain social relationships. But you and me are a breed apart. To illustrate this I'm going to share you a story from my childhood. Until I was thirteen thought eye contact as a social norm was a giant crazy in-joke. This was because of an instinctual aggression and fear based response to it I have. One time my father was giving me a stern lecture for stealing cookies from the cookie jar on top of the fridge. He was very insistent that I look him in the eye. He got about half through the lecture before jumped on him and tried to bite his ear off. He had to get stitches from the hospital. I was punished for this action and sent to therapy. All this taught me was you couldn't react to the dumb joke with violence. It took me years to realize my parents were just doing a normal thing as opposed to a grand comical conspiracy. Because in my mind it was absolutely insane to think eye contact could ever be anything but a threat of violence, challenge, or insult. And decades later it still feels wrong to me, even though I can fake it to an extent. Still though if I had a time machine I would go back and strangle the special snow flake who turned their back on God's natural order by injecting this behavior into humanity I'd fucking do it in a heartbeat.