it wasn't really adorable to me (the bf), although she was cute in other ways. Most people couldn't tell that she had aspergers unless she told them so, they all just thought that it was just shyness or severe social anxiety (which she did have as well). The aspergers really seemed to exacerbate her social anxiety too, since she couldn't read subtle social cues, so she tended to assume the worst.
The entire situation was kind of sad (or maybe that's just in retrospect?), so it's hard for me personally to think it's adorable; but I guess maybe to a 3rd party it might be nice to watch in some way (if you like that sort of thing). She ended up trying to break up with me a few times, giving some bs excuses, like she though that I should be with someone who can express her own feelings, and understand mine. But I wouldn't accept that (which my sister thought was romantic, but my female cousin said was abusive "she doesn't need your permission to break up with you asshole".) Eventually we broke up for unrelated reasons though after graduating college, and like >>95433167
says, it was somewhat to do with both of us no longer putting in the effort to keep the relationship working.