Literal assumptions is like all I can do so bear with me here.
The witty humor in these strips is now becoming more abound.
I'm glad the new format is working. I do miss doing some of the satirical humor, but I'm enjoying the challenge of turning my experiences with having ASD (and perhaps OCD and Anxiety) into something that others that have it can nod their head to, something that folks that don't have it can learn something from, and something that everyone can get a laugh out of.
Again, thankies for the feedback on it! Changing the type of humor was a big, scary leap, and I was worried if it would work out or not. Seems to be working out better than the last one. ^^
It can also mean only seeing things from your point of view, or seeing just a part of a larger picture.
And fourth pannel....so cute. XD
I wanted to go into paleontology when I was younger, but was discouraged from doing so by my folks (who said that there weren't many job opportunities involved in it).
So glad I graduated and don't have to do that anymore. XD
The stuff I always had problems with were the proverbs that were sort of "out there". For example, "a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush". It was explained to me once recently, but I still can't seem to comprehend what the heck it means.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=dN2g_E… www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-0zVz… www.youtube.com/watch?v=6S7zwX… I got the term "bartle-doo" from Ed Bassmaster on YouTube who makes prank phone calls and sometimes goes out in public as his character "Mumbles". Mumbles is a cowboy with a speech impediment. His catch phrase is "bartle-doo". I just use it or make up some other random gibberish to describe things that are vague to me to get across to the other person that they might as well tell be to go "bartle-doo" or "lafifagig" to illustrate to them that unless they specifically tell me what actions I need to do, their words are gibberish to me.