I brought my laptop-going to play some games in a quiet room, or read a book on physics or math or something.
Make sure that I talk to EVERYYYONE at the partay! Or at least get to know some people. Wooo hooo!!
Talk to a few people here and there, but none of them seem to relate to me.
Drive home, get back to science lab or whatever interests me far more than a silly party.
I remember having trouble telling people what I want, I used/use a lot of hand gestures to signal my needs.
The way people communicated did not make any degree of sense, it took me a while to figure out those little social ediquettes.
I was smooth and fluent when talking to my peers, and mostly/always could relate to them.
I considered myself normal, I blended with the crowd, mostly under the radar.
Yes, I almost never "get the hint" as to whether or not someone is being sarcastic.
Usually I get it, but sometimes I just don't. I take it literally and sometimes I get angry.
Sarcasm is utterly pointless. There is no logical basis in fooling people, and I never can understand this phony way of communicating.
I can read sarcasm like its a book, no-problemo!
Nope, I'm always up to date with the latest TV shows, etc. I usually can chime in on almost any conversation. Unless its something nerdy.
Never, conversation topics do not seem to correlate with my own interests.
I watch a little TV, listen to the radio, usually I know what people are talking about.
Quite excessively- I don't share many interests with people but I can talk about a few things.