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5343ArticleJulieWell, I also have Asperger's Syndrome and I'm going to say, I wouldn't "trade myself" for someone else who doesn't. It's thanks to this that I'm able to love more than anyone. Of course, it makes me more innocent and susceptible to false friendships and betrayals. But I have lived through it all, so now I am "vaccinated" to identify these pitfalls. As for games, they're a beautiful escapism for everyone, not just for us. They bring music and cinema together in an interactive way like no other media has ever brought. No wonder it has become the most profitable media industry in existence. I'm retro gamer and I love all generations. And yes, I owe it to the 90s mags which marked an era. Nov 16, 2020View
5344ArticleBenjanime@Vapor i'm glad i could share a life experience in my perspective, there are many out there that don't always have a general idea of how autism can affect behaviors or interests for those diagnosed with it, thanks for reading ^^ @Julie i was also very trusting towards others from this, doing stuff for people whether or not they thanked me, though if i didn't get thanked, i felt like i could have done better as i got the feeling that i wasn't good enough. i'm glad we relate so well with turning to our love for games and the magazines to help us escape from reality, my love ♥Autism and video games: A connectionNov 16, 2020View
5345ArticleJulieI had a wealthy childhood during the 70s and 80s until my country started to be destroyed and my parents became more and more impoverished. My toys were mostly battery powered, many robots, the fashion toys that were advertised during the 80s TV ads. I had them all. The vast list of toys I had was very memorable and unforgettable. I just got rid of them because even if used with care and zeal, their engines started to stop working in the late 90s. It was very sad to see so many toys having to be sold. I had a wardrobe just for them due to the space they took in my room. Good times.Favorite childhood toys growing upNov 16, 2020View
5346ArticleBenjanime@ Mr Magic ooh nice! @ Julie yeah, it's unfortunate that with newer toys we got, they had to get replaced to save space :( even the closet i had was becoming buried with them and i had no shelves to put them on at the time. thanks for reading my love ^^Favorite childhood toys growing upNov 16, 2020View
5347ArticleJulieI stick with the A and B tier lists only. And we can have macaroni and cheese and chocolate pie too. :D Ranking Thanksgiving foods from childhoodNov 16, 2020View
5348ArticleBenjanime@ Vapor haha i would understand personal tastes for certain foods lol, i'm still a little picky these days @ Mr Magic that sounds great! @Julie i'll look forward to the amazing meal from you, for us, my love ❤Ranking Thanksgiving foods from childhoodNov 16, 2020View
5349Articletwcfan92My mom's typical Thanksgiving dinner consisted of: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, sweet potatoes (with marshmallows on top), cranberries from a can, green bean casserole, some kind of rolls, and pumpkin pie. And I liked all of it (even the cranberries). No tiers for me.Ranking Thanksgiving foods from childhoodNov 21, 2020View
5350Articletwcfan92The only toy I had here was Tomy Turnin' Turbo. We had a number of Hot Wheels sets, though. Hard to decide a favorite, but I was partial to Legos, Game Boy, Super Nintendo, and Micro Machines.Favorite childhood toys growing upNov 21, 2020View
5351ArticleBenjanime@twcfan92 your name is familiar, were you on retrojunk at one point?Favorite childhood toys growing upNov 21, 2020View
5352ArticlevkimoI found out more than once that the 2nd place price was better than the first. I'd much rather have a cool prop than a trip.Bill and Ted's Excellent MerchandiseDec 12, 2020View