42 thoughts on “How do you fix your walk? Any tips for appearing less autistic in public?

    • Anonymous says:

      normies observe and mimic each other’s behaviour all the time without realizing it.
      autists have a hard time with that. so they will often observably walk in a strange way.
      normies will then make fun of them for walking weird and they won’t know what to do about it because no one explains what is weird about what they do and how they should do it instead to be normal.

        • Anonymous says:

          Then you’re probably the autistic one

          I walk normally and my close normie friends joke about it. I literally have no idea what they mean but they see something

        • Anonymous says:

          i guarantee to you have done it and not known about it.
          do you think people consciously learn accents when they go overseas and come back with one?
          nah, it just happens.

          Well, why dont you, instead of passively like normal people, actively mimic the normal walking behavior?

          instead of intuitive mimic, intentional mimic.

          >Well, why dont you

          because autistic people are genetically hecked up and/or brain damaged.
          they may be able to do that but it’s hard as heck.
          it’s like
          >what are these guys talking about? one foot in front of the other, same as them.
          it generally has to be explained to them like they are a stupid, because it’s kind of like they are.

      • Anonymous says:

        Well, why dont you, instead of passively like normal people, actively mimic the normal walking behavior?

        instead of intuitive mimic, intentional mimic.

        • Anonymous says:

          Because normalfags are the ones who actually walk wrong, that’s why so many of them have trouble with their feet once they are middle aged.
          Autists are inclined to walk in a more natural way, why would you change it for an inferior technique?

          • Anonymous says:

            A: because that’s what OP asked for
            B: that’s only a problem for people who stupid smash their heels for some reason instead of a gentle roll
            C: dont you have some yerba mate you need to brew up?

  1. Anonymous says:

    I do this autism toe walk, but only at home and when not wearing shoes. get some boots and just copy the way other people walk, watch some YouTube videos on changing your gait for improv comedy purposes.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Embrace it, everyone says I walk like a gorilla because I sway from aide to side in order to walk. Coolest shit I’ve ever seen

  3. Anonymous says:

    I would walk on my toes as a young kid because I was pretending in my mind to be a werewolf
    Autism or not it was fun and you all can die off about it

  4. Anonymous says:

    Stealing this thread for my own question.

    I have duck feet when I walk, my toes point out a little too far and people have commented on it.
    I think it’s also hecking up my knees. What can I do to correct this?

    >Lust provoking image for more visibility

    • Anonymous says:

      >What can I do to correct this?
      Start doing exercise that involves walking and/or running over long distances. In my experience my pigeon-toes became much less prominent as I got experienced at running, hiking and rucking.

  5. Anonymous says:

    speaking of accents: there is a young male autist way of speaking, like an accent.
    i am not sure where they get it or if it’s the same across generations.
    but if you hear a few of them you can learn to pick it.
    i think female autists have something similar but not as reliable and not the same as what the men get.
    for men it’s kind of a "nerd voice" but not quite what you probably imagine when you think of a nerd voice.
    for women, in my limited experience, it’s more about cadence.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Go to the gym. Your autism walking has probably unbalanced some muscles or something, similar to how people with phone hunched necks probably have super tight shoulders.
    So what began as a preference just becomes the way your body likes to do things.

    Try lots of stretches at home and pay attention to anything that hurts or catches, that muscle once you slowly stretch it is probably weak.

    It’s very hard to autism walk, skip and hop or tiptoe up stairs and all that if you’ve just got done squatting and deadlifting, or went for a boxing class, or etc.

  7. Anonymous says:

    come up with perfect responses that make them shut up
    people will never stop downing you especially since you show em it bothers you

  8. Anonymous says:

    What if I told you that we have it the wrong way around? That autists are the normal people and normies are the stupids? The more you think about it, the more true it appears. You’re nearly awake, anon.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I don’t do this but sometimes when I get excited I hunch over and take long fast steps with my eyes wide open, which scares people
    t. autistic

  10. Anonymous says:

    Went to a chiropractor and now i only do it 5-10mins after waking up. Still have a weird gait but I own it, got recognized on the street by my gait by an old friend I hadn’t seen in 10 years.

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