• Do women have wenises?

    Best answer: Ignoring the fact that you have to be 13 years old to have an account here, I'll give you an honest answer just for my own amusement. From Dictionary.com: "The actual area of the elbow which wenis often refers to can be called the olecranal skin and the antecubital fossa. The wenis component of this... show more
    Best answer: Ignoring the fact that you have to be 13 years old to have an account here, I'll give you an honest answer just for my own amusement.

    From Dictionary.com: "The actual area of the elbow which wenis often refers to can be called the olecranal skin and the antecubital fossa. The wenis component of this phrase is not always used in reference to the elbow." So yes.
    5 answers · 5 hours ago
  • 19years old?

    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Will Vitamin C 500 mg per day increase cancer risk?

    Best answer: I've been taking Vitamin C (500 mg a day) for almost 10 years now and can convincingly attest that it has helped me more than otherwise. It's a water-soluble vitamin so most of it is going to get washed away within a day if not readily assimilated. If you're concerned about specific health improvements... show more
    Best answer: I've been taking Vitamin C (500 mg a day) for almost 10 years now and can convincingly attest that it has helped me more than otherwise. It's a water-soluble vitamin so most of it is going to get washed away within a day if not readily assimilated. If you're concerned about specific health improvements then look into ketogenic diets. It's a more wholesome alternative to single supplements.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it possible to develop autism later in teen years.?

    Say aged 16-18. If so, what are the signs and symptoms?
    Say aged 16-18. If so, what are the signs and symptoms?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can dyslexia be ruled out if: I am a great writer, don't struggle with spelling (usually), and I'm good at math. (There's more)?

    Here's the thing: I couldn't find specific answers to my questions via a google search, therefore this was my next stop. PLEASE only respond if you have had experience with dyslexia/learning disabilities. I DO in fact know that you cannot "diagnose" me, and clearly, I need to be screened by a... show more
    Here's the thing: I couldn't find specific answers to my questions via a google search, therefore this was my next stop. PLEASE only respond if you have had experience with dyslexia/learning disabilities. I DO in fact know that you cannot "diagnose" me, and clearly, I need to be screened by a doctor for a proper diagnosis, etc. With that being said, what I WOULD like to know is if the possibility for dyslexia to be RULED OUT. When I LOOK at a reading that is long and dense, I become overwhelmed...even anxious, possibly. My brain feels mental fatigue to the point that I can't even bring myself to read. I do not experience jumbling words/letters/numbers tho. When I do force myself to read (when able), often, I am consumed by excessive sleepiness and tend to be unable to further read without a nap. I often (not always) poorly interpret ideas from the reading, even in the rare instances when I CAN pay close attention enough to remember what I just read, and when I do not fall asleep reading. Basically, I find many ideas often times very ambiguous, and struggle to decide the correct idea intended to be conveyed. I am a super strong writer. I go to UC Berkeley and get A's in all of my upper division papers. I do not have trouble spelling (usually)/identifying words, or punctuation. I am particularly strong at math and physics (I'm a physics major, and I love it because the readings required are less dense, and because I can interactively engage by working through problems).
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does having autism give me an intellectual advantage over normal people?

    Just wondering, because many people say that autistic people have slightly higher intellect than normal people (Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, etc.). Is it really worth having that intellectual edge over non-autistic people for not being able to get laid?
    Just wondering, because many people say that autistic people have slightly higher intellect than normal people (Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, etc.). Is it really worth having that intellectual edge over non-autistic people for not being able to get laid?
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why do autistic people not like too much sound?

    my mom babysits an autistic kid and if things like we talk to loud or the tv it to loud he covers his ears, why does he do that, does it hurt?
    my mom babysits an autistic kid and if things like we talk to loud or the tv it to loud he covers his ears, why does he do that, does it hurt?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Teachers; 13yo on IEP still fails classes?

    He’s on an IEP for ASD, adhd & anxiety. I’m emailing his teachers weekly to be sure he’s on track. Not all of the teachers respond so I never know how things are going. Then we get report cards and I see he’s failed a class. Isn’t the point of an IEP is to prevent that from happening? The school thinks I’m... show more
    He’s on an IEP for ASD, adhd & anxiety. I’m emailing his teachers weekly to be sure he’s on track. Not all of the teachers respond so I never know how things are going. Then we get report cards and I see he’s failed a class. Isn’t the point of an IEP is to prevent that from happening? The school thinks I’m being ridiculous
    12 answers · 1 month ago
  • Are there any options for special needs students capable of grade level work if the school won't let them in mainstream classes? Outside of?

    Tutoring after school for enrichment?
    Tutoring after school for enrichment?
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • I took an iq test from my psychiatrist. they told me i dont have learning disabilities. what is the issue i have called?

    https://mail.yahoo.com/d/folders/2/messa... thats a link to the assement conducted by my psychiatrist.
    https://mail.yahoo.com/d/folders/2/messa... thats a link to the assement conducted by my psychiatrist.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why do parents get so upset when their autistic kids forget to say “thank you” or use other manners?

    It’s 2018 and even with all the awareness of autism, autistic kids are still screamed at and punished for forgetting to say just a couple of words. It is very hard for people with autism to learn and remember these things. Please just let them get away with it. If someone doesn’t say thank you, just think they’re... show more
    It’s 2018 and even with all the awareness of autism, autistic kids are still screamed at and punished for forgetting to say just a couple of words. It is very hard for people with autism to learn and remember these things. Please just let them get away with it. If someone doesn’t say thank you, just think they’re autistic
    6 answers · 1 month ago