why are so many of you obsessed with the Asperger's condition and making fun of it? Just pathetic.
I've never heard of an asperger stare. Is it really a thing? Bomer's bright eyes are gayface to me.
Aspergers stare my ass.
It's a gay stare, just admit it gurls!
[quote]why are so many of you obsessed with the Asperger's condition and making fun of it?
No one is.
He does have an intense stare.
And that Simon Hals guy is indeed uber-creepy.
The Asperger's stare consists of a wide-aperture glare and slack facial muscles. It is as if you have just told a young child that God has died.
L-R: Asperger's stare girl; Matt Bomer; and Daryl Hannah, Queen of the Aspies.
It's the intense "where is that delicious freshly baked cookies smell coming from" stare
The reason many people find Simon Halls creepy is because he has the "Sociopath Stare." Note how his glare penetrates the screen, even in a poorly lit snapshot.
It is as if he has just told a young child that God has died, and that he (Simon) killed Him and ate His heart.
Yeah, physically Bomer's a god but not much of an actor. Needs to keep those looks up if he wants to have a long career.
Is this the same thing crazy eyes Ramona from Rhony has? I wonder if i have it, I've always been told my eyes are intense. Also been told I look like Gale Harold incl in the eyes - does he have an asperger stare?
Ramona Singer does not have the Asperger's Stare, the Asperger's stare conveys a blankness, which Ramona's certainly do not.
Not knowing anything about Ramona, I would say that based on her eyes she is very likely a sociopath.
They say it is a penetrating and alert look - because they are and it is.
Because R15 is defending the sociopath and the bias against him.
Where is that picture with SMG from?
My fave definition of Asperger's:
A fake disorder invented so that angsty antisocial teenagers with no personality or social skills could feel like they belonged to something. Symptoms include mediocre artistic and web-design skills, affection for emo, self-pity.
Used in a sentence: Bob told me he had asperger's syndrome, but in reality, he was just a social retard that nobody liked.