I could tell he has something because he was very talkative almost seemed nervous but he started the conversation. He would talk about random things (Politics, military conspiracy) and look at in my eyes for short time then look away or around. Or if I was messing with my shirt or fingers he would look there. He seemed distracted and would look at passing people. He literally randomly got up left his stuff near me and randomly came back. He would not stay still.
I've known people with autism and asbergers and I wasn't sure what he might have... It could be asbergers because of the interest in one subject , and social awkwardness but... He started the conversation. I thought ADHD because couldn't stay still or focus for long. But then I thought maybes he's nervous?
by the way I don't care what he has he was cute! And smart ! Had a good job I just wish I got his name/ number 😞
he deffiantly didn't look like he would have any trouble with female
I have adhd and ASD, the dude just sounds like he's nervous.
He would have been able to keep eye contact with you longer and focus on you better. Since you are a new person to him, if he had adhd that would have been easy to just focus on you. Even more when your something he finds really interesting. Only look away when that person is boring and talking about a subject we don't give a damn about.
I will admit, you made it sound like you could easily slap adhd kind of label which annoyed me a bit. Everyone these days seems to just slap that damn label on every person that acts somewhat like adhd. So nobody truly believes when someone actually has it. -_-
Well you're not a psychologist and going by your examples it could easily be a few other mental problems that caused that. It could also be perfectly normal anxiety from meeting a woman he likes. If this is his first time talking to a woman in a romantic/flirtatious way then it's probably normal.
Kinda crazy how you can pick up on all these social intricacies but you can't spell 'definitely' or 'Aspergers.' Though for all I know he could have been extremely overt with them, I dunno, I wasn't there.
Anyway I dunno, sounds more like ADHD to me. If he were an autist I doubt he would have had the courage to try speaking to you at all.
He's got some form of autism. Take it from a guy that has it. I talk non-stop, I've avoided eye contact for years, I've been on the subject of the Titanic for almost eight years and I talk about random things. I think he's got a form of autism.
If you can't spell Asperger syndrome , don't try to make a diagnosis. Leave that to a shrink.
Sounds like mean but I dont have any of those. I think its just cause he's scared of looking at a certain place too long because he's afraid people will think he's staring. The getting up randomly and walking away part I don't know that is prob something. But the looking around and stuff is a nervous thing