Could Ed have Asperger's Syndrome?

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Could Ed have Asperger's Syndrome?

Post  CanzetYote on Sat Jul 30, 2011 2:18 pm

I myself have been diagnosed with a form of high-functioning autism called Asperger's Syndrome. While I watched several episodes, I noticed Ed Otter showing many signs of Asperger's Syndrome, including:

-Overly formal speech patterns (calling Brandy "Miss Brandy", etc.)
-Large vocabulary
-Rambles on and on about things
-Monotone voice
-Usual bored expression on face
-Clumsy at sports
-Fear of rollerskating: Many Aspies have trouble skating and biking.
-Dislikes being touched in certain places: In Monster Of My Skin, he didn't like it when Mr.Whiskers touched him on the arm.
-Socially awkward, somewhat shy
-Almost never lies, very honest
-Highly intelligent and observant
-Gets depressed or upset easily.

Notable fictional characters who might be aspies:
-Lisa Simpson (The Simpsons)
-Squidward Tentacles (SpongeBob SquarePants)
-Carl (Arthur) - Officially confirmed to have it
-Harold (Total Drama series)
-Octus (Sym-Bionic Titan)

Some real people with Asperger's:
-Temple Grandin
-Dan Aykroyd
-Gary Numan (80s musician)
-Heather Kuzmich (Contestant on America's Next Top Model)
-Eugene Sully (Big Brother UK Constestant)

So, do you think it's possible Ed's an Aspie?
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