my expierence working with autistic person at warehouse wagie job

Neet194012940

Neet194012940

Thetan
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I work a chill warehouse job that mostly involves moving boxes of stuff from shelf a to shelf b while listening to trance music and joe rogan.

One day I get a new seasonal coworker for the same job as me. He seemed normie when i first met him, kinda nerdy white forest phenotype. Germanicish with face that had the crocodile-like qualities in this picture here.

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I could always use a bro for a job. Chatting is fun. So i go up to him halfway in the first day "how are you liking the job so far". I have a list of 3 tips in my head to help him with. He doesn't directly fail the interaction but there is a distant quality to him, and when he says an affirmation (yes, ok, etc) it sounds very stilted and as if he didn't really get it or care. It went thru him kinda.

Over time i noticed these traits (jotted on notepad on my phone)


very physically clumsy. moved for tasks at a sluggish pace. And it seemed like he moved with NPC walk patterns in uncanny valley. For example walk animation #2 with him was, hands clasped behind his back. slightly stooped. moving at an odd non-nt pace/vibration.

very oblivious.

he did this for work too. He had a very odd and inefficent way of working, that made it many times slower. He would wait before starting his animation again, for a specific event to pass, for no reason. I realized what was happening was that he was shown how to do the task in an exaggerated way to make it easier to see. But he copied it exactly despite it being intuitively retarded.

Because of the weird and stilted quality to his reaction when u told him something, the hollowness behind the "ok", no one told him anything unless they absolutely had to.

whenever someone with authority did tell him something, he would obnoxiously overcorrect, in a almost comically exaggerated way.

he had this for his speech as well. He seemed to follow a script. After a few days he seemed to change the script suddenly, as if prompted from an external source like mother.

he didn't seem to be aware of his changes in emotional states or have any sort of compusure. After being chewed out he would be seething and radiating with rage, but it seemed very uncontrolled, and i could tell he was not sentient of it.

i wasn't sure what type of non-nt he was. My top theory at the time was that he was just an "NPC" or ssri destroyed zombie like u would find walking around in a metropolitan area. After a while eventually i got it was probably autism type

I just ignored and worked around the (human) impediment but eventually he seemed to get jealous of me, not sure of what exactly but there were many things i mogged him in. So he told me lie to sabotage my work.

i was gonna either throw hands or have a "friendly discussion" in the parking lot, but i took cognizance of other coworkers reactions to him

Signs other coworkers disliked him as well

1.
supervisor gave me subtexts, for example "i want you to work on x. Its important for it to get done. (awkard smile)"
2. in break room how other would respond to his overly long conversation interjections, the friendliest person would say something forced after silent
3.
i became physically stiff as board and then started having mild convulsions from the cringe after he said "you can blame my adhd for that"
4.
other shifts he was assigned to work in office with orge and female who kind of vibed, so he would have been third wheel
5. more im forgetting, all the vibes

So i adjusted my level of disrespect to slightly higher than everyone else to let out my hatred and contempt of him whenever I had an oppurtunity and I felt like it. For example I would block doorways and pathways while humming music. I noticed that he had the OCD-like tendency for neatness that comes with autism for totally irrelevant things. Me and a coworker who typically have a mild dislike/ignore relationship subconciously teamed up to aggravate this in him.

he got soft fired, like contract not renewed type. I had half a mind to tell him last day: Your mask didn't work I can see right through it (i wasn't 100% that he both had autism and was diagnosed so ambiguity) Yknow you could get more money by not working. And it would be better for the economy too as your contribution was negative work, the goverment when it gives neetbux to people like u, people think of it as leeching, but getting them out of the workforce is overall economically positive.
beat him up
i didn't but i saw him in a parking lot several weeks later. I stuck my toungue out and gave him a thumbs down. He looked away first. WIN. if i worked a 9-5 in an office my passions would be totally consumed by this kind of nonsense drama bullshit and my aura would be degraded, like the chatty type of gossip female.
 
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orangelover

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Jan 9, 2024
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I work a chill warehouse job that mostly involves moving boxes of stuff from shelf a to shelf b while listening to trance music and joe rogan.

One day I get a new seasonal coworker for the same job as me. He seemed normie when i first met him, kinda nerdy white forest phenotype. Germanicish with face that had the crocodile-like qualities in this picture here.

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I could always use a bro for a job. Chatting is fun. So i go up to him halfway in the first day "how are you liking the job so far". I have a list of 3 tips in my head to help him with. He doesn't directly fail the interaction but there is a distant quality to him, and when he says an affirmation (yes, ok, etc) it sounds very stilted and as if he didn't really get it or care. It went thru him kinda.

Over time i noticed these traits (jotted on notepad on my phone)



i wasn't sure what type of non-nt he was. My top theory at the time was that he was just an "NPC" or ssri destroyed zombie like u would find walking around in a metropolitan area. After a while eventually i got it was probably autism type

I just ignored and worked around the (human) impediment but eventually he seemed to get jealous of me, not sure of what exactly but there were many things i mogged him in. So he told me lie to sabotage my work.

i was gonna either throw hands or have a "friendly discussion" in the parking lot, but i took cognizance of other coworkers reactions to him

Signs other coworkers disliked him as well

1.
supervisor gave me subtexts, for example "i want you to work on x. Its important for it to get done. (awkard smile)"
2. in break room how other would respond to his overly long conversation interjections, the friendliest person would say something forced after silent
3. i became physically stiff as board and then started having mild convulsions from the cringe after he said "you can blame my adhd for that"
4. other shifts he was assigned to work in office with orge and female who kind of vibed, so he would have been third wheel
5. more im forgetting, all the vibes

So i adjusted my level of disrespect to slightly higher than everyone else to let out my hatred and contempt of him whenever I had an oppurtunity and I felt like it. For example I would block doorways and pathways while humming music. I noticed that he had the OCD-like tendency for neatness that comes with autism for totally irrelevant things. Me and a coworker who typically have a mild dislike/ignore relationship subconciously teamed up to aggravate this in him.

he got soft fired, like contract not renewed type. I had half a mind to tell him last day: Your mask didn't work I can see right through it (i wasn't 100% that he both had autism and was diagnosed so ambiguity) Yknow you could get more money by not working. And it would be better for the economy too as your contribution was negative work, the goverment when it gives neetbux to people like u, people think of it as leeching, but getting them out of the workforce is overall economically positive.
beat him up
i didn't but i saw him in a parking lot several weeks later. I stuck my toungue out and gave him a thumbs down. He looked away first. WIN. if i worked a 9-5 in an office my passions would be totally consumed by this kind of nonsense drama bullshit and my aura would be degraded, like the chatty type of gossip female.
So you bullied him because you didn't like him? Why not just ask the manager to let him go or put him somewhere else?
As someone who was recently being bullied at work (in video) i think you were wrong to do this. Its a "mask" becuase there is nothing else, not everyone has a good personality.
I hope he catches you slipping and starts bussing on everyone at your shite warehouse nig.
 
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RNT

RNT

Eternal Night
Aug 23, 2023
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I, for one, side with OP. What is this autism support party?

Quick recap of OP's bullet points:
1. I just ignored and worked around the (human) impediment but eventually he seemed to get jealous of me

2. So he told me lie to sabotage my work

The aspie was trying to destroy someone's life for kicks! But his scheming amounted to nothing and he got fired.
 
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orangelover

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Jan 9, 2024
150
I, for one, side with OP. What is this autism support party?

Quick recap of OP's bullet points:


The aspie was trying to destroy someone's life for kicks! But his scheming amounted to nothing and he got fired.
I dont agree with that but it sounds very one sided. Like maybe the aspie wasnt lying just didnt understand something and this guy interprets it as lying.
 
Moondust

Moondust

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Nov 8, 2023
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OP most probably misinterpreted what his autistic co-worker was doing, and took it as scheming from the looks of it
Yea personally I do the script thing because I'm so socially anxious lol.
 
WestEuropoor

WestEuropoor

Yes sir, i can boogie!
Oct 7, 2022
5,608
I work a chill warehouse job that mostly involves moving boxes of stuff from shelf a to shelf b while listening to trance music and joe rogan.

One day I get a new seasonal coworker for the same job as me. He seemed normie when i first met him, kinda nerdy white forest phenotype. Germanicish with face that had the crocodile-like qualities in this picture here.

View attachment 104000

I could always use a bro for a job. Chatting is fun. So i go up to him halfway in the first day "how are you liking the job so far". I have a list of 3 tips in my head to help him with. He doesn't directly fail the interaction but there is a distant quality to him, and when he says an affirmation (yes, ok, etc) it sounds very stilted and as if he didn't really get it or care. It went thru him kinda.

Over time i noticed these traits (jotted on notepad on my phone)



i wasn't sure what type of non-nt he was. My top theory at the time was that he was just an "NPC" or ssri destroyed zombie like u would find walking around in a metropolitan area. After a while eventually i got it was probably autism type

I just ignored and worked around the (human) impediment but eventually he seemed to get jealous of me, not sure of what exactly but there were many things i mogged him in. So he told me lie to sabotage my work.

i was gonna either throw hands or have a "friendly discussion" in the parking lot, but i took cognizance of other coworkers reactions to him

Signs other coworkers disliked him as well

1.
supervisor gave me subtexts, for example "i want you to work on x. Its important for it to get done. (awkard smile)"
2. in break room how other would respond to his overly long conversation interjections, the friendliest person would say something forced after silent
3. i became physically stiff as board and then started having mild convulsions from the cringe after he said "you can blame my adhd for that"
4. other shifts he was assigned to work in office with orge and female who kind of vibed, so he would have been third wheel
5. more im forgetting, all the vibes

So i adjusted my level of disrespect to slightly higher than everyone else to let out my hatred and contempt of him whenever I had an oppurtunity and I felt like it. For example I would block doorways and pathways while humming music. I noticed that he had the OCD-like tendency for neatness that comes with autism for totally irrelevant things. Me and a coworker who typically have a mild dislike/ignore relationship subconciously teamed up to aggravate this in him.

he got soft fired, like contract not renewed type. I had half a mind to tell him last day: Your mask didn't work I can see right through it (i wasn't 100% that he both had autism and was diagnosed so ambiguity) Yknow you could get more money by not working. And it would be better for the economy too as your contribution was negative work, the goverment when it gives neetbux to people like u, people think of it as leeching, but getting them out of the workforce is overall economically positive.
beat him up
i didn't but i saw him in a parking lot several weeks later. I stuck my toungue out and gave him a thumbs down. He looked away first. WIN. if i worked a 9-5 in an office my passions would be totally consumed by this kind of nonsense drama bullshit and my aura would be degraded, like the chatty type of gossip female.
true high effort thread
 
Neet194012940

Neet194012940

Thetan
Jan 20, 2024
620
So you bullied him because you didn't like him? Why not just ask the manager to let him go or put him somewhere else?
As someone who was recently being bullied at work (in video) i think you were wrong to do this. Its a "mask" becuase there is nothing else, not everyone has a good personality.
I hope he catches you slipping and starts bussing on everyone at your shite warehouse nig.
uhhhhh yea?

-incompetent, made work more difficult
-weird and awkward
-if not actively scheming against me disliked me for... being good at my job and making small talk
-lack of any good qualities that would make up for this

if he just did his job (well) i would have a respect and a positive opinion of him

you are pretty much redditor tier if you believe people should be universally accepted for the fact they have some sort of universal human essence. It's a JOB, not a social welfare program.
I dont agree with that but it sounds very one sided. Like maybe the aspie wasnt lying just didnt understand something and this guy interprets it as lying.
OP most probably misinterpreted what his autistic co-worker was doing, and took it as scheming from the looks of it
my intuition says differently, not going to give identifying details that do not prove anything.

but that is possible - this is what all people do. It's all 99% instinctual but to verbalize (or even think it depending on how much you value being a "good person") it you need concrete objective reasons act like a symbolic code to other people. See my bulleted list above

see "incel" "trump supporter" "pedofile" "creep" and so on

if you have a gf and she breaks up with you for stated reason "x", she would stay if you had that reason x, as well as qualities y and z you don't have.
 
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orangelover

NEET
Jan 9, 2024
150
uhhhhh yea?

-incompetent, made work more difficult
-weird and awkward
-if not actively scheming against me disliked me for... being good at my job and making small talk
-lack of any good qualities that would make up for this

if he just did his job (well) i would have a respect and a positive opinion of him

you are pretty much redditor tier if you believe people should be universally accepted for the fact they have some sort of universal human essence. It's a JOB, not a social welfare program.


my intuition says differently, not going to give identifying details that do not prove anything.

but that is possible - this is what all people do. It's all 99% instinctual but to verbalize (or even think it depending on how much you value being a "good person") it you need concrete objective reasons act like a symbolic code to other people. See my bulleted list above

see "incel" "trump supporter" "pedofile" "creep" and so on

if you have a gf and she breaks up with you for stated reason "x", she would stay if you had that reason x, as well as qualities y and z you don't have.
Bullying is still wrong. If you cared about the situation you could ask manager to move him or fire him. If they hired both of you and your the better worker they would probably listen to you.
He had a right to be there as much as you and now that he's gone he definitely doesn't need you giving him a hard time.
 
Neet194012940

Neet194012940

Thetan
Jan 20, 2024
620
This tbh, us autists tend to come off as hostile
OP most probably misinterpreted what his autistic co-worker was doing, and took it as scheming from the looks of it
now time has passed, i suspect this more. I think it was partially normie mental-gymnastics to justify what I already wanted to do. Someone else could have probably handled it "better" (for him) but I will never tolerate risks of scheming (which is still possible) for people I neither like nor have a reason to give the benefit of the doubt.
 
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