A Different Kettle of Fish – A day in the life of a physics student with Autism

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Author: BARTON, Michael

Description

“I’m looking at the Solar System display when I hear a child close by shouting at his mum, to which she replies ‘No need to bite my head off!’ I’ve heard of laughing your head off (to laugh a lot) and even biting your tongue (to be quiet) but biting someone’s head off puts a rather more vivid picture into my mind!”. Michael Barton explores and explains the confusing “neurotypical” world of contradictory signage, hidden meanings and nonsensical figures of speech.
A fun and enlightening read for friends, family, caring professionals and anyone interested in an alternative viewpoint on the world.