At 18, I met a guy who was rather odd, but brilliant. When I don't want to tell people my husband studies fruit flies, I tell them he works in drosophila neurobiology. I used to think the well-dressed people I saw at these places were the people in charge. The people wearing weird, dorky clothing are much higher on the chain of command. That type of physical contact might cause him to have a panic attack.
He was cute and helped me with my college homework. It makes it sound as though he does something important. At the very least he'd talk incessantly talk about the encounter for a few My Sheldon only wears brown sandals with grey socks.
He has shared this password with all sorts of people. My husband wrote a program that automatically emailed anyone who used the words "free" and "TV" in the same posting.
He feels this is only fair because then it is as easy for them to hack into his stuff as, well, vice versa... His OCD relationship with money would never allow us to actually buy a TV.) As I''ve already mentioned, I'm not exactly a professor at Caltech.
In my opinion, though, had Sheldon's mother followed up with that specialist, Sheldon totally would have been diagnosed.
While people may have a problem laughing at Sheldon's stunts, and that his friends call him crazy, if he was diagnosed with a mental disorder, I don't see the problem.
And while the vulnerable, gifted and somewhat naïve Sheldon deals with the world, his very normal family must find a way to deal with him.
His father, George, is struggling to find his way as a high school football coach and as father to a boy he doesn't understand.
She has to be kind, patient and can't imagine her life without him by PM. She is a little shy to show her new dress to Penny and Bernadette because she is really stepping out of her comfort zone.
Finally coming out in a very modest dress, Penny assures her that all of her comfort zones are covered.
He was funny and always coming up with interesting ideas. It would be a tragedy beyond measure if they ever stop making those particular sandals.
I just figured big city people were a little strange. (He has a dozen brand-new pairs tucked away in his closet, just in case.) I can confirm that solid grey socks aren't sold just anywhere.
It took me a few years to learn to say "thank you" when I get an empty box as a gift. My husband is very nice but can be very annoying at times because he is typically only interested and focused on topics that interest him.