OK so, the reason I am putting this in the mature topics category is because it's not really about ABism. It's about being on the autism spectrum.
I was out with my worker today but not for long. I'm supposed to have her for 3 hrs 3x a week (Mon 10am-1pm, Wed 12pm-3pm, Fri 12pm-3pm), and today after I had finished my pork chops and rice, and picked up after myself, I went to sit on the couch (the worker was outside smoking) and I just started to ROCK for some reason. This is not and has never been a common thing for me to do, as I am high-functioning and also have Asperger syndrome. Usually I think it's the lower functioning autistics that do it. Also sometimes due to being on the spectrum if I get stressed out I may literally lose my ability to verbalize for a short time, and it can be very frustrating. But this rocking incident just has me weirded out. It continued until my worker returned, and then she asked me if I wanted to perhaps go home and sleep, which I said yes to...I was tired. I've just started my third course of antibiotics in a period of 1 1/2 - 2 months which is insane, and they may be what is making me so tired.
But my uncle, when on Facebook I said "What would you say if I told you that today I engaged in the stereotypical autistic behaviour of rocking even though I'm high-functioning?" his reply was "could have just been your ABS" ABS standing for Adult Baby "Syndrome." He says he hates talking about it, so why does he keep bringing it up, especially in situations that I know are completely unrelated?