Deodorants and Autism

Somebody alighted on my blog via the following search:

link between deodorants and autism

My response to this weird creature is: just get a grip, buddy. As somebody from a family with generations of hereditary autism and absolutely no deodorants till very recently, I can tell you there is no link.

What next, autism being “caused” by vaccines?

There is all kinds of stupid in the world.

9 thoughts on “Deodorants and Autism

  1. What next, autism being “caused” by vaccines?

    This made me laugh like a hyena – thank you Clarissa. 🙂

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  2. If you are mentally incapable of grasping the venerable, centuries-long tradition of soaking in ambergris solutions in order to mask the odors of the darkest pits of the human body and instead must slather yourself with absorbent cakes that subvert the natural process of bacterial breakdown of sweat then you must have autism Q.E.D.

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    1. In class, yes. But here I don’t get paid to be patient. 🙂

      As we say in my culture, a stupid person can ask so man questions that no genius will ever be able to answer them. 🙂

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  3. Well, some autistic people may find most deodorants too irritating to their skin, and may need to look for special deodorants for people with sensitive skin — as well as fragrance-free for those whose sense of smell is also hyperacute — but other than that, I’ve got nothing.

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      1. Yeah. That, or collect them! I’ve got a “Bizarre Autism Hypotheses” tag on my blog under which I keep all of my posts on weird things people have thought to tie to autism.

        It amuses me to keep track of just how many there are.

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