A syndrome that sounds suspiciously like "ass burgers."
"Hey, Paul, I done gone and shat out an aspergers!
by RadioKing01 November 30, 2009
A so called mental disability with little hard evidence behind it.Before you label me as an ignorant dick head i'm quite liberal and usually tolerant of others and my own brother has aspergers.

But it pisses me off when he constantly antagonises me and my parents refuse to do anything about it and when he upsets them and visa versa like this teaches him anything or helps him when he fails in school socially and academically.

And how it's diagnosed by a single test rather than a doctor or psychologist and could just be someone who is a bit of a twat or struggles socially academically or could grow out instead it's 'aspergers' and basically labels for them life.

Basically the term aspergers could be applied to anyone.
Mum: can you ask him stop annoying me?

Mum:NO you need to be more tolerant/put up with it,he has aspergers.

Me: I've put up with it last 13 fucking years and NOTHING HAS CHANGED this attitude does not benefit me or him.
by i_like_cheese_and_carrots August 11, 2011
Pseudoscientific diagnosis most often made of people by their narcissistic parents, in conjunction with airheaded social workers, so that the parents don't have to accept personal responsibility for ten to twenty years of filling the kid's head full of dysfunctional bullshit. Also useful, in our age of postmodernist relativism where science is seen as at once useful and deeply suspect, for purposes of claiming financial aid. The kids could probably do with the aid, but society doesn't need the quackery. Those who make a mint out of selling the notion of this condition often rope in a few undeniable autistic savants to their argument so as to confer a thin veneer of respectability on the whole enterprise.

Incidentally, the very use of the word syndrome is pseudoscientific when used in the field of psychiatry. In medicine or any real science, a syndrome is defined as a wide range of symptoms, not all of which may be present in any one patient, which can be proven to link back to a common cause. To take two examples: Down's Syndrome results from a doubling of the sex-linked X chromosome in a person's genotype. It manifests in a range of symptoms including a flattened facial structure, a slant to the eyes, above average muscular development and below average intelligence, not all of which will necessarily manifest in any one person with the syndrome. Likewise, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, or AIDS, manifests in any of a large number of otherwise usually rare opportunistic infections once the body's immune system has been disabled by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Again, not all of these show up in any one case; again, there is a common underlying cause.

After decades of research, psychiatrists remain divided on how the human mind works. There are various conflicting schools of thought (Freudians, Jungians, Adlerians, gestalt therapists, a plethora of others); beyond some empirical research on brain chemistry, neural functioning and other areas related to hard science, the teaching on the workings of the mind get rather hazy rather fast. In other words, we don't really know for certain how the mind works in the sort of detail that would enable us to talk about "common origins" for the extremely wide range of symptoms allegedly linked to this so-called syndrome. The word "syndrome" is simply used in this case because the naive and misguided think it sounds impressively scientific. The very fact that the parameters of Asperger's are so broad and vague pretty much tells you what this whole racket is really about; selling people a bill of goods. However, in the majority of cases, given the plasticity of the human mind in early development and the lack of any explanation of how this "syndrome" is supposed to arise, the above definition is, I would offer, likely to be at least as good as any.
Johnny and Mary Stewart could never get their asses out of bed in the morning and Mary filled little Billy's head with nonsense about how the world is full of people out to get him. When he was bullied in school she told him to ignore it. Now she's gadding about telling everyone he has Asperger's Syndrome. Surprise surprise.
by Fearman June 27, 2007
An individual with Aspergers syndrome is above average intelligence and appears to have normal social and communication and looks and talks normal as well.The only thing that is different about them is that they love star trek,star wars,star gate etc...
BUT some with aspergers aren't as gifted as the above.These symptoms include:
being terrified of their own shadow (basically everything)
severely impaired social functioning
EXTREME dependency (the same level as a five year old)
Mild,moderate to severe learning difficulties
Can't play sports because they are terrified of the ball or even the bat!
Severe anxiety issues
Very poor co-ordination
person A:"That kid is dumb as fuck! He's terrified of his own shadow and he didn't know what 5 add 5 was"
person B:"Shut up,he's got Aspergers"
person A:"I thought they were supposed to be geniuses?"
by blobby70 January 16, 2009
A minor form of autism diagnosed to every second kid in the USA who's too lazy to get their ass off the MMOs and go outside.
Also: Fake syndrome so parents don't think their kids are failures.
My friend has aspergers.
Oh that's neat, so does my cousin, and my dad, and my mom, and my sister, and my friends friend, and my dogs penis.
by Azurewrath July 10, 2008
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