The Urban Dictionary has some interesting definitions of the term “Aspie”:
A superior being, while deficient in chaotic morasses such as small-talk, inferior double-standard-laden customs and values trumpeted by Neurotypicals, and deciphering Neurotypical body-language, more than makes up for it with a sharp, penetrating mind that is highly adept at developing an intense focus on a subject giving them a near-savant level of proficiency, an inborn sense of principles that allows them to develop practically consistent characteristics and values, and an ability to reason independently, reducing their susceptibility to dogma, acceptance of groundless assertions, and the hazards of groupthink.
The eccentric man with the encyclopaedic knowledge, monotone voice, and static facial expression must be an Aspie.
An aspie is one who has Asperger’s Syndrome, which is believed to be part of the autism spectrum. Aspies, while being quite gifted verbally, have social, emotional, and sensory integration difficulties, among others. Aspie is an affectionate term, and is not meant as a put down.
My son is an aspie, so he’s not so great at making idle chit chat at parties, or even at being in crowds, but he can get us home from anywhere. He says he just consults the map in his brain.
A person diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. Sometimes considered by haters as elitist bastards.
Pokemon franchise creator Satoshi Tajiri is officially diagnosed as an Aspie.
A geek of intelligence and perserverance. Interesting, but not much into small talk.
Ooooh! Aspies are so hot!
This term is an affectionate nickname for those with Asperger’s syndrome. It was the idea of parents/relatives of aspies. Aspies are healthy mentally, their brain’s just wired a different way.
I am an Aspie. That is, a person with asperger’s syndrome. Some of the definitions on asperger’s on here are questionable at best, at worst, so ignorant as to be offensive.
One afflicted with Asperger’s Syndrome, a disorder on the autism spectrum. The disorder causes social and often motor impairments but those who have it are often very intelligent and have particularly strong interests. Used mostly among Aspies themselves.
“Most people don’t realize the trouble an aspie has socially.”