So Autistic People Have No Sense of Humour?

 
Jack is laughing at cartoons. Picture: Lindsay

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F12 at the foundry park, Tesuque NM. Picture: Lindsay
And there were in the same region shepherds, lying out in their fields and guarding their flocks by night.

F12, left, adorns a statue at the foundry park in Tesuque, New Mexico while right, the twins dress up as wise men.

Dave Spicer and his son Andrew: everyone knows that autistic people never dress up as Sepia cowboys

Dave Spicer and his son Andrew. Everyone knows that autistic people never dress up as sepia cowboys.

Matthew Argall sometimes thinks that life itself is terribly funny. Picture: Lindsay
F12 about to go into orbit on a broomstick?

Sometimes Matthew Argall, left, can find life terribly funny. He's right, it often is but it's an unusual perception for someone so young. Meanwhile F12, right, is dressed for Halloween and about to go into orbit on a broomstick.

Arne believes in washing his clothes. Of course!! Picture: Margaret Magnusson
Arne the magician. Picture: Margaret Magnusson

Arne Magnusson lives in Norway and is usually quite serious. Just once in a while, a streak of lunacy emerges and we get pictures like the two above.

Anthony's off to Siberia. Picture: Lindsay
The three wise monkeys. Picture: Irabina Autism Services

Anthony Wareham always had an eye for the downright ridiculous. On the right, the three wise monkeys are Lindsay, Jack and Paul Hetherington.

   

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