I never even managed to learn proper typing from the home position(s). It felt too forced, slow, and awkward when using a typing tutorial program in our freshman year Introduction to Computers course. So, I gave up on it and have subsequently used hunt and peck. I can be quite good at it in short bursts, but I struggle mightily on laptops and anything else with smaller than average keys.I forgot to add, I did learn to type properly but I preferred the pecking method and used it for the majority of my formative computer years, so now as a young professional my proper typing is noticeably slow and inaccurate.
I found that most move inputs involving the L button were fucking stupid difficult to do with SF2Turbo. Could manage with the R button but bleh. Killer Instinct had the same issue for me, though I found that <- -> inputs there were a LOT easier to work than quarter-circles or DPs involving L. (this led to me eventually just maining Orchid overall, despite being slightly more comfortable with Jago and Fulgore on an arcade cabinet)I could never use the L/R-buttons in SNES Street Fighter/Mortal Kombat
how does your friend survive in society? understanding metaphor and simile seems so absolutely necessary to any real communication.My parents convinced me that if you turned those lights on the roof of the car on, you’d get arrested, and I believed it for years. I also didn’t know how to do any basic hairstyles like a ponytail until like three years ago. I never felt like learning and always had my hair down.
Not me but my friend doesn’t have the ability to picture scenarios or anything in general in his head. He unironically thought “imagine you’re in a...” was a saying, and that everyone was like him.