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Holy crap - that wall paper!! 

I just cleared out our kitchen of nasty patterns like that.. grew up with them spiralling around me. 

 

Everything is now now grey and white 

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Nesf

I get this spiraling/wiggling about with certain patterns, too. Is that a sensory issue related to ASD, or is is something that everyone experiences?

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Gone away
1 hour ago, Nesf said:

I get this spiraling/wiggling about with certain patterns, too. Is that a sensory issue related to ASD, or is is something that everyone experiences?

Sometimes. I get an odd effect with some shirt patterns but think that is fairly common. Its like the brain can't home in / focus on the pattern but is phased in some way. I'm not keen on freaky wallpaper either but some must like it ...

Reading your comment, makes me wonder about mild occular migraines. These (for me) are not painful, but do interfere with vision in an odd obstructive way - My vision does vary alot day to day - I find myself wondering if there is a level of vision interference thats inbetween perfect and occular migraine disturbance level ... just idle musings...

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3 hours ago, Going home said:

Sometimes. I get an odd effect with some shirt patterns but think that is fairly common. Its like the brain can't home in / focus on the pattern but is phased in some way. I'm not keen on freaky wallpaper either but some must like it ...

Reading your comment, makes me wonder about mild occular migraines. These (for me) are not painful, but do interfere with vision in an odd obstructive way - My vision does vary alot day to day - I find myself wondering if there is a level of vision interference thats inbetween perfect and occular migraine disturbance level ... just idle musings...

I get migraines, too, but they are usually accompanied by heightened sensitivity to light, rather than occular disturbances like squiggles.

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