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    Asperger's(autism) vs "take me to your leader"

    Hi,

    Here is a cultural thing that I, as a non-English native speaker, have a hard time to understand, could anyone help me? Thank you.

    Here is the context:

    Peter is Asperger's (one kind of autism), his classmate Jonny made fun of the way he talked (with words falling flat). Jonny kept saying things like
    "Take me to your leader" in front of Peter.

    I have google the underlined part, and know it could be an album, song, or TV series. But I still don't get it in the above context.

    Could anyone help me? Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Asperger's(autism) vs "take me to your leader"

    Quote Originally Posted by IQU3838 View Post
    Hi,

    Here is a cultural thing that I, as a non-English native speaker, have a hard time to understand, could anyone help me? Thank you.

    Here is the context:

    Peter is Asperger's (one kind of autism), his classmate Jonny made fun of the way he talked (with words falling flat). Jonny kept saying things like
    "Take me to your leader" in front of Peter.

    I have google the underlined part, and know it could be an album, song, or TV series. But I still don't get it in the above context.

    Could anyone help me? Thanks a lot.
    In popular culture "Take me to your leader", said in a monotone, is associated with aliens from another planet.

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