"Pretty girls are like cars that need a lot of oil." He advises, "The best choice for most boys is a regular girl.
Remember, some pretty girls are coldhearted when it comes to boys.
Then she asked, do you want to write a letter to the President to express your feelings about this.
He said ‘yes.'” Diego communicates through pointing to letters on a letterboard. Diego is fully included in a general education classroom with his communication partner, Amanda.
lss He based his techniques on watching children trying to chat up other children. More importantly - what does it say about modern popular culture, that such a book can do so well?
Ohh and it's a New York Times best-seller, apparently. Gah, I heard this on Radio one newsbeat he was being interviewed and was trying to chat up some woman, it was so cringeworthy, his voice didn't sound confident ...... Yeh that's going to impress them its stupid because its taking the innocence out of childhood.
Don't let them get to you." Over a few Shirley Temples yesterday at Langan's on West 47 Street, Alec said that he culled his wisdom by peeking at his peers at play.
"I saw a lot of boys that had trouble talking to girls," Alec said.Diego also participates in the Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) program in his district. Diego’s dad, Damien Pena, shared the letter with the hashtag #Ilovemyson on Facebook.He writes “Diego is my little social justice warrior.” Here is how you can contact the President.Nine-year old Diego Pena, who has a bestselling book on autism for parents, educators, and students, (an Art of Autism popular blog) recently wrote this letter to the President.Diego’s mom, Edlyn Pena, says “The way it happened was he asked his communication partner Amanda about the KKK.As for his own love life, he said he is not dating anyone at the moment. In his book, published by Harper Collins, he suggests holding off on falling in love until at least middle school.