There's this boy in my sign language class, I'm not quite sure if he's autistic or not but while he does cause quite a few annoyances (he constantly interrupts the teacher when his aide is off to lunch, and while he's not doing it as often he still needs to stop and pay attention to signing. x.x), he's got his good moments. Right now we're learning animal signs and the signs for their habitats, and to help us learn it our teacher brings in her grandkids' stuffed animals (with permission from them, of course. XD) and has us attempt to sign what animal she's holding up; if we sign it correctly, we get said animal. Then, when everybody had a couple of animals, we played Animal Thief, where she signed a clue and we had to find an animal that fit said clue.
There was an absolutely adorable dragon that practically everybody wanted to hug, and one kid (J) got it. (R), the kid I mentioned, also wanted, but he wasn't throwing a fit like he usually did over things like this. D, J's friend, was arguing with him about not putting his dragon down. The following conversation ensued:
D: You didn't put it down when you were protecting the pig!
J: I did so! And I wasn't protecting anything. I had my arms around the dragon like so. *puts dragon down and puts arms around it*
R: *ducks in, steals dragon from under J's arm, runs away*
J: ... Huh? WHAT?! No fair! *mix of
Teacher: *on floor, laughing*
I really think R was planning that. XD