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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    (Stole some of Starry's words here....but have experienced this myself. I'm constantly shocked by what 7 feels like.)
    Where were the original words?

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    Where were the original words?
    In the mistyped typoc members thread.... I'm too lazy to link it right now.sorry. lol

    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    Lol.. I don't do that, I think to myself hey they can do the work for the load of money I've paid.




    What kind of abuse do you mean here?




    I relate...




    Haha goddamnit... :P Though, I can actually take "no" if it's explained.

    I had a hard time coming up with something for 3. I only know a few.

    But I seem to see that if they really like someone or invest a little bit of themselves in something, and those things or people present obstacles.... the three is almost unfazed by it. Almost like they look past the bad or something. I just think they are extreme in their goals. Like they are really strong and don't give themselves enough credit.

    Maybe I should have said threes will continue talking to you without the need to be acknowledged lmao. I often have to ask them to repeat themselves cause they were talking and I didn't know they were talking to me lol.

    Anyways I have had experiences with 8's where they don't like my explanation... therefore don't take it as one. Therefore continue to press the issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    In the mistyped typoc members thread.... I'm too lazy to link it right now.sorry. lol
    Thx, found it.


    Anyways I have had experiences with 8's where they don't like my explanation... therefore don't take it as one. Therefore continue to press the issue.
    yeah to be honest, I sometimes don't like the explanation and keep pressing

    But sometimes it does make a lot of sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    Thx, found it.




    yeah to be honest, I sometimes don't like the explanation and keep pressing

    But sometimes it does make a lot of sense.
    Yea, I have a hard time when 8's reject my explanation. Because they get so hostile. I don't have patience for their impatience. Lol And I have just learned to lie in those situations unfortunately. Cause it makes me feel like I have no other choice...
    "Once the game is over, the Pawn and the King go back into the same box"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    Yea, I have a hard time when 8's reject my explanation. Because they get so hostile. I don't have patience for their impatience. Lol And I have just learned to lie in those situations unfortunately. Cause it makes me feel like I have no other choice...
    Ehh lol I see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyLazarus View Post
    That 5's possess actual bodies, I thought they looked like this before:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjuro View Post
    My parents are both 9s, and the times I've needed them most, they suddenly go absent. They feel that their presence doesn't "really matter" and they'd sooner not bother. Even when you ask them. With 9s, there's a major undertone of "not my problem". And, you can't even make them face their crimes
    For me, the "it doesn't really matter," thing is big. It doesn't make a difference if I do or I don't, if I follow through, or if I'm there. An example: I had a habit of making these grandiose plans, and then flaking on them. A friend of mine at the time, got really upset with me about it. And I was completely surprised. My whole thinking was, you can still go if I don't go (it doesn't really matter whether I'm there or not). It never crossed my mind that it would make a difference if I was or wasn't there.

    But I did have that habit of sticking my head in the sand, and ignoring problems. It's something I had to work on.

    4's: I agree with the strive for authenticity. I think the whole unique thing was part of the reason I didn't think I had a 4 fix. I don't actively strive to be unique.

    8's: I agree with @Chanaynay. The descriptions make them sound horrible to be around (IMO), but thinking about the possible 8's I've met, they're probably one of my favorite types.

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