*explains opinio/idea about a part of math*
Teacher: I dont get what you mean..
Me: oh leave it *whisper: notgoing to take the drive to explain every single thing to a TEACHER*
That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet~~ Shakespeare W. Pi is the number of my life, forever and ending.
Reading is like meeting a new world, or even better: the world that is supposed to be.
5w6 (60%) OR 7w6(40%) (I get both quite a lot on tests) Chakra: Root, Throat, Third Eye, Crown (open) - Rest (closed)
Trifix: 5w6, 1w2, 3w2.
Ti - Ne
Had this conversation with my grandmother today about my cousin having twin daughters. She's most likely an ESFJ 2w3 so/sp.
Grannie: Have you seen the twins?
Grannie: No??!! You didn't get invited? ??!!
Me: They're just children.
Grannie: But you don't want to see them???!!
Me: There's no hurry. They will still be there.
The fact that I don't care much does not compute.
Also on a side note, but this is a good example of what shit 2s say when they fail to filter their mouth:
Grandmother: You should get rid of your cats so you can see me more often. Thank you grandma for clearly not giving two shits about the two things I arguably care the most about in the world.
@The Great One I have often said that I'm a realist, not a pessimist or an optimist. I wonder if a 5w6 is more likely to say that.
Another one (jokingly): I'm not a racist/sexist/whatever, I hate everyone equally.
Another one I stole from my 8 dad: Go tell your troubles to a twinkie. (this one to be usually used for excessive whining)
A conversation I had with my own grandmother recently (also ESFJ, Enneagram superego type of some kind):
Grandma: Your mom should have done [insert some irrelevant past tense financial advice]!
Me: Grandma, I'm not interested in the "shoulds". That's like crying over spilt milk. I'm only interested in the present.
Grandma (a little stunned): Yes, you're right.
(I'm actually surprised that she agreed with me.)