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    wow an ESTJ can be really like that? interesting

    That makes me even more sure that I'm not Sp-last myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    @EJCC

    wow an ESTJ can be really like that? interesting

    That makes me even more sure that I'm not Sp-last myself
    Yeah, just imagine your typical ESTJ, hyper-driven and task-oriented, and then superimpose on that image a near-total disregard for physical needs. The job needs to get done at all costs! Oh it's 4am? Should be sleeping instead of working? Whatever, three more cups of coffee and it'll get done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    @Amargith and @Sanjuro these are all great.

    This is what I woke up to today:

    -vomit on my pants
    -trash can knocked over with some puke on the floor
    -pillowcase removed and on the floor with some dried vomit on it
    -phone missing (still is tbh)
    -headphones and charger missing
    -vomit on my blanket
    -nasty headache
    -gagging at the sheer thought of vodka

    Too many shots. Too many shots. Don't ask me how it happened because I blacked out.
    Thank god, I have never had this experience. I also doubt that's sp-last in and of itself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    What can I say? Us sp-lasts just have stomachs of steel.
    Wait, what??

    I feel like being sp-last makes for comical situations. And we're always that person that everyone else is like "you're ridiculous." Or "you would wear sweats and a tank out in 10 degree weather" (this happened).
    I wear coats in 90 degree weather. Am awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjuro View Post
    I wear coats in 90 degree weather. Am awesome.
    Hard to know how much of this sort of thing is "sensotardation" and how much of it is sp-last...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjuro View Post
    Thank god, I have never had this experience. I also doubt that's sp-last in and of itself.
    I think it depends. I know my tolerance, but I still decided to go over it before the alcohol kicked in because (like the little so/sx I am) more friends of mine kept walking in and I wanted to take shots with all of them. I think an sp type would be more cautious in that sense, but if the alcohol had already kicked in well...everyone is Superman when they're drunk right?

    Wait, what??
    I was just playin. Cus @EJCC and I both just simply put up with the expired dairy products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    I know my tolerance, but I still decided to go over it before the alcohol kicked in because (like the little so/sx I am) more friends of mine kept walking in and I wanted to take shots with all of them.
    This is so freaking so/sx -- I can't count the number of times I've fallen into similar traps! Helping friends with their homework at the expense of my own... talking to friends until 4am when I had class early the next morning... visiting friends over a weekend with the knowledge that I'd spend twice as much time traveling by bus (all day one way and all night on the way back) as actually being with them (late morning to early evening one day)...

    (Edit: I know these things individually don't have to be so/sx, but my point is that they're all parts of a trend)
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Hard to know how much of this sort of thing is "sensotardation" and how much of it is sp-last...
    In my case it's because I'm weirdly geared towards feeling cold all the time and hot temperatures don't bother me (unless we get into 110+ degrees). I seldom go out in shorts and a t-shirt in cold temperatures. Yeah, I don't think it really is indicative of sp-last, but it is fun to mention.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    I think it depends. I know my tolerance, but I still decided to go over it before the alcohol kicked in because (like the little so/sx I am) more friends of mine kept walking in and I wanted to take shots with all of them. I think an sp type would be more cautious in that sense, but if the alcohol had already kicked in well...everyone is Superman when they're drunk right?
    LOL! Yeah, if it's for the reasons you say, it could be sp-last.

    I was just playin. Cus @EJCC and I both just simply put up with the expired dairy products.
    I was just messing with ya. I think expiry dates are irrelevant, though, as long as the food is edible. When milk goes bad, you know it, so as long as it didn't make you gag, it's technically safe.

    In the name of looking awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjuro View Post
    I wear coats in 90 degree weather. Am awesome.
    Why coats? :P

    Though I can wear long trousers in 100 degree weather. It's fine, it doesn't kill me (I don't even feel it would be uncomfortably warm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    Why coats? :P
    Cuz they're comfy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanjuro View Post
    Cuz they're comfy.
    The one time I went to Los Angeles, it was January and about 70 degrees. Where I'm from, it's usually 20 degrees or below in the winter, so I was wearing t-shirts/tank tops the whole time -- but I can't count the number of dudes I saw wearing puffy coats. Like, "It's winter, and winter is for coat-wearing... THEREFORE..." And I'd just watch them passing by, with these macho poses and swaggering walks, and think to myself "There's a tough guy, bundling up in 70 degree weather."

    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    Though I can wear long trousers in 100 degree weather. It's fine, it doesn't kill me (I don't even feel it would be uncomfortably warm)
    Agreed -- if you're in the sun and it's 100 degrees, it's usually cooler to cover up (depending on what you're covering up with).
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