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    I don't know about a disorder, but I do tend to skip meals if I'm too lazy to make effort in attempt to eating. (Too lazy to make something, too lazy to go out and get something already made). .....My laziness outweighs my stomach sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Undeclared View Post
    I don't know about a disorder, but I do tend to skip meals if I'm too lazy to make effort in attempt to eating. (Too lazy to make something, too lazy to go out and get something already made). .....My laziness outweighs my stomach sometimes.
    Me too. I also forget about eating when I'm doing something interesting. But then I'm hungry, so I end up eating the first food I see.
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    mmm... no, I think that it could happen to anyone- thoughts while in this mode might be different for each type but it seems like there are just too many other factors that would come into play- type could influence but be overall insignificant in the grand scheme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iris.moon View Post
    Me too. I also forget about eating when I'm doing something interesting. But then I'm hungry, so I end up eating the first food I see.
    I also eat less when I am working on a project. However, I wouldn't call it an eating disorder. I prefer to think of it as balancing, since I can afford to miss a few meals every now and then.

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    Here's another possibility that has nothing to do with MBTI:

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1031115226.htm

    What is with all of the threads asking is phenomenon X has anything to do with typology?

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    Exactly! ahah

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    My favorite eating disorders are binging & fasting-- anorexia is bullshit, bulimia sucks, detox diets make me wan to slap people, & obese people are less than people. I don't eat by a schedule, sometimes I have loads of hamburgers, other times I don't have anything, because I don't feel like it. & I can't afford it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Undeclared View Post
    I don't know about a disorder, but I do tend to skip meals if I'm too lazy to make effort in attempt to eating. (Too lazy to make something, too lazy to go out and get something already made). .....My laziness outweighs my stomach sometimes.
    Me, yesterday. Went all day just eating enough to get by. Hung out w some people that were busy otherwise and couldn't eat. I did get around to eating JitB. I know, not the healthiest choice but I had to walk home and didn't want to be starving and miserable.
    "... you think deeply about stuff [that] nobody cares about and hardly anybody can understand you." ~ Peguy talking about Ni users. So true.

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