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    Senior Member Tiltyred's Avatar
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    People almost always think I'm an extravert. I have a bright, warm affect.

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    Yes. All the time.

    I'm often perceived as very outgoing. I'm a good conversationalist and enjoy debate. What's more, I like to take oppositional stances to flesh out what others are thinking.

    So, there you go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Yes. All the time. I'm often perceived as very outgoing. I'm a good conversationalist and enjoy debate. What's more, I like to take oppositional stances to flesh out what others are thinking.
    But we all know his apparent geniality is a no-good! rotten! lie!

    ... just saying kidding.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles View Post
    Sometimes. Depends on who I'm with. Usually, no.
    I would never expect someone named Bubbles to be an extrovert.
    Nope.
    Nevah.
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    I am, on a regular basis! I'm friendly, I like people, and very animated when I get excited about a subject. I gesticulate a lot. However, I am NOT extroverted. I have an extroverted facade that I utilize to get myself through intensely social situations, but it gets shelved as soon as it's no longer necessary.
    I think I think more than you think I think.

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    My wife is an introvert that is confused for an extravert. I'm an extravert that is confused for an introvert. I'm the one that likes to go out, but when we do go with other people she does most of the talking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    Anybody else so close to that I/E line that they are mistaken for extroverts?
    I don't think I'm close to E, but I am sometimes mis-categorized. I think it's because most people assume we don't like people.

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    Yes, I have only tested as a slight preference for introversion ... about 20% preference

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    I have a strong preference for introversion. I don't think I'm mistaken for an extrovert really, but I don't think most people would figure I'm as introverted as I am. As nolla said, the common perception is that introverts "don't like people" or are shy, and I don't usually come across that way. I rarely get called 'quiet' as I used to in my teens. I think I just seem friendly in a low-key way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post

    I would never expect someone named Bubbles to be an extrovert.
    Nope.
    Nevah.
    This ditzy friendly adorable behavior is saved for friends and TypoC members only! Don't blow my cover here!
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    Well, yes, the type in my profile starts with E, but I'm quite close to the line. I don't even know myself which side...

    After socializing for a while, I need to be alone.
    After being alone for a while, I need to get out and socialize.

    I like to read. I like to meet new persons. I can't remember names and the other things you need for the second time you meet the same person. I like to be the center of attention.

    I chose the E because I relate more to the ENTP profile than to the INTP one. (I'm sure about the NTP part) Moreover, I want to post in the ENTP crazy idea thread

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