"What the *expletive* do they know? It's their fault in the first for *analysis of situation* you should have said, *clever reversal of what the person said to them* Don't worry about them, who cares what they think anyway?"
But any sympathy that can't involve anger I'm completely inept at displaying.
1) What goes on in your mind when you're thinking? How would you describe it?
If I'm thinking about people, then I generally thinking mean things about them. If I'm sitting on a bus or something, I tend to play "fun ways of killing everyone" in my head. I tend to think about myself a lot, usually in quite flattering terms. Otherwise my mind is running through whatever fad I'm in at the time. At the moment it's MBTI, and I think about how to apply it to everything. It can get really tedious.
2) How much does logics weight in on your decisions and how much does feelings come into play?
To be honest I can't think about many decisions I make on regular basis. It's usually something as mundane as what day should I go grocery shopping this week. It's usually with logic, but I can't see how you could do it with anything else. Of course that could be the imposing force of a dominant function.
How do you determine whether you've over-thinked?
When I bored with the logic and rants that run continously through my head. It usually means it's time to go out and talk to someone. Of course this could just be a case of determining when I'm over-introverting.
3) How easily can you go through the steps you've taken to arrive at a conclusion? Is it automatic? Or does it involve some translation to get it into a form understandable by others?
Pretty fast. I enjoy doing logic puzzles because you make strong decisions almost straight away.
4) Anything else you feel like sharing.
I have an ice cream.