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    Theta Male Julius_Van_Der_Beak's Avatar
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    As a predator, I especially enjoy eating moles. Not as bony as you'd think... there's lots of fat. They are also easy to catch because they can't see very well.
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    I don't think so.



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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    As a predator, I especially enjoy eating moles. Not as bony as you'd think... there's lots of fat. They are also easy to catch because they can't see very well.
    They're easy to catch, too. Just lay perfectly still, and smell like roots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nights and Days View Post
    They're easy to catch, too. Just lay perfectly still, and smell like roots.
    I'm used to shoving a water pipe down the hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    I'm used to shoving a water pipe down the hole.
    Lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    As a predator, I especially enjoy eating moles. Not as bony as you'd think... there's lots of fat. They are also easy to catch because they can't see very well.
    There is many a weasel and many a stoat who have thought the same thought, but have quailed when faced with Mole rampant uttering his warcry: 'A mole! A mole!'

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    Probably. I have no idea what my anima is outside of the fact that I have a preference for bubbly, optimistic, brave women who seem to be everywhere at all times. I generally try to be as much of a person like that as possible, despite the fact that deep down inside I'm extremely pessimistic about everything, I have a difficult time opening up to other people thus creating a general sense of dislike over them, I'm scared of god damn everything and I have no confidence that is found simply inside of myself instead of through others.

    I don't think it's that simplistic, but there is a tendency to at least be drawn towards emotionally expressive, motherly women. Arguably because I'm an underdeveloped guy in the realm of sexuality.

    You got this from socionics though BTW.
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    This isnt what projection is about. Projection is when you see an image(anima for example) in others that is really in you.



    I think what you are talking about is more about persona identifying with the inferior function. I do think that people project their anima, but what you are talking about is not anima projection
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Flame View Post
    In recent days I discovered that I am often times running away from what I actually am. I am constantly trying to convince people that I am a gentle compassionate person. In a way, I am, at heart, but physically, I am not... at all. To many people I speak with, they seem to believe I am a kind gentle compassionate person, until I lock eyes with them and they react as if they have gazed upon THE ICON OF SIN. lol. So as a result, I intiutively avoid eye contact with people I know will react negatively... specifically (for some odd reason) ESTJs and ENFPs.

    I was also thinking about ENFPs and how they are similar but in reverse. Visually speaking, it seems to me that some ENFPs will come off as a hardy, hardworking, well put together person, when a lot of them seem to complain about how their lives are complete chaos.

    sometimes:
    ENFJs project an image of being "badass" when inside they feel easily wounded or lack willpower

    ESFJs project an image of "intellectualism"

    some ENTJs seem to project a much more "emotional" appearance, many of my ENTJ clients seem to think they are INFJ, when in fact this typing completely contradicts the reactions people have of them, and the complete lack of political awareness they imbue, lol.

    etc.

    I'm tossing around a theory in my head, that insecurity or lack of love for the self actually drives this anima image to be more apparent.

    Thoughts?
    nailed it.

    Edit: except what @INTP said...this is probably called something else other than projecting anima. Still the theory, whatever u wanna label it, stays.

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    For me as an ENFP- I wear my heart on my sleeve. I suck at poker as you will always know what's in my hand. I'm a horrible liar.


    Quote Originally Posted by PimpinMcBoltage View Post
    Probably. I have no idea what my anima is outside of the fact that I have a preference for bubbly, optimistic, brave women who seem to be everywhere at all times. I generally try to be as much of a person like that as possible, despite the fact that deep down inside I'm extremely pessimistic about everything, I have a difficult time opening up to other people thus creating a general sense of dislike over them, I'm scared of god damn everything and I have no confidence that is found simply inside of myself instead of through others.

    I don't think it's that simplistic, but there is a tendency to at least be drawn towards emotionally expressive, motherly women. Arguably because I'm an underdeveloped guy in the realm of sexuality.

    You got this from socionics though BTW.
    You described me. You would love hanging out with me.
    And your post made me sad too cuz it has sad overtones.
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