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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    On vent Protean brought this up and i was not trying to trap or out anyone, I was hoping people would put in their 2 cents on the subject. Like if you think MBTI attracts people of not sound mind, more then something else, why do you think that's so. Or if not why not?
    I think it attracts people who would like to become saner.

    And if this thread was started about me, I can deal with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    And if this thread was started about me, I can deal with it.
    Why would you think that?
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    Why would you think that?
    Fi paranoia. I'm feeling neurotic and narcissitic today.

    Edit: We should have a poll, how many people saw this thread and thought they were one of the ones being talked about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    There's also the demotivator definition:
    Nahh, too much to think about already ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilah View Post
    I also try to avoid real life interaction on those days as well. Some people are more understanding than others.

    On some of my groups I have actually explained this to people up front - "If I don't write for a while that means I am having some stressful times. I will be back latter."

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    Gosh, girl quit analyzing yourself. You are about to reach the point when there is nothing more to be found out about oneself, if you do not expand.

    There are boundaries and limitations even to a complex human psyche and when you overstep them and are not aware of that you fall into a lamenting way of life, where you overstep the boundary and then loop back to the point where it was set, cause behind it there is nothing more, except madness.

    Change your views, expand your life. Do something stupid, but first of all, recognize your condition !

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    There's also the demotivator definition:
    Well I'll be... I'm mad.

    You learn something new everyday.

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    Some of y'all definitely got an overthinking problem. Life's too short to worry if someone is showing you their "true self" online. I mean, if you actually plan to have a real life relationship with someone, that's one thing. But if all you do is talk to a person online, then react to the self they show you, and get on with your life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    Well I'll be... I'm mad.

    You learn something new everyday.
    *Building a little trap between the bathroom and Silently Honest*

    *wait in the corner to see some pride fall*

    xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Some of y'all definitely got an overthinking problem. Life's too short to worry if someone is showing you their "true self" online. I mean, if you actually plan to have a real life relationship with someone, that's one thing. But if all you do is talk to a person online, then react to the self they show you, and get on with your life!

    This has been "Practical Advice from the Jeffster." Join us next time for when I explain the proper way to get ants out of a blender.
    I cant tell, how much I love you belated. That something going on between us has grown far beyond a manlike friendship xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    *Building a little trap between the bathroom and Silently Honest*

    *wait in the corner to see some pride fall*

    xD
    Ha! Jokes on you, Mr. Durden the soap salesmen warned me.

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