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    Quote Originally Posted by 6.4 View Post
    Was listening to this as I clicked the thread, seems appropriate.

    [YOUTUBE="cehLiGxguQI"]Power in a Union[/YOUTUBE]

    Then was looking at that Deb's quotes page, http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Eugene_V._Debs it's literally social-first porn


    What a legend
    Yes!! I can totally see that, and Debs was a god! ^_^ Thank you for making my night.

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    When you're so/sx...

    - You feel torn between wanting lots of friends, but also wanting intimate friends, and wonder why most of your friends don't want that intensity
    - When unhappy, you think it's because you're not being invited out by your friends, or because you're not with a certain special someone
    - You're like a social magnet: when things are going well, all sorts of people are drawn to you, and when things go badly, people keep their distance without prompting
    - You need to find a group to belong to, but it's got to be the right one, and you can be somewhat exclusive in friendship (leading to conflict with the first trait)
    - When you develop a close friendship with someone, unfortunately, you can get bored with it fairly quickly
    - You can be somewhat possessive of friends, in that friends of the gender you're attracted to can date other people, but if you don't approve of the person, you're unhappy
    - As a corollary, you harbor somewhat-hidden desires to date said friends, if only to see if it could work out (and because of sexual attraction)
    - Sometimes, the nightlife is fantastic. Other times, it just leaves you feeling empty and unfulfilled
    - Groups larger than three or four are annoying, because there's no rhythm to it
    - You want to have sex often, but find that sex without love is unfulfilling
    - You know a lot of people, a whole lot of people say that they know you, but both are exaggerations

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    ^ agreed with most of above

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    I'm so happy this thread exists (FINALLY!) Imma cry

    So strange there aren't more SO's on the forum, but maybe not. Maybe SO's are too busy doing stuff 'out there'.

    I can relate to most of the things listed.

    Especially the embarassment from faux pas. Sometimes when I am in groups with 1 or 2 persistent 'faux pas' people it seriously makes me wanna *cringe*. This is also why real life attention whoring trolly types get on my last nerve. I want to beat sense into them.

    Actually I think I'm So/Sx (or maybe Sx/So) but I didn't agree with these

    - When you develop a close friendship with someone, unfortunately, you can get bored with it fairly quickly
    NEVER! I never get bored of my friends. Apparently this is a unique trait amongst ENFPs :P

    You can be somewhat possessive of friends, in that friends of the gender you're attracted to can date other people, but if you don't approve of the person, you're unhappy
    Hmmm...don't think I get 'jealous'. Though if someone I didn't like was taking up a lot of my friends time so that they had less for me I might be jealous or more that I just would like the gf/bf even less.

    As a corollary, you harbor somewhat-hidden desires to date said friends, if only to see if it could work out (and because of sexual attraction)
    Hmmm...I actually prefer not to be attracted or have sexual tension with my friends

    Sometimes, the nightlife is fantastic. Other times, it just leaves you feeling empty and unfulfilled
    Only if they were playing crappy music at the club. Otherwise, I love the nightlife!

    Groups larger than three or four are annoying, because there's no rhythm to it
    I like hanging out in groups regardless of size, it's more about whether or not I vibe with the people and what we're doing.

    You want to have sex often, but find that sex without love is unfulfilling
    Sex without love is pretty groovy as long as there's mutual respect and we're on the same page, oh yeah, and it's fun
    “If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you.” ― Oscar Wilde

    "I'm outtie 5000" ― Romulux

    Johari/Nohari

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6.4 View Post
    Was listening to this as I clicked the thread, seems appropriate.

    [YOUTUBE="cehLiGxguQI"]Power in a Union[/YOUTUBE]

    Then was looking at that Deb's quotes page, http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Eugene_V._Debs it's literally social-first porn


    What a legend
    "Damn." It vaguely reminds me of Howard Zinn (maybe an SO 6):
    http://www.historyisaweapon.com/zinn...eshistory.html
    Seriously, even just the titles sound SO-ish...
    • 1. Columbus, The Indians, and Human Progress
    • 2. Drawing the Color Line
    • 4. Tyranny is Tyranny
    • 5. A Kind of Revolution
    • 6. The Intimately Oppressed
    • 9. Slavery Without Submission, Emancipation Without Freedom
    • 10. The Other Civil War
    • 11. Robber Barons And Rebels
    • 12. The Empire and the People
    • 13. The Socialist Challenge
    • 14. War Is the Health of the State
    • 16. A People's War?
    • 21. Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consensus
    • 24. The Coming Revolt of the Guards


    As for myself, I'm not sure if I'm SO/SX or SX/SO.
    ISTP 3w2 SX/SO

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    There aren't many SO topics so this is great.

    My take as So/sx

    You feel self-conscious often during social situations, especially when you don't feel included.

    If not feeling accepted, you can feel really down.

    The need to belong is very strong and you're yearning for it as long as you first started to be socially aware.

    You usually spend time observing how a group works before actually joining it.

    You can adapt yourself to relate to different people.

    When meeting new people, you hope people to confide in you, but feel slightly pressured if you feel the person gets close too quickly.

    One of your goals to is to have many close friends.

    Just being in a group, without actually involving in it, is sometimes good enough. Maybe its' just because I like to observe people.

    You don't mind either small talks or intimate conversation.

    You care about social issues that might not involve you particularly.

    You prefer to spread your energy to many people instead of focusing on just one.

    Within a group, you need someone as your "base person" (the one person you relate to well) or you would feel uncomfortable.
    In the practice of tolerance, one's enemy is the best teacher.

    9w8 so/sx/sp

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