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    Oh...where do you find the test? I forgot *heh*
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    It's kinda interesting that E's are considered charismatic and yet are sometimes so loathed for doing exactly that what they are usually loved for, but in excess And finding that balance as an E isn't always easy, especially when you're still young
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    sometimes we're hated exactly because we're charismatic. some jealous asshole can't stand the idea that someone is liked without apparently having to try, so rather than be happy for them they invent shallow "explanations" for that popularity and get all bitter and nasty about them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    sometimes we're hated exactly because we're charismatic. some jealous asshole can't stand the idea that someone is liked without apparently having to try, so rather than be happy for them they invent shallow "explanations" for that popularity and get all bitter and nasty about them.
    Yeah well, that makes it even harder to realize when critiscism is genuine and constructive and when it's not. You'd have to have a pretty good and solid view of yourself not to be phased by it and handle every piece of critiscism correctly
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    sometimes we're hated exactly because we're charismatic. some jealous asshole can't stand the idea that someone is liked without apparently having to try, so rather than be happy for them they invent shallow "explanations" for that popularity and get all bitter and nasty about them.
    Amen.

    And this makes me so fucking sad, why do so many people hate on other people?!?!?!

    I admire those who exhibit positive qualities that I, myself, do not have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Lol, false.

    Read the type profiles, please.

    I've read them more than enough. Don't insult my intelligence.

    They're usually unconventional thinkers, which could often be interpreted as crazy by more conventional people.

    The insecure extroverts you described are usually the popular ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    I admire those who exhibit positive qualities that I, myself, do not have.
    Do you do this when you're not being confrontational and insulting, or have you mastered a sort of psychological version of circular breathing where you can do both simultaneously?

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    interesting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I've read them more than enough. Don't insult my intelligence.

    They're usually unconventional thinkers, which could often be interpreted as crazy by more conventional people.

    The insecure extroverts you described are usually the popular ones.
    I am not trying to insult your intelligence when I state that nobody, and I do mean nobody, likes a loud-mouthed, socially-inept and self-absorbed extrovert.

    These people may have friends, I guess, but, ugh, in my and and I believe most people's books, they are just plain wretched.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    Do you do this when you're not being confrontational and insulting, or have you mastered a sort of psychological version of circular breathing where you can do both simultaneously?
    Um, who are you?

    You may think you "know" me but you don't.

    Oh, and lol.
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