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    Yeah, anyone who even cares about being or feeling cool in the social sense of the word is regarded as being pretty lametarded in my books.

    For example, hipsters who are obsessed with being perceived as hip or cool make me want to projectile vomit on their vacuous faces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    I know Senior Citizens who still are cliquey and worried about being "cool!"
    Oh no! I really thought it'll be over after High School.

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    Eskimos are cooler than anyone.

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    "E", has a very strange and amusing effect on introverts.

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    Aren't Eskimos a bit on the, erm, huskier side, and wouldn't that imply that they are in fact warmer than most people, because fat insulates heat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alcea rosea View Post
    Oh no! I really thought it'll be over after High School.
    Sad to say, in my experience, every place I've ever worked or socialized has that type of group within it.

    But yeah, it's best you learn how to get over it by high school or you'll still be playing "Who's the Prom Queen and King of This Place" 'til you die. Heh.

    Isn't that just the creepiest thought?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Aren't Eskimos a bit on the, erm, huskier side, and wouldn't that imply that they are in fact warmer than most people, because fat insulates heat?
    I've never head this term "warmer" like this. Are you referring to temperature?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    Sad to say, in my experience, every place I've ever worked or socialized has that type of group within it.

    But yeah, it's best you learn how to get over it by high school or you'll still be playing "Who's the Prom Queen and King of This Place" 'til you die. Heh.

    Isn't that just the creepiest thought?
    Hehe, a sad story of a life: trying to be the prom queen I never was....

    I wonder what is the "wannabe" state here in Finland because we don't have prom, prom queens and prom kings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcea rosea View Post
    Hehe, a sad story of a life: trying to be the prom queen I never was....

    I wonder what is the "wannabe" state here in Finland because we don't have prom, prom queens and prom kings.
    Um. Rock star?
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    Ok, my question has less to do with people feeling cool or uncool. It was just an example to ask introverts if being around the same type in extroverted version is more stressful than being around other extroverted types.

    I don't care about being cool either. I don't care about the friends. I understand the feeling that the other topic was referring to, but I was mostly referencing it because of the anxious feeling between the matching types on the opposite sides of the I/E line.

    Using the word cool may have been deceptive and led this off in a direction I didn't want to go. I am more curious about the similarity, since they are the same in processing, but for the I vs E thing, and if that causes stress rather than what I originally thought would cause comfort. That is what I was trying to ask.

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