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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFlame View Post
    +1.

    Fortunately, my answer wasn't required, anyway!
    Since when do INTPs not enjoy some good old-fashioned lollygagging?
    Yeah, funny you guys getting all defensive about it... I mean I really don't care whether you lollygag, I just was looking for the first thing that came to your mind. It's not like I was trying to tell you what to do.

    So, maybe EPs, in addition (or extroverts in general) sound more like they're giving commands when all they're doing is just trying to get someone excited about an idea? Or they're excited about an idea so they don't stop to think about how to phrase it, to make sure it isn't misinterpreted?

    Funny... because I've lollygagged the most of anyone.

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    he he... my mom always accuses the dogs of lollygagging!

    what's most important to me?

    my independance

    appreciating the world around me (why bother living if you don't?)

    my friends and family- they are awesome!
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    Yeah, funny you guys getting all defensive about it... I mean I really don't care whether you lollygag, I just was looking for the first thing that came to your mind. It's not like I was trying to tell you what to do.

    So, maybe EPs, in addition (or extroverts in general) sound more like they're giving commands when all they're doing is just trying to get someone excited about an idea? Or they're excited about an idea so they don't stop to think about how to phrase it, to make sure it isn't misinterpreted?

    Funny... because I've lollygagged the most of anyone.
    I think I just have an aversion to the word *lollygagging.* Reminds me too much of my childhood...actually, my mom STILL tells to me to stop lollygagging every once in a while! :

    I don't really have anything useful to add, really. I've had discussions about this with pretty much everyone I know, and the P answers have all revolved around simply *being happy* and the people closest to them being happy. And I'm not so sure that's different from many other people.

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    hmm...what's important to me?

    Self-mastery. It's the only element in this world I have control over, from which the quality of experience flows.

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    What's most important to me? The functionality of my brain.
    Artes, Scientia, Veritasiness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    What's most important to me? The functionality of my brain.
    I almost put this

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    Curiosity

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I__P = Result>Process
    E__P = Process>Result

    Maybe?
    Very interesting.
    It would seem like the E__P have taken over the world of fine arts for at least the last 50 years, according to this.

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    Immediate response: Umm... what qualifies?
    After focusing: happiness and all that is required to obtain it.
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