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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I suppose at times I have felt weird, outside of the norm. But really, is there a norm? Just a few people trying to sell their version of normalcy. Sometimes I really have been weird and I take this chance to apologise to all those I have ever offended. It seemed like fun at the time.
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    Unusual perhaps, different perspectives, cumulative information, taking the roads less traveled, seeing others points of views, relative to the norm which is subjective in its estimation. Perhaps weird changed to mean individually different. After all what does it mean to fit in, its another way to insecurity. When you are proud of your weirdness and shamelessly flaunt it is when its a good thing. This creature called weird, does it have bad BO, meaning body odor.

    I haven't been called weird per say, although, there was this one time, nope I blend in too much which is weird.

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    I know a lot of weird people, and I fit in with them. So I guess I must be at least a little weird. The most normal people seem to think I'm weird. I like to think that I'm inbetween weird and normal, and that's the way I like it.
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    Well . . . the thing is . . . as a general rule, a lot of people do and say things that seem really weird to me. But since a lot of them do it and only a few people that I know really seem sane and the majority seem like weirdos, chances are that I'm actually the weirdo. I mean, I still think they are the crazy ones, but I recognize that by definition, I'm the freak.
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    ESTJs don't. And that's why they don't come to this forum.

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    I think all Ns are more likely to be considered weirdos, because their ideas are more 'out there' so to speak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief View Post
    I think all Ns are more likely to be considered weirdos, because their ideas are more 'out there' so to speak.
    But are N's more likely to consider themselves weirdos...?
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    I have just recently been informed I'm weird. I feel weird IRL at the moment. I miss the city, my friends and how I blended in.
    Currently submerged under an avalanche of books and paper work. I may come back up for air from time to time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    ESTJs don't. And that's why they don't come to this forum.
    ESTJ's know instinctively that it's all the non-ESTJs that are the weirdos.

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    I feel completely normal all the time.

    (Only the true weirdos think they are normal )

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