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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    I meant when they are annoyed or mad.
    Probably true, but it sure hurts to have to admit it.
    btw, I'm INFP... mostly a combination of nerd and xoxo's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perfectgirl View Post
    Probably true, but it sure hurts to have to admit it.
    btw, I'm INFP.
    haha other than that, IME they come off neutral unless they are super happy or excited then they seem to get slightly giddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    haha other than that, IME they come off neutral unless they are super happy or excited then they seem to get slightly giddy.
    Only slightly?

    As mentioned, it's mainly a self-defense mechanism. I have very tight shields simply because experience has told me that baring my heart (ie expressing myself) to others usually becomes embarassing at best and painful at worst. Cool and reserved is the mask I wear to the outside world.

    This has the side-effect that when I do show my emotions, my friends are surprised that I'm actually human after all I usually keep my Facebook status light and fluffy, but once I updated my Facebook status with something like "I feel like Life has just run over me like an 18-wheel truck" and within minutes one of my friends commented on what a Drama Queen I was!

    I used to be much moodier when I was younger (You wouldn't want to be anywhere near me on Mondays after my favourite football team has lost a match in the weekend) but has mellowed a lot. Or at least I would hope so...
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    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    Only slightly?

    As mentioned, it's mainly a self-defense mechanism. I have very tight shields simply because experience has told me that baring my heart (ie expressing myself) to others usually becomes embarassing at best and painful at worst. Cool and reserved is the mask I wear to the outside world.

    This has the side-effect that when I do show my emotions, my friends are surprised that I'm actually human after all I usually keep my Facebook status light and fluffy, but once I updated my Facebook status with something like "I feel like Life has just run over me like an 18-wheel truck" and within minutes one of my friends commented on what a Drama Queen I was!

    I used to be much moodier when I was younger (You wouldn't want to be anywhere near me on Mondays after my favourite football team has lost a match in the weekend) but has mellowed a lot. Or at least I would hope so...
    I understand but me being an ENFJ, I go through the same exact thing too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    First off, this is my new favoriteee.

    Secondly, I am pretty obviously moody. It's apparent because of my body language.
    When I am angry, I look sad or really confused, but my speech and movements become faster. When I am sad, I just function slowly.
    However, I am happy just as frequently. It also easily shows through my body language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perfectgirl View Post
    Do you think this is an NF thing?
    Possibly or maybe F-dom NFs.

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    I don't.

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    i show my emotions to me and have found a good outlet in venting on typoc, does that count?

    irl i am mostly calm and if i'm emotional i get seriously embarrassed (usually). i can be somewhat moody, but i don't let it bother me much and i certainly do my absolute best not to bother my friends with it.

    i hope people don't think i'm irritated a lot, because i'm not, usually, and if i am, it probably doesn't bother me as much as it bothers other people?

    i'd like to think i'm usually positive, though. i take life as it comes and try to express myself to the best of my abilities.
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    I have the curse of an open face, so every thought I have flits over my face, and I'm moody "apparently". I think anger is really the only emotion that I kinda show though really, and placid.
    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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