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    I habitually check to see if I have actually entered the Men's Bathroom nowadays, after a few unfortunate mishaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevo View Post
    I habitually check to see if I have actually entered the Men's Bathroom nowadays, after a few unfortunate mishaps.
    Oh yeah, I do that all the time. And I don't even care. A piss pot is a piss pot. I don't see any pink or blue ribbons on the flush handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Oh yeah, I do that all the time. And I don't even care. A piss pot is a piss pot. I don't see any pink or blue ribbons on the flush handle.
    That's a bit different, because I know for a fact that exactly zero percent of guys give a shit if a girl walks into the men's bathroom.

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    1. I spaced out during a transaction and did not give the customer her change.
    2. I once walked out in front of a train, but someone pulled me back before it could hit me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5231311252 View Post
    I once walked out in front of a train, but someone pulled me back before it could hit me.
    This is why Ns are so rare.
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    Ah yes...

    One day near Halloween fall semester last year, I went to a costume party dressed up as a member of KISS. (Vinnie Vincent if you were curious) After I came back, I got in the shower to wash off the face paint in my dorm's public bathroom. After about five minutes, I decided to check if all my face paint was gone, so I exited the stall with a towel wrapped around my waist and went to the sink beside the open bathroom door to look in the mirror. I saw that I still had some spots of paint here and there, so I scrubbed my face with the towel for a few minutes...and then realized that I had no other clothes on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5231311252 View Post
    2. I once walked out in front of a train, but someone pulled me back before it could hit me.
    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    This is why Ns are so rare.
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    1.I always type the same sentence twice, forgetting I already wrote it once.

    2.When reading, I have a tendency to read through a few paragraphs and then realize "I have no idea what I just read". It's pretty funny when you think about it though=P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...d-moments.html (among other threads)

    PS you intuitives don't have a monopoly on absentmindedness, yaknow.
    My brother is an ISTP. He is regularly lost in thought.
    My third cousin is an ENTJ. He is never lost in thought.
    Intuition is not lost in thought.

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    In my case, it's remembering what someone's phone number, or a factual timeline of information that ends up getting jumbled, that I get absent minded. I don't have a good brain for remembering itty-bitty details, and intuition fills in the gaps... trouble is, sometimes I am incorrect in my predictions. It's like when I was taking a test, I remember learning about the man who invented the printing press, and it took me ages to retrieve the information, and I got the wrong guy! It was Gutenberg... and I chose some other German sounding name. Way to go with failure to encode!
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