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    ¡MI TORTA! Amethyst's Avatar
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    ESTP - Where no one else will be willing to tread.
    ESFP - Obviously an awesome party.
    ISTP - Riding off in motorcycles, looking cool and like they don't give a fuck about anything.
    ISFP - Bonnaroo

    INFP - Volunteer events to help starving children across the globe.
    ENFP - At the mall looking into random stores and people watching, and then talking to those people soon after.
    INFJ - They're too hard to find because there aren't enough of them!
    ENFJ - Protesting injustices on the street and such.

    ENTP - Comic-con
    INTP - In their private dwellings with their most comfortable way of communicating to people at their fingertips.
    INTJ - Not where people usually gather.
    ENTJ - On a jeweled-encrusted throne...which later they will find it's only some designs on porcelain.

    ESFJ - Inviting friends over to have a cooking party or a football party.
    ISFJ - At home, reading a magazine.
    ESTJ - Sports event of some sort.
    ISTJ - In the basement playing video games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda View Post
    ISTJ - In the basement playing video games.
    SO True!
    “Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I mean everybody. No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside
    them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman

    ~

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    hahaha good ones.

    Quote Originally Posted by tawanda
    INFP - Volunteer events to help starving children across the globe.
    ENFP - At the mall looking into random stores and people watching, and then talking to those people soon after.
    INFJ - They're too hard to find because there aren't enough of them!
    ENFJ - Protesting injustices on the street and such.
    switch ENFP/ENFJ maybe. NFJs do more people watching than NFPs... more observant in general. and ENFP isn't super social in general lol

    INFJs are on the typo C boards! there seem to be a lot of "new" ones lately

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shmooooooooo View Post
    The INTP, a rare and reclusive specimen, is almost never present in the wild of his own volition, since he prefers to remain in his dwelling lurking various forums in order to amass and categorize vast quantities of only tenuously-relevant information.

    If one should ever gain access to the computer of an INTP - often his most sacred object (thought when stolen away quietly its absence might go unnoticed for a great deal of time) - a few distinctive features will stand out. First, look at his browser. If there are five different typology or MBTI-type-related forums open concurrently, or if the desktop looks like it's being organized by three different systems at once, without any of the three being complete, then chances are your specimen is an INTP.

    In writing, the defining feature of the INTP - aside from his often-cruel wit, will be his vicious pedantry. Expect constructions like "to who it was given," or "what helped me was she being there," to bring on comparisons of the user's intellect to that of a primate or an inanimate object. Spelling errors are seen as sins meriting flagellation. The use of 'u' to stand for 'you' or other such instances of greatly altering the English language will practically guarantee the cessation of all communication with the user by the INTP; however, often-byzantine abbreviations such as 'tbqf' to stand for 'to be quite frank' are used frequently, and the INTP will express genuine incredulity whenever the other party is not able to instantly decipher any new abbreviation the INTP has used. In addition, in personal communication the INTP is not necessarily insistent on proper capitalization and punctuation.

    In the wild, should one happen across an individual wandering forlornly and aimlessly looking alternately at the ground and at the clouds as well as avoiding eye-contact with any passers-by, then one might have spotted an INTP on a rare fresh air excursion. Additional indicators of INTPdom might include sudden changes in direction, a sporadic avoidance of various ground elements such as cracks or tiles of a specific colour, occasional stops to stare blankly at nothing with an emotionless face. The speed with which the INTP walks is almost invariably inversely proportional to his knowledge of his destination.

    A very good indicator of INTPdom is smiling or smirking without any obvious cause. Also indicative are sudden stops in motion accompanied by a rapid movement of the head, with eyes searching all around, as though the INTP were sniffing out the scent of an idea hiding behind a metaphorical bush or tree, his Ti thirsting to disembowel it.

    Owing to the fact that most INTPs will spend their free time writing unnecessarily complicated, tangentially relevant responses to various threads on various forums, the INTP could be perhaps the rarest type to spot in public.

    [The above rant was written based on my experiences. The description of the INTP's going for a walk is 100% true to my life.]
    Everything said there is true (at least for me, an INTP specimen), just one more detail: you may find them with family even when they don't want to be outside. What is stated in the quote is true as far as we really want to go out (rarely)...

    The only place where you can find me that I really enjoy getting (the process of walking and the speed compared to knowledge applies) is in a chess gathering, playing and beating the crap out of many people. I don't have any official FIDE rating, but I play in between 1750 and 2050 ELO.
    Last edited by Sesshoumaru; 08-18-2010 at 10:44 PM. Reason: One detail I missed...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoossii View Post
    Hah. That will most def. be my modus operandi come this fall semester. I'm surprised more people don't enjoy this. Nay, on second thought, I'm not, but I still contend that they're really missing out.
    I find it highly enjoyable to be outside and yet still alone with my thoughts. A lot better than sitting around inside and sweating to death in the lack of A/C at least. I really am an outdoors person, even though I tend not to go outside unless I have a reason to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevo View Post
    I find it highly enjoyable to be outside and yet still alone with my thoughts. A lot better than sitting around inside and sweating to death in the lack of A/C at least. I really am an outdoors person, even though I tend not to go outside unless I have a reason to.
    I listen to music in between classes, in the car and wherever I have free time. If there's dead time, my phone is jam packed with music personalized for me. That beats a lot of alternatives. I found myself just keeping the headphones on, walking around campus and admiring the curvy "scenery."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevo View Post
    I find it highly enjoyable to be outside and yet still alone with my thoughts. A lot better than sitting around inside and sweating to death in the lack of A/C at least. I really am an outdoors person, even though I tend not to go outside unless I have a reason to.
    Ah, yes, that makes quite a lot of sense, especially since I can sympathize with the lack of A/C (seriously, I feel like I got shafted by college in this respect) and therefore understand the pleasure that is to be gotten from being outside and, ironically, out of the stifling indoor heat. I also occasionally get into that mood where I crave to be outside because it's far more "open" and offers so much more breathing room. But then again, many other times I'll happily stay cooped up inside with all my books and computers.

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