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    As a young child, I often hid in my room and did my extraverting there. Haha. In fact, as a young child I couldn't extravert with others. Just because you extravert doesn't mean you're open, friendly, and gregarious. Hardly. And yet, I was intensely stimulated by the outside world: books, music, movies, etc. I just didn't want to have to deal with fucking PEOPLE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    As a young child, I often hid in my room and did my extraverting there. Haha. In fact, as a young child I couldn't extravert with others. Just because you extravert doesn't mean you're open, friendly, and gregarious. Hardly. And yet, I was intensely stimulated by the outside world: books, music, movies, etc. I just didn't want to have to deal with fucking PEOPLE.
    Being intensely stimulated by books, music, etc. doesn't mean you're an extravert. I'm an introvert who was stimulated by those same things, and I still am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    As a young child, I often hid in my room and did my extraverting there. Haha. In fact, as a young child I couldn't extravert with others. Just because you extravert doesn't mean you're open, friendly, and gregarious. Hardly. And yet, I was intensely stimulated by the outside world: books, music, movies, etc. I just didn't want to have to deal with fucking PEOPLE.
    that's not extravertiing. these are all introverted pleasures
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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    _____I sometimes have strong reactions to smells, tastes, foods, weather, noises, etc.- Correlates with hypersensitivity
    I don't see the point to all that, so I quoted the part that matters. This is not a hypersensitivity test, it is an introversion test.
    The question above does not "correlate" with hypersensitivity, it corresponds with hypersensitivity. But it describes an introverted trait. If you self-describe as at least 15 of those traits on the test, then it scores you as an introvert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    I don't see the point to all that, so I quoted the part that matters. This is not a hypersensitivity test, it is an introversion test.
    The question above does not "correlate" with hypersensitivity, it corresponds with hypersensitivity. But it describes an introverted trait. If you self-describe as at least 15 of those traits on the test, then it scores you as an introvert.
    I was going to shake my head in disbelief, but sadly, I do believe. Only an INTP can push a bunch of questions which 'show' A which have nothing to do with B then turn around and go A=B this is proof.

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    Bah! I'm not an introvert!!! I just interact with people so much all freaking day long that when I come home, I turn into a hermit. :-P

    What I want to say with that is that you can be an extravert without necessarily desiring physical touch all the time or dealing with people 24/7. If I don't get time to myself, I go bonkers nutzoid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Bah! I'm not an introvert!!! I just interact with people so much all freaking day long that when I come home, I turn into a hermit. :-P

    What I want to say with that is that you can be an extravert without necessarily desiring physical touch all the time or dealing with people 24/7. If I don't get time to myself, I go bonkers nutzoid.
    That is precisely an ESFP trait, by the way. If you research ESFP descriptions I'm sure you will find one that states that the ESFPs need to take a break away from people. They lose social energy like an introvert would.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    I was going to shake my head in disbelief, but sadly, I do believe. Only an INTP can push a bunch of questions which 'show' A which have nothing to do with B then turn around and go A=B this is proof.
    I don't see where you're coming up with any of that. From "Only an INTP" all the way to "this is proof" it comes across to me as pure stark raving madness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    That is precisely an ESFP trait, by the way. If you research ESFP descriptions I'm sure you will find one that states that the ESFPs need to take a break away from people. They lose social energy like an introvert would.
    Right, my point exactly. Doesn't mean I'm an introvert. Doesn't mean he's an introvert. *shrugs*
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    That is precisely an ESFP trait, by the way. If you research ESFP descriptions I'm sure you will find one that states that the ESFPs need to take a break away from people. They lose social energy like an introvert would.
    Right, my point exactly. Doesn't mean I'm an introvert. Doesn't mean he's an introvert. *shrugs*
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