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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Whoops, Luna is a NT/SP...one of those um....those other shiny things.
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Confirms what I knew before: I like new experiences as long as they won't cause me physical harm, and I'm not easily bored.

    Also, the question about gay people made me sad. Just the idea that people could consider actively seeking/avoiding "homosexuals" makes me sad. You should actively seek out cool people, and avoid jerks. Sexual orientation doesn't matter.


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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 2 out of 10

    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.

    Experience seeking - you score 7 out of 10

    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.

    Disinhibition - you score 6 out of 10

    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.

    Boredom susceptibility - you score 2 out of 10

    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 17 out of 40
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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 9 out of 10

    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.

    Experience seeking - you score 8 out of 10

    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.

    Disinhibition - you score 4 out of 10

    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.

    Boredom susceptibility - you score 2 out of 10

    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 23 out of 40

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    AND YOU!

    The place is crawling with SP half-breeds.

    Be afraid, be very afraid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    AND YOU!

    The place is crawling with SP half-breeds.

    Be afraid, be very afraid.
    nothing scarier than bilingual people
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    damn... I'd hate to see what I would have scored 5 years ago when I was in my wild child phase
    Actually, there was a blurb about that. Sensation-seeking rises in the teens and peaks in the 20's.
    Then it starts to decline as one ages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    oooh mystery, i like that.
    i used to think i was a 7 but i now know i'm too lazy and whiny. i just enjoy actin a fool
    Sevens can't be lazy and whiny? Maybe I will have to rethink that typing too ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Whoops, Luna is a NT/SP...one of those um....those other shiny things.
    The Firecracker... Yeah I scored somewhat low on blue despite being so close to NF typologically, but yes I still get a shiny type

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    The place is crawling with SP half-breeds. Be afraid, be very afraid.

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    The boredom, disinhibition and experience results are probably true. I tend to get bored all of a sudden, at the same time. Thrill seeking seems high to me.

    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 7 out of 10
    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.

    Experience seeking - you score 8 out of 10
    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.

    Disinhibition - you score 8 out of 10
    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.

    Boredom susceptibility - you score 3 out of 10
    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.

    Your total sensation seeking score is 26 out of 40

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Actually, there was a blurb about that. Sensation-seeking rises in the teens and peaks in the 20's.
    Then it starts to decline as one ages.
    yeah... I was reading a lot of the questions and thinking "should I answer those for the present, when I DON'T party, or in the past when every day was a party? "... I'm still up for crawling through a nice cave though
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Thrill and adventure seeking - you score 7 out of 10

    This consists of items expressing desires to engage in sports or activities involving some physical danger or risk such as mountain climbing, parachute jumping, scuba diving, speeding in a car, etc.
    Experience seeking - you score 10 out of 10

    This descibes the desire to seek new experiences through the mind and senses by living in a nonconforming life style with unconventional friends, and through travel.
    Disinhibition - you score 7 out of 10

    This describes the need to disinhibit behaviour in the social sphere by drinking, partying and seeking variety in sexual partners.
    Boredom susceptibility - you score 7 out of 10

    This indicates an aversion for repetitive experience of any kind, routine work, or even dull or predictable people. Other items indicate a restless reaction when things are unchanging.


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