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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    The only thing I have found that can pull me away from all of this (in a good way) is an xNFP girl whom I was interested in, unfortunately, I think she hates me!
    awww xNFP and xSTJ make good relationships They balance each other out I hope she doesn't hate you as you said. Even if it was so, I'm sure she just hadn't known you enough
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    i don't like predictable at all. in fact i thrive on the unexpected. i love to be surprised. i get bored talking to people when i know what they're going to say. i seek out people and experiences that i don't understand fully. i'm just not interested in spending much time on things i already know or have experienced.
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    I can't figure out how to "unpredictabalize" my life.... I miss the unpredictable now.

    If I take my military-like routines away, I feel like a lost puppy dog not knowing WHAT to do!

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    Hmm.. I kind of like predictability. I am willing to accept change and don't mind a little of it. But I like there to be some constant in life. I don't mind predictable people. Change frightens me and makes me a bit anxious.

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    i crave change CONSTANTLY...it's maddening for those around me i'd assume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    i crave change CONSTANTLY...it's maddening for those around me i'd assume.
    hmm.. maybe. I'd guess if you were moving all the time and changing friends and wanting to go out to a different restaurant all the time that could be a little hard for your friends

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    well...not changing friends...huh? that would be weird but if i could work it out yeah...i'd move all the time and eat at a new place every night sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    well...not changing friends...huh? that would be weird but if i could work it out yeah...i'd move all the time and eat at a new place every night sure.
    Eek! See, that kind of throws me off.

    I think my high Sness just likes some sameness. I'm the go to the same restaurant and get the same meal kind of person. Why fix what isn't broken?

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    eek!? it's not eek worthy is it? i really wish every restaurant had a buffet. i don't like having to choose. i want to try everything. haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    well...not changing friends...huh? that would be weird but if i could work it out yeah...i'd move all the time and eat at a new place every night sure.
    This is a little eek worthy to me.
    (But, most people don't have the means for this kind of lifestyle, so I don't meet a lot of people that actually do this. But I do meet people like yourself who would enjoy it.)

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