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    Intriguing.... Quinlan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    I think I share far more on this forum than I ever would in real life unless you knew me really, really well.

    Me too.

    Otherwise I'm pretty much ISFP I think, although I can get a little INTPish in discussions about religion.
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    AKA Nunki Polaris's Avatar
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    I come off as more T-ish online because I don't get to accompany my words with facial expressions and tone of voice. I'm also more J online, since I'm dealing with thoughts and ideas instead of practical things.
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    ESTJ amirite?

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    To echo what others have said...I have no idea whether I come across INFJ on here or not. But in any event I always try to remain true to myself online.

    It IS much easier for me to open up over this medium, and really write out my thoughts on something, so people on here get far more of my inner world and thoughts than people in real-life would. In real-life interactions I think I am more vague simply because it is very hard for me to get my thoughts/feelings out in the moment. I need time to sit and think about all of it before I can articulate, sometimes, and you just don't have that time factor in real life conversations. (Also, I talk way more about myself on here than I do in real life. In real life I tend to turn it over to the other person a lot more - inquiring into them.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyrielle View Post
    INFJ - On the forum, I dunno, I suppose I'm more NiTi here than in real life. I share much more here than anywhere else. So far, there are only two people outside of this place that know as much as you all know. There are only a few people that engage my analytical side fully in real life...most of the time it's fairly clearly NiNeFe or some other mishmash of those three. In short, I am far less silly here than I would be if you were to meet me...that probably has a whole lot to do with being able to think carefully through what I'm saying. Off the forums, I can't do that as much unless it's e-mails, so I end up being less serious.
    Thanks for sharing then, would have been a waste if not
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Forum type is clearly NeFe, in real life I am more like INTP
    Prolly that ^

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    INFJ apparently.
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    I think I just come across as ISFP.

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    Rats off to ya! Mort Belfry's Avatar
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    I think I seem like an ENTP on this forum.
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

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    To have to watch this show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    To echo what others have said...I have no idea whether I come across INFJ on here or not. But in any event I always try to remain true to myself online.

    It IS much easier for me to open up over this medium, and really write out my thoughts on something, so people on here get far more of my inner world and thoughts than people in real-life would. In real-life interactions I think I am more vague simply because it is very hard for me to get my thoughts/feelings out in the moment. I need time to sit and think about all of it before I can articulate, sometimes, and you just don't have that time factor in real life conversations. (Also, I talk way more about myself on here than I do in real life. In real life I tend to turn it over to the other person a lot more - inquiring into them.)
    What cascademn (hey, did you change your name or am I going insane? quite possibly the latter) said, although change INFJ to INTP in the first sentence.

    I'm possibly a bit more Fe online than IRL. *shrug* It's hard for me to tell.
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