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    Senior Member The Outsider's Avatar
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    I laugh like mad over things like blinking the eyes and the fact that animals such as sheep exist.

    I also speak a whole lot of nonsense, which is usually reserved only for friends. Last time I also got into this huge political debate.

    I remain very kind and helpful though. Perhaps even more so than normally, as shyness isn't holding me back that much.

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    when drunk I'm even more ENFP. But I'm very similar drunk and sober, I am one of those people who don't change personality when they are drunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    I'm of the sense that alcohol tends to play musical chairs with one's functions. It seems when I'm a bit intoxicated, I become more like an ENTP. My primary function is somewhat impaired, leaving most of my mental processes in the hands of my secondary function. I'm wondering how precisely this might behave in other situations; with other combinations of functions.
    Mmmmm... You wouldn't look like a true ENTP, however.

    Alcohol might affect the Thinking functions, so indeed, your Ne might temporarily outperform your Ti. But you would still lack Fe.

    Hence, chances are you would sound like a loud mouthed, immature ENTP when intoxicated.
    "A man who only drinks water has a secret to hide from his fellow-men" -Baudelaire

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    I'm of the sense that alcohol tends to play musical chairs with one's functions.
    +1. Thanks to alcohol I have experienced entire evenings of pure Se thrills at clubs, first mesmerized by a concert, later showing off on the dance floor. () It doesn't happen often that I completely surrender to the moment, suspending all critical analysis for hours at a time, but when it does, it's rejuvenating.

    ... That reminds me: I really should learn to meditate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lost verses View Post
    I just don't think it was necessary to say the thread poster's question wasn't rocket science...
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    So seems it wasn't that obvious after all.
    Prof, you shouldn't joke around with people who can't recognize one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    when drunk I'm even more ENFP. But I'm very similar drunk and sober, I am one of those people who don't change personality when they are drunk.
    I think I'm the same also. Only a bit louder and I bump into even more stuff.

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    I tell you what - I definitely act more ENFP when I'm under the influence. I'm more spontaneous, definitely extroverted, more quick-witted, creative, and friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    Did this discussion take place in another language, originally?
    Nah. Me and my friend are just weird in the first place.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Slightly drunk me = like my normal self but with the volume turned up a little. Also, emotions that wouldn't be obvious become obvious - I am a stereotypical "aw, I love you, man" drunk at this stage. The world seems fuzzy and beautiful, and I really love everyone I'm with at this stage.

    Totally drunk me = volume on regular self turned WAY up. This can be good or bad, depending on who I'm with and whether or not I'm harbouring any negative feelings towards them that I haven't shared yet. If I am, things can get a bit shouty and ugly at this stage, which is why I try to avoid it. The hangover the next day also sucks, which is another reason getting too drunk isn't a good idea for me.
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    I don't get intoxicated exactly as much as I used to, but...

    Alcohol - ENTP symptoms start to show up somewhere between tipsy and drunk, it can take a bit.
    MDMA - ENFP
    Cocaine - xNTJ
    Opiates - INTP + damn I feel good
    Marijuana - INFP/ISTP/INTP/ENFP depending on set/setting
    Shrooms - INTP x10
    LSD - INTP x100
    DXM - A foolish ENTP
    Nitrous - INFJ with Ni overload.
    Salvia - XXXX

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    damn, son.

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