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  • Fast walker, I'm an E

    17 22.08%
  • I

    44 57.14%
  • N

    50 64.94%
  • S

    8 10.39%
  • F

    28 36.36%
  • T

    30 38.96%
  • P

    36 46.75%
  • J

    22 28.57%
  • Slow walker, I'm an E

    6 7.79%
  • I

    15 19.48%
  • N

    13 16.88%
  • S

    6 7.79%
  • F

    11 14.29%
  • T

    11 14.29%
  • P

    15 19.48%
  • J

    4 5.19%
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  1. #21
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    Pretty fast walker. It takes effort for me to slow myself down to an ambling pace.
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    i am a slow walker, real slow. i am always falling way behind the group.
    i like it like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Maybe introverts walk faster because we're trying to get away from people?
    That's a good point actually. As for myself, I'm not so much trying to get away from people but to get to my destination without being distracted by the people. It's like a tunnel vision, I hardly notice anything around me and I'm always in my thoughts or listening music. I have things to do and I'm going to do them!

    And I do the fast walking on the streets. When walking in the nature, it slows down a bit. But I still have to constantly remind myself that I'm there to enjoy the scenery and not to rush through the park or the countryside.

    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    One of my SJ friends expressed surprise at thinking about stuff while you walk. I was surprised to find out that not everyone does.
    That puzzles me too. What else is there to do then but to think while walking?

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    I walk slowly until I realize someone I'm not into is coming my way. THEN I speed up. :P

    I also think as I walk, which is why I go slowly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    And I do the fast walking on the streets. When walking in the nature, it slows down a bit. But I still have to constantly remind myself that I'm there to enjoy the scenery and not to rush through the park or the countryside.
    Lol, me too. I enjoy going for walks as a solitary leisure activity, but I seem to get through them really fast and I'm left thinking "Now what?" I was forced to sit outside for hours with nothing to do but think yesterday - it's amazing where your brain goes when you're an SJ with no plan of action to complete :P!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    That puzzles me too. What else is there to do then but to think while walking?
    It's funny, but I do this quite a lot, when working too: I realise I've just been doing something for a certain period of time but I have absolutely no idea what I've been thinking about - I've just done the task. I am such a robot :[ I'm really self-conscious, so I can spend a whole walk honing in on other people to check they're not looking at me.

    I wonder if that's why random strangers seem to recognise me from just seeing me walking in the street (happened so many times now) - it probably looks weird to be so aware of your surroundings.

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    Falcarius walks slow because he likes to daydream and and take in his surroundings, which is ironically a good thing as he is quite dangerous when in a rush.
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    Narcissism, plain and simple.

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    Depends on the mood now. Used to be very fast. Now, either/or.
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    to the quick ;/
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    It differs a lot. Often I run from people, then I'm very fast. Sometimes I go so slow I nearly collapse.

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    lawl, people tell me that i walk fast

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