I'm not going to lie; I love talking about myself. I got really excited when I saw the title of this thread.
I've never been great at describing myself, but lately I've finally been getting a sense of identity, so now I can apply it to something
I'm awkward, socially inept, and one of those people who always ends up fucking something up. I suck at being polite and formal- I find it embarrassing, and I can't do it without my face turning red and my words sounding forced. I care way too much what people think about me. I'm sarcastic and maybe a little cold at times, but I was once the most emotionally fragile being in the universe. I'm a bit of a narcissist, but an insecure one. As a result, I strongly prefer to build friendships with people who are younger than me and people who idolize me. I'm motivated by praise, and demotivated by challenges (meaning I don't have a desire to "prove people wrong" when they say I can't do something- it actually makes me feel less confident about what I'm trying to do). I have a scientific mind; I'm fascinated by things other people think are gross, like tonsil stones and earwax removal. However, apart from this, I'm not very scientific. I have synesthesia and I think it's awesome. I write often, but I've never finished a story without rushing through most of the plot. There are few things I hate more than being ignored. I am an opportunist, but the one thing that can cause me to throw away all concern for myself is when I see someone being treated unfairly (especially by an authority figure). Politically, I'm almost perfectly balanced, despite not really being neutral on anything. I'm a firearm-loving, security-obsessed feminist who loves LGBT rights almost as much as she dislikes religion. I have a tendency to idolize people until it destroys me, and I like having the opportunity to be idolized by others just so I can treat them the way I've always wanted to be treated. I hate when people point out others' quirks or possible mental issues, even if they do it in private. It just makes me really uncomfortable and I always claim to not have noticed, even if it was obvious to me. I used to have an ultra-feminine alter-ego, but I sort of grew out of it, and now I simply express my elegant side while pampering/grooming myself. I'm constantly torn between my desire to make supportive, loyal, fun-loving female friends and my annoyance with most xSFJ women I meet. I hate reading and I'm not a big fan of TV unless I'm really into a particular show or movie. I love video games and interactive fiction, though. I'm indecisive, and I always worry about making the wrong choice, even if it's something minor like ordering food. If I'm in a situation where I can't have uninterrupted thoughts, I become very distressed (like if I'm stuck in a conversation while at home, when all I want to do is chill and think).