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    Senior Member Hera's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by You View Post
    I've been doing that since I started washing my own clothes.
    There are things in my room I never use. Bookcase? Just pile them on the desk or floor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hera View Post
    INTP: I've seen an INTP do this, along with myself. Things like washing clothes, and then leaving them in the basket instead of putting them away. Just taking them out of the basket and using them. Why do I even have drawers?
    I do this all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post

    INTP: Takes the long route to avoid having to interact with people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hera View Post
    INTP: I've seen an INTP do this, along with myself. Things like washing clothes, and then leaving them in the basket instead of putting them away. Just taking them out of the basket and using them. Why do I even have drawers?
    I sometimes do this as well.
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    the istj one with the windex and paper towels was hilarious....haha

    my ex had lots of funny istjish habits...he always had a pen and paper in his pocket with his to do list on it...i'm pretty sure it was every day. he also kept towels on the mats in the car.
    not sure if this is related but he's a runner and once when he was planning a flight i asked what time i should pick him up from the airport...he said he would just pack his running gear and run home...it's like 20 miles.

    actually the only time he wasn't doing something productive was when there was a football game on or it was late at night and he was having a beer watching a movie or tv or something...but every weekend morning he was just up early busy busy busy all day...so funny.
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    ISFJ - Keeps his CDs in alphabetical order in CD racks, with no gaps for new CDs. Considered it a weekend accomplishment to have reorganized his collection to accommodate the new CDs he bought, which means shifting every single CD he owns, one by one (in those racks that have separation between each single CD so you can't move more than one at a time), by one or two spaces to make room for the new ones. (back in the CD days)


    ENFP - Tells her ISFJ boyfriend to meet her somewhere (very crowded and difficult to find people) at a certain time. Shows up 45 min late, spends 30 sec looking for him, and gives up. Later gets mad AT HIM for not being there, wtf.
    (Edit - I know because I was with her - she was completely nonchalant about being late and didn't want to put much effort into looking for him when we got there, then later yelled at him for it, omg, haha.)


    INTP - Just moved in, doesn't have anything to decorate with, doesn't know how, has ZERO sense of aesthetics. There are a few empty hooks on the living room walls, so he decides to "decorate" by hanging random objects on the hooks, like an umbrella and a sock.


    INTJ - Prepares cereal as usual - get bowl, pour in cereal, pour rice milk over it, eat on couch while working on laptop.

    Doesn't notice until he has eaten about 1/3 of the bowl (despite wrong color, wrong consistency, wrong smell, wrong label on carton) that it tastes funny because he grabbed the carton of chicken broth instead of the rice milk.



    INFP - Always 30 - 60 min late when we meet up, but the timing works out perfectly, because knowing I don't have to be on time with her, I am too. Gets confused when I get seats and sit down for the play before it begins while she arrives late, then realizes it's because I have my INTJ hub with me.
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    ESFP - most recent couch-surfing record was 8 days away from her own bed. ended last week.

    INTP - will take the slower route driving because he hates doubling back.

    INTP - meticulously organizes his CDs but the rest of his room is a wreck.

    ENFP - regularly dresses up in costume for no real reason. approximately monthly. (not me)

    ENFP - organizes her closet by heaviness of fabric. (me)

    ISxJ - plays a ukelele and convinces her dog to "sing" to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    ENFP - organizes her closet by heaviness of fabric. (me)
    I organize mine by color. Even when I'm hanging laundry to dry, sometimes I can't resist the urge to organize it by color, like red, yellow, green, turquoise, blue, purple, black. Is that weird?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redcheerio View Post
    I organize mine by color. Even when I'm hanging laundry to dry, sometimes I can't resist the urge to organize it by color, like red, yellow, green, turquoise, blue, purple, black. Is that weird?
    i dunno, you have to figure out some way to organize it, right? when two pieces of clothing are the same heaviness (two tank tops, whatever), i put the lighter colors first then the darker ones.

    i wonder how others organize their closets

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    ESFP - most recent couch-surfing record was 8 days away from her own bed. ended last week.
    ONLY 8 days?


    ISxJ - plays a ukelele and convinces her dog to "sing" to it.
    D'aww, that's cute.

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    This thread rules!!
    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    INTP: Takes the long route to avoid having to interact with people.
    My INTJ aunt does this -- she gets to work an hour early to "avoid the rush" (as if there's such a thing as a rush to the office).
    Quote Originally Posted by You View Post
    INTJ: Experimented on two cats.
    Oh god.
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