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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Idk what type this would be but I always considered people with collections strange.

    Whether it be little figurines, snow globes, pictures, bottle caps, cds, etc. People who keep souvenirs, scrap books, china they will never actually use, various candles, and whatever else.
    My INTJ aunt does this. It's crazy, the degree to which she collects things. She could make a list several pages long of the things she collects. And each collection is in its proper place throughout her impeccably, obsessively clean house. Just thinking about it makes me vicariously stressed out!

    Not sure if it's type-related, though. I think I know people of most types who collect things. What is type-related, though, is who keeps up the collecting and who gets bored with it after a while. Ne vs. Ni.
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    INTP: Takes the long route to avoid having to interact with people.
    So freaking guilty of this. Will also leave places to avoid running into people I know or if unavoidable, say a quick prayer to the "Just Wave and Pass By" god.

    Also will close the blinds and tell everyone to be quiet when an unwanted visitor shows up unexpectedly...sssshhhh, there's nobody home!

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    Let’s see... I have a bad habit of having 3 or 4 books going at once and then forgetting about one, finding it under my bed weeks later and having to start from the beginning with it.

    I also have this odd compulsion to round credit card dinner or lunch checks to an even sum: I kind of like doing the arithmetic in my head. Kind of like an after dinner mint.

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    My ISFP sister wears sunglasses in public just so that she can sketch people without them noticing. It seems like she's always people-watching, and if she doesn't have her sketchbook with her, she'll often tell me stuff like "wow, I wish I could draw that person right now! Her hair/nose/posture is so interesting!" etc.

    Whereas I usually look at the ground or my feet, get lost in thought, and end up running into things/people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    so if he takes a bite, wherever the cake is gone, he'll clean all the crumbs out and won't move on until that spot is clean.p
    For some reason this makes me want to shoot myself. Must be my ESTP lack of follow-through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kissmyasthma View Post
    My ISFP sister wears sunglasses in public just so that she can sketch people without them noticing. It seems like she's always people-watching, and if she doesn't have her sketchbook with her, she'll often tell me stuff like "wow, I wish I could draw that person right now! Her hair/nose/posture is so interesting!" etc.

    Whereas I usually look at the ground or my feet, get lost in thought, and end up running into things/people.
    Oh my goodness!! I do that too! I like watching people with my sunglasses on and create random conversations in my head that correlate with how they're postured and the looks on their faces.
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    INTJ: Tells me about war heroes from his native country.............every single day. Every day he comes to me and either wants me to read a wiki page on some war hero's life, or gives me a documentary to watch, or explains the person's life events to me. It's like an ongoing history lesson. There's a lot of Fi in his stories too - about how people from his country have been mistreated, enslaved, or worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kissmyasthma View Post
    My ISFP sister wears sunglasses in public just so that she can sketch people without them noticing. It seems like she's always people-watching, and if she doesn't have her sketchbook with her, she'll often tell me stuff like "wow, I wish I could draw that person right now! Her hair/nose/posture is so interesting!" etc.
    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    Oh my goodness!! I do that too! I like watching people with my sunglasses on and create random conversations in my head that correlate with how they're postured and the looks on their faces.
    Oh man, this sounds eerily familiar. My ISFP ex did the same thing. And as for the bolded part, she did this too. If she saw someone that looked like a professor, she would maybe say (to herself or to me), "Well, hello there sir, what kind of lecture are you giving today?" Or if she saw a businessman, she'd say, "Excuse me sir, are stocks on the rise today?" This kind of stuff all the time. Quite funny actually.
    NTJ's are the only types that have ever made me feel emo.
    ENP's are the only types that have ever made me feel like a sensor.


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