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    Quote Originally Posted by Patches View Post
    Also, we could tell by the rainbows shooting out of your eyes and the glitter trail left wherever you walk. That's the tell-tale giveaway when tracking wild INFPs.
    also your farts sound like calliope music and smell like potpourri. dead giveaway.

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    I'm tired and I have a good book waiting for me in bed, why am I still browsing here?
    We write better than the author of that book?

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    Having perfect pitch sucks sometimes. I try to sing a song in another key that suits my voice better, and I can't because the original key is stuck in my head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneLovelyAdventure View Post
    Having perfect pitch sucks sometimes. I try to sing a song in another key that suits my voice better, and I can't because the original key is stuck in my head.
    Omg sooooo true.
    How can you distinguish whether you have perfect pitch or a really good ear?

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    Now for your moment of zen.
    "Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul." - Edward Abbey

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    We write better than the author of that book?
    if I minded that I wouldn't read anything anymore (just kidding I'm not really that cocky)

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    Quote Originally Posted by baccheion View Post
    Has not been my experience. Sometimes it seemed they were aware, accepting of others, and honest about what they are saying, but they always ended up being full of it. While it seemed like they were doing things out of the goodness of their heart or because they felt like doing it (or whatever else they claim), there was always some BS attached. Every time they did something it was as though they were keeping score (but this didn't become obvious until later on), and then they'd start using it all to make accusations that they were being victimized, not being acknowledged for all they do, and that you are some sort of dependent, worthless, pathetic loser that everything had to be done for and all the BS accusations typically pointed in an INTP's direction. After a while you notice they never stop complaining, actively look for things to complain about, want to constantly accuse you of the dumbest things, and will do anything to seen as the one that's open-minded, aware, accepting, knowledgeable, etc. It doesn't seem they admire the strengths of an INTP (as they claim), it seems they want to say they are the ones with those strengths and that the INTP is a pathetic, worthless, idiot. And every chance they get, that's what they do.
    I wrote a long paragraph in reply but realized I could sum it up in one sentence:

    That really sucks.

    My ISFJ BFF is very mature and well rounded. She's a genuine person and not one of those fake assholes. I've met an ISFJ like the kind you described. She had a massive Martyr complex and it was the most annoying shit in the world. She pretended like she cared about everyone and would go out of her way to take care of others, but in reality she only did it to look good. Those kinds of ISFJs...Those kinds of people--stay away from them.

    I recommend going online and shopping for an ISFJ. I'd recommend getting a more mid-range priced one than a super cheap one; they come with some, err...faults.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OneLovelyAdventure View Post
    Having perfect pitch sucks sometimes. I try to sing a song in another key that suits my voice better, and I can't because the original key is stuck in my head.
    Ugh I know that feel. I don't have perfect pitch, but I have really good pitch memory, and it drives me crazy when people sing/perform songs in a different key. My mind is so stuck in the "right" version that I can't separate myself from it.
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Ugh I know that feel. I don't have perfect pitch, but I have really good pitch memory, and it drives me crazy when people sing/perform songs in a different key. My mind is so stuck in the "right" version that I can't separate myself from it.
    Same here- not perfect pitch but decently good. My brother likes to have ukulele singalongs which is usually a lot of fun but at one point we did a lot of Beatles songs and the ukulele tabs were different from the originals. I could not figure out how to sing those damn songs when I had the original playing in my head as I tried.

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