Regarding social media, my ENFJ friend advises "block with reckless abandon".
If it's not entertaining, not something you want to hear, not interactions you really want to have - block, block, block!
I have also started making use of choosing who sees certain posts of mine, so that I don't get predictable and annoying comments from certain people.
Otherwise, FB is a decent way for me to keep in touch with people I care about in some way, but not enough to really hang out with in person or text/call. Plus, my ESFP friends post funny memes.
My rant: I choose to work about 30 hours/week so I can spend 20+ hours a week volunteering, not counting the time I spend studying another language so I can reach out to certain immigrants in their native tongue. I also have a pretty active social life and am rarely at home.
Stop calking IxFPs lazy.
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
I can understand the 15% requirement to be included in the presidential debates but I think there should be an and/or clause allowing candidates who are on the ballot in all 50 states, even if they poll under 15%.
Ah, those are awful things. My father is a professor in a mechanical school and I'd get constant requests from his students. Apparently, my father would put me as an example for everything they discussed in class and people got curious. I didn't want my dad to have problems with the guys (mostly because his students always like him a lot, even if he's a quite arrogant INTJ) so I'd accept them all, but they'd comment on all my photos (which were tags, I didn't even upload them!). My mother would "invite me" to like/befriend others' accounts (because she wants a son-in-law like Thor ) It was too much for me. Then last years the country was divided by the future elections and families were being destroyed because of that, and I was being bombed with photos of marriages and pregnancies/babies coming of those marriages, so I said bye bye too.
I like the idea of insulting people with something that sounds so important as the Dunning-Kruger effect, especially when considering its meaning, hahaha
Hahahaha you killed me there
The examples of your dad, and the Thor son in law sounds like so much fun haha!
I never say that "Dunning-Kruger" out loud, but it's like there's a sound in my head "Yeah you got all the knowledge, you're talking from somewhere other than your mouth when you say this, yep Dunning-Kruger symptoms indeed!" There are so many of them in life
Work for a cause not for Applause
Live to express not to Impress
*decorates shoe to look like aquatic monster creature wearing rhinestones and returns it to you*
*puts in on*
actually i do need new shoes i have holes in the soles but i'm really lazy and hate shoe shopping. you're a girl buy me some shoes. i mean i'll give you the money for them. but they can't tie and the need to be every day shoes.
Perfectly robust chickens Run laps a lot Pee on the garden Leap over fences Cock is a word for rooster Hen is a type of chicken? Kit kats are good Nice chickens don't belong in the Zoo