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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    all of them!

    ( I know that I seriously abuse the use of emoticons here but that really is the best way to express what I have to say sometimes I'm somewhat suspicious of those who would consider my posting fluffy for the use of so many smilies :steam: Seriously, when I talk in real life I'm expressive as well I mean, like not emotionally expressive but kind of at least rather active in my movements um, yeah, that's about all I have to say on that! )


    It really depends on my moods.

    When I'm attempting to be holier than thou, , or am trying to be annoying , or in a stuck up mood , or trying to follow a seriously dry thread , or when I'm feeling childish , and really want to teach someone a lesson .

    Sometimes I feel really sad , and even need a hanky .

    Other times I'm feeling frisky , or shy . Or even scared. .

    When some ENTP scheme works out (e.g. training gray ) , or I feel like dancing. . And who can forget the emoticon indelibly linked to whatever

    But of all, this one's my favourite:

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    But of all, this one's my favourite:
    Not a choice I would have expected from an NT. But then maybe I'm thinking more of INTx's. That's probably it. ENTx's tend not to be as cold, now that I think about it...

    You seem to be a fairly open, empathetic and concerned person. That's rare these days. Try not to lose that quality, I think it's a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    Not a choice I would have expected from an NT. But then maybe I'm thinking more of INTx's. That's probably it... ENTx's tend not to be as cold, now that I think about it...

    You seem to be a fairly open, empathetic and concerned person. That's rare these days. Try not to lose that quality, I think it's a good thing.
    maybe I'm becoming an NF



    Thanks though.

    It could be an NT choice. An outright hug would likely make an NT feel a bit awkward. But at the same time, you do like affection. So a ruffle on the head is that comfort without being sappy? And I just like how the sad smiley smiles after he gets his ruffle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    maybe I'm becoming an NF
    No, I wouldn't say that. You don't seem to have that same hypersensitive Fi quality as an ENFP. I see more Fe in that. Don't worry, you're an ENTP.

    It could be an NT choice. An outright hug would likely make an NT feel a bit awkward. But at the same time, you do like affection. So a ruffle on the head is that comfort without being sappy? And I just like how the sad smiley smiles after he gets his ruffle.
    I didn't know NT's liked affection for a long time. I always used to keep myself on technical topics with them and only discuss my feelings with other F's. I was worried I would disgust them by expressing any sort of emotion because (very early on) I misunderstood the dichotomies as being close to absolute for people with inferior/dominant functions. (Note that I learned all this through message board/internet interactions, and didn't deal with people out in society where the problems with that might have been more observable.)

    What I found out was that they usually like implicit empathy a lot better. Not to mention that they lend a soothing calmness that I don't get from other NF's, who for all their effort sometimes just intensify my negative emotions instead of my positive ones.

    My picture has always been this, at the extremes:

    NF:

    NT:

    But what I've learned lately is that E and I make a difference, as do P and J, combined with environment and such. So NT's can care willingly... It really is forcing me to reexamine my previous, hasty assumptions, but I certainly enjoy the emotions I let myself pick up from them now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    No, I wouldn't say that. You don't seem to have that same hypersensitive Fi quality as an ENFP.
    ENFP's are not supersensitive!
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    Top Favs:

    <---- Winking is practically my signature facial expression in online conversations. He's not as as some of the other Mr. Winks, but it'll do.

    <---- INTJ. Self-explanatory.

    <---- This was original created on an art site I used to visit daily, so I've loved that emoticon since 2004.

    , :eek:, :& <---- BAHAHAAHAHAAHAHA! How can you not like these critters? I especially loved how Javo used the :eek: here.

    <---- One of the reasons why this is one of my favorite emoticons is because his sadness is <cutely> over-exaggerated without being saccharine. Entertaining and effective at the same time.

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    <---- A good replacement for the smilie (who's a tad unattractive as of a result of his harsh lines & fading colors) - he's adorable and simple.

    <---- We all know it's the mischievious facade of this bad-boy: .

    <---- I can't remember who used this emoticon in a way that made me laugh, but I was definitely fond of this little guy afterwards.
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    Default I think smilies are sweet!

    Actually, I enjoy the "girlie" smilies like these below, because I can identify...








    But lately I've been really enjoying the smilies below, because in normal email correspondence, I generally make my smilies like this --> =) rather than the colon-eyes!






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