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    So ENFPs really like smilies.

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    ^^ i think we're very rarely serious about anything...why would our posts not reflect this.
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    I love smilies. I use them in some way wherever I post. No real point really, I guess it just sort of personalizes whatever I'm writing a little? I really have no idea.

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    but see they do...because i pictured a big silly grin after what you said instead of a straight face...it makes all the difference.
    eta: and i LOVE your avi!! so cute!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    Excuses!! You see me, I use them and I get first-rate quality discussion all the time!
    lol

    Okay, then I choose not to use them because I don't see a point.

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    I am curious.

    When you talk to the Ts do you get annoyed if you post 10-20 smiliies and you get 0 or 1 in return?

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    It is not harder for me to read, nor am I annoyed with posts containing no smilies. I find it harder to read posts with too many because they seem cluttered.

    If the post is on an impersonal topic then I don't see the need for smiley faces. They would be helpful in clarifying one's meaning in a personal discussion.

    I use them in messages to a small extent. I don't like talking to people who use a smilie in every sentence. If I'm talking to someone who doesn't use them at all then I won't either, as I assume it annoys them, though I dislike feeling obligated to avoid them entirely. It makes me wonder if I send the wrong message.

    When it comes to emotional topics, I tend to play devil's advocate with people who seem to think that their opinions are "right". I feel strongly about a few topics, but I suspend those beliefs in discussion so as not to miss another piece of the overall picture.

    I have no problem grasping technical details when I am interested in a subject. When I become fascinated I have a lot of motivation and energy to learn; this is unfortunately not something I learned to harness for academic success.


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