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    I can think of one situation where my walking would get all messed up.
    When it was raining and I was with my INFJ friend and I would give her my umbrella but I would try to stay under it myself.. I would lose my balance and almost fall over and I would constantly bump into her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebe View Post
    When I need to be somewhere, I walk really fast and with purpose. Actually, I generally walk pretty fast comparatively. If I am with friends or don't have a purpose, I stumble and wobble...and SWAY!
    I'm this way. If I have a specific goal, I move fast and with tunnel vision, weaving around the occasional slowpoke. Whenever I don't have a specific goal and I have some time, I meander and look at everything but my path. I like looking up when I'm walking aimlessly.

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    I believe I need someone walking with me to give accurate observations about my walking habits :P

    I don't know, I probably move fast. Arms usually don't know where to put, often try to put them in pockets. More I cannot really say.

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    I walk pretty fast. I want to get where I'm going now. When I'm with a group of friends, I'm always the one leading the pack, but never the one who knows where we're going. So I always have to look back to see if I'm still heading in the right direction.

    I also can't walk in a straight line to save my life. If somebody's walking next to me they will get bumped into.

    I space out while I'm walking, but I space out doing everything else too.

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    Like others, I'll walk fast and with purpose when I'm heading somewhere (especially if I'm late). However, when I'm more at leisure, I've had the occasional companion comment on the rocky, bumpy path down which it seems I alone tend to be walking.

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    I walk fast naturally. And I tread lightly. Because clomping really bothers me. As do some people who thwack their flip flops so obnoxiously.
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    I went to a 20 year on school reunion (nearly 20 years ago lol) and one of my classmates pointed out that I walked exactly the same and I asked her what she meant and she described my walk exactly as in the article in the OP. I'd seen the article before and it had brought a grin to my face thinking back to my classmate's comment. I have a kind of striding, slightly bouncy walk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElizaJane View Post
    I have a few of INFP friends, and they all walk slower than me, and they tend to walk diagonally and make spontaneous turns and stops.
    THIS IS ME.

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    I think like most things it depends on the situation. Sometimes I walk looking around at everything and soaking it up, feeling in tune with my surroundings. Sometimes I walk looking nowhere with my mind wandering off in thought. The speed of my walking depends whether the walk or the destination interests me more. If I like the walk then why walk fast. I take my time and enjoy it, think, feel, etc. If I really want to see what is at the end of the walk then I'm happy to run even.
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    I walk "with a purpose," briskly. My feet point apart usually and I enjoy my own stride, it's bouncy and calculated. I'm used to walking in shitty areas of town at night and falling asleep to gunshots, so I keep my head up and stay alert! Other than casual smiles and hellos, people never bother me while I'm out walking at any time of the day (well except to cat-call :rolli: and if they catch me on the right day they wish I hadn't when I'm chasing them down the street)
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