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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Oh, wait. You do it out loud in public? I'm doing it inside my head. Well, most of the time that is. Old blabbermouth is in the house when I'm all alone.
    I'm way too self-conscious to exhibit this kind of behaviour in public and I try my best to avoid it.
    Oh I don't do it in public very often - only when I'm around people I'm comfortable with - otherwise everyone would think I'm completely nuts. They might not be wrong, but still. I mostly talk out loud to myself when I'm on my own, the rest of the time it's all in my head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faine View Post
    Oh I don't do it in public very often - only when I'm around people I'm comfortable with - otherwise everyone would think I'm completely nuts. They might not be wrong, but still. I mostly talk out loud to myself when I'm on my own, the rest of the time it's all in my head.

    I wonder, when we're doing this out loud in public, we're in our "thinking" zone and spaced out and doing it subconsciously.
    Are we saying anything intelligible at all?
    I mean, it makes sense to us and obviously not to others because of their reaction. But are they really listening to us or are they only reacting to our weird behaviour?
    Could we be actually "throwing pearls at swine" and they're not aware of it?

    This makes me think about small children who haven't learned how to talk yet. At least not in our "human" language. But they're definitely using their voice for something we're not capable of understanding. It's fun to watch actually. What if they're saying something profound? Nobody knows...

    Here I am. Thinking out loud...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    I wonder, when we're doing this out loud in public, we're in our "thinking" zone and spaced out and doing it subconsciously.
    Are we saying anything intelligible at all?
    I mean, it makes sense to us and obviously not to others because of their reaction. But are they really listening to us or are they only reacting to our weird behaviour?
    Could we be actually "throwing pearls at swine" and they're not aware of it?

    This makes me think about small children who haven't learned how to talk yet. At least not in our "human" language. But they're definitely using their voice for something we're not capable of understanding. It's fun to watch actually. What if they're saying something profound? Nobody knows...

    Here I am. Thinking out loud...
    I just realized... I was having a conversation with myself (with a strange tone actually ) and saying NOTHING - I mean NOTHING - intelligible - just ... Random - and the moment this realization entered my consciousness this stream of random thoughts ended - and I have no idea what the ... was I just talking about. It's in between my deep thinking and surface thoughts.

    I do that a lot on paper as well. I write something and write the whole paper with that one word or then I write something else that connects to it and something that reminds of that something else but I do it on a not conscious mode - while I'm listening, talking ... If I just have a pen and paper. But more like repetition on paper rather than dialogue (not monologue )

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    Well. This is the #1 most important reason I like living alone

    Yup. Other people might not get a word in edgewise

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    I think random unintelligible things aloud usually as well. I'll be with my friends and zone out within my own head making one leap to another from the starting off point... then I find myself rambling aloud about something so far disconnected from the present conversation. My friends have just gotten used to ignoring me at this point. :P

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    By the way, could there possibly be an infj, who would say: "You are infj, if you have the random need to get laid immediantely after seeing something totally unrelatingable to sex ?"

    Or are you all fluffy and nice ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    By the way, could there possibly be an infj, who would say: "You are infj, if you have the random need to get laid immediantely after seeing something totally unrelatingable to sex ?"
    ...maybe...it's possible...
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    "There is no god; there is only us. Savage and fragile."

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    Thank god !

    I was about to type my infj, entp after getting fluffed up in typologys infj world
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Thank god !

    I was about to type my infj, entp after getting fluffed up in typologys infj world
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