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    Reason vs Being ragashree's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flush View Post
    You get lost in your own neighborhood.

    (or is that just me? )
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    I will have you know I reserve that particular activity exclusively for the neighbourhoods of others, thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    People mistake you for emo, but your poetry isn't that bad and you've never really got around to doing weird things with your hair, clothes and makeup.
    Emo is people trying to fake INFP.

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    you realize that all human beings are evil and good at the same time.
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    you talk to your stuffed animal or toy, or your pen/pencils.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niki View Post
    you talk to your stuffed animal or toy, or your pen/pencils.
    And they talk back to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Emo is people trying to fake INFP.
    What would worry me in that case is why in the name of the supernal presence and the sorrows diuturnal anyone would WANT to

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragashree View Post
    What would worry me in that case is why in the name of the supernal presence and the sorrows diuturnal anyone would WANT to
    Hey, my thoughts exactly. I'm not exactly unhappy with being my type, though, but I get the point. Maybe being seen as emotionally sensitive is a romantic ideal these days...which in some respects isn't a bad thing, but why so focused on the negative side of things.
    I dunno, teenagers and young adults, always seem to embrace what is seen rebelling, and some times contrary to societies values and desires. It's a good thing really.
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    Hey, my thoughts exactly. I'm not exactly unhappy with being my type, though, but I get the point. Maybe being seen as emotionally sensitive is a romantic ideal these days...which in some respects isn't a bad thing, but why so focused on the negative side of things.
    I agree! Im pretty emotionally sensitive but I think I tend to focus on positive emotions because I would prefer to feel happy as opposed to feeling sad. I think people think that because focused on sadness and negative emotions is the romantic ideal? dunno

    Oh, you know you're an INFP if the person who just arrived in town you live in, has to show you around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireyPheonix View Post
    Hey, my thoughts exactly. I'm not exactly unhappy with being my type, though, but I get the point. Maybe being seen as emotionally sensitive is a romantic ideal these days...which in some respects isn't a bad thing, but why so focused on the negative side of things.
    I dunno, teenagers and young adults, always seem to embrace what is seen rebelling, and some times contrary to societies values and desires. It's a good thing really.
    Actually, that makes me think... maybe a lot of Emo's have TJ parents and the melodramatic Emo-ness is a sort of knee-jerk reaction against this? Worthy of further study, perhaps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireyPheonix View Post
    Hey, my thoughts exactly. I'm not exactly unhappy with being my type, though, but I get the point. Maybe being seen as emotionally sensitive is a romantic ideal these days...which in some respects isn't a bad thing, but why so focused on the negative side of things.
    I dunno, teenagers and young adults, always seem to embrace what is seen rebelling, and some times contrary to societies values and desires. It's a good thing really.
    I don't think it is necessarily a good thing. Knee-jerk rebelling, to be rebel for the sheer sake of rebelling, mindlessly, seems as bad or worse than conforming for conformity's sake.

    It means being totally controlled by that which one rebels against instead of being an indepedent, free-thinker.

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