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    Blarg! :banghead:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grungemouse View Post
    ...your flittering mannerisms fluctuate between giggling uncontrollably and mortified silence.

    ...you swear you're feeling the onset of a cardiac arrest when the word "group work" is mentioned, especially when it concerns you.

    ...you can barely control the urge to correct the girl named "Sara", because her name clearly lacks that silent 'H' which is oh-so needed.

    ...it doesn't matter if someone mocks your style of dress, but a rebuke towards your competence in work/school brings a crashing wave of acute depression.
    *thumbs up*

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    ..you forget to eat because you are too busy thinking.

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    When you are able to intrigue a room full of people into coping your mannerisms, at least temporarily.

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    What about a reference? Can you write a reference?

    In the history class, we had to write these references. We were given someone's ruminations, and then we had to write a reference about it. One reference a week. Originally I did not think it was a problem.
    If the INTPs can discuss postmodernism without knowing what postmodernism is, they can get away with anything?

    The point in reference is the opposite. That is the key of the difficulty.
    Reference is not a discussion. It does not have wings. It does not lift off the base.

    After having written the first reference in the history class, I got fail. The following week, another fail. Third week I asked a friend to do it for me. She did the job in ten minutes.
    The teacher was surprised. He had not thought I was college material. He gave me a B+.
    I could enjoy modest success.
    Very modest- but I did not need to leave the class immediately.

    Is this reference thing even remotely an INTP thing? Has anyone had similar trouble?
    Just curious. Can you write a reference?
    It is an admirable quality I am sure.

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    ...your logic seems sound, but still manages to be destroyed by an INTJ's scrutiny.
    "Death is nothing, but to live defeated and inglorious is to die daily."
    —Bonaparte

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    ...your logic seems sound, but still manages to be destroyed by an INTJ's scrutiny.
    :rolleyes2:
    I hope I'm wrong, but I believe that he is a fraud, and I think despite all of his rhetoric about being a champion of the working class, it will turn out to be hollow -- Bernie Sanders on Trump

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    What about a reference? Can you write a reference?

    In the history class, we had to write these references. We were given someone's ruminations, and then we had to write a reference about it. One reference a week. Originally I did not think it was a problem.
    If the INTPs can discuss postmodernism without knowing what postmodernism is, they can get away with anything?

    The point in reference is the opposite. That is the key of the difficulty.
    Reference is not a discussion. It does not have wings. It does not lift off the base.

    After having written the first reference in the history class, I got fail. The following week, another fail. Third week I asked a friend to do it for me. She did the job in ten minutes.
    The teacher was surprised. He had not thought I was college material. He gave me a B+.
    I could enjoy modest success.
    Very modest- but I did not need to leave the class immediately.

    Is this reference thing even remotely an INTP thing? Has anyone had similar trouble?
    Just curious. Can you write a reference?
    It is an admirable quality I am sure.
    Depends. Does it have to rhyme?
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    ... when you explain something in vivid detail and still doubt whether you have left something out and if people understand what you say.

    ... when you explain the framework and leave out the details and think people understand what you say.

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    ...when you're being stalked by justxher

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