You can emulate almost all variations of social behavior nearly flawlessly, but none of which come to you naturally. Be it body language, charisma, flirting, sense of etiquette or another, keeping them "on" for sustained periods of time requires a great deal of energy after which you just want to just freeze while being alone in a room.
Yep, and if you're thinking hard then you forget to do it and then have to pick up the pieces again later.
You feel weird when reading a post that has several emoticons in it.
When enthusiasm is as much a demotivator as it is encouragement.
When you think that 'concept' is a synonym for 'plan'.
When you agonise over how to precisely word your thoughts on "You know you're an INTP when...".
When you post only half of what you mean and then wonder why everyone.
Mr. Know-it-all in your area of interest, but everything else.. meh. Unless it interests you.
You are listening to someone pondering, and grasp on to an idea they've given immediately trying to test and strech it.
...you unconsciously (or uncaringly) 'lead others on' with your ambivalence.
...you are a champion of the one-liner.
...you (sometimes?) reject feelings as ridiculously variable/unpredictable and illogical, and look with distaste at anyone who suffers from such an affliction... luckily you don't have any feelings!
...you are often late.
one word: procrastinator.
[when its not something you're particularly interested in.]
(are these correct?)
I have feelings. ='( You hurt them!
I believe the difference is that Fs live their feelings, whereas a T will have feelings but supress them. I can't speak for others but I don't trust my feelings. If you let them run free--as Fs appear to be let theirs--they can only hurt you and those around you.
People think of feelings as love, joy, and compassion. But remember that feelers are just as vulnerable to hate, jealousy, and anger as they are to positive emotions.