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    Pretty interesting to note: one of the questions on the MMPI reads something like this: "I feel alone even when in a large group of people" True or False

    I believe its one of the eccentricity (F) items.

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    I don't know who you are or what you want, but if you are not who I think you won't care if I tell you I am about to go public is a very big way.

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    Is that a euphemism?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    Is that a euphemism?
    Is it's a I've had enough of this bull shit-ism

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    Chunga whorka. Ugga thortu wanga crud!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleph-One View Post
    Chunga whorka. Ugga thortu wanga crud!
    Care to elaborate?

    Anyways, not being alone isn't such a bad thing even for an introvert. I happen to be fairly borderline in all my functions I= 60% N=60% T=65% P=60%.
    Those are estimates off of a percentile test.

    I don't feel very lonely. Most of my friendships are slightly aquantance-ish. My friends don't know a lot about me but they accept me, and if they feel the need to know something about me I'm not afraid to tell them.

    I suppose an INTPs loneliness is dependent on how introverted he/she is and how much they have developed their social skills to convey something worth while to people.

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    I'll admit that I think there's different levels of quantifying loneliness.

    When I read the OP, I thought INTPs would be pretty lonely. Then again, my perception of lonely meant just feeling misunderstood, which in and of itself is not loneliness. This being said, I think that it's an open-ended question. I think an INTP is more likely to feel hopelessly lonely compared to certain other types; however, they aren't likely to go batshit insane if there weren't other people around.

    Bah, I can't really describe what I really want to say in that last sentence.
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    Sometimes you are the wanker and sometimes you are the wavering ?! .)(. ?\?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blank View Post
    however, they aren't likely to go batshit insane if there weren't other people around.
    Ha, ha. This was only a "joke thread". You "over rationalized". Take a guess at what might drive someone batshit insane. I'm calm now, but if you push my buttons you will get music. I will try again not to come back here.

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    When the real LostInNerSpace comes back, we should remind him/her that every self-respecting INT knows the benefit of a strong password.
    Aleph-One, you look like the kind of person who would spend his spare time building a giant robot to hold the government for ransom. -Some Guy on the Internet

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