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    Trouble, trouble, trouble... no wonder I have a hard time looking away.
    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nocebo View Post
    I'm wearing a belt like that...
    ... except mine has more holes.
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Niceee. Veryy nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I learned a long time ago there's no way I'm ever going to have every hair in place and everything perfectly immaculate, like J women are prone to do.
    I haven't noticed that. Most of the glamorous women I have known have been Ps. Js like to get things done and are less likely to agonize over perfecting their appearance, I'd have thought. I was actually once criticized for being immaculate by an ISFJ colleague. Some people can make anything sound like an insult...
    I used to spend waaay too much time on my appearance as a teen, mostly due to insecurity. These days, I do the minimum to be what I consider, respectable. (e.g. I'll wipe the toothpaste stains off ... most days )

    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    Yeah, I suck at that, too. but prefer the latter, so helpful people remind me to smile.
    Oh yes, that's a really good way to piss me off!
    Apparently, the fact that "it" might never happen, is reason enough to walk around grinning like an idiot all the time...
    Why is it that total strangers think they have a right to tell you what facial expression to wear? Why don't you just come round my house and pick out my bloody outfit, while you're about it??!!
    They actually think they're being charming too...
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    I haven't noticed that. Most of the glamorous women I have known have been Ps. Js like to get things done and are less likely to agonize over perfecting their appearance, I'd have thought. I was actually once criticized for being immaculate by an ISFJ colleague. Some people can make anything sound like an insult...
    God. I have never in my life had that happen, it's always been the J's who have to look "right." Even the ISFJs -- who can range from lots of makeup to minimalist makeup -- are very precise about their appearance if they take pride in it or have a position outside the home.

    ...But maybe you're not getting what I am saying, which is more this:

    I am saying that J's tend to be able to have this sort of 'pristine' put together appearance that is almost professional. Even when dressed down, they still usually look dressed up in some way. The ability to pull this off of course varies based on personal aesthetic skills.

    P's look more casual in presentation. Even their dressed-up presentation often comes across as relaxed. I learned a long time ago I could never look crisp and pristine, I had to go for comfortable and loose. So even though I look good, I usually look casual even when dressed up.

    Why don't you just come round my house and pick out my bloody outfit, while you're about it??!!
    Well, okay.
    *looks in Blue's closet*
    Looks like we have "jeans and t-shirt," "jeans and t-shirt," or..., well, "Jeans and t-shirt." Which outfit would you like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    God. I have never in my life had that happen, it's always been the J's who have to look "right." Even the ISFJs -- who can range from lots of makeup to minimalist makeup -- are very precise about their appearance if they take pride in it or have a position outside the home.
    She was a battleaxe who looked like all her clothes came from K-Mart. In itself, not a problem, but she resented having a female around who was smarter both intellectually and in appearance, as well as being a lot younger. When she wasn't boring me with details of Women's Institute Jam-making lectures, she was making snarky comments and trying to put me down. Because I knew she hated it, I made a special effort to look good. I'm considerate like that.
    I am saying that J's tend to be able to have this sort of 'pristine' put together appearance that is almost professional. Even when dressed down, they still usually look dressed up in some way. The ability to pull this off of course varies based on personal aesthetic skills.

    P's look more casual in presentation. Even their dressed-up presentation often comes across as relaxed. I learned a long time ago I could never look crisp and pristine, I had to go for comfortable and loose. So even though look good, I usually look casual even when dressed up.
    I dunno. I can do either. But the first one takes too long, costs too much and life's too short. I prefer to lie in.

    *looks in Blue's closet*
    Looks like we have "jeans and t-shirt," "jeans and t-shirt," or..., well, "Jeans and t-shirt." Which outfit would you like?
    You don't know me so well....I usually don't dress down even on dress-down days.
    When not working, I like to be naked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    You don't know me so well....I usually don't dress down even on dress-down days.
    When not working, I like to be naked.
    This sounds like my dressing habits other than change "naked" to "in my PJs"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    When not working, I like to be naked.
    I guess the question is, do you look crisply naked or sloppily naked?

    lately (and I shouldn't admit this), yeah, I actually sit naked at my computer sometimes ... or partly naked.

    I just don't care anymore. Old biddies can do whatever they want!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I I actually sit naked at my computer
    I think it's time we took this to PM.
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    You don't know me so well....I usually don't dress down even on dress-down days.
    When not working, I like to be naked.
    [buys long range telescope and sets up a sweet peeking spot in blue's neighbourhood]
    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    This sounds like my dressing habits other than change "naked" to "in my PJs"...
    Mine too (at home), except no PJs, just undies.
    Unless I'm out at play, of course. Only blue and runvardh go out in the buff.
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