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    sights:
    a city skyline reflected on water at night
    (minneapolis)
    the way the light from sunrise bounces off clouds
    aurora borealis
    freshly fallen snow in the morning

    smells:
    a smoke house
    burning leaves
    lilac

    sounds:
    a mourning dove
    cars driving on wet roads at night
    wind chimes
    good music

    touch:
    sleeping in the nude immediately post-shower with the window open on a summer night.
    (don't bother interpreting that as an invitation, I have a gun)

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    sights:
    a city skyline reflected on water at night
    (minneapolis)
    the way the light from sunrise bounces off clouds
    aurora borealis
    freshly fallen snow in the morning

    smells:
    a smoke house
    burning leaves
    lilac

    sounds:
    a mourning dove
    cars driving on wet roads at night
    wind chimes
    good music

    touch:
    sleeping in the nude immediately post-shower with the window open on a summer night.
    (don't bother interpreting that as an invitation, I have a gun)
    Word on everything. I wish I could see the Aurora Borealis. I was in South Dakota once and the stars were BEAUTIFUL. Absolutely breathtaking.

    Now, back in Jersey, whenever someone says anything like "oh wow, there are alot of stars out tonight," I reply, "yeah, both of 'em."
    There is no such thing as separation from God.

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    Now was that so hard? You all would make good sensors..... I think I will adopt you and make you honorary Se types! Okay, that's enough... go back to intuiting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Flames. I love burning things, and watching the flames coil and writhe in their different colours.
    -Geoff
    I'm not sure this is entierly healthy.

    I like making these go *pop*.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Park View Post
    I'm not sure this is entierly healthy.

    I like making these go *pop*.

    Absolutely. You have exposed me.
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    I um like the feel of satin under my nails
    ~t ...in need of hugs please...
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    Extroverted (E) 63.16% Intuitive (N) 60.53% Feeling (F) 84.38% Perceiving (P) 87.1% ~Your type is: ENFP

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    I like knitting and crochet and sewing (but only by hand; my sewing machine and I have a very on-and-off-again affair.)

    I like figure drawing and drawing still-lifes. It's very meditative.

    There is also some bourbon and some wine that I can really appreciate the nuances of, and the minutiae of the sky, concrete, and anything handcrafted are generally worth examining.

    Fancy cheese.

    Any kind of design-based medium, be its intent mostly aesthetic, functional, or ergonomic, or other, is totally fascinating because of the "tiny" decisions made in creating it.

    Stretching feels really good, as does warm, dry wind.

    / closet case

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Short list:

    I like it when I am going for a walk and I can smell the fabric softener smell coming from people's dryer vents.

    I like the smell of woodsmoke on a cold winter night.

    I like the smell that comes after rain, the smell of plastic beach toys, the smell of chlorine both swimming pools and bleach.

    I like being hugged so hard I can barely breathe (only by Don and only sometimes)......
    Quote Originally Posted by Martoon View Post
    Ditto on all those, except #4. To be honest, I hate it when he does that.
    Why do you hate it when I hug Cafe?

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    I'm a touch junkie in general.

    I love watching snow fall

    Going for a walk in the winter when you can smell the smoke from the chimmneys

    Watching the rain from a covered porch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Park View Post
    I'm not sure this is entierly healthy.

    I like making these go *pop*.

    Quote Originally Posted by Varelse View Post
    Absolutely. You have exposed me.




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