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    half mystic, half skeksis jenocyde's Avatar
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    That sounds eerily like myself. I was also shy as a kid.

    Honestly, I find most introverts to be the most talkative believe it or not. Once they trust you and have your full attention, they can go on for very long stretches without a single break, all while I'm slowly dying inside. I'm way too aware of "my public" and my surroundings for that. I'm too succinct.

    I can be very animated and love to speak at times, but I always want it to be a lively conversation where everybody is just throwing words into the ring - not just me. And certainly not one at a time.

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    ENTJ: I have to finish this task, then that task, then those tasks. Then I shall go home and work on these tasks with my family. Tomorrow I will wake up and finish some other tasks which will put me in a good position to wake up on Sunday and finish the other tasks.

    ENTP: When is the absolute deadline for all these tasks? Next month? OK, I'll do them next month then.
    NTJ's are the only types that have ever made me feel emo.
    ENP's are the only types that have ever made me feel like a sensor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    This is the one thing that always makes me think I am not an ENTP. I can be talkative, but everyones description of an ENTP is that they just never shut-up... I don't understand it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    There are degrees of affliction.
    I agree, I dont think 'being talkative' is a sort of measurement that could apply to anything. If you get an introvert on his topic he'll become talkative aswell, it's a matter of the degree on which you approach.

    I am talkative, if I'ld say anything else, I'd lie cause my post counter is against me, but that wasnt always so and I can have long periods of not being talkative. I learnt in life for me the amount of talking I do is proportional to how good I feel about me or in a situation
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I am talkative, if I'ld say anything else, I'd lie cause my post counter is against me
    That's not being talkative, that's being typative.
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    hehe Well I dont tend to make a difference here. If you type alot you are talkative in my book. If you arent talkative you should be so on all fronts, otherwise its self-betrayal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Oh I should add to the discussion.

    ENTPs - Enjoy the moment.
    ENTJs - Enjoy their achievements. (I would rather enjoy the moment. Enjoy the little amount of years I have left.)
    Enjoy the moment? Isn't that the ultimate Se thing? No... enjoy all moments at once. If we succeed at concentrating on the present, that's because we know it can lead to lots of interesting projects in the future. I enjoyed my stay at the Yellowstone national park because I just knew I could use those sulphur pits, giant trees and great wildlife in a story. Of course, part of my mind was trying to put them into stories already :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Enjoy the moment? Isn't that the ultimate Se thing? No... enjoy all moments at once. If we succeed at concentrating on the present, that's because we know it can lead to lots of interesting projects in the future. I enjoyed my stay at the Yellowstone national park because I just knew I could use those sulphur pits, giant trees and great wildlife in a story. Of course, part of my mind was trying to put them into stories already :-)
    I enjoy moments of achievement.


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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    ENTJ: I have to finish this task, then that task, then those tasks. Then I shall go home and work on these tasks with my family. Tomorrow I will wake up and finish some other tasks which will put me in a good position to wake up on Sunday and finish the other tasks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoneyTick View Post
    Can I have your permission to make this my signature line? Haha
    It is a pretty good one

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