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    I was snacking on almonds while cooking. When I went to light the stove, I put the lit match inside my mouth instead of an almond. I got such a fright I fell backwards.

    Another time, I couldn't find my phone anywhere in my apartment, so I went out to my car to look for it under the seats. This was all while talking to my friend on the very phone I thought I had lost. She was pretty amused by this and played along.

    I've also been known to leave my handbags at cafés too often.

    Sensotard moments are daily occurrences for me.
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    I used to be far worse about it. Now adays I generally I say I am above average to average as far as this stuff goes. They're rare now adays. I mostly get dumb with things when I get frazzled, am too energized, too drained, or moving too quickly. Such as the time I started dumping solvent waste into the garbage can instead of the solvent waste container sitting beside it... it started to dissolve the garbage can.
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    The amount of times I've frantically looked for something that is in one of my hands is not okay.
    Yeah, well, that's just, like, your opinion man.
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    This topic is basically about my life, but I'll share a couple of moments anyway.

    - I have an electric piano and I'm just learning to play. I use headphones when I practice so I wouldn't torture my family members and neighbours so much. Unfortunately I've had my playing sessions the headphones on my ears - yes, but forgot to plug it in! This has happened several times...

    - One night I was undressing myself and realized that something was peaking out from the leg of my pants. Oh no, it's a sock, I sighed and picked it off. But it didn't come off so easily because it was actually a pantyhose... Then I realized I've spent a whole day with a huge lump in the back of my leg without noticing... I was at work and everything and nobody mentioned anything!

    - How is it possible to remember where you parked your car? At work I use to park my car in a spesific place so I wouldn't have to deal with this problem. One morning the parking lot was crowded so I had to park my car in the visitors' parking area. When I left work I panicked that someone has stole my car! ...until I remembered...

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    I recently got a new TV, and spent today hooking up an old broadcast antenna. It's relatively icy out, but I half climbed a tree in the back yard and secured the antenna- then carefully wired it back into the house. I set up the autoprogram for channels (about three times) and kept getting absolutely nothing. I assumed the antenna was broken. So I undid the wire and got the antenna back down from the tree. All in all, it took about a couple of hours.


    Just now I noticed that- while I did the work to hook the external antenna wire up to the internal antenna box- I never actually hooked the internal antenna box up to the TV.
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    1. Waking up, going downstairs, and putting a cup in the microwave for 3 minutes... hoping it would magically come out as a warm cup of Pomegranate green tea, rather than a collection of broken shards. I didn't get my tea.
    2. Running into glass doors multiple times throughout my life.
    3. Scorching the tips of my hair by failing to ignite a BBQ properly. Also I've been yelled at by my past chem teachers multiple times by being extremely touchy around fires.
    4. Frequently forgetting to shower and other hygienic activities for up to days. (Though this is mostly because of my own philosophy of doing whatever my mind wants at the time, since being distracted by minor annoyances or obstructing activities of others only brings havoc upon my peace of mind. This is sorta an enneagram 9 thing... an judgement-free flow of the mind rather than telling myself "I should/have to do this" since the latter takes away from my freedom and makes me feel controlled. And you don't have to tell me "oh well everyone else finds it offensive" because usually on an average day there is no "everyone else". I always over-prepare myself when seeing people I care about. :P)
    5. Being asked if I'd like something to eat and saying, "I.. I don't know." since I really don't know whether or not eating is something I'd benefit from at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkMagician View Post
    1. Waking up, going downstairs, and putting a cup in the microwave for 3 minutes... hoping it would magically come out as a warm cup of Pomegranate green tea, rather than a collection of broken shards. I didn't get my tea.
    2. Running into glass doors multiple times throughout my life.
    3. Scorching the tips of my hair by failing to ignite a BBQ properly. Also I've been yelled at by my past chem teachers multiple times by being extremely touchy around fires.
    4. Frequently forgetting to shower and other hygienic activities for up to days. (Though this is mostly because of my own philosophy of doing whatever my mind wants at the time, since being distracted by minor annoyances or obstructing activities of others only brings havoc upon my peace of mind. This is sorta an enneagram 9 thing... an judgement-free flow of the mind rather than telling myself "I should/have to do this" since the latter takes away from my freedom and makes me feel controlled. And you don't have to tell me "oh well everyone else finds it offensive" because usually on an average day there is no "everyone else". I always over-prepare myself when seeing people I care about. :P)
    5. Being asked if I'd like something to eat and saying, "I.. I don't know." since I really don't know whether or not eating is something I'd benefit from at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkMagician View Post
    1. Waking up, going downstairs, and putting a cup in the microwave for 3 minutes... hoping it would magically come out as a warm cup of Pomegranate green tea, rather than a collection of broken shards. I didn't get my tea.
    2. Running into glass doors multiple times throughout my life.
    3. Scorching the tips of my hair by failing to ignite a BBQ properly. Also I've been yelled at by my past chem teachers multiple times by being extremely touchy around fires.
    4. Frequently forgetting to shower and other hygienic activities for up to days. (Though this is mostly because of my own philosophy of doing whatever my mind wants at the time, since being distracted by minor annoyances or obstructing activities of others only brings havoc upon my peace of mind. This is sorta an enneagram 9 thing... an judgement-free flow of the mind rather than telling myself "I should/have to do this" since the latter takes away from my freedom and makes me feel controlled. And you don't have to tell me "oh well everyone else finds it offensive" because usually on an average day there is no "everyone else". I always over-prepare myself when seeing people I care about. :P)
    5. Being asked if I'd like something to eat and saying, "I.. I don't know." since I really don't know whether or not eating is something I'd benefit from at the time.
    I don't know how you can be sp if you claim to be this way. ?

    To me, SPs are very in tune with their personal environ. But I'm not entirely sure how an intuitive Sp would look......
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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    I don't know how you can be sp if you claim to be this way. ?

    To me, SPs are very in tune with their personal environ. But I'm not entirely sure how an intuitive Sp would look......
    I'm very in tune with... myself, and even that is questionable.

    I sometimes underestimate how something might negatively affect me physically, yes... but everything else about me shows my Self Preservation side. I generally find that most experiences aren't worth having if I can't do them outside my own home (or maybe I could go further and say my mind, but I'm no good at self entertainment :P) and am fearful of that which is unknown in the physical world... I feel lost almost everywhere honestly, and it's unsettling (no matter how much I truly want to live somewhere else, which sounds desirable when I picture it my head like everything else, I know inside that I'd probably die, mentally and physically.) Also I could say I am SP first since... SO and SX are even further from what I am. SX, or intensity of experience, only is fascinating when I dream about it rather than go and do it, since I don't enjoy the actual risk. SO maybe is more relatable, as I definitely base my actions on what the whole wants rather than myself, and feel the need to be appreciated and acknowledged by others rather than being intimate with them. But even as I try to appeal to a certain group or subculture... I end up finding innate flaws with them and then seclude myself once again in order to not become "infected".

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    I don't usually have these, but once I was holding my keys in a store since I didn't have a purse or any pockets. I was looking at some socks or something like that, and I guess I dropped them without realizing it. Thankfully I found them, but that was not a fun moment.
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