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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    hOn average, people lose 10 lbs just by being around me, due to all the energy and activity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
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    I'm just curious why you think an INFJ would be so energetic that they'd wear out everyone around them except Se doms and ESTJs. It seems to me that this would indicate you're either an Se dom yourself, or perhaps a very driven ExTJ.

    I've recently begun to correlate my own over-the-top-ness to other over-the-top-ness members, and what I'm starting to notice is...Se. Whether those people are SPs or ENTJs.

    Of course, it could also mean ENTP with high extroversion. Simulated World is an ENTP with nearly 100% extroversion so he also exhibits some over-the-top-ness at times.

    It's typically not something you see in INFJs.

    Also, I admit to being quieter and more subdued a lot of the time IRL, while you indicate that your energy here is equal to your energy IRL, which would point more to Se dominance, rather than Se in an aux or tert position...and certainly not in an inferior position...

    Just my little observations that I'm linking to Se.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I'm just curious why you think an INFJ would be so energetic that they'd wear out everyone around them except Se doms and ESTJs. It seems to me that this would indicate you're either an Se dom yourself, or perhaps a very driven ExTJ.

    I've recently begun to correlate my own over-the-top-ness to other over-the-top-ness members, and what I'm starting to notice is...Se. Whether those people are SPs or ENTJs.

    Of course, it could also mean ENTP with high extroversion. Simulated World is an ENTP with nearly 100% extroversion so he also exhibits some over-the-top-ness at times.

    It's typically not something you see in INFJs.

    Also, I admit to being quieter and more subdued a lot of the time IRL, while you indicate that your energy here is equal to your energy IRL, which would point more to Se dominance, rather than Se in an aux or tert position...and certainly not in an inferior position...

    Just my little observations that I'm linking to Se.
    True, but I always saw I vs E as relative dominance. As hyper and crazy as I am IRL, I can relate really well to that inner world that's predominant in Introverts. It's really my default mindset until someone/something comes along to interrupt it.

    I've also never really needed to have people around - as long as I've got mental stimulation somehow (even if it's just my imagination - in a waiting room, for instance), I'm happy.

    I don't like being cooped up indoors though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Yeah, I think if you ISTJs want long and steady, I'm not the best bet - I'm way too wild and crazy and wear everyone except Se-doms and ESTJs out. On average, people lose 10 lbs just by being around me, due to all the energy and activity.

    The guy wants to take me to dinner tonight (and he wants an actual direct answer), so I'm just going to see what his expectatiions are - and that'll determine it.
    I guarantee you he's going to play along with the adventure. It might even be a refreshing and exciting change for him that he welcomes. However, at his core he still wants something long and steady and return to that, which ultimately means he'll get hurt.

    When someone is more flighty and less attachment prone and therefore more able to handle the same in return, they sort of ooze that vibe. the fact that you question this guy means that he's not oozing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    hey, don't underestimate yourself! ISTJs can be just as adventurous as anyone IF they're eased into it.
    We are not an adventure, we are a lifestyle. Adventures have a beginning and an ending, and they are exciting because you'll experience new (potentially dangerous) things. Lifestyles however do not have an ending. And they usually are far more established.

    And I'm not underestimating ISTJs one bit. We are the greatest, people just should stop thinking we are plain and square. ISTJs often have a wicked sense of humor and rich inner world. Their imagination will surely blow your mind. If you are just lucky enough to experience it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Habba View Post
    We are not an adventure, we are a lifestyle. Adventures have a beginning and an ending, and they are exciting because you'll experience new (potentially dangerous) things. Lifestyles however do not have an ending. And they usually are far more established.

    And I'm not underestimating ISTJs one bit. We are the greatest, people just should stop thinking we are plain and square. ISTJs often have a wicked sense of humor and rich inner world. Their imagination will surely blow your mind. If you are just lucky enough to experience it.
    Thanks for the perspective. I can totally attest to what your saying with my ISTJ.

    I say "my" because it's official. So I guess we'll see how it goes, it'll be an interesting experiment.
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    *anxiety attack*

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    I think you two might surprise each other

    Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    *anxiety attack*
    Remember that he chose her knowing the full deal. He wants her.

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