Hi, didn't know you were on right now.
It's kind of like how I am in real-life: never really starting conversations, even with friends. Maybe that's how "us SJ's" are, and it reflects here on these boards (or maybe everyone else has better things to do...).
Yeah, like all the INFP lurkers...hehehe
Rather telling that the biggest threads here have been started by non-SJ's!!
Aren't you guys supposed to be the proactive ones in RL? The ones always telling us lazy bum NP's to get up and DO something instead of moaning and navel gazing?
Though... now you mention it, my mom doesn't really start conversations either... though she always responds if you start... weird! I mean she starts with the greetings and stuff but once she's run out of things to say in the greeting area, I know it's up to me
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I agree. It's funny, I wish there were more of us having wonderful conversations but I can hardly contribute to half of the threads on this forum as it is because a) don't have That much to say and struggle to express the little I do have to say and b) whooohooo, these N's are interesting but it's a maze I tell ya!
Give it some time to get used to, felt like a maze to me when I started posting here. Btw, having absolutely nothing to say or the ability to talk proper like never stopped anyone posting, I do it all the time
Originally Posted by Cimarron
Yeah, it's sad that this side of the forum doesn't get a lot of traffic.
Also, true to form, I wouldn't mind doing a friend's taxes. I've done similar things for them before when I have free time. They tell me they don't want to burden me, and I tell them not to worry about it, it's a relaxing low-level activity.
Well hellooo there, I don't want to burden ya but, do my taxes! I just want to help you relax is all
Ever since I started my new full-time job and classes I've been too busy in the Real World that mbtiforum has just slipped waaay down my list of activities. I posted a lot over the summer when I was bored and looking for a job. But now, I totally understand why more (I)SJs are not on here. I just want to relax when I get home from work/class. Reflecting on MBTI takes a bit of energy. I'd rather do something mindless for awhile first.