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    Quote Originally Posted by riel View Post
    ...You run up the stairs overlapping one step at a time and run down the stairs doing the same. I'm not sure if it's the same for everyone, but for me, I do it always..and also get reprimanded always..hahahaha..not very girly-like they say, but I like the feel of doing it. Hope I have the last laugh and not the ones reprimanding me.
    hah, I do the same, except I have a tendency to just jump down entire flights of stairs...
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    Quote Originally Posted by millerm277 View Post
    hah, I do the same, except I have a tendency to just jump down entire flights of stairs...
    Hell yeah! I skip multiples of steps, usually two or three at a time. I love being at a large, crowded airport (O'Hare or Dulles) and seeing all the lazy travelers herded onto the escalators in a really steep, tall part of the concourse. The stairs are EMPTY, no one wants a piece of them. I take my massive Samsonite suitcase, backpack, and nylon carry-on suitcase and do wind sprints up the stairs, galloping up all three flights in one mad rush of explosive energy...and then walk into the bar at the top and have a Cosmopolitan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    You have to try and hold all the bags of groceries just to see how many you can carry at once.

    HAHAHA... I love this. Totally true.

    And... here's some off the top of my head...

    *When you cook in the kitchen, it explodes (actually I'm way better about this now at almost 30 but when I was younger... AHHH, my poor mother).

    *When you pass a good climbing tree, you know you're passing a good climbing tree.

    *You know the names of most the birds and animals you see in your area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Hell yeah! I skip multiples of steps, usually two or three at a time. I love being at a large, crowded airport (O'Hare or Dulles) and seeing all the lazy travelers herded onto the escalators in a really steep, tall part of the concourse. The stairs are EMPTY, no one wants a piece of them. I take my massive Samsonite suitcase, backpack, and nylon carry-on suitcase and do wind sprints up the stairs, galloping up all three flights in one mad rush of explosive energy...and then walk into the bar at the top and have a Cosmopolitan.
    Yep! Run up the steps as fast as you can!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post

    *You know the names of most the birds and animals you see in your area.
    I agree with all of them, Malia, but I think this one should go somewhere in a "you know your an ISFP" thread

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    When someone talks to you and a song comes up you tune into the music and ditch the conversation for a second to permanently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo_(operalover) View Post
    Walking down/up the stairs step by step, one stair at a time, is so overrated.
    Wait, there are people that actually do that? I mean, besides the elderly and/or crippled?

    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    HAHAHA... I love this. Totally true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Hell yeah! I skip multiples of steps, usually two or three at a time. I love being at a large, crowded airport (O'Hare or Dulles) and seeing all the lazy travelers herded onto the escalators in a really steep, tall part of the concourse. The stairs are EMPTY, no one wants a piece of them. I take my massive Samsonite suitcase, backpack, and nylon carry-on suitcase and do wind sprints up the stairs, galloping up all three flights in one mad rush of explosive energy...and then walk into the bar at the top and have a Cosmopolitan.
    Haha I always run with my luggage it's the best. It's like a workout before your flight where you're going to be stuck sitting still for 5 hours or whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    HAHAHA... I love this. Totally true.

    And... here's some off the top of my head...

    *When you cook in the kitchen, it explodes (actually I'm way better about this now at almost 30 but when I was younger... AHHH, my poor mother).

    *When you pass a good climbing tree, you know you're passing a good climbing tree.

    *You know the names of most the birds and animals you see in your area.
    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I agree with all of them, Malia, but I think this one should go somewhere in a "you know your an ISFP" thread
    I know most the birds/mammals in my area, plus a lot of the vegetation also. I can identify a lot of birds by call also. I'm not really sure why I pay attention to these things, but I like being able to know the difference between "that gray bird" and the "hoppy brown one."

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    It's a search engine that lets you select features (like color, size, etc) to find and identify a bird.

    (Hint: At the bottom of the top box, click "Icons" and then "Expand" it makes everything easier.)

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    Yeah, I personally think the point of escalators is so you can run up the stairs even faster than if they weren't moving... But people just stand there, lazily, and they wind up taking more time than if they had taken the normal stairs. What a waste!

    Oh, and also, you know how everyone wants to go down the up escalator? Totally overrated. It moves so slow that you have to walk slow to keep from actually making it to the bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Wait, there are people that actually do that? I mean, besides the elderly and/or crippled?
    I work in a stuffy 5* hotel and have to do that in the guest areas (lobby, restaurant areas ...) because I have a feeling running up and down the stairs, jumping 5 or 6 steps at a time, while in my suit will elicit stares. And, at work, I actually have to try and care about getting those stares. I normally feel like I've died of boredom ten times over by the time I get to the top.

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