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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Anti-Social attention seekers is one description I've heard.
    I don't know about ISFP's, but that fits me well.

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    HEY LOOK!

    *does a handstand*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    HEY LOOK!

    *does a handstand*
    *does a handstand push up*

    Still can't decide?

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    When I was a kid, humour-wise, the attention seeking manifested itself in slapstick and other forms of self-depreciating humour. It morphed into a sarcastic streak when I got into my mid-teens and it's been that way ever since.

    Every now and then, and in the right company, it's released in the form of bursts of silliness.

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    Not any more than anyone else. It's just the way they go about it actually works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Not any more than anyone else. It's just the way they go about it actually works.
    Interesting...this is getting interesting.

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    Maybe it's just something I noticed in my friend who I believe to be ISFP, but, she has this weird relationship with attention.

    She will only seek it out if she's fairly (very) confident that it will be positive towards her, otherwise, she will do everything in her capacity to blend into the background.

    Some other types seeks attention for the sake of attention, she seeks it as a confirmation of her awsomeness, so, if she feels that the other person won't find her charms cute or disarming, she becomes an extreme introvert.

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    Haha, confirm my awesomeness!

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    Absolutely! But in a nonverbal kind of way..

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    Michael Jackson comes to mind.

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