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    - I'm a pretty good dancer
    - I can play football quite well, although my shoot sucks
    - I'm a very good cyclist
    - I can make caculations in my head very quickly
    - I'm awesome at learning maps/new places/never getting lost/general orienteering
    - I can speak italian and read latin
    - I'm a pretty good mountaineer, although have never tried free climbing
    - I can do some complicated maths and physics nobody cares about
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    Ehm... Sure, i've watched some shows, and that in turn have caused me to inquire further into various things Besides that, both my father and my brother are ENTPs, i'm a gun-nut and I spent my childhood taking things apart/inventing shit. One of my first "real" christmas gifts was a chemistry set and a science set called "The little electrician". Also, I am an electrician and i've had recruit NCO training/combat first aid training in the Swedish army.
    The bomb stuff is something i've done separately, though. Mostly theoretical, and never put together. I know how do do the chemistry and I know how to do the triggers, putting it together is nothing hard.

    As for the IRA... I do not condone of the actions of the CIRA/RIRA and INLA, but I am somewhat of a fan of the PIRA and the IRA of old.

    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey_Peltast View Post
    I bet you learned that from various american intelligence shows. Macgyver anyone? . Yer being joking i suppose? OR have you been hanging around the IRA much?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenity View Post
    I was not a mechanical person until I started working with mechanical things. I think any dominant Se can be a "mechanical" type. Once you understand a general mechanical principle of how something works, it can be transferred to many things.

    You have great body awareness, that's certainly mechanical in my opinion, because I have that as well.

    The only physical risks I take are well-calculated. If the risk exceeds my current skill level, or if there is a reasonable risk that I could be seriously injured, then of course I would not take it. That would be nothing more than gambling.

    But if an activity is safe within reason, and has the potential to provide me with an intense and unique sensory experience, I'm down for anything
    I agree with this whole statement, but remember that Se also represents experience. In what you initially say, this would boil down to do I have an interest in experiencing something considered mechanical. The way some descriptions read, they presume that ISTPs are going to have a natural affinity to mechanics, which I disagree with.

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    spilling stuff
    eating
    picking my nose
    laughing
    entertaining people
    writing
    tummy rubbing
    creating characters
    making up goofy songs
    driving
    noticing details
    boob licking
    music chart trivia recalling
    audio editing
    talking
    masturbating
    playing soccer
    playing snarfball
    creating radio formats and song logs
    doing impressions
    scratching
    playing certain video games
    juggling pens
    picking my ears
    spending money
    kissing
    acting
    doodling
    creating works of art by combining various things
    picking out shirts that look cool
    smelling good
    cheering people up
    taking people to movies
    buying videos
    spotting animals
    accumulating mess
    quoting movies and tv shows
    coming up with funny alternate lyrics to songs
    silly walking
    procrastinating
    thinking of stuff that could qualify as skills
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    I didn't realize masturbating was a skill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doppleganger View Post
    I didn't realize masturbating was a skill.
    Oh definitely. Bamboo can back me up on this. Anybody can do it, but not everybody can do it well.
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    [QUOTE=Bamboo;636101]SPs, what are your skills? What can you do well? Unusual ones especially interesting.

    -drawing
    -painting
    -memorize information(only true for quizzes, tests and exams in school, but with remembering to do chores, I blank out--I hate chores )
    -staying calm in times of distress(oftentimes, people think I'm all OK, but the truth is, I feel the emotion inside)
    I'm a Phlegmatic-Melancholy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intricate Mystic View Post
    Also, I would like to second Pink Piranha's thanks for saving the salamander. Your ability to do that is admirable.
    I was so impressed I told my sister about it last night, and we were both rather pleased that someone would so carefully and painstakingly bother to save the poor thing instead of just assuming it's a goner and killing it.
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    I can't stand to hurt or kill living organisms, unless I'm going to eat it. And even then I still feel somewhat bad, but at least I know I'm not destroying life for the hell of it.

    If I find an insect indoors I will take the extra effort to catch it and put it outside, rather than killing it. That is unless I'm looking for a snack...

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenity View Post
    I can't stand to hurt or kill living organisms, unless I'm going to eat it. And even then I still feel somewhat bad, but at least I know I'm not destroying life for the hell of it.

    If I find an insect indoors I will take the extra effort to catch it and put it outside, rather than killing it. That is unless I'm looking for a snack...

    That sounds like something my ISFJ mother would say . ISTP's concerned about the well-being of insectoids? and the sanctity of life.. what has the world come to?.

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