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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    They don't cry while they joke do they?
    i do. joking is the only thing to do when you're crying..how else can you stop?

    well..sometimes it's the other way around, where somebody tells me a joke that's so boring i'm in tears..

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    well i only know one and he's a guy. so its interesting that he's a male INFP and im a female ISFP. He likes to imagine and i like to do. Which we joke about, saying that whatever he imagines, i'll make it reality.
    My INFP is very observant and he really likes to dig into people [specifically me] usually i like that because he initiates the conversations, but sometimes i dont like it when i'd prefer not to tell him something. He's very needy to the one's he trusts the most. He's always listening to some bizarre type of music that i'd never want to listen to and he's always writting poetry and he's specially good at the piano. Deffinatley a tortured soul you'd think....but he's very in his head. But he can take the leadership role quite well [even though he hates it]
    So really, i like them...dont understand them all the time but havent had a real reason to dislike them. Of coarse we bicker alot because we dont agree or he missunderstands what im saying, but we always appologize after.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duchessoftheshadows View Post


    *i'm busting your street cred wide open Biaxident *
    NOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo *pant pant* OOOooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    NOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo *pant pant* OOOooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.

    *that pant part made me giggle. *

    that's right.

    Be very afraid *as i send you a hug smiley XD*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duchessoftheshadows View Post
    *that pant part made me giggle. *

    that's right.

    Be very afraid *as i send you a hug smiley XD*

    Quit derailing the thread...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Quit derailing the thread...


    ...sorry XD.



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    What is Feeling?
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    Argh... I think I've met quite a few INFPs (there seemed to be an infinite supply of them in the creative writing department) and they can be SO tiring!

    I mean, we were in workshops and we were supposed to give each other feedbacks, and apparently, all you really can say is "Good job! This poem is so perfect you're awesome!" If you even try to point out a flaw, even with detailed reasons as to how something is bad, you become the bad guy and everyone is like "Oh you're soooo mean! Why don't you like me?" etc. etc.

    There is this one girl, we disagreed on a reading, so she wrote a bunch of quotes explaining her position. I replied with a bunch of quotes explaining my position. Then all of a sudden I am "snarky." Really, INFPs, you aren't that important, stop thinking we are all trying to get you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinel View Post
    Argh... I think I've met quite a few INFPs (there seemed to be an infinite supply of them in the creative writing department) and they can be SO tiring!

    I mean, we were in workshops and we were supposed to give each other feedbacks, and apparently, all you really can say is "Good job! This poem is so perfect you're awesome!" If you even try to point out a flaw, even with detailed reasons as to how something is bad, you become the bad guy and everyone is like "Oh you're soooo mean! Why don't you like me?" etc. etc.

    There is this one girl, we disagreed on a reading, so she wrote a bunch of quotes explaining her position. I replied with a bunch of quotes explaining my position. Then all of a sudden I am "snarky." Really, INFPs, you aren't that important, stop thinking we are all trying to get you.
    Unhealthy 4w5s, no doubt. Those pesky buggers! They don't even listen to other INFPs, don't worry about it. The (INFP, I suppose) people who take writing seriously can take a deep breath, step back, and admit their writing is a commodity, not a super awesome slice of their soul.

    Takes a while, though. We're sensitive little people, us INFPs. Anyway, don't hate all of us, okay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles View Post
    Unhealthy 4w5s, no doubt. Those pesky buggers! They don't even listen to other INFPs, don't worry about it. The (INFP, I suppose) people who take writing seriously can take a deep breath, step back, and admit their writing is a commodity, not a super awesome slice of their soul.

    Takes a while, though. We're sensitive little people, us INFPs. Anyway, don't hate all of us, okay?


    I appreciate constructive criticism that encourages me to move in a better direction; and I will never dole out insincere praise. If a poem someone else writes is terrible, at worst I will avoid commenting at all, and at best I will find a gentle way to critique it. I wouldn't want someone BS-ing me just to make me feel good.
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    Haha. Yeah, I'm definitely an exception to that. As much as I like to promote people being happy, when it comes to giving feedback/critique on something I will rip into them a little bit (in as friendly and soft a way as I can). I always loathed how it was impossible to get any kind of decent feedback in creative writing classes I took, so I try my best to actually be useful.
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