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    Quote Originally Posted by 351Stang View Post
    Go to a car show, endless amount of straight faced machine whisperers there
    Me and an ISTP buddy went to a car show, spent hours walking around and checking things out. Even took his toddler along so that the little dude could see some real "Cars". ref kids movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    In a bar? If there is a unoccupied pool table it won't be that way for long.

    In a room full of people? The quiet one who is looking around like they are going to steal something and laughing at nearby conversations even though they aren't actively involved in them.

    Oh. Also the person who leaves a party without saying goodbye to anyone.



    This too.
    Amazes me you think of stuff I'll read and thing...omfg I do that!?!

    Things I wouldn't naturally think of.

    In a bar? Pool table *check* there's either got to be a pool table or a live band. Or some good food, with some kind of activity coming up on the schedule.

    Yeh, never occurs to me to say goodbye. When I was younger I used to throw huge parties and then go do something else.

    Then when we'd return to the party, whoever was along would make up a "stud story" so we'd have something to entertain everybody with in explaining why we were gone for so long.

    Weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    In a room full of people? The quiet one who is looking around like they are going to steal something and laughing at nearby conversations even though they aren't actively involved in them.

    Oh. Also the person who leaves a party without saying goodbye to anyone.
    Haha, I laughed out loud with these.

    Regarding the goodbyes, it actually occurred to me that it wouldn't be nice if I do not say it, but then I would start thinking "why should people care" and "I don't really know them" and then I just... don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinel View Post
    Regarding the goodbyes, it actually occurred to me that it wouldn't be nice if I do not say it, but then I would start thinking "why should people care" and "I don't really know them" and then I just... don't.
    Yeah. It doesn't hurt that saying goodbye involves 10 minutes of awkwardly declining people's protestations to stay or their interrogation of why you're leaving so soon. That can be more draining than the socializing!
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    McRumi probably just owned this thread. But yes, funny one-liners. For me, usually in a bookstore. Occasionally outside (I like quiet walks). My ISTP cousin likes photography. *shrug*

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Yeah. It doesn't hurt that saying goodbye involves 10 minutes of awkwardly declining people's protestations to stay or their interrogation of why you're leaving so soon. That can be more draining than the socializing!
    long goodbyes are the worst. especially with family. and then they start to tear up.... who needs that?
    long goodbyes are uncomfortable.

    when my grandfather (who was an ISTP) visited people, he would always leave incredibly early before anyone could get up to say goodbye to him. like at 3 AM.
    i remember once he left my house before i got home (i was out all night). haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotpinkHeatwave View Post
    Where the hell are you? I'm interested atleast meeting ONE ISTP in my lifetime (I swear I have yet to meet one), but where do I look? Is there a certain distinct behavior in ISTPs that I can look for?
    I'm sure you've come across a few. You just weren't paying attention.

    Pay attention to their attention. You might be it.

    Watch for the quiet but intense eyes.

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    ISTPs can also be found at any pinball machine.

    btw..the leaving without saying goodbye thing is dead-on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McRumi View Post
    ISTPs can also be found at any pinball machine.

    btw..the leaving without saying goodbye thing is dead-on.
    When I was about 5 years old my parents had some people over for dinner. One lady comes up to me and says "Oh, you don't say hello?" and I replied with "And I don't say goodbye either."

    Guilty as charged, altho I'm better about it now.
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