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    Senior Member Auto/Virtuosi=L.A.P.'s Avatar
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    Thumbs down Your Favorite "Flaw"

    Curious as to what people here view as an exceptional "shortcoming" of theirs. We all should know the little twists and quirks in us just make us all unique and special. So spill


    I have voluntary diplopia. In short, when I don't have my glasses, I split the view I get from my eyes to help me see better. Neat, huh? I didn't think so... Next
    And there I stood... The devil of a command that featured death...

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    I can do that voluntary diplopia thing too ! I do it to relax my eyes when I read too much.

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    I capture innocent little INFJs and put them in my dungeon...

    No... Hopefully not.

    I don't really like any of my shortcomings, which is why I work on them.
    The only one I can think of is debatable.
    Some people don't value being angry.
    I used to have such a long fuse that it frustrated me to no end.
    Now, i've got a much easier time igniting. Not that I go off at anything.
    I kinda value that.

    I can totally see why others would find it to be a weakness, though.
    But it's kind of necessary to be angry every now and then.
    My teachers up until seventh grade called me "pokerface"
    Kinda continued with the stoic act until I was 18 or so.
    Felt kinda pointless, as reaction yields better results generally.
    In a very few settings is it better to be stoic. Mostly, it will cause more trouble.

    Now I kinda take pride in having a temper and taking sides in arguments.
    Also, actively showing my emotions to those close to me helps them realize i'm not some machine or psycho.

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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    I have given in to my ADHD and OCD, and since working WITH them instead of AGAINST them, I am now a very creative and organized person. These things held me back when I was younger, and I didn't even know what they were.
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    n' there I was thinkin' just the normal life cycle of an ESTP.



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    That I can simply turn off the fact that I care about something.
    Im out, its been fun

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    I don't know.. I'm pretty lazy, I guess. But I don't seem to be as stressed out, overworked, or aged as my peers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auto/Virtuosi=L.A.P. View Post
    I have voluntary diplopia. In short, when I don't have my glasses, I split the view I get from my eyes to help me see better. Neat, huh? I didn't think so... Next
    I did that when I was a kid, too. Didn't realize there was a name for it, thought it was just crossing your eyes.
    -end of thread-

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    Quote Originally Posted by sLiPpY View Post
    n' there I was thinkin' just the normal life cycle of an ESTP.


    Haa Ha! I'm not capable of emo'ing out. I love myself too much to cut myself. Besides, cutting others seems like a lot more fun, like maybe a schnauzer in a blue sweater.
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