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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post




    Sometimes I feel like I was put here just to talk to you. You gotta stop second-guessing yourself all the time. That stuff is overrated, just be you and do your thing. The world is your playground! YEAH!

    Yeah, you know, I agree. Trying to type people by their appearances or favorite hobbies is kinda overrated. Actually, typing strangers and aquaintances is probably overrated too. Who really cares what type some book character or celebrity is? Okay, it can be a fun way to kill time, but... I think we can admire someone's talent and see something of ourselves in the people we like even if they aren't our Myers Briggs type.

    I suspect that those people who state with confidence that they know the types of everyone they associate with are probably just making snap judgments based on a few sentences in some lame type descriptions. Or else their hobby is trying to speed-type people, in which case they've convinced themselves everything a person does is somehow related to type and not just because they're an individual.

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    I'm a feminine woman... idk how I come off online, but that how I am in real life, lol.

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    My brother's an iSFP, but I wouldn't say he's girly at all. He does seriously cry during just about every movie though.

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    My bf is ISFP and I wouldn't call him effeminate at all. In fact I thought he was ISTP until he actually took the test/read the descriptions/etc.

    I do know a male ESFP who isn't particularly masculine but even there I wouldn't call him effeminate, just flaky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I wouldn't call him effeminate, just flaky.
    That's me in a nutshell.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SolitaryPenguin View Post
    That's me in a nutshell.

    Me too.

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    If crying at movies is effeminate, than call me Richard Simmons!

    Hell, I cry during football games sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    If crying at movies is effeminate, than call me Richard Simmons!

    Hell, I cry during football games sometimes.
    (pats Jeffster on the back)

    Hey, it's okay, ALL my male friends cry during movies. I say it's a sign that they are truly "emotionally literate" people. Hee! (well, or else it just means they just like tearjerker dramas...) Actually, there was an ISTP on another type list I'm on who said he cries during movies too, so I don't think it's an F thing. And I recall a (possibly) ISTP guy I dated in grad school once said to me that anybody who never cried when Old Yeller died is heartless.

    I don't know what any of these guys do at football games, though. They probably just drink a lot of beer!

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    I've never formed a complete tear during a movie.

    Am I heartless?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    I've never formed a complete tear during a movie.

    Am I heartless?

    Maybe you're crying internally but for some reason your tear ducts always seem to block up?

    (try bringing a slice of raw onion along the next time you to to the movie theatre...)

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