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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcontent View Post
    Never happened that strangers are weird at me. Often I am polite and aloof with strangers, but when I want and I am motivated I can be a people-pleaser.
    and if you can do it without liquor, that shows more signs of ENTPness, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I am someone who flits around from topic to topic and subject to subject, instead of specializing in depth like most INTPs.
    Bingo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    You sound like an ENTP to me. INTPs can't help but correct you, it's a compelling instinct.

    I could never fall asleep reading - all external stimuli amps me up. And I get bored around boring people, but am usually amped up after talking to someone. Unlike our little red-headed stepbrothers and sisters.
    Maybe the kind of INTP's that can only speak one language.

    I've never in my life felt compelled to correct someones spelling. :O

    Unless they're like, hey you, if you see me making a spelling mistake could you point it out to me? And I'm like, sure yo, I'll do that for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    and if you can do it without liquor, that shows more signs of ENTPness, I think.
    I don't mean flirting or stupid things like that in a disco.
    But if I need something from someone, I usually know how is the appropriate behaviour to ask it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Maybe the kind of INTP's that can only speak one language.

    I've never in my life felt compelled to correct someones spelling. :O

    Unless they're like, hey you, if you see me making a spelling mistake could you point it out to me? And I'm like, sure yo, I'll do that for you.
    It's the subtle way... I'm not trying to put anyone on blast, but I'm gonna. Fuck it. Ok, for instance, I was at a meetup with JocktheMotie and I had just come from speaking mandarin with a tennis partner. So at the meetup, it took me a little while to start thinking again in English. I butchered a few words and he casually corrected me. But in a subtle way. Like if I asked "can you help me with my xzy?", he would repeat it back to me like "oh, you need help with your xyz, sure, I can help you!" I don't think he even noticed it. It was so funny and adorable that I deliberately butchered at least 5 more words just to see, and I wasn't disappointed. This seems to be my experience with those of the INTP persuasion.

    But yeah, those who speak multiple languages are usually more tolerant, as a whole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcontent View Post
    I don't mean flirting or stupid things like that in a disco.
    But if I need something from someone, I usually know how is the appropriate behaviour to ask it.
    So do INTP's though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    So do INTP's though.
    Yeah, that comes from maturity and socialization.

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    Well, to be honest, it may just be me.

    My sister is a dyslexic ESFJ. My father is dyslexic as well. I grew up in an environment very accepting of butchered words.

    But I'll let you know this. If my sister says something, that comes out with an entirely different meaning than what she meant with it. Then yes, I do point it out to her. But if the meaning comes across perfectly fine then I don't mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Well, to be honest, it may just be me.

    My sister is a dyslexic ESFJ. My father is dyslexic as well. I grew up in an environment very accepting of butchered words.

    But I'll let you know this. If my sister says something, that comes out with an entirely different meaning than what she meant with it. Then yes, I do point it out to her. But if the meaning comes across perfectly fine then I don't mind.
    Did you wanted to say with that that some americans are quick to judge, when they thing they know it all ?

    As in, if you are x and y then you are definitly z ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Did you wanted to say with that that some americans are quick to judge, when they thing they know it all ?

    As in, if you are x and y then you are definitly z ?
    I am to say that bilingual people tend to cope with mistakes themselves and are more understanding towards them as opposed to people knowing only one language and having it mastered perfectly.
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