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    Quote Originally Posted by lunalove View Post
    Wow, thanks for the compliments, King! (Do you like to cry too btw? I ask because of your name...?) Twists and turns...you make it all sound so exciting! lol

    Oh good! I'm glad to hear it isn't all so easy to understand, actually. (Who wants things to be simple) :p I would say then that I'm pretty introverted though I can relate well to people and I like helping people in need.

    Thanks for writing...you seem really cool. I like your energy!!

    I hope your day is full of much emotion and depth! (Isn't that what makes days good?)

    luna~ (feeling quite hyper and energetic today, yet sleepy) lol
    haha, I'm not one to cry, it's something I'd prefer to avoid personally, but sometimes life can get to you. Thankfully most of my days are full of bewilderment at the complexities that govern our world. Oh I'm so familiar with the hyper-sleepy condition , forget alcohol, just stay up late with plenty of friends and sugar, it's much more fun that way and it even simulates hangovers

    btw, the HP luna is no where near as INFP as you are
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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    haha, I'm not one to cry, it's something I'd prefer to avoid personally, but sometimes life can get to you. Thankfully most of my days are full of bewilderment at the complexities that govern our world. Oh I'm so familiar with the hyper-sleepy condition , forget alcohol, just stay up late with plenty of friends and sugar, it's much more fun that way and it even simulates hangovers

    I dunno, everything makes me cry! lol (I kinda like it that way though? I just get embarrassed when I can't stop crying...) I like to feel things very deeply. seeing a butterfly can feel so overwhelmingly beautiful I will just cry.

    Just staying up late is enough for me to feel hyper yet sleepy! sugar is too much for me...(are you sensitive to things? Is that more INFJ? I've been told I'm a hybrid?) :-)


    btw, the HP luna is no where near as INFP as you are
    lol!! what a compliment!

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    I dunno, everything makes me cry! lol (I kinda like it that way though? I just get embarrassed when I can't stop crying...) I like to feel things very deeply. seeing a butterfly can feel so overwhelmingly beautiful I will just cry.
    I don't know what to make of that. I know that when I see the sheer number of animals that we eat I get a little emotional. Living in the mid-country, I see these animals a lot. I get nothing from butterflies unless I'm testing to see how they handle flying in the rain... yeah, I know I'm a little strange

    Just staying up late is enough for me to feel hyper yet sleepy! sugar is too much for me...(are you sensitive to things? Is that more INFJ? I've been told I'm a hybrid?) :-)
    I'm not so certain that's specifically related to MBTI, it's probably more related to exercise and diet. Though, if it is related to type, it could be INFP or INFJ. According to cognitive function theory:

    infp (Fi, Ne, Si, Te) has tertiary Si, which is about the internal senses (what you see, what you hear, what you feel). For example, an ISFJ might trust what they see when they make descisions, they may have a fair bit of confidence in this trait. For an INFP, they may resort to this when they've hit a brick wall, or when they can't decide something, so they might go with what they can see (or can't see for that matter).

    infj (Ni, Fe, Ti, Se), has inferior Se, This usually means that they are least strong in this function. An Se user, like ESFP, may prefer to feed their senses from the outside world. They may jump off a jetty just to feel the sensation, or staple themselves just for fun (that's why your typical booze hound is an ESXP). INFJs are generally least comfortable in these situations, and would presumably avoid them. Can't say that I ever saw a thrill seeking INFJ

    Hope that helps...
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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    I don't know what to make of that. I know that when I see the sheer number of animals that we eat I get a little emotional. Living in the mid-country, I see these animals a lot. I get nothing from butterflies unless I'm testing to see how they handle flying in the rain... yeah, I know I'm a little strange

    King, are you a vegan by any chance?What do you mean by testing butterflies to see how they handle flying in the rain? You mean you catch them and let them go in the rain to see how they do..?



    I'm not so certain that's specifically related to MBTI, it's probably more related to exercise and diet. Though, if it is related to type, it could be INFP or INFJ. According to cognitive function theory:

    infp (Fi, Ne, Si, Te) has tertiary Si, which is about the internal senses (what you see, what you hear, what you feel). For example, an ISFJ might trust what they see when they make descisions, they may have a fair bit of confidence in this trait. For an INFP, they may resort to this when they've hit a brick wall, or when they can't decide something, so they might go with what they can see (or can't see for that matter).

    I have a tough time making decisions...it's like my emotions and my thoughts are in conflict with one another...



    infj (Ni, Fe, Ti, Se), has inferior Se, This usually means that they are least strong in this function. An Se user, like ESFP, may prefer to feed their senses from the outside world. They may jump off a jetty just to feel the sensation, or staple themselves just for fun (that's why your typical booze hound is an ESXP). INFJs are generally least comfortable in these situations, and would presumably avoid them. Can't say that I ever saw a thrill seeking INFJ

    I am totally INFJ in this regard!

    Hope that helps...
    Hmmm...still feeling confused :p I guess maybe I'll never know?! Thanks for your help...you're awesome!! It's great to have friends to talk to about types...hubby thinks it's a waste of time and otherfolks I know just don't get it! hope you had a great weekend... luna~ p.s. i love the rainbow colors!!

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    King, are you a vegan by any chance?What do you mean by testing butterflies to see how they handle flying in the rain? You mean you catch them and let them go in the rain to see how they do..?
    Nah, I'm not a vegan, though I'd almost consider it. I think at the very least, we need to be more thankful for the meat that we do eat. If you had to kill and cook a chicken all yourself, you'd be quite thankful for the meal, though the way our society is set up, we avoid doing this and I fear that some of us don't even realize what we're eating.

    As for the butterflies, that's probably a better idea... lol.

    hmmm, your comments make me think that you may be an INFJ. You'd have to ask some INFXs and see which you can relate to.
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    Hey King

    Oh, I wasn't suggesting that you do that butterfly experiment!! I just wasn't sure what you meant by testing them to see how they fly in the rain?

    I am on my way to veganism as I write this...was a vegetarian for many years until a doc convinced my fam it was unhealthy...now I am finding the urge to go back! It pains me so much to kill anything (I even take many bugs that find their way into my home back out in the yard...!)I think your sense of humanitarianism is beautiful btw...I wish more people had such sensitive and caring souls (I believe they do really...just got ost along the way and hidden somewhere! You seem very in touch!) :-)

    Hmm...perhaps I will post (somewhere?) to inlist INFP's, INFJ's and ENFP's to help me determine my type as I've been told I could be any of those?

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