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  • Fast walker, I'm an E

    17 22.08%
  • I

    44 57.14%
  • N

    50 64.94%
  • S

    8 10.39%
  • F

    28 36.36%
  • T

    30 38.96%
  • P

    36 46.75%
  • J

    22 28.57%
  • Slow walker, I'm an E

    6 7.79%
  • I

    15 19.48%
  • N

    13 16.88%
  • S

    6 7.79%
  • F

    11 14.29%
  • T

    11 14.29%
  • P

    15 19.48%
  • J

    4 5.19%
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  1. #1
    Phantonym
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    Default Are you a fast or a slow walker?

    The title of the thread is self-explanatory.

    I wonder, could there be a preference or even type correlation? I might whip up a poll later...

    Preference maybe, but a type? Doubtful.

    Discuss.

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    Fast walker. People often find it hard to keep up with me.

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    Fast. But doesn't look that fast.

    I have a big pace. I often have the feeling kids need to run in order to stay alongside me.
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    More of a fast-walker. And I take long strides as I walk, so I go to places pretty quick.

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    I walk fast, but I don't pay much attention. Normally I look pretty absent minded because I am. I not only walk fast, but I walk efficiently. I avoid opening and closing doors with ease, and weave in and out of people before they even see me.

    Also, I am shortish, so while it should look like I am walking fast, it doesn't. I am much too graceful for that
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    I'm a fast walker myself. Not too long strides but I move around pretty fast and I'm able to react quickly to other people's movement, if I happen to pay attention, that is.

    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    I walk fast, but I don't pay much attention. Normally I look pretty absent minded because I am. I not only walk fast, but I walk efficiently. I avoid opening and closing doors with ease, and weave in and out of people before they even see me.
    Absent mindedness is something I struggle with myself. I've actually bumped into a friend I was supposed to meet on the street and then kept on walking

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    Very fast walker.

    It even happened to me that complete strangers stop when they see me and say " You are kind a slow !? (sarcasm) ".

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    When I have an objective, fast.

    When I'm playin' it loose and casual, I slowly meander.

    Edit: I usually have an objective. I don't traverse in a confused state for long, however literally or figuratively you choose to take it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Absent mindedness is something I struggle with myself. I've actually bumped into a friend I was supposed to meet on the street and then kept on walking
    Hahaha go absent minded people! I look pretty absent minded. Kind of like a cross between Dr. Who with his crazy looking facial expressions of stare-offness, and Albert Einstein. I have pretty crazy hair too. I look like your typical mad scientist.

    Only very attractive.

    I also have a very cocky walk. I get told that. People don't like that. When I walk slow, I basically walk like "I own this place and all of you people"

    When I walk fast, I look very purposeful, like I am on my way to a very important meeting.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    I'm a fast walker myself. Not too long strides but I move around pretty fast and I'm able to react quickly to other people's movement, if I happen to pay attention, that is.
    +1

    Absent mindedness is something I struggle with myself. I've actually bumped into a friend I was supposed to meet on the street and then kept on walking
    Better still are the times I walk into walls or doors. I've actually walked into automatic doors a few times because I was walking so fast. Incredibely embarrasing, but I guess it provides cheap entertainment for others.

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