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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I am merely one salmon among many trying to swim upstream to his death!
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    ... couldn't drag me away

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    I prefer to hang around extraverts, but that's probably because my E is relatively weak. I'm generally less talkative and outgoing (but more receptive) than they are, but I still thrive on the stimulation that I get around them and that they enjoy as well. The six people I'm closest to are other E's--an ENFJ, a ESFJ, two ESTPs, a ENTP, and another ENTJ.

    Now, when it comes to the other three dichotomies, I do prefer opposites.. primarily because I can learn something from them.

    I think it comes down to the fact that I just can't figure introverts out and I'm impatient

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post

    CO results in a solid fit, with O being peacefully engaged by C.
    Or the O howling like a banshee while attempting (futilely) to claw it's way to the nearest exit while the C laughs and laughs and says, "No no, kitty!! We haven't got your SpongeBob costume zipped up yet! Come here!" and then more screaming and more laughing and then more screaming followed by flashes from a camera and photo Christmas cards.

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    Yes, I would more often choose to be around introverts than extroverts. I am a talker so I like to have people around listening to me. I like other extroverts, too, but I think I have more I friends. I always tend to gravitate towards I's at a party. They are the captive audiences on the couch, just waiting for me to talk their heads off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Yes, I would more often choose to be around introverts than extroverts. I am a talker so I like to have people around listening to me. I like other extroverts, too, but I think I have more I friends. I always tend to gravitate towards I's at a party. They are the captive audiences on the couch, just waiting for me to talk their heads off.
    Wait. What exactly do the introverts get out of this? I need things to be even so I can stop feeling bad about button-holing people.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    I prefer to hang around extraverts, but that's probably because my E is relatively weak. I'm generally less talkative and outgoing (but more receptive) than they are, but I still thrive on the stimulation that I get around them and that they enjoy as well. The six people I'm closest to are other E's--an ENFJ, a ESFJ, two ESTPs, a ENTP, and another ENTJ.

    Now, when it comes to the other three dichotomies, I do prefer opposites.. primarily because I can learn something from them.
    Agreed. My E is also weak. I get along with Is just as well as Es, though I've frightened off some Is before (unintentionally). I tend to run into other Es who have just as weak E or more so than me. Like most of the ENTP I know are pretty chill and can be very quiet and withdrawn. Motor-mouthed stage-hogging INTPs, for the flipside. I/E has less to do with energy I think than it has something to say about which function comes to the fore unconsciously. This is the difference between me and my INFJ dad. He hits things with Ni, I hit it with Fe, but my Ni is right on it's heels giving an opinion, so we sound very much the same at times. I'm just the Piquant version, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Wait. What exactly do the introverts get out of this? I need things to be even so I can stop feeling bad about button-holing people.
    Entertainment, I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Or the O howling like a banshee while attempting (futilely) to claw it's way to the nearest exit while the C laughs and laughs and says, "No no, kitty!! We haven't got your SpongeBob costume zipped up yet! Come here!" and then more screaming and more laughing and then more screaming followed by flashes from a camera and photo Christmas
    cards.
    oh..i know exactly what you're talking about!! THAT is hysterical haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Carbon monoxide?
    you took the romanticism out of it.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

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