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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    For instance, they are the ones pouting at Disneyland, freaking out before the guests arrive, or turning a special moment into something about them.

    What is this?
    "freaking out before the guests arrive"

    was the SP the one planning the event? I know when I planned my 30th birthday party I was gathering people from two cities together and getting RSVP's, making sure I wasn't getting ripped of by the limo company, etc. Plus, I really wanted it to be a really fun and memorable occasion for everyone. (It was ) Yeah, I sort of freaked out. I don't plan. It's a stressful position to be in. Let's say I'm out of my comfort zone. Maybe this is the case with your friend?

    "Pouting at Disneyland"

    I live in Orlando. I'd pout too. Unless it's Epcot and I'm drinking around the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Well I suppose there are a lot of situations where the other temperaments might be going "oh shit everything needs to go smoothly right at this moment!" but the SP is thinking "what's the big deal? even if it doesn't go smoothly we can handle it". Going smoothly is probably not a priority (we think) it comes naturally.
    Ahhh ha!!! A wise Sasquatch you are!

    That totally makes sense, shit always goes smooth for us, even when we fuck up. Haaa!

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