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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    You know you're a feeler when....

    What can I say, these are fun!

    You know you're a feeler when you write what you think is a really good post and are a bit sad when no one thanks you for it.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    You want to know "who" it's about before "what" it is about.

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    Unknown Personality

    You cried at the end of the first season of Digimon because you thought the Digidestined would never get to see their partners again. Granted, I was 9, but still.

    P.S.: There have been a lot of these things lately.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    When you space out in your philosophy of ethics class because you are too busy constructing an argument in your head against the "rational", utilitarian because it overlooked so many different, personal factors that make up life, yet when you finally tune back into what the professor was saying, you find out he already wrote the argument on the board for you.
    You should have just paid attention in class, but you felt too offended by the other argument.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by vinndi View Post
    When you space out in your philosophy of ethics class because you are too busy constructing an argument in your head against the "rational", utilitarian because it overlooked so many different, personal factors that make up life, yet when you finally tune back into what the professor was saying, you find out he already wrote the argument on the board for you.
    You should have just paid attention in class, but you felt too offended by the other argument.
    I think I have had that happen to me a few times.
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    Unknown Personality

    Quote Originally Posted by Angelic Gardevoir View Post
    You cried at the end of the first season of Digimon because you thought the Digidestined would never get to see their partners again. Granted, I was 9, but still.

    P.S.: There have been a lot of these things lately.
    Actually the 3rd season (Tamers) did it the most for me. Even the first Pokemon episode got a reaction out of me...ok go ahead an laugh now...anime/manga had that effect on me when I was all sensitive and that. I won't say how old I was either...

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    *comes into thread with pot of glue and puts some on the back*
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    Unknown Personality

    Ok fine I'll add one, procrastination is a forte of mine and the chores can wait some more I guess.

    You know if you're a feeler because you're hurt when people point out the obvious that you somehow missed.
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    ISFP - The Artists

    ...When you don't understand why people would want stereotypes to exist. Sure they make it easy to make claimed beliefs about people but it's not worth what it does to individuality...
    ...When you feel sad that your posts aren't thanked then think 'well you should have written something better shouldn't you?'
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    I saw this MBTI anecdote somewhere- I wish I remember where I saw it, that goes something like this:

    T type: The stars in the galaxy are moving further and further apart.

    F type: Do you suppose it was something I said?


    So I think what the F type said is a good example of taking F to the extreme.
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