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    I Will Type You

    Answer honestly or my analysis will be skewed. Skip any you wish to. Answer-friendly bolded format. Be as descriptive as you like

    Question one. Are you vegan or vegetarian for moral reasons? Is your bedroom messy?

    Question two. Describe your ideal partner.

    Question (?) three. Tell me what you like to think about.

    Question (?) four. Tell me what you love to do.

    Question five. Are you very ambitious? Do you like to compete? Describe. Or (choose between the first two and this one) Do you have big dreams? Describe them.

    Question six. What are your friends like? What do you like to do with them?

    Question seven. Do you ever feel as though you wear a mask?

    Question eight. Are you comfortable with yourself?

    Question nine. Would you ever consider going to a bdsm/sex house?

    Question ten. Do you like to perform? Would you ever consider comedy?

    Question eleven. Do you like answering questions about yourself such as these?

    Question twelve. Would you ever yell 'build a wall'? Would you ever say 'woman's rights are human rights'? Do both of these phrases disgust you? Do tell. Questions like these may or may not be used for your typing, depending on your description and explanation.

    Question thirteen. Are you a good listener? Do you do any of the following? Nod, and smile, say "Aw" and such, don't interrupt? Describe your listening style.

    Question fourteen. Would you use a plastic bag or board to kill yourself or someone else?

    Question five. Romantic comedies?

    Question six. Physics?

    Question seven. Farts?

    Question eight. Do you believe in the importance of exercise and participate daily?

    Question 18.5. Physical examinations? Would you rather have peace or exposed corruption?

    Question nineteen. Did you notice any "inconsistencies" in these questions prior to this? Vent here

    Question 19.5. What did this test remind you of?

    Question 20. What if someone told you, "Stop eating"?


     
    Question 19.5. What did this test remind you of? (It reminded me of 20q but for mbti lol)
     
    yes I made it twenty questions on purpose



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    Question one. Are you vegan or vegetarian for moral reasons? Is your bedroom messy? No; a throw blanket is out of place and there's a pile of papers on the desk, but besides that, all is in its right place.

    Question two. Describe your ideal partner. Honest, respectful, and introverted. Someone who I can share silence with.

    Question (?) three. Tell me what you like to think about. Plague. I think about what it must have been like to live in different centuries with the plague and the different treatment methods over the years. I also think about how, even though it can be treated with antibiotics in a hospital setting with modern strains, whether or not biophages would be a better way to treat it - especially so it wouldn't become resistant to antibiotics in that case. I am basically obsessed with Plague (Yersinia Pestis).

    Other than that, I think a lot about science in general. Neurological anomalies is one, too, especially how it affects criminality.

    Question (?) four. Tell me what you love to do. Research and read.

    Question five. Are you very ambitious? Do you like to compete? Describe. Or (choose between the first two and this one) Do you have big dreams? Describe them. I don't like to compete with anyone except myself. I think I have moderate levels of ambition. I have drive, but I'm not someone who wants to step on anyone else to get to the top of my job or anything and I don't want to be a workaholic because then I wouldn't have much time with my family.

    Question six. What are your friends like? What do you like to do with them? Save for one, my friends are very ideas-oriented people. We sit and talk about different concepts and expand on them. Most of my friends are musicians and we play music together sometimes. I don't spend as much time with friends as I used to, though, because my kids keep me really busy.

    Question seven. Do you ever feel as though you wear a mask? No.

    Question eight. Are you comfortable with yourself? Yes.

    Question nine. Would you ever consider going to a bdsm/sex house? Never.

    Question ten. Do you like to perform? Would you ever consider comedy? I do like to perform. I wouldn't consider comedy, though. Maybe acting or music performance.

    Question eleven. Do you like answering questions about yourself such as these? Yes.

    Question twelve. Would you ever yell 'build a wall'? Would you ever say 'woman's rights are human rights'? Do both of these phrases disgust you? Do tell. Questions like these may or may not be used for your typing, depending on your description and explanation. I don't really see a whole lot of reasoning behind protesting. They call it activism, but it seems it would be more active to go out and do something about whatever one has cognitive dissonance with. As I've grown, I see better a reason why people protest - to have their voices heard, to network and meet people who think like them, etc..., but I still am not really about that. I "protest" by voting. If it gets too bad, I'll just move to a different country.

    Question thirteen. Are you a good listener? Do you do any of the season? Nod, and smile, say "Aw" and such, don't interrupt? Describe your listening style. I think I'm a good listener and I've been told that I am. I don't like filler, but I will interrupt to clarify something the person says. I want to make certain that I give the speaker my full attention, so it's important for me to follow their logic, so when I need to, I might say, "Wait, so you said .... ? Why do you suppose you think that?"

    Question fourteen. Would you use a plastic bag or board to kill yourself or someone else? Maybe. It would have to be a really exceptional situation, though. It's hard for me to rule out every possibility. However, I am not currently suicidal or homicidal and I can't think of any reason why I might be in the future, but in a post-nuclear war situation, who knows.

    Question five. Romantic comedies? God no. I mean, they're sometimes fun, but like I mean once every two years or something. I really really don't like them.

    Question six. Physics? Yes. I love physics. It's not as applicable to what I'm interested in as chemistry is yet, I'm somehow more interested in physics (perhaps because I understand it less?).

    Question seven. Farts? My kids make some pretty hilarious fart jokes. It's hard to remember being that creative about farts. I don't like dog farts. : (

    Question eight. Do you believe in the importance of exercise and participate daily? I believe that exercise is a part of optimizing well-being and I have a schedule for exercise that I adhere to, but it's not daily. I think it's important to allow my body to rest and heal between workouts, so its more every other daily.

    Question 18.5. Physical examinations? Would you rather have peace or exposed corruption? I've had a few physical examinations as I had high risk pregnancies. I'd rather have exposed corruption than peace politically, but I am not undervaluing the importance of peace in daily living by saying so. I just think that dissonance makes life interesting.

    Question nineteen. Did you notice any "inconsistencies" in these questions prior to this? Vent here Not really. I will vent a bit about how I don't understand how my kids could already be out of their Easter candy. We got them the same amount as they get every year, but this is a record. My parents would have never allowed me to eat that much candy. Maybe I need to be more strict?

    Question 19.5. What did this test remind you of? There were these chain-mail email surveys that used to go around in the late 90s online. It reminded me of those.

    Question 20. What if someone told you, "Stop eating"?
    If I was currently eating, my instinct would be to spit out my food and ask if it's poisoned or something. If they meant that they didn't want me to eat anymore, I'd ask them why because that doesn't make sense to me. Generally I wouldn't listen to that dramatic of a change in my life, but if it's a doctor recommending a liquid diet or something, I'd be more likely to take them seriously.

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    You've caught me in a talkative mood, so I'm probably going to be more on the descriptive side with my answers.

    Question one. Are you vegan or vegetarian for moral reasons? Is your bedroom messy?

    No, and no. I once thought I wanted to be vegetarian and I was like two days in and my aunt and uncle wanted to take me out for BBQ ribs and that was the end of that, haha. I gave it the thought because I was eating chicken wings one night and for some reason I had a clear image in my head of eating an actual live chicken and it really weirded me out. I would like to start being selective of the meat I eat, though. I don't know how practical or how much effort it would take to find out where the meat I buy is coming from, but it's something I'd like to look into. I have no moral qualms about consuming meat itself, though.

    My room is fairly tidy. It gets messy when I do laundry, but that's mostly it. My closet is sometimes a mess. So is the kitchen sink, but you only asked about my bedroom! ..Right?

    Question two. Describe your ideal partner.

    I found it in my husband. :) But uh, someone who is open, honest, and is my best friend. Someone who is comfortable sharing his heart and mind with me, and wants to feel an intimate connection with me. It kind of goes without saying, but we should have similar interests and enjoy a lot of quality time together. I just want someone who cares about me and is open to love and is okay with feeling vulnerable, and is at least somewhat romantic (not, like, traditional romance, but just being expressive with emotions I guess).

    Question (?) three. Tell me what you like to think about.
    I like to think about many things. Probably people the most, or concepts and ideas relating to people. I like to analyze people, characters in movies and books, society, stuff like that. Psychology and philosophy are interesting, different perceptions and understandings of the world and people. How people look at things differently, how we are alike, etc.

    Question (?) four. Tell me what you love to do.
    Everything in my previous answer as well as: painting, reading, watching movies & tv, playing games, spending time with friends and family, taking care of my pets, dancing, hiking/camping, connecting to others online, learning new things, writing, designing.

    Question five. Are you very ambitious? Do you like to compete? Describe. Or (choose between the first two and this one) Do you have big dreams? Describe them.

    I'm ambitious in that I always like to improve myself, but really it's just competing with myself (or who I'd like to be), not other people if that makes sense. I'm not highly competitive with others (though there have been some occasions). I do have big dreams, but I'm also sometimes afraid of disappointment and that can bring me back to reality a bit, unfortunately. I feel like I have achieved many of my personal dreams, and I feel confident that I'll continue to reach my other personal goals. It's my career dreams that seem more difficult to me, though I am trying. I really do want to do something I'm good at, that utilizes my best skills and makes me fulfilled, and helps other people, but it's kind of tricky to find that thing. I worry that I won't and that I'll just end up settling for whatever.

    Question six. What are your friends like? What do you like to do with them?
    My friend group is pretty...diverse. It's not a huge group, but they are all pretty different from one another. In some way or another, though, they are intellectual and creative, I'd say. How that expresses itself is different for each of them, but I'd say they all like to learn about the world. But yeah, some are quiet, some are outgoing and fearless, some are hilarious.

    Unlike the relationship with my husband, my friend relationships are a bit less intimate. Which for the most part I am okay with, though sometimes I have thought it would be nice to be a bit closer. But really, time with friends for me is time to relax and have fun, and that's usually why I interact with them. It's like a break from the demands of everyday life, where we just hang out and explore our various hobbies together.

    Question seven. Do you ever feel as though you wear a mask?

    Definitely. I have the tendency to present myself in ways that I think will make people like me. I really want to be accepted and liked by people, which I know is not really always a good thing because it makes me suppress a lot of who I am and what my opinions and beliefs are. But I find I get to know more people and fit in if I wear certain masks. This ties into the last question, but I can be an entirely different person depend on the friend I am around. I start to take on their characteristics.

    Question eight. Are you comfortable with yourself?
    I want to say yes, but the answer is likely no. I've struggled with self-confidence issues and social anxiety all my life, and I feel like if I have those issues, it means I'm not entirely comfortable with who I am. Something I've said to describe this is "I like who I am, but I just worry too much that other people do not!" So it's weird. I have high self-esteem, but low self-confidence, if that's even possible.

    Question nine. Would you ever consider going to a bdsm/sex house?

    Hahah, no. Sex is an entirely private and intimate thing for me.

    Question ten. Do you like to perform? Would you ever consider comedy?
    I have social/performance anxiety, so I feel like I don't truly know if I would like to perform in front of others or not. I'm not really traditionally "funny", though, so comedy probably isn't my thing. I'm just not quick enough to think of jokes.

    Question eleven. Do you like answering questions about yourself such as these?
    Yes, I usually do.

    Question twelve. Would you ever yell 'build a wall'? Would you ever say 'woman's rights are human rights'? Do both of these phrases disgust you? Do tell. Questions like these may or may not be used for your typing, depending on your description and explanation.
    Lol, I don't think I could be found yelling 'build a wall'. That sounds so simplistic and stupid to be quite frank. I don't even think I'd yell 'woman's rights are humans rights' either. I really don't think I'm the kind of person to state specific platitudes (is that the word I'm looking for?) because I feel like they don't really say anything, and are too specific/simplistic for an overall goal or issue. The more I hear something being stated over and over, the less likely I am to feel anything at all about it. I'd rather really get into what the issue is and, well, I think my style is more like giving/writing a speech rather than certain activist catch-phrases.

    Question thirteen. Are you a good listener? Do you do any of the following? Nod, and smile, say "Aw" and such, don't interrupt? Describe your listening style.
    I try to be a good listener. There are times when I find myself drifting off into my own inner world, though, and I feel bad about that. But most of the time, I am a very good listener. People usually choose to come to me to talk and I love it, haha. I nod, smile, and say "aw", yes. There are times when I don't know how to respond, which bothers me, or it bothers me when I feel like I haven't said enough to comfort another person. Sometimes I interrupt, but it depends on the situation (if I think the person is trying to explain something and I want them to know I understood, I'll interrupt to basically summarize what they were thinking/saying). Or I'll interrupt to enhance the conversation, and try to make it more of a back-and-forth dialogue.

    Question fourteen. Would you use a plastic bag or board to kill yourself or someone else?
    ...No. I mean, there are a very limited number of scenarios in which I could see myself doing this. I think "no" suffices as an answer, though, lol.

    Question five. Romantic comedies?
    Eh, they're okay. Not really my favorite genre. I DO like pure romances, though, especially when they're heartbreaking. I like the romance movies that make me cry and mess me up for days. Those are the best.

    Question six. Physics?
    I'm pretty awful at physics. I did well in my physics courses and can do the math, but it really needs to be spelled out for me to know how and why to solve a problem. I shouldn't be a physicist, let's just say that. A lot of that stuff is just over my head.

    Question seven. Farts?

    I was reading the other day how Old English Sheepdog farts are supposed to be pretty bad (I have an Old English Sheepdog). haha

    Question eight. Do you believe in the importance of exercise and participate daily?
    I underestimate things like that a lot. Exercise, beauty regimens, vitamins, eating certain foods, etc. But I do try to get in some exercise because it makes me feel good. Trust me that it does not happen every day.

    Question 18.5. Physical examinations? Would you rather have peace or exposed corruption?
    Physical exams are okay I guess. I go to them when necessary. I'm not really getting the second part of your question. I'm not sure if having peace means there's some kind of covert corruption going on, but that's not really how I read it! I'd rather have peace than any kind of corruption, of course.

    Question nineteen. Did you notice any "inconsistencies" in these questions prior to this? Vent here
    Nah, nothing to vent about here.

    Question 19.5. What did this test remind you of?

    I dunno. Other questionnaires I suppose.

    Question 20. What if someone told you, "Stop eating"?
    I'd be very confused and wonder why they want me to starve to death.
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    Hmm. . . Questionnaires. What a treat.

    Question one. Are you vegan or vegetarian for moral reasons? Is your bedroom messy?
    Nope. Not a vegan or vegetarian. Bacon is too good. My bedroom is pretty messy actually.

    Question two. Describe your ideal partner.
    I don't want a partner in life. I want a lot of privacy for intellectual pursuits. I don't want a partner that would complain about how much alone time I like to spend or the possibility of having kids with them one day. It's having to take care of little irrational uneducated little beings I could care less about and all the other annoying responsibilities that will keep me away from my pursuits. If I do decide to have a partner, I'd like someone who is on par or better than me intellectually. Also, cares about personal development and compassion.

    Question (?) three. Tell me what you like to think about.
    I've gone all over with hobbies. I've read on different kinds of science like physics, astronomy, chemistry, psychology, computer science tried different types of art like drawing, poetry, comics, comedy, also philosophy, history, business even if I have no use for it (A lot of the things I read have no practical use), politics, economics etc.

    Question (?) four. Tell me what you love to do.
    Thinking, solving, analyzing, brainstorming, deducting, inducting, understanding, memorizing, summarizing, comparing, connecting ideas, fact checking, paraphrasing, categorizing, theorizing and pretty much any type of learning. I like my share of that.

    Question five. Are you very ambitious? Do you like to compete? Describe. Or (choose between the first two and this one) Do you have big dreams? Describe them.
    I have this dream of mastering learning techniques from my obsession of researching them and trying them for several months. I want to learn things deeply and widely in all kinds of subjects for the sake of learning. I want a kind of jack of all trades, master of some life. I want to understand as much as I can. I'd like to use these skills for something good and great in society — if possible. For now, I'm just doing a smaller scale version of that that by lurking in random intellectual forums and sharing knowledge.

    Question six. What are your friends like? What do you like to do with them?
    I tend to just talk to anyone who approaches me. I'm not one to start conversations or approach people most of the time. Though, if I choose to approach someone, it's usually someone I think has good humor, interesting information or would be willing to listen to what I'm learning at the moment or my crappy jokes.

    Question seven. Do you ever feel as though you wear a mask?
    It's more like I'm showing different sides of myself yet never revealing everything. I seem to be very open and easygoing when people first get to know me. But if you get close enough — most likely you will hit a point where you realize that you can't discuss deeper sides of me if you even realize that those sides of me exist. I'm also less apt to show my more serious side to people. I can be much more cautious, fearful of risk, disciplined, and goal oriented in finding the truth than my lighthearted easygoing persona suggests.

    Question eight. Are you comfortable with yourself?
    Yes, pretty much. I had a pretty huge problem with coming to accept the irrationality of my emotions most of the time but these days I'm good most of the time.

    Question nine. Would you ever consider going to a bdsm/sex house?
    I'm pretty disinterested in sex in general. I seem to be lacking much of a sexual drive really and if there is even a slight sexual drive, I'll get distracted by more intellectual pursuits. Though, if I went there to be able to watch two people in bdsm, I might do it out of interest. Haha. I'll pay them. I'll pay to observe different bdsm techniques and ask questions casually like a really curious 9 year old at the zoo. Field trip! I wish I could be rich so I can pay a bunch of people to interview them. Great idea! I'll put this in my bucket list.

    Question ten. Do you like to perform? Would you ever consider comedy?
    I'm not much of a performer. Most of my interests either involves lots of alone time or if with other people, with one person to discuss or a forum online. Comedy might be something I'd consider though. I have a lot of absurdist, dark and goofy humor if I have enough energy to talk to people. I've improvised things from picking up a wooden stick on the floor and making people laugh by telling really absurd and crappy in a good way stories about them. I've gotten paper tape on my mouth to act as Hitler or bought a cheap bear to get it to flirt with people. Performing seems easier in that I get to prepare and don't get overwhelmed by all the people around me. (I'm really introverted actually.) But it also seems to have higher standards of comedy that I'm somewhat afraid of, but I also find that interesting.

    Question eleven. Do you like answering questions about yourself such as these?
    I do for some reason. Though, for really gooey reasons I wouldn't like to admit. I do like new things and prefer them but I also like questions like this that febds to use a good amount of memories. Why? Because while people tend to view me as someone who's repeatedly looking for the new, I actually tend to like some amount of familiarity, certainty and consistency in my life.

    Question twelve. Would you ever yell 'build a wall'? Would you ever say 'woman's rights are human rights'? Do both of these phrases disgust you? Do tell. Questions like these may or may not be used for your typing, depending on your description and explanation.
    I'd likely say build a wall if I'm making dark jokes about Donald Trump. Bwahahaha. I do care about people and the social issues surrounding them (I even sent a donation to the United Nations recently), but I tend to still be detached enough to be able to take these issues casually in humor. Detachment allows for a clear logical view of the situation anyway. For the second phrase, well, sure. Do I sign a petition somewhere or not? Long as it's not one of those feminist hate men kind of thing. Heh.

    Question thirteen. Are you a good listener? Do you do any of the following? Nod, and smile, say "Aw" and such, don't interrupt? Describe your listening style.
    I get really curious about interesting information and tend to ask lots of questions when it comes to that. I tend to say something like "ahmm" showing that I'm listening or asking for clarifications in their speech. I like to share insights and arguments if possible though.

    Question fourteen. Would you use a plastic bag or board to kill yourself or someone else?
    Haha. Why so? I'm not much to hold a grudge or get angry at people. I'm pretty much relaxed at least 80% of the time these days. 20% is likely having to with fear than anger. (The fear probably coming from my more cautious side.) From reading about crimes and how they find criminals — they sure have a lot of complex intelligent ways to find clues to the murderers. I wouldn't like to get to jail though for my life. Especially with no wifi to be able to google things I'm interested in.

    Question five. Romantic comedies?
    Heh. I'm more for really action based, dark, thought provoking and psychologically intense shows. Maybe comedy though is interesting. Especially absurdist humor.

    Question six. Physics?
    Yep. I dig physics. Learning it on Khanacademy these days. There is something really lovely about the precision of mathematics in how things work. It's not vague like psychology. It is really on point.

    Question seven. Farts?
    When I fart, I laugh at other's reactions and mess around by telling my friend next to me was the one who farted. I told people the fart was a ghost's fart. I've told people that that was the "sound of music" in my life. I've told all kinds of crazy explanations for my fart. It also reminds me of my party trick of burping the alphabet. (Yes, I still have childish humor.) Classicccc.

    Question eight. Do you believe in the importance of exercise and participate daily?
    I've been working slowly on diet recently. Though, exercise I'm not touching on at the moment. Only consistent form of excercise I like is how much I like to walk or even run around when I'm thinking. It seems to help me think better and I even found a scientific study on how exercise actually does help people think better. No wonder I like it so much.

    I really lack athleticism in other ways though. I'm slightly chubby. I tend to be slower than others in running. Weaker than others in my grip. Really bad at hand eye coordination. I don't have that instinctive reaction needed in sports and tend to have this habit of thinking things through. I tend to think of my body as something that just carries around my head. I guess I should do something about it sooner or later.

    Question 18.5. Physical examinations? Would you rather have peace or exposed corruption?
    Heh. It's just a Doctor. No biggie. I bet they see these things all the time. Emotional exposure I'm less okay with though. The dislike of nakedness is a really weird social norm to me though but not important enough for me to care telling people about.

    Question nineteen. Did you notice any "inconsistencies" in these questions prior to this? Vent here
    I don't see how farts is related to typing. But hey, this reminds me of an anime where someone went through a ninja course. A task they have is that they have to breathe in gas from under the lake from the fart of an old lady's ass. One student was horrified but the other student quickly went to breathe in the old lady's gas under the water which caused him to fart, then caused the fart to get into the other student which he reacted by farting the gas out. Hahhahahah.

    Question 19.5. What did this test remind you of?
    Seems like random arbitrary questions to me than typing. I remember I was 9 and making questionnaires on forums with really absurd questions. he comedy question reminds me of a friend of mine and my time with him. My prank buddy and doing random crazy shit in the middle of public. Haha. Good times. I remember him bringing this long stick we use to put into people's ears, the fake cockroaches or my bright idea of acting like I was exorcising evil spirits out of people. I get way too tired and need alone time faster to keep up with that brilliant bastard but still, good times.

    Question 20. What if someone told you, "Stop eating"?

    I'd pause for a moment and ask them why. I can't just trust advice without a good reason.
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    Question one. Are you vegan or vegetarian for moral reasons? Is your bedroom messy?
    No I'm not vegan/vegetarian, simply because I'm addicted to chicken and bacon. Every other meat is gross to me though, I'm not a big meat eater. My room is organized AF! I'm so OCD about my belongings, everything HAS to be in it's place or I lose my cool.

    Question two. Describe your ideal partner.
    Someone with bright blue and mesmerizing eyes, eyes that glisten and you can just get lost in. I would prefer an extrovert, but not one who will make me do things I don't want, or someone who won't let me hermit to recharge my batteries. I would be fine with an introvert, but they'd have to be very outgoing and "extraverted". Certain people bring out different sides of me, so I want someone who will bring out the happy-go-lucky side of me, the one who stops caring so much and the side of me that really lives in the moment (which is rare and can only be achieved with certain people.) I want someone who's charming, big-picture oriented, isn't afraid to explore DEEP conversations, and really cares about other people. I don't want someone who is melancholic like me (which changes if I'm with someone who isn't), and I kind-of want someone who's happy-go-lucky and positive about life.

    Question (?) three. Tell me what you like to think about.
    Lol what do I not think about. I'm always thinking, always in my own head. Most times I'm thinking about future desires/plans/goals, or I'm analyzing something. I think about typology a lot because it's become a big part of my life, and I think about how it affects/had affected my outlook on myself, other people, etc. I always ask the big questions, I'm always wondering the meaning to things. "Why are we even here", "what is the point of doing anything" (not in the depressed way but in the curious way), a question I've been contemplating is "why do humans feel the need/satisfaction to help others, when logically humans are selfish in nature." My thoughts are inwards a lot, I don't really have objective thoughts. I'm never preoccupied with what's going on around me, or even the people around me. If I'm being social, I just focus on them and what they're thinking/talking about, and I'm trying to imagine scenarios about the story they're telling or such. Otherwise if I'm not being social and I'm minding my own business, my mind is almost always somewhere else.

    Question (?) four. Tell me what you love to do.
    I love to analyze things in my mind, and just think about things so I can come to an understanding about them. I love to drink tea and coffee, while watching really good movies. I don't like books, but I love to read on forums and tumblr. I absolutely love love love movies, especially ones with STRONG meanings behind them (like Kill Bill and Collateral Beauty.) (P.S. Everyone only hated Collateral Beauty because their minds weren't intellectual enough to understand it on a deeper level.) I like to play video games (not as much like when I was a kid,) and I enjoy making really deep emotional connections with people. This is incredibly hard to do, especially in a superficial upper-middle class suburban town like mine, so I look forward to what the future holds for me. I care a lot about in how I look and how I appear to other people, and I enjoy just kind-of being me (that probably sounded pretentious and narcissistic, I apologize.) I also HIGHLY enjoy music, I saved this one for last because it is one of my favorite things on earth. Music is something I need in my life, and I always have a song running through my head at any given moment.

    Question five. Are you very ambitious? Do you like to compete? Describe. Or (choose between the first two and this one) Do you have big dreams? Describe them.
    Yes, I'd say I'm very ambitious. I'm a dreamer to some extent, my ambitions are gravitated toward how I really want to live my life in the future. I am very competitive with certain things, anything I really "get into", I always make sure I'm like, the best lol. Especially video games, I always get highly competitive and I make sure I'm the best at the character I'm playing "or one of the best." The amont of time and effort I will spend on one game (usually just one character) to be one of the best is kinda pathetic, but it brings joy to beat others in video games (because it's impersonal.) I'm less competitive in real life, especially because I'm very careful to avoid conflict. I can get competitive in things aside from sports, sports are really not my thing. I'll lie though and say I play baseball to those who ask in school, simply because I actually some-what like it to a degree, and people won't respect you as much in my town if you don't play sports as a boy (I know it's so stupid.)

    Question six. What are your friends like? What do you like to do with them?

    I don't have many friends who I would call REAL friends, but those who are, they are all different from each other. My close friends are all different from each other in the sense that I wouldn't be comfortable making a group. In middle school I highly desired to be popular and part of the "cool kid clique", now I hate groups and LOVE 1 on 1 interactions. I love trying to build deep connections with people like I said before, and I've only built a really DEEP connection with 2 people in my lifetime. One was an INFJ girl in 8th grade (who I just found out this year was an INFJ and she typed herself,) and an ESFP guy. I'm not friends with the ESFP guy anymore, that ship crashed and burned into the water. However when it was good, it was GOOD. He said he never had a connection with someone like me at the time, and we were like soul brothers. It's so sad to think about the road that friendship went down, but he changed and got bored/annoyed of me, while I didn't really know how to fix it so just made it worse. As for what I like to do with my friends, I like to do 1 on 1 hangouts as I said before, and go see movies together and drive around and just talk. I never go to parties really, and I usually just go to panera/Starbucks after the movie with them. I think novel experiences and deep conversations are what make a friendship good. I also like to listen to their problems a lot, and try to help them resolve it. Sometimes I go into "counselor mode" and I try to help resolve the conflict instead of just being a friend and taking their side when they need it. My close INFP friend got annoyed with me on this, because I was looking at her situation from a big picture perspective and was looking at both sides to help her solve the conflict, and I wasn't telling her what she wanted to hear (which made me feel like a failure/meaningless friend afterwards, and I apologized even though I was just trying to help.)

    Question seven. Do you ever feel as though you wear a mask?
    Yes and no. Different people see different sides of me, but only because I subconsciously change my attitudes to compliment who I'm with. I don't choose which side of me comes out with who, it just does.

    Question eight. Are you comfortable with yourself?
    Yes and no again haha. I like my appearance and my personality, but sometimes I feel like I'm awkward and alien-like in the world. I feel so internally different from everyone else, and I feel like other people get a sense of "there's something different about this guy" around me. I seem to intrigue people at the get-go, but I end up putting more effort into the relationship than they do, and I end up getting disappointed again and again. So I'm kinda unhappy with the part of myself that makes me so different from everybody else, but at the same time I like it because it makes me independent, I don't know I'm a contradiction.

    Question nine. Would you ever consider going to a bdsm/sex house?
    No.

    Question ten. Do you like to perform? Would you ever consider comedy?
    No.

    Question eleven. Do you like answering questions about yourself such as these?
    Yes, but I go through an existential crisis at least once a day and I'm always forgetting who I am. These questions and personality tests bring me back to myself, but it doesn't last long because I start to lose my sense of self again.

    Question twelve. Would you ever yell 'build a wall'? Would you ever say 'woman's rights are human rights'? Do both of these phrases disgust you? Do tell. Questions like these may or may not be used for your typing, depending on your description and explanation.

    Skip because useless.

    Question thirteen. Are you a good listener? Do you do any of the following? Nod, and smile, say "Aw" and such, don't interrupt? Describe your listening style.
    I'd say I'm a good listener if I'm in my social mode, but sometimes my own mind distracts me from what's going in the real world. Yes I do say 'aw' and nod, but I don't smile unless there's a reason to. I try not to interrupt, but when I have something important to say I really feel the need to say it. If I do interrupt I immediately apologize and tell them to keep talking, then they either keep talking or say "no it's okay say what you had to say." I don't have a "listening style", unless I'm misunderstanding the question.

    Question fourteen. Would you use a plastic bag or board to kill yourself or someone else?
    No, unless the person really deserved to die and it was a matter of life and death or greater good.

    Question fifteen. Romantic comedies?
    I love them.

    Question sixteen. Physics?
    Skip

    Question seventeen. Farts?
    Childish.

    Question eighteen. Do you believe in the importance of exercise and participate daily?
    Yes, but I don't exercise daily myself (I don't see the point in it when I have a really high metabolism.)

    Question 18.5. Physical examinations? Would you rather have peace or exposed corruption?
    Peace.

    Question nineteen. Did you notice any "inconsistencies" in these questions prior to this? Vent here
    You had question 15 16 17 and 18 labeled as five, six, seven, and eight but I fixed it.

    Question 19.5. What did this test remind you of?
    Nothing.

    Question 20. What if someone told you, "Stop eating"?

    I'd ask them why they said that.
    Last edited by MusiCago; 04-20-2017 at 06:15 PM.
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  7. #6

    Question one. Are you vegan or vegetarian for moral reasons? Is your bedroom messy?
    I'm not quite sure how these two questions are related, if they are supposed to be related, or if it even matters. But I digress ... No, I'm not vegan or vegetarian though I have considered it in the past, albeit briefly. My room is fairly disorganized, though I can't say I enjoy it being so. There is just no point in cleaning it up, all of my possessions will be in disarray within an hour or two post clean-up.

    Question two. Describe your ideal partner.
    Independent, headstrong, adventurous, honest, intelligent, funny, confident, easygoing, and logical. My ideal partner is someone that I can share myself with, but in my own time and within my parameters. For this to occur, I need to be with someone that I adore, respect, and trust. I respect someone who is sincere, humble, knowledgeable, strong, and reasonable. An ideal partner would share in my intellectual pursuits, yet have their own and show me new perspectives I had not otherwise considered. They would provide me with support and guidance, but not in a way that is controlling. We would go on adventures in the world and within our minds. We would laugh about the absurdities of the world and find comfort in each other.

    Question (?) three. Tell me what you like to think about.
    Everything and anything that interests me. Topics that interest me: philosophy, physics, psychology, alchemy, occult mysteries, art, nature, etc. Basically, I like to think about anything that involves unanswered questions and the unknown; topics that I can analyze and form my own reasoning. Most often I am thinking about why certain things occur, or attempting to disprove widely accepted notions. I feel like my thinking is frequently in a state of skepticism and criticism.

    Question (?) four. Tell me what you love to do.
    Thinking, analyzing, problem solving, reading, writing, imagining absurd scenarios, creating random associations, travelling, creating art in many forms, researching topics of interest, finding and disproving false claims, hiking, just being outside on a nice day, listening to music, watching movies, and talking to people that make me happy.

    Question five. Are you very ambitious? Do you like to compete? Describe. Or (choose between the first two and this one) Do you have big dreams? Describe them.
    I'm not too ambitious, though I do have goals that I would like to achieve. The trouble with ambition, in my opinion, is that it involves significant future planning and I am simply not willing to sacrifice the passing moments, for those that have not yet occurred. I am fairly competitive though when I am facing others, especially when it comes to debates. I enjoy a good debate, and enjoy tearing apart arguments and annoying people by shaking their foundation a little bit and my own in the moments when great thinking is done.

    Question six. What are your friends like? What do you like to do with them?
    Honestly, I don't really have any friends at the moment. I used to have a nice group of friends at my last job but since then we have all gone our separate ways.

    Question seven. Do you ever feel as though you wear a mask?
    I do, simply because I want to keep my own private space in my mind. I try to remain relatively neutral around other people yet friendly, however my mind is running nonstop with thoughts I likely will never say. I will share thoughts that I believe are worthwhile and will contribute to the conversation, and prefer not to talk just for the sake of talking. Also at times, I can appear to others as if I am open, but I am not truly sharing anything that reveals what's hidden in the deep crevices of my mind. It is usually the case that people think that they know me, and then later realize that they never did because they were preoccupied with sharing themselves. At some point in conversation, the person I'm speaking with may hit on a topic of interest that I'll discuss and it will shock them. I don't purposely withhold information but I also don't readily share it.

    Question eight. Are you comfortable with yourself?
    For the most part, yes. I would be much more comfortable once my anxiety and depression subside at least to some degree, because then my mind would function more smoothly, efficiently, and clearly. A significant impairment that results from anxiety and depression, is the fogginess in my mind and the disorganization of thoughts. It drives me absolutely insane to feel less in control of my thought organization.

    Question nine. Would you ever consider going to a bdsm/sex house?
    Possibly, if boundaries were set.

    Question ten. Do you like to perform? Would you ever consider comedy?
    No, and hell no.

    Question eleven. Do you like answering questions about yourself such as these?
    For a little while, but I'm about reaching my limit.

    Question twelve. Would you ever yell 'build a wall'? Would you ever say 'woman's rights are human rights'? Do both of these phrases disgust you? Do tell. Questions like these may or may not be used for your typing, depending on your description and explanation.
    No, I wouldn't say either of these exclamations/statements and don't feel like going into why that is, other than whoever said these statements is a jackass.

    Question thirteen. Are you a good listener? Do you do any of the following? Nod, and smile, say "Aw" and such, don't interrupt? Describe your listening style.
    I seem like a good listener and sometimes I actually am if I'm interested in what the other person is saying. Basically if I am engaged mentally, I'm a good listener. Though most often, I appear as if I am listening and have learned the acceptable cues for showing attentiveness, and have been able to follow along enough to answer when is necessary and zone out on my own thoughts for the rest of the time.

    Question fourteen. Would you use a plastic bag or board to kill yourself or someone else?
    No.

    Question five. Romantic comedies?
    Sometimes funny, but most of the time awful and cringeworthy. I prefer thrillers, particularly psychological thrillers, dark and absurd comedies, and basically anything that is thought-provoking. I also like fantasy, adventure, stupid and absolutely ridiculous comedy, horror, some drama, and classic romance.

    Question six. Physics?
    I LOVE physics - astrophysics, quantum physics, theoretical physics - I love it all.

    Question seven. Farts?
    Feel really good to release lol. It's also fun messing with people that you know well with them, like blaming farts on other people when you know it annoys them, trapping people in farts (don't pretend like you've never done it), and laughing at the variety of musical notes and sound effects that farts give shape too. It's fun making something as natural as farting into something ridiculous.

    Question eight. Do you believe in the importance of exercise and participate daily?
    Believing in the importance of exercise and actually carrying out the belief are two separate things. I do believe in the important of exercise and am naturally athletic, but I have been severely slacking in this area for the past year. While I do hike and go walking relatively frequently, I used to weight lift and play sports everyday. I enjoy being active but the anxiety and depression has stunted me a bit, though I shouldn't use them as an excuse. I need and want to become more active again.

    Question 18.5. Physical examinations? Would you rather have peace or exposed corruption?
    If the physical examinations are done by a significant other, yeah, if you catch what I'm saying. Otherwise, I would rather no one inspect or touch my body. I don't like touching other people in general or them touching me, so this level of physical contact is pretty uncomfortable for me. If I am physically intimate with someone, as in I allow them to touch me, then I must feel comfortable with them. Otherwise, get out of my space.

    Question nineteen. Did you notice any "inconsistencies" in these questions prior to this? Vent here
    Yes. It annoyed me that question 1 had two seemingly unrelated questions. Questions 3 and 4 were the only ones that had a question mark between "question" and the number, why is this? And then a few questions at the end had a number as a marker, instead of the number itself written out. Why did some questions have a single question and others have multiple? Why did some require elaboration, while others seemed associative?

    Question 19.5. What did this test remind you of?
    Nothing really.

    Question 20. What if someone told you, "Stop eating"?
    I would ask them why, and try to figure out their reasoning. I most likely wouldn't listen to them unless their argument was incredibly sound.
    Last edited by Cupcake Angel; 04-20-2017 at 12:09 AM.
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  8. #7

    Hahaha, I was looking over the questions...I'm sure you're finding this very, veery interesting ;)


    Question one. Are you vegan or vegetarian for moral reasons? Is your bedroom messy?

    No, I'm not. I could probably never be either. I'm one of the biggest meat eaters in my family. Even though I hate seeing animals hung up in butchers and any form of animal cruelty. I guess when you're not the one doing the killing or having to literally see the animal before it gets killed it tends to slip the mind. Is my bedroom messy? I like how this is all one question. My bedroom is like a slaughterhouse..but for clothes and other random shit thats just hung and put everywhere. Its so messy. But i can tolerate both mess and clean although for some weird reason I feel a need to have my bed fixed.

    Question two. Describe your ideal partner.

    Ideally, they'd have to peak my interest in some way. I'm usually drawn to the quiet ones at first. I like people who also speak up and are assertive and logical because I admire that for some reason. Usually with the energetic, sociable ones, if they're generally nice and try to help me and joke around then I'm also open to them. But I don't usually like it when the person's too conservative in their way of thinking.

    Question (?) three. Tell me what you like to think about.

    I like to think about MBTI. Analyzing people with it. I like to think about tv shows and characters and the way they think and act. I like to think about and create funny scenarios and play them out in my head.

    Question (?) four. Tell me what you love to do.

    I love to have fun with novelty situations. Other than that I don't have much I love to do. I don't have hobbies because I think of them as being repetitive and that all hobbies are really just one and the same. I'm always just relaxing in my room, bored or not. Sometimes I just walk around the house because I get restless and can't find something stimulating. I do like reading up on things like mbti, psychology and doing things like tarot readings and watching tv shows, cartoons, movies and youtube videos.

    Question five. Are you very ambitious? Do you like to compete? Describe. Or (choose between the first two and this one) Do you have big dreams? Describe them.

    I have dreams. I feel dread at the follow through of competing. I know I have certain ways I'd like to become as a person and ways I'd like my thinking and personality to change. I know I'd like to become good at something and find a passion in something. I would love to have a cool experience which is out-of-this-world. Ghosts, supernatural, time travel, zombies, inventing really abstract stuff, what have you's but nothing in this life comes close.

    Question six. What are your friends like? What do you like to do with them?

    Usually the people I meet, I always end up finding out that they're headcases. They're always quirky in some way or another. I'm usually friends with scattered people but have come across an SJ type that seems relatively okay to speak to. I just like to casually hang around at their place or if were out, eat and maybe go to an arcade or walk around or something.


    Question seven. Do you ever feel as though you wear a mask?

    Yep. I'm inhibited yet uninhibited at the same time. I'm not energetic and crazy like I am when I'm at home. But I do say what I want to say unless there's extenuating circumstances. I do sometimes ignore my sensitivities too at not wanting to turn things bad or a laziness to get into it or i just don't know if that was meant as something to get sensitive at or if it calls as a proper protocol to stand up for myself. Ive always had problems with being unable to just be my natural self.


    Question eight. Are you comfortable with yourself?

    No. I think being comfortable with yourself is being able to make decisions and opinions by yourself as independent thought process. I don't think I do this. I want to be able to get people's advice about things and gather up opinions before I make a decision.

    Question nine. Would you ever consider going to a bdsm/sex house?

    I would love to just go inside. No pun intended. Yes pun intended. But I would love to just see what its like in there and jokingly explore it. I find those places interesting. But I wouldn't go there out of my own initiative. Not to explore either because of safety precautions which usually surround those kind of places.


    Question ten. Do you like to perform? Would you ever consider comedy?

    Nope, I hate performing for people. I would hate to have that sort of responsibility put on me- its strictly just entertainment to watch someone perform and to light up a room that way and to have that role would be a real challenge.

    Question eleven. Do you like answering questions about yourself such as these?

    I like all questions.


    Question twelve. Would you ever yell 'build a wall'? Would you ever say 'woman's rights are human rights'? Do both of these phrases disgust you? Do tell. Questions like these may or may not be used for your typing, depending on your description and explanation.

    No ive never really been too political or advocating of a cause because I just think politics is stupid and chaotic. Phrases like those above don't disgust me, I just think they're opinionated, especially if they're yelling it out. People can be very adamant in their viewpoints whereas Im a bit on the grey side. Things like "Womans rights are human rights" is fine because theyre trying to do something good but still, in our modern day and age I find that its a whole lot less relevant.


    Question thirteen. Are you a good listener? Do you do any of the following? Nod, and smile, say "Aw" and such, don't interrupt? Describe your listening style.

    I try to listen, but Im just easily distracted and unfocused. So no i wouldn't say i am actually. I don't do any of the above except maybe smile. I'll usually try and respond back unless i agree or i cant find a response, in which case they can expect a lot of "rights" and "yeahs"

    Question fourteen. Would you use a plastic bag or board to kill yourself or someone else?

    No I wouldn't, I'd still go for the most pain free experience for that kind of scenario.

    Question five. Romantic comedies?


    Hate them. So boring and not funny at all. "Lets tell a story of something which happens everyday around the world and celebrate it by paying money to see it on the screen even though babies are being reproduced every minute because of it"- yeah that makes sense.

    Question six. Physics?

    I would love to learn physics, I just don't have the initiative, focus or science-y brain to do it.

    Question seven. Farts?

    Funniness really depends on the circumstance.

    Question eight. Do you believe in the importance of exercise and participate daily?

    No. I believe that their should be some activity in your day and if you are suffering from being unhealthy then, yeah, its a consideration but otherwise, society is just promoting an image and focusing on present reality. They don't realize that when they're 65 and got nerve damage to their eye and their teeth are falling out it really wasn't for their health.

    Question 18.5. Physical examinations? Would you rather have peace or exposed corruption?

    I hate waiting in line for those things. That in itself is exposed corruption in a sense. With corruption, some people have no other side to see which would counteract corrupting people and systems and it can be reasonable. But it doesn't help everyone, whereas peace would benefit everyone- even groups as far as government in terms of the opportunities that get handed out to people. Its hard though because its kind of like peace vs free will which I would probably prefer free will. Like if someone is going around saying "don't swear, you're ruining and corrupting the peace" then I would say thats bullshit and would go for exposed corruption.

    Question nineteen. Did you notice any "inconsistencies" in these questions prior to this? Vent here


    You made a question 18.5? Is that a inconsistency? Its also written in numeric unlike the rest. Physical examinations has nothing to do with peace or corruption? Not sure, I wasn't really looking to be honest.


    Question 19.5. What did this test remind you of?

    It reminded me of how narcissistic I must be to care about myself so much to answer all these

    Question 20. What if someone told you, "Stop eating"?

    Why're they asking me to stop eating? If its just because they heard something and want people to stop making noise because they think some intruders come in the house then that would make sense. I already hate when I'm being served food and the person's being precious with the portions. It would annoy me that they're trying to boss me around.
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  9. #8
    INTP

    @brightflashes
    Question 19.5. What did this test remind you of? There were these chain-mail email surveys that used to go around in the late 90s online. It reminded me of those.
    Haha cool I love the nineties!

    I know you're an infp but your answers sound infj ish to me, maybe intp. Maybe you have become more j because you felt the need to provide structure as a parent.
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  10. #9
    INTP

    @imaginamry
    Question seven. Farts?
    I was reading the other day how Old English Sheepdog farts are supposed to be pretty bad (I have an Old English Sheepdog). haha
    I did not know that. That's hilarious!

    You are definitely an infj. Y'all are so cool.

  11. #10
    INTP

    @RoboticForest

    Whoa! Holy shit you are certainly an intp. Twin with me.


     
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