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    1. rawr
      rawr
      sorry for the question overload lol
    2. rawr
      rawr
      i have an idea if you don't mind/want to hear it...if so, send me a PM. If not, ignore this msg :D
    3. rawr
      rawr
      question - did the laptop come with Win7 installed?
    4. rawr
      rawr
      and i'm not sure we'd want all the answers. Life's about the journey, or so they say.
    5. rawr
      rawr
      what's first? :)
    6. rawr
      rawr
      yes, you are. Enjoy your stay!
    7. rawr
      rawr
      Hi, hope you enjoy the forums!

      :welcome:
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    Occupation:
    Smile. Where ever I end up, whatever I'm doing, w
    Biography:
    I've never met another INFJ before. Ever since I was little, I always felt different and disconnected. I disassociate a lot from the world, as if I'm watching it but not really living it. Like reading a book, I always seemed to know what people (the other 'characters') were thinking, what they were going to do, and how they felt. I could analyze the past and figure out why people did the things they did and sometimes, if I thought hard about connections and possibilities, I could make an almost accurate guess on where they would end up or what they would do later on. My drive and loyalty for the people I truly care about frightened me. That self-sacrificing part. No one else seemed to get it. I distanced myself from reality - except when I was around those people I cared about. They were like strings keeping me from floating away - still are. But then I found out all this INFJ stuff and it's true what they say - I do cling to the label like a life jacket. I can understand people the moment I meet them but I am unable to explain or understand myself. Finding out about INFJs helped and is helping me to do that. I find myself having moments where I feel 'normal' - that is a beautiful and precious feeling.

    Before I learned all of this, however, I went through some difficult paths in life. I've learned so much from it all but people never knew how to handle me or how to follow my line of thinking. I worried that I would always end up alone and misunderstood. I don't think that way anymore because it turns out that there are a lot of people who follow the same trail I do. Different personalities but generally, the same thought pattern. That's also a beautiful feeling. :]
    What would be your epitaph?:
    I wonder if she ever found out what it was she was searching for in the first place.
    MBTI:
    INFJ
    I'm horrified of squirrels, geese, ET (the movie), and a whole lot of other random things that people probably shouldn't be afraid of...hee~ :] I enjoy 'The Lord of the Rings' far too much along with chocolate and macaroni and cheese (both typically eaten right after the other, truthfully). Give me books and a pleasant person and I'll be happy.

    Writing, reading, painting, drawing, video gaming (woot for the pc!), and all sorts of random things. Honestly, I try to find little things to enjoy in everything so that I, well, enjoy myself. :]
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