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    1. Waitdontwait
      Waitdontwait
      Oh. Here, have a hug back. It's my last one.
    2. Radiantshadow
      Radiantshadow
      Hahaha, I know it wasn't from that, unless everyone turned into digital anime figures when I wasn't looking? That would be quite a feat.

      Well enough, for a teenager staying up late to draw insects.
    3. Radiantshadow
      Radiantshadow
      Hello there, how do you do?
      (Your avatar always brings the Resident Evil movies to my mind.)
    4. Arsal
    5. Arsal
    6. Arsal
    7. Arsal
      Arsal
      Yeah, I'm just being anal, lol.
    8. Arsal
      Arsal
      Yes, but practically you can't be both ILE and INFJ. They're contradictory in many aspects. The functions aren't the same, but there is certain overlap of definitions. So for example, if you prefer Ni-Fe, it is very unlikely that in Socionics your base and creative are Ni and Fe (just as an example) because Socionics Ni blatantly contradicts MBTI Ni-Fe.
    9. Arsal
      Arsal
      ILE INFJ is an oxymoron. You can't be both.
    10. splott
      splott
      uh no, my name is not Jen/n
    11. arbygil
      arbygil
      :D Thank you!
    12. VH
      VH
      Indeed. My Ti likes to have my Ni confirmed.
    13. Reon
      Reon
      Ah, I see! And ...heh...Jezebel? I have to commend her, she keeps that forum going. Anyways, I suppose I was browsing that forum a few weeks ago and saw your avatar then when you joined the INFJ forum, I recognized it. Conundrum solved!
    14. Reon
      Reon
      Random question: I recognized your avatar when I saw your introduction post but I couldn't place it until now: Are you a member of the INTJ forum?
    15. VH
      VH
      Heh, it's a blessing if you're an INFJ. We're not well suited to being regular at boring menial tasks. It really helps our quality of life to not have to do them. I hit the gym several times a week, but I'm not at all hardcore about it, and it really takes a focused effort on my part to remember to go.
    16. VH
      VH
      Yes, females do not have the upper body strength that men have, nor the oxygen efficiency inherently. It's just how we are wired. However, if I'm not mistaken, the world record for lift vs. bodyweight ratio is held by a woman, even though it's not a world record weight unto itself. I think she was like 175 lbs of nothing but muscle, and lifted 400+ pounds. So again, we're back to potential not being equal to capacity, simply an advantage.
    17. VH
      VH
      From what I understand, the average adult male can bench about half his bodyweight if he's a complete couch potato. An adult male who works out regularly should be able to bench his own bodyweight rather easily. 150% of bodyweight is considered 'ideal', and 200% of bodyweight is in the upper end of human potential. My friend who can bench 750 is a complete beast of a man who weighs close to 350 pounds.
    18. Reon
      Reon
      Oh? If I may inquire, are you doing the whole "I'm bored over summer so I'm widening my interest" thing or are you doing something in real life that requires your time? And, haha, same. Inventing ideas doesn't seem to be a trait that many peepz care about unless you market yourself right~
    19. Reon
      Reon
      Inventors are awesome. We should be inventing something awesome...but I have nothing :p. Nenyways, how're you? Enjoying the forum? Based on your forum count, you're kicking ass at the being active thing :p
    20. Animekitty
      Animekitty
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    Occupation:
    live forever, learn everything, and solve all the
    Biography:
    Perhaps the most disconcerting thing about this young woman is her disconnected affect. Her default expression varies between squinting and scowling past her sharp nose, and though her downturned eyes and thin lips display emotion in a textbook manner when engaged, she always returns to neutral just a little too quickly.
    She moves constantly with a sort of simian grace, whether swaying to some inaudible beat or simply tapping her fingers against the nearest surface. Oddly, whenever she makes a conscious movement, this fluidity evaporates and she may even be clumsy.
    Her body bears the shape of someone for whom proper exercise, nutrition, and grooming are just a few notches too low on the priority list; her veins and bones give a gentle relief to her skin, and though her curly, wheat-coloured hair is clean, it could use some conditioner and a good brushing, if not a few hours at the salon.
    In descending order, which 6 things could you never do without?:
    (not counting biological necessities)
    Hugs
    Science
    Tech
    People
    Games
    Kisses
    What would be your epitaph?:
    "Where the hell did she go? We're guessing she's dead, but... if anyone sees her, please call 1-888-555-5555"
    MBTI:
    INfj
    Enneagram:
    5w6 so/sp
    not right now

    psych & compsci - everything from AI to UI. Interfacing is a big thing for me right now.