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This is a discussion on The PerC community and all of its glory! within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by portionsforfoxes I haven't really talked to anyone on PerC a whole lot. I sort of wish that ...

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    INTJ - The Scientists


    Quote Originally Posted by portionsforfoxes View Post
    I haven't really talked to anyone on PerC a whole lot. I sort of wish that would change.
    Maybe we could set up some sort of windows messenger/skype/whatever thing so people can get a better idea about what the types are like.
    Well, maybe we can convince some Extraverts to do that, because I know I'd feel awkward talking to a random....

  2. #22
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterJordan View Post
    Maybe we could set up some sort of windows messenger/skype/whatever thing so people can get a better idea about what the types are like.
    Well, maybe we can convince some Extraverts to do that, because I know I'd feel awkward talking to a random....
    That would be really awesome if there were a way to have quite a few people on at once or something. One on one would be pretty awkward, though. It's awkward to even do with people I know off of internetland.

    It would be interesting to see most of the introverts looking at some random fixed point on the screen though.

  3. #23
    INTJ - The Scientists


    Quote Originally Posted by portionsforfoxes View Post
    That would be really awesome if there were a way to have quite a few people on at once or something. One on one would be pretty awkward, though. It's awkward to even do with people I know off of internetland.

    It would be interesting to see most of the introverts looking at some random fixed point on the screen though.
    What if we got a collective of peoples off the internets (4 or 5) in a group conversation [which is entirely possible on MSN, I believe]?

    So, get some cool people off this and do it, so it's not like a one-on-one (which would be ultra-creepy).

    Get some Introverts, of course. I doubt anyone should have to put up with being in a conversation -- real or virtual -- with potentially 4 Extraverts...

    [EDIT]
    Introverts, PM me your MSN accounts so we can have this little experiment [and also so I can spam you for "Enlarge Your Penis" emails]

    [EDIT 2]
    I seem to have sufficiently creeped everyone out.
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  4. #24
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterJordan View Post
    See, if it were on any other part of the internet, those few sentences would be incredibly creepy.
    lmao
    Oh my God, yeah! Especially "Prepare to feel loved"^^!

  5. #25
    INTJ - The Scientists


    Quote Originally Posted by lynnemeerkat View Post
    lmao
    Oh my God, yeah! Especially "Prepare to feel loved"^^!
    Not that creepy, as I always thought "Prepare to feel loved" as some sort of catch-phrase for NFs.
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  6. #26
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterJordan View Post
    Not that creepy, as I always thought "Prepare to feel loved" as some sort of catch-phrase for NFs.
    Well yeah, but to me it sounded as if I was about to molest someone for a moment-What does that say about me? :/
    But if it had said "guy" instead of "girl", it might have sounded a bit like that. Okay, that sounds offensive. But I meant "guy" as in "old guy"- Still slightly offensive. Oh well...
    And the part with on the other side of the planet would have to go. Okay, I'm kind of destroying my own argumentation.

    By the way: I haven't got an MSN account. (But spamming me with "Enlarge Your Penis" emails would be sort of pointless...)
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    INTJ - The Scientists


    Quote Originally Posted by lynnemeerkat View Post
    Well yeah, but to me it sounded as if I was about to molest someone for a moment-What does that say about me? :/
    But if it had said "guy" instead of "girl", it might have sounded a bit like that. Okay, that sounds offensive. But I meant "guy" as in "old guy"- Still slightly offensive. Oh well...
    And the part with on the other side of the planet would have to go. Okay, I'm kind of destroying my own argumentation.

    By the way: I haven't got an MSN account. (But spamming me with "Enlarge Your Penis" emails would be sort of pointless...)
    It's just a email address, and you just download msn.

    But yes, it's significantly less creepy because you're female (sexism for the benefit of women).

    I think there's a certain leniency given to NFs on this forum in terms of creepiness.

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    I get the old guy thing. Sometimes I like what certain members, especially INFPs, have to say but I agonize over adding someone (I think most or all of my 5 have added me, I could be wrong) who is a lot younger than me.
    OK let's try something. One the count of three all INFPs add all other INFPs as a friend.
    Ready?
    One.
    Two.
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  9. #29
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterJordan View Post
    Maybe we could set up some sort of windows messenger/skype/whatever thing so people can get a better idea about what the types are like.
    I would like that. For starters text-based. Later as people feel comfortable, they can set up their own video deal if they want.
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  10. #30
    INFP - The Idealists

    I can't believe you made this thread, but I'm incredibly grateful you did. I suppose it is a lack of initiative on my part. I fairly frequently browse other profiles, to see what I can garner about the person, but I rarely comment, unless I feel compelled, for two reasons: one, the possibility of them wondering 'who is this random person and why is he talking to me/adding me as a friend?' and two, because every comment I post on peoples' visitor message pages inadvertently comes out as a huge wall of text and looks positively scary compared to most of the stuff I see on there. That said, I have had a few interesting and enjoyable conversations. I tend not to start threads because I don't really have that many things to discuss offhand. Most of my thoughts are stimulated by coming into contact with other topics, so I am really grateful for those who do make them.

    I suppose the upshot to passivity is receptivity. Pretty much anything goes unless I make a point of saying otherwise. Age, gender, whatever stigmas, nationalities, and so on, I couldn't give a crap about any of it. It's meaningless to me. So, uh, if anyone ever wants to talk to me, and you feel you can withstand my lengthiness then please by all means add or talk away! I could only be grateful.

    (Also for the purposes of the experiment, my MSN is thataway <--- on my profile. I've had it since I was 12, so go figure. Send whatever spam you want, it will only be submerged in the sea of the other few thousand emails I haven't gotten round to deleting yet.)
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