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This is a discussion on The (stream of conscious?) venting thread for INTJ. within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Danny My mother grew after she had graduated college at 22. I grew 3 1/2 inches at ...

  1. #1021
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    My mother grew after she had graduated college at 22. I grew 3 1/2 inches at nearly 19! In one year!
    I went from 5' at 12 to 6'2" when I was 13. Not a milimeter since.
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  2. #1022
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Fritz View Post
    I went from 5' at 12 to 6'2" when I was 13. Not a milimeter since.
    Wow. I want to watch you like I do sometimes with the long minute hand of my watch (the next time you move hand, I will see you ) I was 174 cm at 13, 171 cm last year and 170 now.

  3. #1023
    INTJ - The Scientists

    I'd ♥ to post our PMs in your poetry thread as free verse, Danny. It's illustrated.

    I'd inquire in the poetry thread itself but I'm against derailing threads. Completely.
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  4. #1024

    Quote Originally Posted by sesiotrot View Post
    Ahaha!


    Yes. I hate it. It means birthday and my father thought it was witty to name me Natalie because I was born on my birthday, and my mother conceived me on my birthday.

    ...
    I think it's funny that my atheist/agnostic parents called me names that mean; God's oath, God's gift and saint. I don't think they actually looked up the meanings.
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  5. #1025
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Sfgdsf I've worked on this essay for almost 7 hours, I'm going to go get stoned.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheMorrigan View Post
    I think it's funny that my atheist/agnostic parents called me names that mean; God's oath, God's gift and saint. I don't think they actually looked up the meanings.
    Ahaha! My last name means one who makes ropes, you beat me.

    It's odd this post from a fortnight ago still holds true. They're INTJs.
    Quote Originally Posted by sesiotrot View Post
    Oh oh oh I'm comparing the most interesting users to animals, because animals are qt and I just read a zoology textbook. Theyíre only impressions since Iíve seen the users frequently, but am still a noooob.

    Person A: Honey Badgers are small, cuddly-looking creatures that resemble ferrets or weasels. Even their canine teeth are noticeably underdeveloped for a primarily carnivorous species. They'll also EAT YOUR MOTHERíS FACE AND MAKE YOU WATCH. Honey badgers are primarily carnivores and despite their dangerous habitats in Africa, India and somewhereIcan'trecall they have few predators. They're intelligent, (using tools to catch prey) solitary creatures who have badass war cries (KYAAA-YA YA YA YAAAA) and are noted as one of if not the most fearless animals globally. If you hadnít known a quick search affirms their notoriety. Despite their small size they attack lions, leopards, cattle, wildebeest, pythons and humans readily and semi regularly with unparalleled endurance. They willingly eat any type of animal, even taking down and consuming large cobras. They consume the entire animal including bone, fur etc. The intelligent, introverted and deceptively harmless honey badger reminds me of you. ♥ I don't know if you're aggressive, only that in a hostile and Kafkaesque environment like the honey badger lives in, if approached by a threat you wouldnít turn tail and run like gazelles or feign death like a wasp in thanatosis. Youíd react as the honey badger often does when outsized and aim for the scrotum, figuratively castrating them as the honey badger would physically. (Numerous reports exist of the aforementioned habit.)

    Person B: You live in your own special world and itís awesome. ♥ It's not that youíre overtly quirky or strange, but you donít resemble the people around you, as though you were born in the wrong time or place.
    I suck at marine biology but have a vague idea of the 9 or 10 oceanic zones. The euphotic zone reaches about 600 feet and is the zone weíre comfortable with, harbouring familiar plants and sea creatures like jellyfish and dolphins. The mesopelagic layer is around 3000 feet down and little light penetrates far into the zone. As photosynthesis canít react there, the plants look starkly different to those in the euphotic zone, but animals survive at that level, like swordfish. After the mesopelagic zone the abyssopelagic/abyssal zone is 19,500 feet down. Itís sometimes termed the midnight zone or abyss as sunlight canít reach it, and itís completely dark beside Iím guessing, the glow of bioluminescent fish. Without sunlight the temperature is around 2 degrees Celsius or 35 degrees Fahrenheit. Some organisms have adapted and evolved terrifyingly down there, like the anglerfish. The zones become increasingly lesser understood further down for various reasons, obviously like our bodies being unequipped for the huge weight and pressure of the ocean above. The aphotic zone encompasses all zones that receive little or no sunlight, including the abyssopelagic zone and below, such as the bathyal and hadalpelagic zone. Some creatures living in the aphotic canít survive above it, consequently furthering the difficulty of research when they die brought to the surface. In that zone, nearing the ocean floor matters become more unusual. I think you belong there, a place unknown and alien. Maybe a viperfish. "Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes also into you."

    Person C: You're a naturally sweet and nice person, and others obviously enjoy your company. You may have had unfavourable past experiences because youíre often on guard and carefulness is conveyed through your text. Defensive isnít really the right word, but anyway. At core you're genuinely well-intentioned and moral. Your sometimes stoic, neutral but nonaggressive demeanour could be a natural trait or similar to a coping/defense mechanism or Batesian mimicry, an antipredator adaptation where a harmless species has evolved to resemble a harmful one. But the mimic is mostly outward as the harmless species remains Ďharmlessí within this context. Butterflies are often used as examples and from what I know of you, they suit perfectly. ♥

    Person D: I'm pretty sure you have inverted nipples. I donít know of species who characteristically have inverted nipples, so I label you under your own species, inverted nipple man.

    ^ It was too boring to read through, sorry about typos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colombina View Post
    So some dude had the stones to sit down next to me and demand I start a conversation, as he was weary of always having to be the one to break the silence. (Imagine that.) I was, evidently, the fourteenth such solitary female whose space he decided to occupy, and the most successful conversation, to our mutual surprise.

    On an entirely unrelated note, I've grown half an inch... at 21. wtf.
    I think the "magic age" that we stop growing is 25. The brain is doing a hell of a lot of growing even when the body slows. I grew nearly a foot at age 15-16. I was always the shortest in class then I started to tower over my ex classmates....it was good.
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  7. #1027
    INTJ - The Scientists


    I HATE HOW STUPID EVERYONE IS. RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRHHHHHHH!!!!!
    Bob should have $50, god damn it.
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  8. #1028
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by sesiotrot View Post
    Ahaha! My last name means one who makes ropes, you beat me.
    When you visit Hamburg - go see Reeperbahn - should be the place for someone who makes ropes!

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterJordan View Post
    I HATE HOW STUPID EVERYONE IS. RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRHHHHHHH!!!!!
    Bob should have $50, god damn it.
    Wrong thread but I agree with you.
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  9. #1029
    INTJ - The Scientists


    Quote Originally Posted by lib View Post
    When you visit Hamburg - go see Reeperbahn - should be the place for someone who makes ropes!


    Wrong thread but I agree with you.
    I just have so much rage, spawned by one little thread...
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  10. #1030
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterJordan View Post
    I just have so much rage, spawned by one little thread...
    I only read the first two pages and left, lol.
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