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WHAT'S UP EVERYONE ON THIS SUBFORUM. I would like to introduce myself. I am Temizzle.

So as of late, it has come to my attention that according to armchair self-proclaimed internet stranger typologists I am a certified ESFJ!! Congratulations to you all as you have just earned yourself a killer member on your team!!

Let me begin by talking a little bit about myself so that you can be certain of my ESFJness.

First thing's first. I hate it when people pity themselves and act helpless to their life circumstances. I can't count the number of times somebody has come to me crying, broken, shattered, and I don't do so much as bat an eye remaining stone cold and offering no support or pity. What is my go to? In the dryest tone imaginable, I will point out how they came to the fucked up situation they are at, and what they need to do to change it. The advice usually involves them sucking up their self pity and growing a pair of fat fucking balls.

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I loathe tradition, I hate social niceties. I will not dance for the sake of dancing. I will not sing for the sake of singing. If a group of people is smiling dancing having a great time and need me to oblige and partake in order to preserve the social atmosphere I will stubbornly refuse and sit there stone cold and non-participating no matter what, even if that means ruining it for everyone else there.

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I love to argue with people for the sake of arguing. I love challenging people for the thrill of the challenge and besting them. I was the kid that would challenge my peers to fights for the sake of it, for races for the sake of it, to chess matches for the sake of it. I am that obnoxious know-it-all in class that enjoys raising their hand and providing really snooty answers that demonstrate to the professor that the class is way too easy for me.

If you have any further questions my fellow ESFJ's, I would love to continue this discussion.

Stay schwifty
 

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Haha. There are worse things I guess than being accused of being an ESFJ... probably not many things I grant you, but anyway. You said you wanted to continue the discussion, so what happened that made some keyboard warrior decide this?
 

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Haha. There are worse things I guess than being accused of being an ESFJ... probably not many things I grant you, but anyway. You said you wanted to continue the discussion, so what happened that made some keyboard warrior decide this?
Not that it's a bad thing, just severely misfitting of me. That's all there is to the story :)
 

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Every time I blow my nose I take a good look at the tissue before I throw it away.

I leave all of my clean clothes in a laundry basket in front of my dresser and pick clothes out of it each day rather than fold them and put them away. I also leave clean clothes in the dryer until someone else needs to use it. I just hate laundry so much. It's my one true weakness.

I bite my nails. Sometimes I bite them while making direct eye contact with people while we're talking. No one has called me out on it yet.

I don't like meat on my sandwiches with the exception of bacon, but only if the bacon is crispy. Also, I am an extremely picky eater in general.

When I see someone struggling but trying their best, I don't have the heart to correct them when they make a mistake, even if it directly affects me.
 

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but only if the bacon is crispy
While eating out, if it isn't nearly burnt, I'll send it back to the kitchen and have the cook redo it. Every. Single. Time.
Fortunately for me, most everyone at my favorite pub already knows this.
 

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While eating out, if it isn't nearly burnt, I'll send it back to the kitchen and have the cook redo it. Every. Single. Time.
Fortunately for me, most everyone at my favorite pub already knows this.
Seriously! This is exactly why I don't get bacon at like, Subway anymore. It's cold, too chewy, and they don't really have a way to cook it... that little toaster isn't gonna cut it. Out of every opinion I have, I become adamant about the most specific ones, I swear. Crispy bacon or bust!
 

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Seriously! This is exactly why I don't get bacon at like, Subway anymore. It's cold, too chewy, and they don't really have a way to cook it... that little toaster isn't gonna cut it. Out of every opinion I have, I become adamant about the most specific ones, I swear. Crispy bacon or bust!
Haha but accurate. I am so particular about certain things, but other things I'm like... "meh". My first office in my previous department was in an older building, but I kept it extremely neat and orderly. My second office in my previous department was in a literally brand-new building, and it was spot-free. I switched departments last summer and am back to another older building. It's not a pigsty, but I'm like ... "eh". Right now, there's a blanket and a pair of slipper socks on the carpet and I'm like yeah, whatever, no one else walks in that part of my office anyway.

On the other hand, my hair (although very short) MUST be in-place or else, the items in my wallet have to be in there a certain way, my pocketbook contents have to be in there a certain way, my car has to have a phone charger and a certain kind of mints in the center console at all times, you get the idea. It's very regimented, but I'm rarely the "hot mess express" that seems to be the norm lately among people.

...and I totally agree with you on bacon, BTW. :)
 

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Haha but accurate. I am so particular about certain things, but other things I'm like... "meh". My first office in my previous department was in an older building, but I kept it extremely neat and orderly. My second office in my previous department was in a literally brand-new building, and it was spot-free. I switched departments last summer and am back to another older building. It's not a pigsty, but I'm like ... "eh". Right now, there's a blanket and a pair of slipper socks on the carpet and I'm like yeah, whatever, no one else walks in that part of my office anyway.

On the other hand, my hair (although very short) MUST be in-place or else, the items in my wallet have to be in there a certain way, my pocketbook contents have to be in there a certain way, my car has to have a phone charger and a certain kind of mints in the center console at all times, you get the idea. It's very regimented, but I'm rarely the "hot mess express" that seems to be the norm lately among people.

...and I totally agree with you on bacon, BTW. :)
Hahaha! Very relatable! My room is very neat, clean, and organized but don't look in my car... I've given up on it. :p
 

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When I was much, much younger, my car was a horrible mess. I started actually tending to it (the one I had at the time) about the time I turned 30. I'm not one of those "vacuum it out and wash it daily" sort of people; I vacuum it out maybe twice a year, clean out the trash inside of it about once a week, and wash it when it gets really dirty or salt/grime from winter. I keep all of my maintenance records in the glovebox in a Ziploc, although they're in no particular order, they're all in there.

My home is a reflection of my office. It's extremely lived-in, but not gross. I admire the look of minimalism, but realistically prefer the comfort of many pillows and throws, etc... and don't really care if they "match" or not - if I like it I'll probably buy it if I think it'll last more than a season and looks like it will be comfortable or serve another useful purpose.
 

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Crispy bacon or bust!
Wait wait wait... You mean there are people out there eating bacon that ISN'T crispy?! Who are these crazy people.

Oppositely though, while I don't eat red meat often, when I do have a steak, I do prefer to have it rare. I used to be one of the "I like it incinerated" crowd, but I eventually saw (and tasted) the light.
 

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When I was much, much younger, my car was a horrible mess. I started actually tending to it (the one I had at the time) about the time I turned 30. I'm not one of those "vacuum it out and wash it daily" sort of people; I vacuum it out maybe twice a year, clean out the trash inside of it about once a week, and wash it when it gets really dirty or salt/grime from winter.
I haven't washed my Prius in over 4 weeks. Starting to get heart palpitations every time I see it in the light.

I keep all of my maintenance records in the glovebox in a Ziploc, although they're in no particular order, they're all in there.
I have a folder in our home study with both our current cars various documents and maintenance receipts etc. Also have various items I've kept from every previous car we've owned between us. The service history book is kept in the glovebox alongside the manual however (as it should be!).
 

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A friend of mine recommended a book they were reading to me called "Information Theory and Statistics." .........

......My mind immediately checked out. Never going to happen
 

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A friend of mine recommended a book they were reading to me called "Information Theory and Statistics." .........

......My mind immediately checked out. Never going to happen
why in god's name would anyone read something like that for any reason other than "necessary for college course" omg
 

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Sometimes I'll take the twistier back roads route when driving home from work and put on the Initial D sound track.
 
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