This was supposed to be out yesterday, but I got tired & lazy.
That's my excuse every time, but whatever.
I adore my new Dallas neighborhood.
Last night, we walked to the bars.
Unfortunately, the bars as a post-grad are even worse than they were in college.
I've never been a going-out person; give me a house party any day.
But last night was a rude awakening.
School's started up again, so the place was crawling with SMU children.
I couldn't focus on anything because the conversations going on around me
were borderline retarded and fully-fledged offensive.
Anytime you quote DMB in a list of goals, you're doing something wrong.
Also, I always regret the amount of clothing I wear when going out.
Like, apparently fully-dressed is not the way to go.
with all of my job-hunting & questioning-my-life-decisions recently,
I was inspired to do one of those Myers-Briggs tests.
Now, I don't know how reliable it is because it was free,
so I probably shouldn't base any big decisions on this.
Can't make any promises.
I am an INTJ--introverted, intuitive, thinking, judging.
Clearly, my hatred of going out + my disdain for people in general
speak of an introverted nature.
I have no argument for that one.
I focus on the future, probably way too much--intuitive.
My belief that emotions are weakness demonstrates both thinking & heartlessness.
I'm cool with that.
Which is probably why I give this reaction a lot:
Love you, Daniel Desario.
I like to at least have some semblance of a plan for everything.
I have to-do lists on my to-do lists.
Apparently, we're super rare, comprising only 1-4% of the population.
That's probably a good thing
since apparently we're FREAKING INSANE.
Take those four traits individually and all is well & good.
Combine them and you've got a serial killer.
Analytical, anti-social, hatred of authority--psychotic.
Examples of INTJs:
The Brain (of Pinky and the...)
V (for Vendetta)
Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber)
Sure, there's some good examples of INTJs.
But I feel like the psychos outweigh any of those good examples.
Moral of the story: let's not be surprised if I go crazy some day. It's meant to be.
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