No, you're not being mean.
I really do not have the focus to read every single response that has been posted, so forgive me if I repeat something.
Also a sophomore, I can certainly relate to your experience. Discipline is not something that comes easily to me. To be quite honest, I'm usually...
-I love people watching, and I think that I do it to such an extent and in such a way at this point that I would consider it a hobby.
-Talking to myself.
-Teaching myself to play the piano.
-Playing the violin.
True Grit. Not the original, but the one that is now in theaters. I actually really enjoyed it, although I'm some what regretting not reading the book first, because I will want to read it eventually and prefer to read books before I watch the movie renditions.
Ok, I understand where you are coming from. It's just that this was perhaps not the best way to go about it? I did not mean to offend you, I apologize.
In all honesty, (as shameful as it is to admit it) I'm a total Facebook addict.
"Katasha Pearl Nail Dasilva"
Lobstrich, there are plenty of ways that you can see what your fellow forum members are "like in real life". There's the youtube thread, the photo thread if you want to see pictures. It seems kinda shady if you just ask for people's facebook information, though.
As for the whole cake...
Well, from what I know of myself and the few other INTPs that I've met, we seem to have quite a bit of creative energy. We observe the world around us and try to make sense of it. All of those observations then have to go somewhere (be channeled), so as not to overwhelm us. It seems that we...