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  1. Dancingqueen
    Yesterday 05:55 PM
    They symmetry should make it so.
  2. Dancingqueen
    Yesterday 05:44 PM
    There's a certain delicacy, can't explain it though. You are beautiful!
  3. Dancingqueen
    Yesterday 05:37 PM
    I don't know, I wish I could be clear but there's something biologically female at a subconscious level. Are you transitioning?
  4. Dancingqueen
    Yesterday 05:23 PM
    Thought you were female from the picture, my mistake.
  5. Dancingqueen
    Yesterday 05:18 PM
    Sorry, doh! My mistake.
  6. Dancingqueen
    Yesterday 01:52 PM
    Dancingqueen commented on Member Pictures: Volume 22
    Ha, always thought you were male...dunno why.
  7. Fujimoto
    Yesterday 01:23 PM
    Fujimoto commented on Member Pictures: Volume 22
  8. teraczy
    07-22-2014 03:32 PM
    glad my name is doing its job.
  9. oberonblue
    07-20-2014 11:55 AM
    I'm just repeating the findings of one test that said I was an emotionally unstable INTP. :D
  10. Ghoster
    Thank you for explaining.
  11. Peebles
    07-19-2014 01:22 PM

    as I am learning more about this now I feel more comfortable than before identifying as INTJ, as before that was just the most common result from personality tests
  12. Seablue
    07-17-2014 08:11 AM
    Seablue commented on How to Date
    I wonder if the canari and the cuckoo are related.
  13. cybernet
    07-17-2014 07:25 AM
    This is one of the articles

    I wonder how a 3 year old could know they were the wrong sex. While all drugs have side effects. I would wonder if taking the drugs, while delaying puberty would not compound the situation as they would not be developing like the other school kids. I know when I was a kid, if a girl was flat chested she got picked on just like the girl that was over endowed. However it would reduce the risks from surgery and the scarring.

    I guess it comes down to how you determine if its real or maybe a side effect from the parent's. While I can see someone that has gone through it, would understand what they maybe going though and work out if its real or not, just not so sure others could work it out.
  14. CheCosa
    07-17-2014 12:21 AM
    To me it looks more smartassish.

    And smartass looks smartassish as well.
  15. CheCosa
    07-17-2014 12:01 AM
  16. kkl10
    07-16-2014 10:05 AM
    Crap! You're right about the missing verb in The Wicker Man review. Can't believe I missed that, thanks.

    I have taken English lessons since I was in primary school all the way through the end of secondary. So it's almost as natural for me as Portuguese to write and read. I can speak but have horrible pronunciation because I rarely practice speech. But what helped me keep my English in good shape were mostly the books and other English literature I've read outside of school. I remember the first time I read Samuel Beckett; it was a bit of a shock. He had very advanced mastery of English and I felt unprepared for it, but I endured to read most of his dramatic and fictional works, and it was highly rewarding. I think this is one of the best ways to really improve our grasp of a new language--to read and learn fine literature from excellent writers.

    Regarding movies. Honestly, I don't know what to recommend as I don't know your tastes very well, also not sure if you want to see movies just for casual entertainment or to help you in your grasp of English... If it's the latter case, I would recommend that you read a book instead; preferably, a book about something that interests you. I'm not much of a fan of current Hollywood blockbusters, so I simply neglect to pay much attention to what's out nowadays. But you seem to be OK with this style so you should find some interesting one's pretty easily. I haven't seen X-men but it shouldn't be too bad, at least not as dumb as Pacific Rim or Prometheus, I saw both of these and thought they were an insult to inteligence... they're good visual entertainment though... there's many stuff, but I can't comment without seeing...
  17. Teybo
    07-14-2014 11:35 AM
    Probably not, no, which is even more reason for me not to waste my time regurgitating it to him.
  18. Base groove
    07-10-2014 02:44 PM
    Base groove
    I actually have a file on my desktop named "Doob" which is 3/4 complete and I have spent over an hour working on... that is also probably twelve weeks old or more.
  19. Bisclavret
    07-10-2014 02:17 PM
    Hello Doob. No, I am afraid I haven't. It seems worthy of a good read. I'll add to my ever increasing to-do list, thanks.
  20. Moxiie
    07-10-2014 02:04 PM
    Moxiie commented on The separation of INTJ from other NTs
    lol. I see what you did there.

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