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  1. I hesitate to say that I'm better at it in writing, but it is at the very least a great deal easier for me that way, as it gives me more time to think. Sometimes I have a hard time if it's like I'm being put on the spot; my anxiety does not help with this. However, with the right person and in the right circumstances, I can say how I'm feeling pretty well, and have no reservations in doing so. A lot of why I am also reserved about that in general is that, in most cases, I simply don't feel that it is necessary or even beneficial to do so, so I just keep it to myself. It can vary, depending on how involved I am with someone (how often I'm around them, how interested they are in what I have to say, level of trust, etc), but my reservation is considerably more prevalent with people who have displayed negative tendencies in how they react to certain topics and ideas, basically showcasing a low level of openness to experience (as measured in the five factor model). I'm not wasting my time dealing with that.
  2. Honestly, I have no idea. I don't have much experience with dating to begin with. Maybe simply finding me would be the hardest part, as I don't have much of a social life at all; I have few friends (more like only one actual friend, and the rest are just decent acquaintances), and there is little to do around here that interests me, at least that I am aware of. It also doesn't help that a lot of things are just plain boring to me if I have to do them by myself (like going out to eat, watching a movie, whatever), but are actually enjoyable if I'm with someone.
  3. E3

    I thought Microsoft's showing was pretty underwhelming. The only Xbox/Windows exclusive that interested me at all was Ori, and there wasn't even any gameplay (though the trailer was very nice, would recommend watching, as I thought it was beautiful and having the composer there playing the piano live for it was a nice touch). All that power in the One X doesn't really mean anything if there's no compelling reason to own one over a PC, and with its price being $499, it only takes a bit more to have a better PC with way more functionality. Other than Ori, so far the other ones that were interesting to me include: Anthem The Evil Within 2 Wolfenstein 2 Pretty sparse, but Sony is yet to come.
  4. I know, that's what I've been using it for (so many characters lol), along with getting a feel for where I might need my sensitivity settings at. I will probably try out some quick play today. I may do ranked stuff eventually, but I'm not really concerned about getting high rank or anything.
  5. I just got this a few nights ago on ps4. So far I've only been doing matches against AI since I'm just trying to figure things out, and I'm not really sure what I'd want to focus on. It's pretty fun, though. :)
  6. I don't know enough to say anything about that, just wanted to correct the misinformation.
  7. Veggie quesadilla and mahi-mahi tacos at Pedro's
  8. Not sure what info Cak is referring to, but there is this, which does say it doubles the protection. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-sunscreen-terminology-idUSKBN15P2CN source cited by that article, the abstract explains briefly why saying that it's only a marginal increase is incorrect: http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamadermatology/article-abstract/2599760
  9. I dreamt that I fed a peanut to a cat, then it walked away and I started worrying about if it would kill the cat...never got to find out.
  10. ....there's good reason why this thread is in the lounge, and not the gender forum.
  11. Well, I lost my results for the first test mentioned in here, but I got ENFP-T as the result. The only axis that was not very prominent was extroversion, with maybe a mild to moderate preference. As for the second one, here's what I got: Actualized type: INFJ (who you are) Introverted (I) 78.13% Extroverted (E) 21.88% Intuitive (N) 59.46% Sensing (S) 40.54% Feeling (F) 55.26% Thinking (T) 44.74% Judging (J) 84% Perceiving (P) 16% INFJ - "Author". Strong drive and enjoyment to help others. Complex personality. 1.5% of total population. Preferred type: INFJ (who you prefer to be) Introverted (I) 59.38% Extroverted (E) 40.63% Intuitive (N) 51.35% Sensing (S) 48.65% Feeling (F) 58.97% Thinking (T) 41.03% Judging (J) 85.19% Perceiving (P) 14.81% INFJ - "Author". Strong drive and enjoyment to help others. Complex personality. 1.5% of total population. Attraction type: INFP (who you are attracted to) Introverted (I) 58.62% Extroverted (E) 41.38% Intuitive (N) 73.53% Sensing (S) 26.47% Feeling (F) 62.79% Thinking (T) 37.21% Perceiving (P) 53.57% Judging (J) 46.43% INFP - "Questor". High capacity for caring. Emotional face to the world. High sense of honor derived from internal values. 4.4% of total population. I'd say that's about right. The one time I've been in a relationship, it was with an INFP, and all the girls I have really liked and been close with in general have been either INFP or ENFP; the INFPs being less strongly introverted than I am, and the ENFPs being only somewhat more on the E side of things. The ENFPs who are more extroverted than that, I find tend not to stick around one person all that long at any given time (myself included), so that makes it difficult for them to really get to know me, as it usually takes a good while for me to feel comfortable enough to open up to the extent that I would like with someone I may be interested in--let alone to even realize I'm interested in them at all! It is hard to have the longer conversations that I typically like (and need in order to open up more and really connect) with the more extroverted ENFPs, though I do enjoy when they are around. I just can't keep up with that level of energy.
  12. I've been thinking this is part of it. Regularly eating a lot of processed junk food really messes up your sense of taste, so you can see how that might lead to thinking most seasonings (and other minor foods added to a dish for flavor) are useless. I personally have been able to enjoy a lot more different food and flavors ever since I started eating a lot healthier some time ago.
  13. procrastinating sleep as per usual
  14. I had a salad with kale, carrot, red bell pepper, sweet onion, tomato, a can of albacore tuna, sunflower seeds, sharp cheddar cheese (would've used parmesan but I'm out atm), sea salt, black pepper, and Italian dressing.
  15. OP looks like something that leaked out of r/iamverysmart.