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    Default Deltas, what do you see in Socionics?

    I'm interested to know.

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    I see Gulanzon in some other quadra.
    “Whether we fall by ambition, blood, or lust, like diamonds we are cut with our own dust.”

    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly
    You've done yourself a huge favor developmentally by mustering the balls to do something really fucking scary... in about the most vulnerable situation possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winterpark View Post
    I see Gulanzon in some other quadra.
    You're a Dry Delta, not a Delicious Delta.

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    But anyway, that doesn't stop me from being interested.

    Or repeating "but anyway" constantly.

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    I see Gulanzon eating spaghetti in an Fe/Ti quadra.
    “Whether we fall by ambition, blood, or lust, like diamonds we are cut with our own dust.”

    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly
    You've done yourself a huge favor developmentally by mustering the balls to do something really fucking scary... in about the most vulnerable situation possible.

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    Betas strangle eachother with spaghetti... or lament the pasta condition.

    Alphas comment on the pretty colours of the spaghetti... or attempt to use it to create a miniature rocket.

    We Deltas, though... we bond over spaghetti. Don't offer an IEE food without meaning it

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    I think this is the kind of answer you're looking for and I speak only for myself:

    A truncated form of what I wrote on the other forum:

    I learnt it out of interest. I cannot say I have a problem with interpersonal relationships but I like that Socionics is able to describe and give reasons, in a more technical manner, of why the relationships are the way they are. In addition, understanding an aspect of an individual in terms of Socionics is also intriguing. Despite this, I try to not let it influence my life too much.

    Also, I get an unique perspective of the world around me that often helps me understand why and how things, events, et cetera possibly came to be.
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    I like Gulazon. Stay awhile, will you?

    "His feeling that this world is not his Fatherland, and that it does not represent his proper condition, so to speak—his feeling that, basically, he 'comes from afar'—will remain a fundamental element which will not give rise to mystical escapism and spiritual weakness, but rather will enable him to minimise, to relativise, to refer to higher concepts of measure and limit, all that can seem important and definitive to others, starting with death itself, and will confer on him calm force and breadth of vision." — Julius Evola

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeAnte View Post
    I like Gulazon. Stay awhile, will you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Greeter View Post
    I learnt it out of interest. I cannot say I have a problem with interpersonal relationships but I like that Socionics is able to describe and give reasons, in a more technical manner, of why the relationships are the way they are. In addition, understanding an aspect of an individual in terms of Socionics is also intriguing. Despite this, I try to not let it influence my life too much.

    Also, I get an unique perspective of the world around me that often helps me understand why and how things, events, et cetera possibly came to be.
    hmm...can I steal your answer? That's exactly what I was going to say...only not in so many words and not as well stated.

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    I got interested in it from Bee/Khola mentioning it. I found that it was a more elaborate, defined explanation of how I saw the world anyway, so now I find it a convenient mental shorthand. I don't apply it much IRL, mostly it just crops up in discussions about people.

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