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    Quote Originally Posted by ollobollo View Post
    Thank you for your fast, concise and welcoming reply, Brilliand.

    I have, however, while silently lurking these forums and Wikisocion for a while, always felt more at home with the Deltas; SLI/ISTp in particular. Both ISTp articles on Wikisocion fit me to a T.

    I highly admire INTjs, but feel quite little in common with their traits. ISFp could be a possibility, but seem too in tune with other people's emotions and have such an understanding of how to interact with them, for me to feel it's right. The Es are ruled out. I doubt I'm Alpha; I'm pretty sure I'm Delta.

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    PS: Is there reason to believe this is a symptom of some sort of compulsive disorder? Your mention of compulsive behaviour in the other thread made me think ...
    I don't believe accept classical clinical disorders, but even ignoring that, I doubt you would get diagnosed as such over one compulsive behavior. That only happens if it's so compulsive that you can't function... for instance if you would ignore your work to walk carefully up and down the nearest staircase.



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    (when going upstairs) i often take two steps at a time. sometimes i take three. i find that i don't like making "small" movements. and it's like my normal movement normally has reasonably wide paces.

    when i go downstairs i often do it one step at a time in a kind of rhythm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mercutio View Post
    (when going upstairs) i often take two steps at a time. sometimes i take three. i find that i don't like making "small" movements. and it's like my normal movement normally has reasonably wide paces.

    when i go downstairs i often do it one step at a time in a kind of rhythm.
    I'll normally go two steps at a time both ways, but sometimes I take it into my head to strike an aristocratic pose and walk rapidly one step at a time. Three steps at a time I'll do, but I kind of have to think about it, so I don't do it often.



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    sometimes i'm all like woosh woosh sometimes i'm all like flang flang. you know, about stairs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brilliand View Post
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    I am tall so I almost always take steps 2 at a time; when I'm working I have to haul ice up and down steps, and I almost always take 3-4 at a time, because I'm usually in a hurry. Sometimes I hum that ditty from Fantasia when the broom is walking up and down the steps with buckets of water... Speaking of which, that is possibly the best scene in that movie; definitely the most psychologically intriguing.
    But, for a certainty, back then,
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    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
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    sometimes I like to climb up stairs on all fours

    i vary my steps depending on my mood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Wait, you're not serious are you? That is absolutely no basis for a typing.
    Call it an experiment... I thought it was probably right, though.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    OCD?
    That's type-related.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Wait, you're not serious are you? That is absolutely no basis for a typing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    OCD?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    I am tall so I almost always take steps 2 at a time; when I'm working I have to haul ice up and down steps, and I almost always take 3-4 at a time, because I'm usually in a hurry. Sometimes I hum that ditty from Fantasia when the broom is walking up and down the steps with buckets of water... Speaking of which, that is possibly the best scene in that movie; definitely the most psychologically intriguing.
    And this summarize my thoughts on this entire thread. I actually can't believe this thread exists, tbh.
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