A Discordant Symphony

NON OMNIS MORIAR

“I’m kicking myself that I shared spit with you. So fuck yourself and fuck this bleeding heart of mine”

—   Incubus - Leech (via xmrxcx)
pidgeonsandpeeps:

Unapproachable by Cusd
ageofdestruction:

two lost souls swimming in a fishbowl: Pluto and Charon, photographed by Hubble Space Telescope, June 2010.
This study also aimed to image the smaller Plutonian moons Nyx and Hydra. If you look very closely, there appear to be two extremely faint objects that track with Pluto and Charon (at about the 9 and 7 o’clock positions) which might fit the bill.
From Proposal 11556 (Visit 2).
Image credit: NASA/ESA/STScl. Animation: AgeOfDestruction.

ageofdestruction:

two lost souls swimming in a fishbowl: Pluto and Charon, photographed by Hubble Space Telescope, June 2010.

This study also aimed to image the smaller Plutonian moons Nyx and Hydra. If you look very closely, there appear to be two extremely faint objects that track with Pluto and Charon (at about the 9 and 7 o’clock positions) which might fit the bill.

From Proposal 11556 (Visit 2).

Image credit: NASA/ESA/STScl. Animation: AgeOfDestruction.

“There are some people who always seem angry and continuously look for conflict. Walk away; the battle they are fighting isn’t with you, it is with themselves.”

—   Quotes and Thoughts (via psych-facts)
wildcat2030:

Human v 1.1 Hotfix Patch- this is the beginning 

wildcat2030:

Human v 1.1 Hotfix Patch- this is the beginning 

Observation of an ENTP

kitsinbookland:

Today I found this and maybe you ENTPs can indentify more with it.

ENTPs: (from personal observation and study)


Can appear very introvert - these ENTPs usually prefer to get attention with seduction and wit, and prefer one-on-one conversations where they can really show off their intellect. They are usually a bit better at ‘wearing masks’ and adapting to the environment. They have goals they want to achieve, and always need to be doing something productive. Friendships are usually networks, and they don’t want to waste much time on people who they don’t feel are beneficial to their lives. Because they’re concerned with their future, their reputation - what people think of them - matters to them. They often appear more I, and sometimes more F, than they really are.

Can also appear very extrovert - these ENTPs know how to get attention in large groups with humour and general silly-fun antics. They generally handle small talk better. Their goal in life is to have fun and have their say, and make the biggest impression on the people around them as they can. They don’t care what anyone thinks of them, and their jokes are often clever, and sometimes crude or offensive. But they’re so cheerful and charismatic that everyone laughs anyway. They sometimes appear more S and F than they really are. 

ENTPs can switch between these two ‘types’.

Most ENTPs:

Love to argue for the sake of arguing. May even argue a side they don’t agree with.
Look around a lot, even (maybe even especially) during conversation.
Go through periods of being very social and very anti-social
Get bored of small-talk quickly
Are comfortable talking about anything personal (from sex, to their periods, to traumatic childhood events)
Can learn the theory behind anything relatively quickly (possibly faster than nearly any other type)
Give up learning most things once they know the basics, because their memory is awful and they can’t be bothered memorizing things
Express self-confidence and sometimes some level of arrogance
Are excellent at making people like them
Are excellent actors (and manipulators)
Are often careful not to hurt or upset people.
Rarely complain
Seem to like to brag a lot, especially about how they ‘got an A without even studying’, but often manage to word it in a way that doesn’t seem arrogant
Appreciate the benefits of all sorts of people and don’t seem worried about ‘social ladders’. Can be seen ‘hanging out’ with good-looking, popular cliques as well as the nerdy video-game players. Appear to treat everyone equally.


No one seems to take negative things ENTPs do or say seriously, because they’re so good at making people think they’re ‘perfect’

Female ENTPs
Sometimes act less analytic, cuter, and more compassionate than they really are because they know these are attractive qualities in modern society. They often surprise people by drawing them in with their charming, sweet personality, but really winning them over with their wit, intelligence and easy understanding of the world. If they have a curvy figure, they usually like to show it off a little (most ENTPs love attention), but are usually tasteful about it - they don’t want negative attention. They’re often ‘the clever, flirty girl who everyone likes and is often surrounded by boys at parties’. Can easily get dates that other people (who haven’t spoken to them) would consider ‘out of their league’. They’re usually well liked by other women, but often have trouble making close girl-friends. Their best friends are usually male.

How to spot them? They won’t be talking about other women behind their backs, talking about clothes or boys in a superficial manner. Their speech is usually clear and their words well-chosen. They may appear quiet, but rarely shy. 

Male ENTPs
Are liked by nearly everyone. They’re the kind of boys who are intelligent, but won’t bore you with facts and figures. They’ll be the center of a party, impressing everyone with clever jokes. They don’t seem to have a best friend - rather, several. They smile a lot, and say and do things and know everyone will follow their lead. They seem to be able to get away with things a lot of other boys can’t, because of their charm.

All ENTPs can be difficult to get really close to, especially if you want that ‘best friend’ kind of relationship. They’re often reluctant to admit how analytical, emotionally-detached and uninterested in committed long-term friendships they really are.

 

From the website on the source. Look for this nickname: “zeep”.

“Because they are reluctant to express emotions or desires, NTs are often criticized for being unfeeling and cold. However, what is taken for indifference is not indifference at all, but the thoughtful, absorbed concentration of the contemplative investigator.”

—    David Keirsey, Please Understand Me II (via myersandbriggs)