A recent college graduate, she will dash off not misplaced but at the very least irrelevant modifiers whilst referring to herself in the third person and, scorning "utilize," nevertheless make use of the word "whilst."
These demanded internet descriptions tend to make me all nippity.
Existential Query: Does a person's intentional effort to become the kind of person they would like to be guarantee or obstruct their success at doing so? Like, if you have to try really hard to be a good person, are you automatically a good person for trying, or (forever and hopelessly) a bad person because you have to try so hard to be good? In summary, should Harry have really gone to Slytherin?
INFJ, if you enjoy that type of thing. According to science, Obama's personality is supposed to be my ideal, so, also, according to science, I'm more or less Michelle Obama, in the way that like, Jesus is a cracker. Please note.