I was at college, or rather at a college. I'm not sure whether I was supposed to be at my own school or a different school. The professors were familiar, but the students and buildings weren't.
Wherever I was, I had the unfamiliar luxury of spare time. I wandered around the classroom buildings, soon spotting a sign on a lecture hall door that intrigued me: David Sedaris was going to give a lecture on Myers-Briggs personality profiles. I had mixed feelings about going: I was afraid David Sedaris would tell me I was an INTP instead of an INFP. I desperately wanted to be an INFP.
I didn't go straight into the lecture hall. Instead, I wandered around the building a while longer because I was convinced I would be the only one attending the lecture and would therefore have no trouble finding a seat. This wasn't true. The lecture hall was full when I finally went inside. I found a seat toward the back. People were passing out worksheets detailing the different personality types, and some people were already being analyzed.