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    So...for ENFP spiced chai tea would be good, because it has spice(F) and energy(E).

    For the record, I freakin' love bubble tea and haven't had it much since I left the West coast. This makes me bummed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    You can also make hot chocolate by melting bittersweet chocolate in slightly scalded milk on the stove. You can also make Ovaltine hot chocolate by warming the milk.







    I happen to like ENTPs for the most part. Does that make me a freak?

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    PS marmalade can have hot chocolate parties anytime with me! that's the way to do it. when it comes to hot chocolate, water is not welcome in my book.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Punggung View Post
    Yeah, I forgot that I just wanted symbols, not a real connection. These systems are tricky things, always sucking you in. But no I think I'll go back to simple symbols of the dichotomies now, after all it's just for a game.

    So,

    energy/health = E/I
    spice/chill = F/T
    bubbly wine/regular wine = S/N
    sprinkles+straw/fancy fruits = P/J

    Yey!

    I am like the exact opposite of my type when it comes to drinks, then. I don't like energy drinks AT ALL, and I prefer still drinks to bubbly (usually). What does spice/chill mean?
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I happen to like ENTPs for the most part. Does that make me a freak?
    Not really.

    I like most of them myself. They're mostly SMARTasses, not just regular asses (I forgot to mention that). And those are the best kind.

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    lol @ how this thread turned into a discussion on how to make hot chocolate

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    I usually mix a teaspoon of sugar and cacao in a big plastic bowl, and then pour on a cup of milk. Mix, micro and pour in cup. Preferably one with an inward slope of the brim so that it spills harder when I take on the long walk to my room.

    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    I am like the exact opposite of my type when it comes to drinks, then. I don't like energy drinks AT ALL, and I prefer still drinks to bubbly (usually). What does spice/chill mean?
    Spice would be a little chili fruit you put in the drink. Chill is an ice cube.

    But yeah, I guess these types wouldn't say anything about your real drink preferences. I wonder though, would you think is a nice touch to the roleplay to have type-specific drinks, or shall I just make a standard stuff like mixing soy milk and rum and add some lime flakes?

    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Not really.

    I like most of them myself. They're mostly SMARTasses, not just regular asses (I forgot to mention that). And those are the best kind.
    Reason I asked was that several INFJ friends had recently been badly treated by an ENTP in a typical ENTP provocation-for-its-own-sake-with-no-end-in-sight manner. Of course I don't care about such behaviour for my own sake, but leave others be!

    I'll try not to have any wine, beer or cheap beer in the drink though, that we'll already have from other sources.

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    INFJ: decaf herbal iced tea
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    Let's see, my favorite drinks would be orange juice, coca cola, hot peppermint tea (with honey), sparkling cranberry juice, and hot English tea (prepared with all the fixins. Is that what you call them?).

    I really doubt that has anything to do with type though.
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    I had my first bubble tea recently and I thought it was really strange. My kids drank it until they got to the bubbles and then were sort of grossed out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    I had my first bubble tea recently and I thought it was really strange. My kids drank it until they got to the bubbles and then were sort of grossed out.
    The texture bothers me.

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