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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    First off, I think we have enough ideas here to cover the next four or five challenges. However after that. . .


    I was thinking that a cooking challenge might be interesting, but I don't know how it would be pulled off - technically speaking.

    Any ideas?
    I love this idea. As for authenticity, one photo in the kitchen preparing the meal and one photo of the meal on the dining room table.
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    Question about the cooking thing? We're just caring how it looks, and not how it tastes? B/c there's no way to know how it tastes.

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    A cooking challenge sounds inherently wrong on an internet forum.

    I like ScantilyClad's dare idea. I don't know how that could be set up, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Cooking....?

    Not really a team effort, given the geographical limitations...
    Well, thought about that, of course. And my opinion is that the decision of what to cook and who will be doing it would be done with team deliberations. Also, within each challenge there will invariably be one person that is more skilled at that particular challenge. So I'm only concerned if the majority of the work falls on the same person for every challenge.

    But you're right. There are numberous challenge idea that are more team oriented. However, I think it's important for us to have challenges that bring in participants that have interests that span wide ranges similarly to the site itself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    I love this idea. As for authenticity, one photo in the kitchen preparing the meal and one photo of the meal on the dining room table.
    True. Additionally, I was thinking of a napkin slightly under the plate that reads "MBTIc."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    Question about the cooking thing? We're just caring how it looks, and not how it tastes? B/c there's no way to know how it tastes.
    That's what recipe's are for, I believe.

    And yes, I can read a recipe and know if I will like it. However, I think the main issue with this challenge is to visually appeal to the voter by creating something the average member would want to eat on that day.

    Sort of. . . the creation of the "MBTIc Special" that would be served at your local eatery if you could make that happen.
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    Some more ideas :

    Design a new logo for the forum (or "reserve" one, if it doesn't beat the existing one)

    Come up with a motto for the forum.. a tagline.

    Both are a team effort, the first involves a bit of fun with some tech, and can be easily decided with a vote.

    Perhaps it's one challenge. A new logo and tagline!

    Here's an example suggestion "MBTICentral : for the times when argentinian porn just isn't enough".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    when argentinian porn just isn't enough".
    I did a google image search and was pleasantly surprised. Plenty there for the women, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Some more ideas :

    Design a new logo for the forum (or "reserve" one, if it doesn't beat the existing one)

    Come up with a motto for the forum.. a tagline.

    Both are a team effort, the first involves a bit of fun with some tech, and can be easily decided with a vote.

    Perhaps it's one challenge. A new logo and tagline!

    Here's an example suggestion "MBTICentral : for the times when argentinian porn just isn't enough".

    Yeah or design a t-shirt for the forum.
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    I can't cook. I can only microwave. And I don't have a digital camera. So I guess that would rule me out.
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