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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    Imagine it could.

    Probably wise to do my joking here and there.

    'scuse my INFP moment.
    Me and my ISTJ sister will joke and laugh about somethings as they were at home, but I'd hesitate to do that with the other sister because she's not okay with it. Same as on a message board, I'd hope that I wouldn't joke too out of line about abuse but if I knew someone well and knew they were okay with it, I might do so in a PM with them.

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    Gotta work on the eye-contact, Usehername. The eyes! The eyes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Could be the person's way of saying "You're a sensor I can connect to in a way I haven't been able to with the sensors I've known and I'd like to know you better, but I'm awkward."
    Huh? I'm guessing it would take being good at extravertd intuition to come up with that explanation. I take insults at face value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah View Post
    Huh? I'm guessing it would take being good at extravertd intuition to come up with that explanation. I take insults at face value.

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    Yes, but some of the people sending you those comments likely really do want to know you better and do like you. They just have a different way of showing it. Especially the NT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Bet you baked brownies this weekend and have 200 count, 100 % cotton sateen sheets! (okay, that's the best ISFP stereotype I can do at the moment)

    Organically grown cotton sheets. Made without sweatshop labor by environmentally responsible companies who care about the working conditions of their employees. We're all rabid environmentalists and social activists, remember.

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    (actually, I fit that stereotype and I'm proud of it.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Yes, but some of the people sending you those comments likely really do want to know you better and do like you. They just have a different way of showing it. Especially the NT.
    Yeah.

    Those NTs are freaks, let me tell you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah View Post
    Organically grown cotton sheets. Made without sweatshop labor by environmentally responsible companies who care about the working conditions of their employees. We're all rabid environmentalists and social activists, remember.

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    (actually, I fit that stereotype and I'm proud of it.)
    you aint, noone is .

    I was talking to my ISTJ pal recently. Tried to explain him the difference between his Te and my Ti according to the card game we play.

    And then he asked the question, after I was talking for an hour: "Where do you get all of your information from ?"

    That was the crucial difference between Sensor and Intuitor. On the paper and in reality they are infact the same with the same capabilities. But which one of those capabilities, namely sensorism or intuitism, is defined by there liking?! I like insane, my ISTJ pal does not. I am right in 1 out of 100 cases, he is right in 100 out of 100 cases. That's all the difference.

    There are alot of interpretations on this forum about this topic and most of them are invented. I cant say I do not like them, because that would counter my very nature. But I can say they are humanly insane. And so far I can follow them
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    What sort of hot? Medium peri-peri, hot peri-peri or extra hot peri-peri?
    What the hell is "peri-peri"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    Yeah. I need more details about those legs.

    Hairy or smooth?
    Hairy

    Any unsightly growths? (Oh boy, does that beg a foolish answer!)
    No, all my growths are sightly. (was that foolish enough?)

    Shapely?
    Yes, although I could definitely stand to lose some flab on the upper thighs.

    Muscular?
    Yes

    Long enough to reach the ground?
    From where?
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    I just opened a sparkling wine and that was no good idea -.-
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    Gotta work on the eye-contact, Usehername. The eyes! The eyes!
    when i evaluate how well lycra shorts fit on a male customer? you have to look at their crotch! hence the awkwardness! (and why my male co-workers love that i work there when females come in becuase of the supreme awkwardness--i'm the only girl left now that it's winter.)
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