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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    I have a minor alcohol consumption on my record. I was at the lake, drunk with 13 lesbians. We were suppose to be camping. I don't remember much of that night, but my friends told me I was so sloshed I asked the cop if he wanted a beer. I also had sex on a public tennis court.

    So, I've broken rules in every category as well.
    Alright...alright.. you badass.

    Getting drunk with 13 lesbians at a lake is actually next on my list of folkways to break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GargoylesLegacy View Post
    Heh, Rules and following Directions of People who are "above you". I can't do that. Not if it is against my Nature. Which is almost always.

    How was that? Rules are made to be broken.
    Im entirely the opposite. I have no rue against authority, and I have no problem obeying orders from my superiors no matter how dense/retarded/ridiculously spineless they are. I get paid to do that, plus I signed a contract saying I would do so. Resisting makes it worse

    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Yeah, all of that. Rules/laws/norms/taboos/smores..

    I guess I know of one that you've broken...
    If Smores are wrong, I don't want to know whats right.
    Forgive that corny joke.. I seriously read smores at first when I zipped through your send.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    Im entirely the opposite. I have no rue against authority, and I have no problem obeying orders from my superiors no matter how dense/retarded/ridiculously spineless they are. I get paid to do that, plus I signed a contract saying I would do so. Resisting makes it worse .
    INFIDEL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    INFIDEL!
    Are the ones I shoot when ordered. ^_^b Resistance is futile. I only await the day we fight bugs instead of humans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    I have a minor alcohol consumption on my record. I was at the lake, drunk with 13 lesbians. We were suppose to be camping. I don't remember much of that night, but my friends told me I was so sloshed I asked the cop if he wanted a beer. I also had sex on a public tennis court.

    So, I've broken rules in every category as well.
    lol n1, cant compete with that .

    The biggest chase I ever had were at the age of 13, when we ruined a golf course. I do not exactly now what motivated this, but we did do all sorts of great things, like kidnapping flags, ruining flake points and writing things in the sand . Finally when the pensioner, who owned the place caught us, we decided to show them our blank asses and vanished guerillia style in the woods.

    But those guys werent dumb, they had already sent out patrols, circeling the only escape route. When I stood there with my friend watching the caddys come, a few children were around on the way playing hide&seek. I immediatly adapted the situation and tried concentrating on the children, cause the approaching patrol didnt know, what we looked like. My friend though pointed the finger in the direction of the devil Caddy approaching and shouted "Watch out". That spoiled our masquerade and while he run in the wrong direction and got caught by another approaching patrol, I only saw one final option to get away. So I jumped in the lake and swam like hell *lol* .

    The only problem was, the season was autuum and when I reached the other bank, I was so completly exhausted that I got hemorrhage and needed to sit for a while, puking out my midays lunch. By that time three patrols had circled the sea (I sadly jumped into close to a bridge) and they caught me. I was on the verge of collpasing sitting in that Caddy, while that really evil looking pensioner hold his golf club above my knees and everytime I moved he struck me with it *lol*.

    Damn nazi grandpas. The damage we had done was around 15.000 DM what are know 7500 Euro *lol*. They only charged us 4000 though, the rest of the time we needed to work for them.

    That was one hell of a mistake
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    We dont do that, I can do nothing about it, you have to ask my boss.

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    I believe the term for that mentality is "Jobsworth". As in "It's more than my Job's worth to do that for you."

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    Rules/laws are overrated. Besides, if someone does notice..."It's always better to ask forgiveness than permission.".....
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    My friend though pointed the finger in the direction of the devil Caddy approaching and shouted "Watch out".
    Should've smacked him with a stolen golf club.


    I'm not a big rule-breaker because there's nothing more I hate than giving people reasons to get on my ass . Now, regulations at jobs and crazy bosses that enforce them - THAT I cannot handle. My behavior goes from acquiesence -> passive-aggression -> passive-aggression that is less passive -> "I QUIT." You can usually control whether or not you're caught by the police for something. But when you get a job and have a sucky boss or something...you're stuck until you find a new sucky job and boss to frolic off to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Alright...alright.. you badass.

    Getting drunk with 13 lesbians at a lake is actually next on my list of folkways to break.
    lol Well, it honestly was the first and last major law I've ever broken. So, you were partly correct about INTJs being subdued.

    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    lol n1, cant compete with that .

    The biggest chase I ever had were at the age of 13, when we ruined a golf course. I do not exactly now what motivated this, but we did do all sorts of great things, like kidnapping flags, ruining flake points and writing things in the sand . Finally when the pensioner, who owned the place caught us, we decided to show them our blank asses and vanished guerillia style in the woods.

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