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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Trust me, testosterone does a bigger number on your guys than estrogen does on us..ours just comes together in one little week. You guys are hormonal non-stop

    Im still trying to understand the rationale of a guy talking to my chest while vehemently building a case that I just aint his type
    how about crying at every fourth episode of greys anatomy ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    how about crying at every fourth episode of greys anatomy ?
    It is still less weird than talking to breasts, dude, sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    ^ I think there is something to be said for rationality having to do with the development of as many functions as possible
    This.

    I think what's irrational, is denying your other functions even in the face of evidence that you need to embrace them in order to get through a situation. That includes Ti denying Fe, and Te denying Fi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    It is still less weird than talking to breasts, dude, sorry
    breasts are yummy and thus looking at them gives pleasure, crying at tv makes zero sense
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    breasts are yummy and thus looking at them gives pleasure, crying at tv makes zero sense
    Talking to women's breasts and trying to get them to take you seriously as being more "rational" is pretty irrational.

    We could say that any number of things are rational, by what you're saying here. For example, screaming to get attention or crying to release toxins and feel better from the release are rational.

    You do know that crying releases toxins, right?

    I think I'm just going to go through this thread and decide who goes on ignore, forthwith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    breasts are yummy and thus looking at them gives pleasure, crying at tv makes zero sense
    ...It kind of ruins the point you are trying to make about me not being your type though and giving me a 'rational' explanation for it

    And fiction is meant to touch us where it hurts and where we love. It has been proven to increase empathy, imagination and teach us lessons that we can apply to our own lives. It is specifically engineered to be a tear-jerker, or a mood-lifter, or whatever that specific type of fiction is aiming at.

    Now...that said, I can see how Greys anatomy would not be your cup of tea. Different triggers for different people
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    This stereotype snowball fight certainly makes a case for an equal lack of rationality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    This stereotype snowball fight certainly makes a case for an equal lack of rationality.
    ...it is a play fight, ffs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    also this, INTJs are often masters at this and doing that is highly irrational.. one of the over 9000 reasons why i consider them more irrational than ENFPs for example, who are generally seen as very irrational people, but thats just the surface, like the "rationality" of the INTJ is.
    YES. And you're almost at the truth...and that is everyone can be irrational in their own way, it's just that we tend to believe our functional preferences are better or our rational functions are more rational than the ones that others prefer and they reject.

    For example, an Fe type would probably think it's highly irrational of a person to try to get someone to agree with them after they've attacked them and hurt their feelings. What kind of person thinks it's "sensible" or "reasonable" to attack a person, then try to get them to agree with you?

    I think this is why Fe types when healthy are known for their natural diplomacy. They know in order to get people to agree in most cases, they must word things politely and to cause the least offense possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    ...it is a play fight, ffs.
    It's not that you're fighting, it's the points you're making. And I know you're kidding, but you're kidding on the square.
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