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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    K, dude, now you re reading into things, slow down there, Casanova
    Marilyn Monroe is spelled incorrectly in your signature

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Even just the way that she said it... Dripping with craziness... And like a moth to a flame... [...] But then I'm like, "But she's fucking owning it." "Maybe there's some truth to it... " Then I'm sucked into the vortex of feminine delight
    Zara are you sure this was irrationality and not estrogen?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Marilyn Monroe is spelled incorrectly in your signature
    It's spelled the way it is intended...grammar nazi
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    Zara are you sure this was irrationality and not estrogen?





    Amen, brother.
    Yeah, when you fuck up my posts before assenting or agreeing they dont mean the same thing any longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Yeah, when you fuck up my posts before assenting or agreeing they dont mean the same thing any longer.
    Well, I thought you hit on a truth. I removed it.

    As a woman inclined to like men I can't really echo that women solve my existential dilemma, but I thought the sentiment worth echoing.

    Without room for my perspective, it is not worth echoing anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    It's spelled the way it is intended...grammar nazi
    Technically, that would make me a spelling nazi

    / diction nazi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Technically, that would make me a spelling nazi

    / diction nazi

    And I *knew* youd go there, proving my point
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    Well, I thought you hit on a truth. I removed it.

    As a woman inclined to like men I can't really echo that women solve my existential dilemma, but I thought the sentiment worth echoing.

    Without room for my perspective, it is not worth echoing anyway.
    Oh I see, I thought you were trying to troll me by changing what I said to make it appear like I was supportive of same sex couples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Oh I see, I thought you were trying to troll me by changing what I said to make it appear like I was supportive of same sex couples.
    Nah, sorry Lark. Wasn't meant like that at all. I just thought it was a good point, but then I realized women don't really do it as well for me, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unnamed View Post
    I think it's by Se...I have no Se though...(maybe is the reason I don't like porn?)

    Anyway,T is codes can be reprogram.
    F is codes not can be reprogram.

    T can be infinitely evolution,F can not.
    It may be why I prefer more graphic porn than some women and am very bored by R-rated "soft porn" but my Fi objects to anything that is actually degrading or harmful; like excessive porn watching, unrealistic attitudes about how women should look or behave sexually IRL, and stuff that is just clearly misogynistic.

    I like a lot of "home grown" stuff or old porn where people look like "real people" (including the women, so they are not airbrushed Barbies) and I think it's only something that people should watch once and a while, not every day, and certainly not all day long.

    I also love something visceral about horror movies, and even like some slasher films, but again I think it's unhealthy for people to watch horror every day all day long, upping the ante until they are desensitized or watching with disturbing regularity what is called "torture porn" (horror that is often X rated and depicts violence so realistic or disturbing, and in such slow agonizing detail, that it would traumatize most people if they watched it too much).

    My Se is kept firmly in check by Fi, but yes Se probably does like something about a certain level of visceral excitement.

    And notice also what I said about some people being really imbalanced, that a preference for dom Se with no balance of Fi/Te and Te/Fe, would potentially lead to a very amoral thrill-seeking or low-brow type; Jung talks about the Se type being thus, that the "higher" more intelligent or more mature version has refined tastes and the "lower" or less intelligent or less mature version apparently just moves from one sensation to the next.

    I think Fi/Se/Ni is right for me in this regard, which is why Fi rules over my Se, and why I've had the Ni since my late teens to start questioning or analyzing it.

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