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    The elder Holmes Mycroft's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    try to live with my making my own mistakes. your character will thank you.
    I don't understand what this means. I'm assuming it means something to the extent of, "Learn to let people make their own mistakes and don't stick your nose in their business", but that is, as stated, only my assumption.

    Am I correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    I don't understand what this means. I'm assuming it means something to the extent of, "Learn to let people make their own mistakes and don't stick your nose in their business", but that is, as stated, only my assumption.

    Am I correct?
    it means, "i didn't ask for your help, so assume i don't want or need it. doing so will give you more time to concentrate on the plank in your own eye."

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    More for the INTP list:

    Tell them, "it must be done this way and only this way." Then describe a process that takes twice as many steps as it should.

    "Clean" their desk. Throw away any loose papers.

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    more for the ESFJ

    when they ask about a person you talk to say, "oh, it's nobody you know..."

    both my dad and I got a good chuckle out of my aunt's reaction to this


    and for the ESFP

    younger brother: "I don't get you!"

    Me: "you never have, you still don't, and you never will. stop trying"

    he didn't bug me for a week
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llenyd View Post
    More for the INTP ISTP list:

    Tell them, "it must be done this way and only this way." Then describe a process that takes twice as many steps as it should.
    Fixed.


    That's probably the easiest and most effective way to seriously piss me off.

    Another one for IXTPs:

    Say "agonize" when the more accurate word would be "antagonize".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Fixed.


    That's probably the easiest and most effective way to seriously piss me off.

    Another one for IXTPs:

    Say "agonize" when the more accurate word would be "antagonize".


    "Your agonizer."

    "No, Mr. Spock."

    "Your agonizer, please."

    "No, Mr. Spock! ..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    it means, "i didn't ask for your help, so assume i don't want or need it. doing so will give you more time to concentrate on the plank in your own eye."
    The only thing I did was state a commonly-accepted social fact. At no point did I attempt to advise you on anything.
    Dost thou love Life? Then do not squander Time; for that's the Stuff Life is made of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    with it all "spelled out" like that, it's not so much the realization that 'my entire being is focused' on purposely being their worst nightmare, but that just 'being me' is enough.
    Exactly. I don't have to try to do anything to annoy ISTJ's. Not only is much of the world set up to continually annoy the hell out of them, but my existence is the ultimate expression of that annoyance. I think in theory an ENFP might annoy them more, but the truth is that an ENFP usually backs down or skulks away when they realize they are ticking off the ISTJ. I usually just can't let it go that easy. I've got to continue to argue the point or make fun of them or challenge their thinking or whatever. His goal is to keep the world static and orderly and my goal is basically the opposite.
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    Well, actually, there are much easier ways to agonize people that work for almost everyone.

    1. Put your finger forward like you're going to poke them, and then don't. Repeat several times.

    2. Repeat whatever a person says back to them.

    3. Stare at them for several moments, and when they ask "What," say "Nothing," and keep staring.

    4. Snap your fingers behind their head at random intervals throughout the day.

    5. Randomly point at them and start laughing as through they've embarrassed themselves, and when they ask why, say "Yeah, like I'm really going to tell you..."

    These things would annoy a large number of people.

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    Um... Don't you mean "antagonize?"
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