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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    Um... Don't you mean "antagonize?"
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    Lick them.

    However, this does not apply if I am doing the licking, since everyone's okay with being licked by niffer, of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    Um... Don't you mean "antagonize?"
    agonize - Definitions from Dictionary.com

    1. to suffer extreme pain or anguish; be in agony.
    2. to put forth great effort of any kind.

    3. to distress with extreme pain; torture.

    v. tr.
    To cause great pain or anguish to. See Synonyms at afflict.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    But we haven't mentioned any whippings or stuff like that yet. Agonize is more of a physical, extreme thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    Why do people want to do things to purposefully piss other people off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    Um... Don't you mean "antagonize?"
    No point assuming BlueWing ever chooses a word unintentionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    agonize - Definitions from Dictionary.com

    1. to suffer extreme pain or anguish; be in agony.
    2. to put forth great effort of any kind.

    3. to distress with extreme pain; torture.

    v. tr.
    To cause great pain or anguish to. See Synonyms at afflict.
    Again, I say, don't you mean "antagonize?" I mean I can only speak for the ENFJ part, but that stuff wouldn't cause me agony. It would annoy me, but I would probably just stop conversing with you before it got that far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    Again, I say, don't you mean "antagonize?" I mean I can only speak for the ENFJ part, but that stuff wouldn't cause me agony. It would annoy me, but I would probably just stop conversing with you before it got that far.
    You're an EFJ, words speak louder than actions. I'd just slightly adjust the way I present to make it sound more congenial but still carry through with a similar strategy and hence keep you in conversation to the point it would cause you agony. Much like what Meticulum did to you--very subtle indeed.

    antagonize - Definitions from Dictionary.com

    1. to make hostile or unfriendly; make an enemy or antagonist of: His speech antagonized many voters.

    2. to act in opposition to; oppose. .

    I want to do more than just make enemies with you, I want to cause you serious pain. So antagonize isnt specific enough as it covers only the first part of the mission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    You're an EFJ, words speak louder than actions. I'd just slightly adjust the way I present to make it sound more congenial but still carry through with a similar strategy and hence keep you in conversation to the point it would cause you agony. Much like what Meticulum did to you--very subtle indeed.

    antagonize - Definitions from Dictionary.com

    1. to make hostile or unfriendly; make an enemy or antagonist of: His speech antagonized many voters.

    2. to act in opposition to; oppose. .

    I want to do more than just make enemies with you, I want to cause you serious pain. So antagonize isnt specific enough as it covers only the first part of the mission.
    Well, yes but it's not really what you say, it's how you say it. Giving you the benefit of the doubt, assuming you're able to control your facial expressions and voice inflections so well that I wouldn't pick up on your sincere motives (which is something I've never witnessed in any INT that wasn't behind a computer screen), if you acted like you were just making polite conversation or were just genuinely curious, then no, nothing you mentioned in reference to the ENFJ in the OP would cause me agony. I enjoy conversing with curious people, reguardless of the subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    LOL he's right.

    I'd like to add a big one to athenian's list:

    Lick them.

    However, this does not apply if I am doing the licking, since everyone's okay with being licked by niffer, of course.
    I'd pat you on the head, say "down, girl!" and give you a cookie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan View Post
    Well, yes but it's not really what you say, it's how you say it. Giving you the benefit of the doubt, assuming you're able to control your facial expressions and voice inflections so well that I wouldn't pick up on your sincere motives (which is something I've never witnessed in any INT that wasn't behind a computer screen), if you acted like you were just making polite conversation or were just genuinely curious, then no, nothing you mentioned in reference to the ENFJ in the OP would cause me agony. I enjoy conversing with curious people, reguardless of the subject.
    I dont know..I dont know...how did Meticulum pull it off?

    At first he was acting like he was interested in learning about your life, but then he shifted off to harrassing you..and you didnt leave the conversation early enough to prevent him from getting to you...

    I guess at first I would want to prevent you from seeing my insincere motives, and by the time you make up your mind on continuing the discussion with me (EJs have difficulty backing out of decisions they have already made), I then will drop my mask and make it obvious to you that I have nothing better to do than annoy you..hopefully to the point of pushing you over the edge. You're right that at first you will be only a little annoyed, but if I managed to carry on with that for long enough it would be much more than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    I dont know..I dont know...how did Meticulum pull it off?

    At first he was acting like he was interested in learning about your life,
    Not really. You couldn't detect the acid in his tone?
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    but then he shifted off to harrassing you..and you didnt leave the conversation early enough to prevent him from getting to you...
    I define "getting to me" as me breaking down. He didn't really come close to that. I was highly annoyed and agitated, and I wanted him to stop, but I wouldn't say he "got to me."
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    I guess at first I would want to prevent you from seeing my insincere motives, and by the time you make up your mind on continuing the discussion with me (EJs have difficulty backing out of decisions they have already made),
    Well again, hiding insincere motives is something that I have never personally witnissed in an INT, in fact it's something that I've only witnessed in a select few. As for backing out of decisions, I really don't have that much of an issue with it if I think it's a bad one.
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    I then will drop my mask and make it obvious to you that I have nothing better to do than annoy you..hopefully to the point of pushing you over the edge. You're right that at first you will be only a little annoyed, but if I managed to carry on with that for long enough it would be much more than that.
    But see that's the thing, as soon as you make it plain what you're trying to do, all I have to do is walk away. In an online community, that's harder to do. If it were in person, however, I'd probably just punch you right in the face.
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