Takes a lot for me to drop my chin to the floor .. old men having sex with young girls poster. Wow. Lmao.
Originally Posted by stellar renegade
Awww. We aren't to bad if you give us a chance.
“I made you take time to look at what I saw and when you took time to really notice my flower, you hung all your associations with flowers on my flower and you write about my flower as if I think and see what you think and see—and I don't.”
― Georgia O'Keeffe
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?
"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
Bubbles and Steph--yall are doing some masterful work here. (I was dying over the Ne one with the owls)
Ok, I have no 1337 photoshop skills but to contribute a little bit of theater I call the MBTI of Love and Loss:
ESTJ: It is better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all.
ESTP: It is better to have loved and lost when you still have 6 days worth of back-ups anyways.
ISFP: It is better to have lost, wait no, it's better...ok come back to me....
ESFJ: Oh, yeah it definitely is. I've grown so much from the people Ive loved. I loved this one girl back in kindergarden, and this puppy I had when I was 10. But the puppy ran away....
ENFJ: Yeah, we're still in negotiations about the "lost" part. Get back to my people next week.
INTP: No no, I know Im right on this. My zero-sum game matrix indicates pretty decisively "never loved at all" is the most rational. No Im NOT missing the point here. :steam:
ENTP: My introverted brother is right. I'd love to discuss it with you some more over a few drinks at my place. Maybe take a little chance to better acquaint ourselves after. What? No, I'm not being a hypocrite, foolin' around is the Nash equilibrium, baby. I thought youd like to get some practical application.
ESFJ: ...but I knew dad was lying when he said Spot was in puppy heaven because our pastor never mentioned it and I talked to my friend and he said he'd never heard of it but there was a gerbil heaven cause thats where his was...
ISFP: No seriously I have it this time. It's better to have loved and lost than to... hey you ever notice how happy you feel under a tree when its sunny outside? I do. Oh not again...
INTJ: No, I know the saying. I just think it's painfully stupid. Now get the fuck out.
INFJ: I feel as though everyone I love eventually goes away. We're born into this world alone, and will die that way. I accept that. Excuse me while I explore the labyrinths of my inner complexities.
ESFP: The INFJ was joking right? He/she was joking. Why are they so sad? Should I be sad. Oh no. Wait! Ill go cheer them up, thatll make me feel better! Yay!
INFP: Look, I appreciate your viewpoint, but that doesn't change the fact that things are going to work out. Even if he is already seeing someone else and only calls me to pick up dry cleaning. No one gets him like I do and he needs me.
ISTP: It's better to have loved and loss, but I got better things to do with my time. We done? I gotta date with Mt. Kilimanjaro.
ENTJ: What the fuck type of touchy-feely bullshit is this? In this organization if you lose something you kill the sorry bastard who has it and go on your merry way, because last time I checked I was running a business not a junior soccer league. I wish I had a time travel machine so I could shoot whatever dipshit wrote this in the leg.
ISFP:... I think I love it because its cooler where the shade is but its warmer where the sun is, but you do lose that when the sun goes away and its better than no sun at all so its not totally off topic. Umm, that's only wrong because you're mad you lost.
ESFJ:...but my dad was always a liar even about the damn secretary. Thats why when I get married and have a family I'm going to be different than he ever was. That's why I stay positive, but I loved that dog.
ISTJ: It's only better to have loved than lost because that's what's on the schedule. I wasn't sure how to work in "never loved at all", so I wanted to know what the procedure is for unexpected emotional growth.
ENFP: Yeah, my turnaround between "love" and "loss" is pretty short so I win right?