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    Quote Originally Posted by secondhandsight View Post
    Ireland seems to have an inverse of American
    preferences. Intuition and feeling in both directions
    are favoured, and the arch-characters defining
    the cultural character are INFJ and ENFP.
    Extroverted sensors are most at odds with the
    general feel of the place. Feeling is not discouraged
    in men so there isn't much of a specific insistence
    on T-type protocol, allowing male Fs to emerge
    unscathed Interesting thread.
    If that's true, then I'm fleeing to Ireland. The whiskey (spelling?) is also a great selling point.

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    me too, mortablunt . . . pack yer bags! Ireland here we come!!!

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    I reckon France is the most iNtuitive-friendly country, for both thinkers and feelers. Maybe that's why everyone hates em?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    I reckon France is the most iNtuitive-friendly country, for both thinkers and feelers. Maybe that's why everyone hates em?
    I can't understand the France hate... just can't. Historically, they really did not make major mistakes or anything that would cause that much hate. Because everyone in America doesn't like France, it makes me love France even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    If that's true, then I'm fleeing to Ireland. The whiskey (spelling?) is also a great selling point.
    Haha, welcome in folks. Whiskey is a well-
    tested way to deal with the idiosyncratic
    organisational styles present I think
    NF-types in particular are attracted to
    the place but for the most end up
    aggravated to fluck by the relative
    inefficiency cf. the USA. Overall I'd
    recommend it as a short-term antidote
    to EST-land, but then again, the savage
    loves its native shore

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    I reckon France is the most iNtuitive-friendly country.
    I think it's NF.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Historically, they really did not make major mistakes or anything that would cause that much hate.

    Haha. They made huge mistakes, just like other nations and states (La Terreur? Expansive chauvinism? Massacres against civilian in Algeria?), which of course doesn't justify hate against a whole country.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Because everyone in America doesn't like France, it makes me love France even more.
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    People just have a tendency to jump on the France hating bandwagon.

    ENTJs seem to me like they'd turn high school and college into a playground for themselves.


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    ESTP's turn it into their glory days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
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    You heard me. The hate is not logical.

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    It really isn't logical, but I was working last year with French and Irish. I hate to say the ones that I work with at least were very racist. The Irish person kept trying to correct pronunciation. Now I have a mid-western accent, if she really didn't like it, she didn't have to hire me. The French persons on the other hand, would only talk to each other and if they had anything to say to others it was always done in a condemning tone and higher than thou attitude. They didn't have higher educational degrees and I don't remember seeing them as falling from the aristocratic family line. So it just had to be a general dislike of others. I didn't feel so bad when I seen another new person that had just started also from France being treated like wise. My guess had to do with social ranks..???

    Of course this is based off of the few that I have met, just like we can't judge a whole country by a few of it members. But as many times I have run into these French it usually has the same feel about them. British on the other hand. Usually they are always great fun. I have had a few really good friends from them.

    I am hoping to meet a French person that will change my feelings towards them and until that happens. I stand as far away from them as possible. lol
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