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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Not buying it, Sim. You have a long history of contradicting yourself in this forum.
    Here's more of your restrictive nonsense:
    No seriously, it was a joke. That's what the was for. You can get away with slightly more insulting jokes with Fs if you use emoticons; I don't understand it either but it apparently works.

    Also NTPs use self-contradiction as a form of humor at times. It gets us into messes sometimes, though, because people won't believe we were actually joking...which is even more hilarious!

    EDIT: Actually I've seen NTJs do it, too...note this Edgar example from Amargith's signature:

    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar
    I am a caring, nurturing, supportive altruist... and all the rest of you are fucking ingrates. Also, harden the fuck up.
    I could respond by saying, "GOSH EDGAR, I DON'T THINK A SUPPORTIVE ALTRUIST WOULD USE SUCH ABUSIVE LANGUAGE, CLEARLY YOU HAVE NO CONSISTENCY OF THOUGHT!"

    But then I'd be completely missing the point, wouldn't I? He knows about the contradiction and that's where the humor comes from, get it? The emoticon at the end in my post implies this; you can think of it as saying, "Haha, I know this doesn't quite follow with what I just said, but I'm saying it anyway for humor value because there's some grain of truth to it even if it's not literally 100% true in all cases!"

    Srsly, ask some FJs; they are experts at emoticon placement.




    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Do you enjoy making up shit about people, or what?

    Anyone with a modicum of intelligence would know better than to make sweeping claims about so many different types of people like you do.
    I'm going to start calling you: Archie-fucking-Bunker.
    Look man, I think I'm done correcting threads where you [mis]interpret everything I say and the motivation behind it. Call me whatever you want.

    You need to stop taking Ne generalizations literally. You sure do stay on the surface a lot for somebody who claims to be such a deep explorer.

    As long as we're going with nicknames, for you, I choose:



    It's this charming little children's book where the title character takes everything way too literally. (For instance, someone says, "Let's hit the road!" and she picks up a stick and starts literally striking the road! It's comedy gold!)

    The only difference is that she doesn't realize she's doing this, but you do and continue to do so just to be annoying!

    Nonetheless it's a cute nickname though.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Haha, you two are hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    No seriously, it was a joke.
    If I post 20 words to you, I get 2000 back.
    My new nickname for you is: "Rambling Boy."



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    LORD I WAS BORN A RAMBLIN' MAAAAANNNN



    Come on Amelia,

    Don't you like word play?

    All work and no play makes Amelia a dull boy.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post


    Clearly that poor girl is showing disappointment with the size of your cock.

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    lol @ Se
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post

    I could respond by saying, "GOSH EDGAR, I DON'T THINK A SUPPORTIVE ALTRUIST WOULD USE SUCH ABUSIVE LANGUAGE, CLEARLY YOU HAVE NO CONSISTENCY OF THOUGHT!"
    The only consistent thoughts I have involve my undying love for Emma Watson.
    Listen to me, baby, you got to understand, you're old enough to learn the makings of a man.

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    Hey now, there's another thread on just that topic blowing up at this very moment, and I have a feeling it could use some of your uniquely sensitive touch.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Jag vs Sim ->


    Dont make me have to step in, I dont fight fair {hide behind my back}

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    HANK HILL!!!!




    While your points here are fine, none of them contradict what I said and my original point still stands. Point being, FPs seem to overestimate their own logical abilities because they mistake personal feelings for logic--I didn't say anything about TPs and their ability to use or not use logic. I don't see many TPs claiming to be extremely in touch with their emotions; most of us acknowledge our weakness in this area--and yet, FPs still seem to think they're highly proficient in both emotional and logical thought, which most aren't.
    FPs have Fi strength with a weaker use of Te. Therefore we probably do apply our ethics with a certain amount of logic to the actual external world.

    We aren't masters of logic - but honestly I ascribe that to NTJs more than anyone. We aren't complete failures at it, either. I did quite well when I studied pure logic in my college maths. That doesn't mean that I think I have extremely wonderfully strong logic, because I don't, but we're not as deficient at it as you would like to imply.

    How do you describe an NFP with a degree in higher maths or science? They don't have a good grasp of logic? O rly?

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