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    Dreaming the life onemoretime's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZPowers View Post
    It's weird that Stalin-pus is so into Spain.
    The poster was from 1938. The Soviets were heavily involved in the ongoing Spanish Civil War.

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    damn... so it's NOT angry octopus revenge for pulpo en su tinta!
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Octopus is yummy...

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    i remember being really grossed out in the 9th grade when some kid brought in fried octopus, and there was a whole fried baby octopus in there. he threw it up in the air and munched down on it. all i could think about was the tentacles being tickly the whole way down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    I am a shiny orb of sunshine. It's just that my core actually burns. My rays aren't cardboard cutouts.
    Actually, your interjections are always rather unpleasant. I'm not sure what that has to do with cardboard.

    All I know is that I don't want your attitude defining Fi.

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    A world without Fe would be one in which no one had a clue about what anyone else was ever feeling. It'd be rather lonely.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
    (from Blue Velvet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Actually, your interjections are always rather unpleasant. I'm not sure what that has to do with cardboard.

    All I know is that I don't want your attitude defining Fi.
    Who the hell are you to talk to me about attitude? I should be ignoring this post. And no worries, you're the only one smart enough to take me seriously when she shouldn't around here. Now go get a fucking personality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    Who the hell are you to talk to me about attitude? I should be ignoring this post. And no worries, you're the only one smart enough to take me seriously when she shouldn't around here. Now go get a fucking personality.
    Typical.

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    My Fe feels toxicity on this thread.
    "Truth stands true, independent of whether you agree with it or not."

    "Don't let what matters least, matter most."

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    I have to really disagree with the sentiment of this thread. I'm not sure why Fi is being viewed as selfish. I know MBTI seems to define and put the Fe function on a pedestal of something magical that can understand everything and respond in a way that always makes people feel good. But let's face it, that's hugely theoretically bias; if someone uses Fe well they have the ability to understand well the immediate emotions of another and respond and influence in any manner they see fit, to fulfill whatever manipulative goals that person wants to fulfill or to make other people feel better. And you can't just further blame all action the Fe person might do on Fi by labeling it such and saying because we act, we use Fi and we are selfish. If you follow along this reasoning then you believe that all actions human beings take are selfish, and that the cause and effect relationships of physics or a computer program are selfish because they act depending on certain guidelines just as we do in our conscious minds. Human consciousness and human philosophy is just not that simple and clear-cut.

    And Fi on the other hand just evaluates the worth of a relationship with another human being and morals and ethics, etc. It can sometimes be selfish, but not anymore than Fe. This is the function that if it is valued strongly with another person can lead them to form loyal symbiotic relationships where trust is freely given and each feel motivated to want to do their part to help and enjoy one another, and can lead to acts of heroism since the person acting on Fi will want to protect or help those relationships they value. Without Fi, you lose morality and ethics and become only concerned with yourself.

    They go best hand-in-hand and neither is selfish by default. To understand another and form an Fi bond you need some Fe and to use Fe positively to make people feel better and happier you need to have some Fi as well or you wouldn't bother.

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