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    Reptilian Snuggletron's Avatar
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    GROUP SNUGGLE, YA'LL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snuggletron View Post
    GROUP SNUGGLE, YA'LL
    There are dumb stereotypes everywhere. I like mine. You can't go wrong with a group hug unless I'm the group, in which case I grab on to one person and squeeze tightly. Texas style. I might let go, I might not...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    How come there are so few people majoring in physics then? Where are all those ENTPs, INTPs and INTJs? That's 3/8 or the types!
    This ENTP did choose physics right away and never blew something up (yet) No plans for blowing up anything, by the way. Too S.
    I wondered about that myself. Granted, the types mentioned are less common among the population, but still I suspect we lose a good number to other physical sciences, engineering, and math.

    As for me, I chose physics right away. I don't blow things up on the weekend, but I like fires, and I occasionally do in small, furry critters.

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