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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Yes, plus a facepalm eventually associated.
    And this one:
    ~ g e t f e s t i v e ! ~


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    ENFJ - Turn the gun holder into a follower and then inspire him to go to school and better himself.
    ISTJ - Jump on him and smack him in the head with the gun.
    INFJ - Get in a conversation with him about all the traumas he went through as a child that led him to this moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    ESTJ Get shot
    ESFJ Get shot
    ISTJ Get shot
    ISFJ Get shot
    ESTP Get shot
    ESFP Get shot
    ISTP Get shot
    ISFP Get shot
    ENTJ Get shot
    ENFJ Get shot
    INTJ Get shot
    INFJ Get shot
    ENTP Get shot
    ENFP Get shot
    INTP Get shot
    INFP Get shot
    LMFAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily flower View Post
    ENFJ - Turn the gun holder into a follower and then inspire him to go to school and better himself.
    ISTJ - Jump on him and smack him in the head with the gun.
    INFJ - Get in a conversation with him about all the traumas he went through as a child that led him to this moment.
    That's a good way to interpret the question. "A gun was held up to someone (of each type), and they successfully thwarted the attack. How do they do it?"

    I like those xNFJ answers.

    ESTP: Cons the gun holder out of their gun... as well as their shoes, and the entire contents of their wallet
    IxTP: Gets the gun holder to let them join their criminal enterprise, only to disarm them as soon as they gain their trust
    ENTP: Tricks the gun holder into surrendering, by claiming to be a high-ranking intelligence figure with snipers pointing at the building and a SWAT team en route
    ENTJ: Was very well prepared, due to reading several books on hostage negotiation beforehand
    xNFP: Sizes them up, finds their insecurities, and Te-bitchslaps them so hard that they drop the gun and run away crying
    ~ g e t f e s t i v e ! ~


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    One might wonder: Is the gun is actually loaded? Is this gunman's hand trembling? Is he sweating? Does he have tunnel vision? Am I close enough to reach his gun hand? What can I say to get closer to his gun hand? Will anyone around us be hurt if he squeezes off a shot? Which angle can I move his gun hand away from my occupied space that will result in the least amount of damage? Have I been thinking too long? Well... here goes nuthin'.

    That would sum it up for me. Nothing good will transpire if you just let it happen.

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    IN_P: Walk away, only to learn much later that someone was holding a gun to them.

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    Does she/he have to inflict a fatal wound ? Cause if not that sounds like fun heuheuheuehue ...

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    ISFJ~ Guilt-trip them.
    INFJ~ Shut down, creep them out so badly with that frozen expression that the gunperson drops the gun and runs screaming from the room.
    ESFJ~ Inform them that their ancestors weep in shame at their actions.
    ISTP~ Take them down, consider shooting everyone else anyway.
    ESTP~ Run a con.
    ESFP... of either sex~ Seduce them.
    INTJ~ Planned for this.
    ENTJ~ (Tries to) shout them down.
    ISTJ~ Panic button long since pressed. Finds an obvious solution.
    ESTJ~ Rant about how it's an outrageous conspiracy. Possibly the first one shot.
    ENFJ~ Converts the gunperson into one of their cult members.
    INFP~ is with the fairies. If the gunperson is mean, they may be provoked into unexpected physical violence.
    ENFP~ Ne-Te bitchslap, baby.
    ISFP~ Tries to calm the guy down. Plans an awesome art project for if/when they get out.
    INTP~ Considers doing something. Puts it off 'till later.
    ENTP~ TWo possible outcomes: either they creatively insult the gunperson and are shot almost immediately, or they manipulate them into surrendering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiharu View Post
    INFJ~ Shut down, creep them out so badly with that frozen expression that the gunperson drops the gun and runs screaming from the room.
    Yes. I have an ENFJ friend who does this to people. Thank goodness I haven't been on his bad side yet!!
    ESFJ~ Inform them that their ancestors weep in shame at their actions.
    Or just say "What would your mother think of the way you've turned out??" -- prompting a flashback to the gunman's childhood; and pretty soon the gunman is hugging the ESFJ and the ESFJ is comforting them, while behind their back signaling for someone else to call the authorities.
    INTJ~ Planned for this.
    As did the ISTP.
    ESTJ~ Rant about how it's an outrageous conspiracy. Possibly the first one shot.
    Nah, you're thinking INFJs. We aren't the conspiracy theorists.

    ESTJ - Issues a Citizen's Arrest. Whether they're shot or not, as a result of that, depends on how much the ESTJ has learned from watching every season of "24" at least fifty times
    INTP~ Considers doing something. Puts it off 'till later.
    ENTP~ TWo possible outcomes: either they creatively insult the gunperson and are shot almost immediately, or they manipulate them into surrendering.
    ~ g e t f e s t i v e ! ~


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    whip out my own fucking gun and shoot them first?

    and then cry about it for hours.

    seriously though, i like this: http://www.nononsenseselfdefense.com/activeshooter.html

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