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    8 29.63%
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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    Bait interplay equals fun. It can however, if not careful, become a big ole bog of mindfuckery. So befor you chose to engage be sure you know what realm you are entering.






    Bait me!
    I bet you cant catch this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    No type is more susceptible to "baiting" than any other by default.

    Such a predisposition is a factor of how worldly, how street smart, and experienced with interpersonal relationships a given individual is.

    Someone who has had a limited number social interactions, with a limited number of people, with limited types of people, in different regions, in different seetings, and for different purposes will obviously bee "easy" to "bait."

    I will also add that knowledge, or lack therof, of different cultures, values, and social norms can also signisicantly add or detract from a given individual's ability to be "baited."

    There is alot at play in this question.

    I'm an ESTP/7w8/sx/so who grew up in three different cities in Germany and has lived in six of the United States of America, while having traveled to many other U.S. States and countries for personal recreation and/or business. I DARE YOU TO TRY AND BAIT ME.

    My wife is an INFJ/1w9 and has had a totally different upbringing than me, but has incredibly strong interpersonal intuition, and will jack-slap someone trying to bullshit her just as quickly as I will.

    There is very little MBTI at play in this question at all, frankly.



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    Yep, this. I'm ENFP, and I have triggers, but they are overridden by my perception of the other's intentions. For instance, with the first guy to answer with 'ENFP' (@Evan) my first suspicion was that he was hoping to bait an ENFP with his response to get the thrill of manipulatory triumph. I'm just paranoid like that, probably from growing up where there were always people trying to take advantage or mess with you for their advantage. I also don't really enjoy bait and troll games, probably for the same reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Yep, this. I'm ENFP, and I have triggers, but they are overridden by my perception of the other's intentions. For instance, with the first guy to answer with 'ENFP' (@Evan) my first suspicion was that he was hoping to bait an ENFP with his response to get the thrill of manipulatory triumph. I'm just paranoid like that, probably from growing up where there were always people trying to take advantage or mess with you for their advantage. I also don't really enjoy bait and troll games, probably for the same reasons.
    I think your first point about perception of the other's intentions was probably the best but I highlighted the point which I think could have the biggest consequence for whether or not I even bother posting in particular threads by particular people anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    I bet you cant catch this






    I want chocolate
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post





    I want chocolate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Yep, this. I'm ENFP, and I have triggers, but they are overridden by my perception of the other's intentions. For instance, with the first guy to answer with 'ENFP' (@Evan) my first suspicion was that he was hoping to bait an ENFP with his response to get the thrill of manipulatory triumph. I'm just paranoid like that, probably from growing up where there were always people trying to take advantage or mess with you for their advantage. I also don't really enjoy bait and troll games, probably for the same reasons.
    Heh, no, I was really serious -- at least out of the people I know, the ENFPs tend to fall for things more readily than other types. Small sample, though.

    I wish I were clever enough to have used that post as bait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
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    Warm bottles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post



    Warm bottles.
    http://www.wikihow.com/Pee-in-a-Bottle
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    It's easier to bait open types than closed types. People that keep what is important closer to the chest are more difficult to get a bite out of. You might think extroverts, but it isn't hard to see what is important to introverts either. People that have their ego invested in something are easy to bait.

    Halla is right. It isn't type related. Although I reckon I could bait Halla pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    It's easier to bait open types than closed types. People that keep what is important closer to the chest are more difficult to get a bite out of. You might think extroverts, but it isn't hard to see what is important to introverts either. People that have their ego invested in something are easy to bait.

    Halla is right. It isn't type related. Although I reckon I could bait Halla pretty good.

    I think we need a baiting thread.


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