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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilku View Post
    "However, this one might just top them all."
    eh? how is my post ridiculous, just cause i wouldnt bother mentioning how i arrived to my conclusions? it would be too much work and irrelevant.

    sure doing so leaves possibility of misinterpreting it but i couldnt bother writing an essay for every one piece of my thouhs! >=[
    i used to do so and i guess it either left people more convinced or simply too long for them to bear reading my impressive posts..
    Again, thank you for your invaluable contribution to my thread, I will address some of your comments later.
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    Here's a whole thread for you:
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...le-anyone.html

    I would copy and paste individual posts in, but pretty much anything by the OP in that thread would probably fit your bill. Enjoy.
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    Vladimir: What’s this all about? Seems we’ve been here for days, waiting.

    Estragon: I don’t really know. I think it’s about some system designed to…um…

    Vladimir: Cat got your tongue? Think! Stop letting your emotions muck everything up, you idiot.

    Estragon: There’s no reason to insult! I was just getting to the-

    Vladimir: Point?! To the point?!

    (Pause)
    Vladimir takes a swig from a small bottle in his breast pocket.
    V: I can wait…
    (Pause)

    Estragon: Well, I was about to say, it seems like a system that just leads you to…

    Vladimir: Yes? Yes? What?!? Spit it out, man!

    (Estragon is beginning to show signs of annoyance)
    Estragon: It just leads you back… to yourself.

    Vladimir (derisive tone): Oh is that it! I see it now! It’s a map that is actually a circle, or a moebius strip! No matter where you go it leads you right back to this spot. IS that it? Is that your profound insight? Can I go to sleep now? With your permission, Socrates?

    Estragon: Well, it’s just that it makes you feel good about what you already think about yourself. It gives you reason to stay where you are, even though you think it’s taking you someplace new.

    Vladimir: So what is it a theory of?

    Estragon: I guess it’s a theory… about nothing. It’s a ship in a round harbor. Bon voyage! Welcome home! It takes you on a prescribed course, then tells you what a wonderful reader of maps you are, how well you navigate, how much you are like the Great Sailors of old…that sort of thing.

    Vladimir: So it coddles you?

    Estragon: Basically, yes.

    Vladimir: Interesting. I’ll have to contemplate that, despite your ham-fisted and irrational delivery. (takes another swig, offers bottle to E.)

    Both recite:
    Now I sit
    Before fate
    My personality to contemplate
    A paper loop
    A shot of brandy
    Now it makes sense!
    A Perfect Circle of Tom Foolery
    From ego-syntonic typology!


    Both collapse in laughter.

    Fin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanton Moore View Post
    Vladimir: What’s this all about? Seems we’ve been here for days, waiting.

    Estragon: I don’t really know. I think it’s about some system designed to…um…

    Vladimir: Cat got your tongue? Think! Stop letting your emotions muck everything up, you idiot.

    Estragon: There’s no reason to insult! I was just getting to the-

    Vladimir: Point?! To the point?!

    (Pause)
    Vladimir takes a swig from a small bottle in his breast pocket.
    V: I can wait…
    (Pause)

    Estragon: Well, I was about to say, it seems like a system that just leads you to…

    Vladimir: Yes? Yes? What?!? Spit it out, man!

    (Estragon is beginning to show signs of annoyance)
    Estragon: It just leads you back… to yourself.

    Vladimir (derisive tone): Oh is that it! I see it now! It’s a map that is actually a circle, or a moebius strip! No matter where you go it leads you right back to this spot. IS that it? Is that your profound insight? Can I go to sleep now? With your permission, Socrates?

    Estragon: Well, it’s just that it makes you feel good about what you already think about yourself. It gives you reason to stay where you are, even though you think it’s taking you someplace new.

    Vladimir: So what is it a theory of?

    Estragon: I guess it’s a theory… about nothing. It’s a ship in a round harbor. Bon voyage! Welcome home! It takes you on a prescribed course, then tells you what a wonderful reader of maps you are, how well you navigate, how much you are like the Great Sailors of old…that sort of thing.

    Vladimir: So it coddles you?

    Estragon: Basically, yes.

    Vladimir: Interesting. I’ll have to contemplate that, despite your ham-fisted and irrational delivery. (takes another swig, offers bottle to E.)

    Both recite:
    Now I sit
    Before fate
    My personality to contemplate
    A paper loop
    A shot of brandy
    Now it makes sense!
    A Perfect Circle of Tom Foolery
    From ego-syntonic typology!


    Both collapse in laughter.

    Fin.
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    Samuel Beckett.
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    “Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Samuel Beckett.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brilliance
    also, btw, I strongly believe that any Extraverted Sensor, who has learned and studied how to Type people, for years...

    has a distinct advantage over all other types, in typing people, quickly/rapidly/with ease.

    because we are really good at sensing! duh

    so basically, I type incredibly quickly, because I can sense minute facial expressions/tweaks/details really quickly.
    almost...picture-like.

    my eyes are like a high-end digital SLR camera.
    Does anyone here see issues with this statement?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nonsense
    You don't remind me enough of Elfboy in my opinion to be an ENFP.
    .

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    intuitors only do emotional damage, and thats somehting i consider myself immune to. look at sensors, emotional damage is their weakness.
    I think this deserves a place here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolitaryWalker View Post
    Does anyone here see issues with this statement?
    The whole post is an issue, I wouldn’t know where to begin . I’ve learnt the hard way one should never discuss certain themes with a sensor, only smile and nod.
    I don’t wanna get wrinkles before my time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Bubble View Post
    I think this deserves a place here.
    Hello again, @Infinite Bubble.

    Indeed this was one of the finest moments of MBTI typing history

    But believe it or not he is finally making sense as of late, while his writing style is still...interesting.

    One question: does our sources have to come from this forum? I have some amazing contributions from somewhere else.
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