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    ISTP: interesting, but what do you use it for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    ISTP: interesting, but what do you use it for?
    I suppose I could squeeze that one in. Any types we haven't done yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    And use your keyboard to type. Starting off:

    INTP: "It makes sense to me. Now I will use this system to observe and understand."
    INTJ: "It makes sense to me. Now I will return to my previous engagements."

    ISTJ: Consider themselves to have the capabilities of every type. "Yes, I see, hmm. As well as being responsible, I also am rational, friendly, and creative."

    ESFP: Irrelevant to them, they have innate possibly superior tools (Greek to me as INTP) "OK. I'm going out now."
    ISFP: "Ooh..I love the pretty colors on your MBTI chart. I'm gonna read all about this fascinating stuff and...hey! that dog has a puffy tail! Hee hee..here Puff!...."--Jeffster
    ISTP: They don't care. "What do you use it for? I'm going to work on my truck." --Randomnity/Flak

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    : Pretend to accept it as fact but secretly try to prove the whole system is meaningless. "We're all angels. *laugh and/or cry*"
    INFP: Use the system to explain all of their flaws...every type has flaws, but i tend to see INFPs emphasize their own flaws more so than other types} "Aww, finally an excuse to be emo... " --BabylonCandle
    I would agree, except I would say we are all devils! But cute ones! Loveable ones!

    Otherwise, yeah...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    ISTP: interesting, but what do you use it for?
    Hmmm, yeah! That is what my husband said.

    "Okay, yeah...Got it. Why are you interested in this again?!"

    Frustrated the hell out of me, because it is just so clear that it is fascinating, even though it is probably way too simplified and might not even be super accurate, but it is just so GREAT!!! How do you explain that?

    So I said, "Well, it is the theory that is so wonderful! It is a fascinating insight into the person's being."

    "Hmm...okay...What are we going to have for dinner?"

    GAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

    Nahh, it was not that bad. I'm exaggerating...he is actually quite interested in the whole thing, but it is too complex to explain. I said it's interesting..."Why?" And what is this and what is that...and all these details...bah!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    But cute ones! Loveable ones!

    Otherwise, yeah...
    Aww. Now I feel bad, and I'll never make another joke about anybody ever again. JK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Aww. Now I feel bad, and I'll never make another joke about anybody ever again. JK.
    Noooo, please do joke!!!! It's great!!!!

    <gasp> WAIT A MINUTE!!! I saw the jk...you jerk!!!!!!!!!! :-P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Noooo, please do joke!!!! It's great!!!!

    <gasp> WAIT A MINUTE!!! I saw the jk...you silly guy!!!!!!!!!! :-P
    lol why did you change it from "jerk"? much more endearing, i thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    lol why did you change it from "jerk"? much more endearing, i thought.
    I thought I might get my butt banned...And, well, that would be a problem, as I also need this part of my body.

    Ahhh, what the hell...If they ban me, I'll go down laughing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    I thought I might get my butt banned...And, well, that would be a problem, as I also need this part of my body.

    Ahhh, what the hell...If they ban me, I'll go down laughing.
    That's my policy. I wouldn't worry about it though. "Alles Klar, Herr Kommissar?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    That's my policy. I wouldn't worry about it though. "Alles Klar, Herr Kommissar?"
    Hahaha! Schweeet!
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