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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    So what? I believe in staying physically fit myself. However, physical fitness is not correlated with intelligence.
    But it might be correlated with excellence. Striving to reach one's full capacity.

    Unless you think are perfect, you don't strive to reach your full potential in every single thing. People have preferences. You don't care about being magnanimous or open minded from your posts in this thread, for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    *snickers*

    You just said simpleton.

    You deserve something special now. A treat, like SARS or something.
    Care to give me some? ;p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    But it might be correlated with excellence. Striving to reach one's full capacity.

    Unless you think are perfect, you don't strive to reach your full potential in every single thing. People have preferences. You don't care about being magnanimous or open minded from your posts in this thread, for example.
    Well, it depends on how one goes about it. If one strives to reach his full (encompassing all facets of himself) capacity, then I can respect that. With your previous post, however, I received the impression that you were only referring to one specific characteristic, which was physical fitness.

    Of course one cannot reach his full potential in every aspect, but the desire and strive are what is equally important.

    Nevertheless, this has nothing to do with ESFPs being predisposed to stupidity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    Care to give me some?


    Oh no. My sickness isn't of a physical kind, but nice try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    Well, it depends on how one goes about it. If one strives to reach his full (encompassing all facets of himself) capacity, then I can respect that. With your previous post, however, I received the impression that you were only referring to one specific characteristic, which was physical fitness.
    I was. I'm asking, do you respect yourself? Do you strive to reach your full capacity in all things?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    Of course one cannot reach his full potential in every aspect, but the desire and strive are what is equally important.
    Yep. How about start trying to be a little nicer? Capacity overflow?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    Nevertheless, this has nothing to do with ESFPs being predisposed to stupidity.
    It has to do with people's predisposition to have preferences. Things they are more inclined to naturally strive to be good at it. Like NTs and intellectual pursuits. Like NFs and relationships with other people. etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    Don't flatter yourself. I don't care to waste time arguing with simpletons, especially of the traitorous kind.
    lol @ Edgar being "traitorous" for calling out another INTJ on his bullshit. As if some sort of sort unspoken moral alliance has to occur between people who share the same Myers-Briggs type. Good work, tertiary Fi.

    also lol @ everyone who doesn't immediately agree with all of Lex's utter nonsense being labeled a "simpleton" or "cretin." You can pluck all the synonyms for "idiot" from a thesaurus that you want, but it's not going to make your faulty reasoning any better.

    This thread is hysterical, and Lex is the most hypocritically retarded n00b we've had since SUPER.

    Lex, do you have any idea how stereotypically childish INTJ you sound? You think the ideas you're offering in this thread are somehow unique or original? You think we haven't heard this exact same ignorant bullshit from childish/undeveloped INTJs before?

    Don't flatter yourself, buddy. You're like the kid from Alabama who shows up on day one of college philosophy and tells everyone they're all going to Hell for not accepting Christ as their lord and savior. Like the philosophy class, we've heard everything you have to say from similarly immature INTJs so many times that you're acting out a cliched stereotype--and worse yet, you don't even realize it. You're so intent on believing that your ideas are novel and original that you don't realize every other self-enlightened 20 year old INTJ on the planet has already gone through this phase and said everything you're saying now.

    The worst thing about dumb INTJs is the way they'll cling religiously to their image of themselves as smarter and more original than everyone else, no matter how increasingly evident it becomes that they're way off the mark.

    I'd give up the whole typology thing and just make yourself a nice tin foil hat, pronto.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    I hope these statements are just for "teh lulz." Because if you really do believe this shit, you're quite the retard.

    And yes, feel free to add me to your fearsome shit list. God knows I've had more competent enemies than those who believed that a Myers Briggs type gave them special powers.
    This ESFP thinks so too!



    Maybe him and Lex can be best friends forever?

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    ^if i'm really an esfp, i must quell those type of stereotypes

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    ^if i'm really an esfp, i must quell those type of stereotypes
    So should we all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    lol @ Edgar being "traitorous" for calling out another INTJ on his bullshit. As if some sort of sort unspoken moral alliance has to occur between people who share the same Myers-Briggs type.

    I FIGHT FOR ME!


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