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    Josta: ENTP (may it rest in peace)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Nah, Mountain Dew has got to be an SP of some sort. It's all about the doing. With offshoots like "Code Red" and "Baja Blast." The Dew has no theoretical interests, it just wants to tear things up and make an impact.
    Yes, Code Red definately SP. It makes anyone who drinks it SP too! At least for an hour or two!

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    i would like to petition to have mountain dew changed to ISTP.

    unless ESTPs, "the promoter", are chugging the dew while they're out working the used car lot, i think this is more appropriate for the adventurous and thrill-seeking ISTP! havent you seen the commercials?! it's an x-treme drink for an x-treme type!




    i dont drink it though, i drink mostly water. that much caffiene, are you crazy? i would be up past my bedtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    i would like to petition to have mountain dew changed to ISTP.

    unless ESTPs, "the promoter", are chugging the dew while they're out working the used car lot, i think this is more appropriate for the adventurous and thrill-seeking ISTP! havent you seen the commercials?! it's an x-treme drink for an x-treme type!
    Until the next Dew petition comes along...

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    Vitamin water?

    ISFP, I guess.

    This thread is making me thirsty...

    Why Red Bull INTJ?
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    I know I become ESFP if I drink Red Bull and vodka. And you should see my ESFP friend.

    Strangely enough, the first Red Bull I drank was given to me by an INTJ, many years ago.

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    Beaver Buzz = EN/SFP

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    Jones soda - INFP or INTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Vitamin water?

    ISFP, I guess.

    This thread is making me thirsty...

    Why Red Bull INTJ?
    INTJ drinkers like their drinks scientifically formulated!

    Buying Red Bull is a deliberated choice because almost any other energy drink is cheaper, therefore buyers of the drink are more likely to have though out their action beforehand- it just seems very INTJ!
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