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    Still are. Was "Freudian slip" actually coined by Freud? i honestly don't know. i do encounter these slips by others at least once a month. i do not know my own frequency of these slips though. Could be Fe denial.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by professor goodstain View Post
    Still are. Was "Freudian slip" actually coined by Freud? i honestly don't know. i do encounter these slips by others at least once a month. i do not know my own frequency of these slips though. Could be Fe denial.
    No, he called it parapraxis.

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    Just checked this out. A parapraxis could come from an acute form of dyslexia common to all sexy people. Hope i didn't just spew a bunch of crap that everyone allready knew.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by professor goodstain View Post
    Just checked this out. A parapraxis could come from an acute form of dyslexia common to all sexy people. Hope i didn't just spew a bunch of crap that everyone allready knew.
    A man arrives at work with a smile on his face. His officemate asks him why he's so happy and he tells him that he has a freudian slip early that morning.

    "Freudian slip?" asks his friend.

    "Yeah. I said what I was thinking and not what I meant to say. I was in the deli this morning, the checkout girl was very helpful but she had large breasts - so on leaving, I meant to say, 'all the best,' but said 'all the BREAST' by accident. See? Freudian slip. Oh how we laughed..."

    The following morning his friend comes in to the office and says: "I had one of your freudian slips this morning. I was sitting with my wife having breakfast, when she asked me for the sugar. I meant to say, 'here you go dear', but instead, I said, 'fuck off you wench, you ruined my life.'"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    I know he was weird, but for the time, his insights were very brilliant. There was no concept or the subconscious until Freud came on the scene.
    You are only saying that because he was Jewish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    ...for the time, his insights were very brilliant. There was no concept or the subconscious until Freud came on the scene.
    Yes, although it's popular to denigrate Sigmund Freud, we all use the language he invented.

    And one might well think that they protest too much.

    And it is hard not to think that such popular denigration is a sign of psychological resistance - a psychological defence against knowing who we are.

    And perhaps it is confirmation of the very ideas they are resisting. As, "resistance", features prominently in Sigmund Freud's lexicon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    And it is hard not to think that such popular denigration is a sign of psychological resistance
    It's also hard not to think of popular denigration as evidence that some of the ideas just plain sucked.


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    Falcarius once accidentally called a friend of his a "Nazi" instead of her name "Nancy". He started calling her "Rapunzel" from then on, so he will never do it again and hence be much less likely to get clobbered over the head with a handbag.


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    For some odd reason, whenever I want to say the name of a girl I'm attracted to, I keep saying the name of the previous girl I was with. And whenever I want to actually say her name, I say the name of the girl I'm currently attracted to.

    Yeah I'm confused too.
    Falcarius The Dinosaur knows someone else who is known to do that on occasion.
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    Oh our 3rd person reference to ourselves denotes nothing more than we realize we are epic characters on the forum.

    Narcissism, plain and simple.

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    I remember playing amemory game with a bunch of people and everyone had to name animals and you had to say the name of the animals previously mentioned and then add a new one and so forth- anyway

    the guy next to me was bald- and one of the animals I needed to recite was eagle- but while looking at him I said Bald eagle-and of course since I added bald while looking at him- it was pretty obvious I was noticing and making a note of that in my mind and made him feel really self conscious-

    ohhh I felt so bad.
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    I think the WORST unconscious Freudy slip I ever made?

    I dated a guy, whom to my surprise, had a metrosexual mag on his table.

    After he told me that his parents questioned whether or not he was gay, I was starting to wonder too! (Due to a few of his unconscious hand gestures- may be just a very femme dude)

    In a convo, I asked him, "Blah Blah.. so how'dya know she'd make a good boyfriend?"

    Homeboy got so pissed. Laughed it off.. Hmm..

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