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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    Arguing whether dogs & dog-owners or cats & cat-owners are superior or inferior based on whether pets reflect the personal habits of their owners anything is stupid. Predictably so.

    Besides any animal is preferable to an ENTP human animal. Much less mouthy.

    /cackle
    Damn straight, and they don't complain that you aren't paying attention/paying too much attention to them. Or whine about bills, how their clothes look on them, or argue over politics and religion.


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    INFX like cats - i have noticed this. LOL easy isn't it?

    i think the reason is subconscious. cats behave just like INFxs. it is natural to be attracted to things that resemble your inner feelings.

    that being said people are rarely attracted to people who look like themselves on the outside.

    except for high school sluts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I like cats. I am an extrovert.

    People who are more like dogs like dogs. People who are more like cats like cats. Dogs are fine, but they're also goofy, dirty, indiscriminate and needy. When a cat likes you it means something. When a dog likes you, it doesn't really mean anything.
    Of course it's all projection.

    Animals look conscious because they have emotions, but unlike us, they are not conscious of their emotions.

    And so, quite naturally we project our consciousness into them.

    This is fun as long as we remember we are projecting.

    When we forget we are projecting, we become pathetic.

    In our hearts we all pity those who treat animals as people in order to meet their emotional and social needs.

    We pity those who treat animals as surrogate children. And we pity those who treat animals as surrogate friends. And we are a bit horrified by those who treat animals as surrogate spouses.

    But as long as we remember we are projecting our consciousness onto pets, they can be a lot of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Of course it's all projection.

    Animals look conscious because they have emotions, but unlike us, they are not conscious of their emotions.

    And so, quite naturally we project our consciousness into them.

    This is fun as long as we remember we are projecting.

    When we forget we are projecting, we become pathetic.

    In our hearts we all pity those who treat animals as people in order to meet their emotional and social needs.

    We pity those who treat animals as surrogate children. And we pity those who treat animals as surrogate friends. And we are a bit horrified by those who treat animals as surrogate spouses.

    But as long as we remember we are projecting our consciousness onto pets, they can be a lot of fun.
    Whatever, I enjoy being pathetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacey View Post
    Whatever, I enjoy being pathetic.
    Pathos is one of the three modes of persuasion in Rhetoric along with Logos and Ethos.

    So rather than being pathetic, you are apathetic.

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    The only thing thats pathetic about the whole thing is, who asks the cats ?

    But given the truth that my infj behaves like a female cat, I find it totally appropiate as a lion to just not sleep when I need to feed
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    Well, I'm an ENFP, my dad is an ENTJ/ESTJ and my mom is an ISFP and believe it or not: yes we DO have a cat. Our cat is a 3-year-old ESFP named Patsy and she terrorises our lives. But we don't care, we love her company. We got her because I don't have any brothers or sisters and it made me feel lonely back then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    I love cats.



    Tinkerbell. The most doglike cat on this planet.
    Tell your cat to put some pants on.

    I can totally see its ass.
    Listen to me, baby, you got to understand, you're old enough to learn the makings of a man.

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    I want a cat.

    Unfortunately, my mother doesn't, so I'll have to move out first.
    Then I can upload tons of pics to icanhascheezburger.

    Tee hee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andonuts View Post
    I'm allergic to cats. Furthermore, I am not an "animal person." But I might be an "animal" person.

    If you catch my drift.
    Sounds yifftastic.

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