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    At the same time?



    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    At the same time?



    Bull. Shit.

    J's are soooo much better than P's. In every possible way.
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    sp/sx/so

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    Na uh man

    Pness all they way.

    Plus, ENTP's are some mad party people. YOU are just jealous cause you can not get down like we can!
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Na uh man

    Pness all they way.

    Plus, ENTP's are some mad party people. YOU are just jealous cause you can get down like we can!
    i believe you mean can't*
    and i'm not jealous of that. as i've said in another thread, I would MUCH rather be at home with inanimate objects.
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    No, I mean "can not"
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    At the same time?



    Absolutely! Only a J might disagree.

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    I want nothing to do with "J" these days. There was a time when I thought I was an INTJ, and I probably was trying to use those functions to get ahead, but it was f'n exhausting and I was always frustrated or irritated with something or someone. I've since switched on my "P" full-time, even at work, and I love the way life just flows and feels all right, even in times of trouble...

    "J" is frustrating because you cannot control everything, and having constant expectations is incredibly frustrating when the results are not what was expected. "P" allow you to go with the flow and adjust to changing circumstance without too much resistance. Instead of problems, there are just other possibilities. I am so much more fascinated with everything these days, and moving forward without much discomfort. I don't even balance my bank account. I just know I have enough money.

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    My Pness...it's so huge
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurlyAdam View Post
    I want nothing to do with "J" these days. There was a time when I thought I was an INTJ, and I probably was trying to use those functions to get ahead, but it was f'n exhausting and I was always frustrated or irritated with something or someone. I've since switched on my "P" full-time, even at work, and I love the way life just flows and feels all right, even in times of trouble...

    "J" is frustrating because you cannot control everything, and having constant expectations is incredibly frustrating when the results are not what was expected. "P" allow you to go with the flow and adjust to changing circumstance without too much resistance. Instead of problems, there are just other possibilities. I am so much more fascinated with everything these days, and moving forward without much discomfort. I don't even balance my bank account. I just know I have enough money.

    Sold.
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    The J could organize it's actions and plan ahead for their next move in a fight against a P however, the P could randomly do things at a rapid speed thus completely frustrating and flustering the J.

    So, it's pretty much anybody's game. Both have their advantages.
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