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    ESTPs are super(wo)men. They don't need a boat to get to other islands. They just swim.
    If a deaf INFP falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

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    ENTJ: Fix the hole in the boat and conquer the other 15 islands Viking-style
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I'm guessing that the other islands would hear an explosion from the direction of the ENTP island, followed by an "I'm alright!" from the survivors clinging to coconut trunks and trying not to land on a J island
    Wishful thinking ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSprout View Post
    They would probably take the whole experience as a test of their internal/spiritual fortitude. Or maybe even as relief from the draining burden of living amongst others. I can see them wandering their own ways to contemplate the mysteries of life like a bunch of monastics, some of them leading a more ascetic life than was even necessary.
    Hilarious. I'd call it the Corporate Prayer Island. INFJ's would naturally adapt to their surroundings because there is now a cause to champion, and work tirelessly on what needs to get done, only after the lengthiest group conversation on why each specific INFJ should do each specific task! Meanwhile, the ENTP's who without even knowing how it got started finished building a monkey powered helicopter, flew over and remarked on the excessive use of "Sorry" and "No you go first", used in the only INFJ conversation.
    "Truth stands true, independent of whether you agree with it or not."

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    My own image of being stranded on a desert island is different to Lord of The Flies but then I'm getting stranded with a bunch of endomorphic, paler skin toned red headed Amazons like from that phone ad and they want me to be their king and dont know that the water around the island is bikini dissolving...

    What, I'm not taking this serious alright, we'd probably die of thirst or starvation or something

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    1. cut the coconut in half
    2. extract some durable fibers from some plants from the island and make them into a looooooooong string
    3. make hole in the bottom other half of coconut
    4. tie the rope so that it comes thru the hole
    5. throw the half of coconut to the sea so that waves take it far far away
    6. make the string on other end longer when coconut sails further away
    7. when it stops sailing someone must have picked it up, now put the other end of the rope on the other half of coconut

    voila, you got a coconut phone with connection to someone
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    INFPs would use the whole island as a canvas for their ultimate artwork of blood and rotting bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    1. cut the coconut in half
    2. extract some durable fibers from some plants from the island and make them into a looooooooong string
    3. make hole in the bottom other half of coconut
    4. tie the rope so that it comes thru the hole
    5. throw the half of coconut to the sea so that waves take it far far away
    6. make the string on other end longer when coconut sails further away
    7. when it stops sailing someone must have picked it up, now put the other end of the rope on the other half of coconut

    voila, you got a coconut phone with connection to someone
    Why would an INTP want to talk to someone?
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    Why would an INTP want to talk to someone?
    it helps to get away from the other people on the island
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    Only if I'm not around................

    Edit: Or I'd be the only one to survive.
    I think INFP island would take slower to form, since INFPs can be indecisive whether or not it might be logical or emotional. Most will work on a plan by themselfs and the group will vote on it, but they will probably never get to it until much much later, because of procrastination and/or going into the pit of despair that they might never get off...
    Last edited by Cloudblue; 01-24-2010 at 07:37 PM.
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