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    Meaning what does this forum mean to you? Why do you come here?

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    I think that probably the entire forum already knows the answer in my case.

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    I come here to observe people, their thoughts and ideas so that I could compare them to my own. I accumulate new aspects and different viewpoints to get a better understanding of the "big picture" and basically...learn while doing nothing that would need me to really interact with people. MBTI is only running slowly in the background, it doesn't really interest me anymore to such an extent as it used to. I guess I'm just used to this forum, so it's a good way to kill some time when I'm not otherwise busy. Oh, and I can practice my English, that's always a good thing.

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    To me, this forum means I'm going to bed 4h later than I planned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Meaning what does this forum mean to you? Why do you come here?
    I can feel myself turning into an MBTI robot against my will.

    Starting with my fingers, my hands are becoming metallic, and they are starting to type the words all by themselves.

    I wouldn't mind having metallic hands with a mind of their own except that my metallic hands are accompanied by a metallic taste in my mouth and my thoughts are starting to have a metallic tinge.

    It reminds me of the time I went under the anaesthetic to have my appendix out. It is as though I am dissolving in a large, black whirlpool. And I am afraid I will not ever come out again.

    It reminds me of the last time I had marijuana and the room started to look like a sinister chapel. Yes, along with the metallic hands, the metallic taste, the metallic thoughts disappearing in a whirlpool, I am slowly and inevitably becoming paranoid.

    As the sinister chapel closes in, I flee to the Golden Arches, to McDonald's. It is the sheer normality of McDonald's that appeases my paranoia.

    And it is with relief that I discover that each and every employee of McDonald's is required to do the MBTI personality test. And they are so nice to me, it is as though I am home.

    So it is McDonald's robots that reassure me and persuade me to keep on coming back again and again to this forum.

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    I came here originally to find useful information on making an INFJ-ISFP relationship work... but that is less of a mission now... and I confess I remain lurking here for three reasons:
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    • Entertainment (the interactions and skirmishes here are funny!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    I can feel myself turning into an MBTI robot against my will.

    Starting with my fingers, my hands are becoming metallic, and they are starting to type the words all by themselves.

    I wouldn't mind having metallic hands with a mind of their own except that my metallic hands are accompanied by a metallic taste in my mouth and my thoughts are starting to have a metallic tinge.

    It reminds me of the time I went under the anaesthetic to have my appendix out. It is as though I am dissolving in a large, black whirlpool. And I am afraid I will not ever come out again.

    It reminds me of the last time I had marijuana and the room started to look like a sinister chapel. Yes, along with the metallic hands, the metallic taste, the metallic thoughts disappearing in a whirlpool, I am slowly and inevitably becoming paranoid.

    As the sinister chapel closes in, I flee to the Golden Arches, to McDonald's. It is the sheer normality of McDonald's that appeases my paranoia.

    And it is with relief that I discover that each and every employee of McDonald's is required to do the MBTI personality test. And they are so nice to me, it is as thought I am home.

    So it is McDonald's robots that reassure me and persuade me to keep on coming back again and again to this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    I can feel myself turning into an MBTI robot against my will.

    Starting with my fingers, my hands are becoming metallic, and they are starting to type the words all by themselves.

    I wouldn't mind having metallic hands with a mind of their own except that my metallic hands are accompanied by a metallic taste in my mouth and my thoughts are starting to have a metallic tinge.

    It reminds me of the time I went under the anaesthetic to have my appendix out. It is as though I am dissolving in a large, black whirlpool. And I am afraid I will not ever come out again.

    It reminds me of the last time I had marijuana and the room started to look like a sinister chapel. Yes, along with the metallic hands, the metallic taste, the metallic thoughts disappearing in a whirlpool, I am slowly and inevitably becoming paranoid.

    As the sinister chapel closes in, I flee to the Golden Arches, to McDonald's. It is the sheer normality of McDonald's that appeases my paranoia.

    And it is with relief that I discover that each and every employee of McDonald's is required to do the MBTI personality test. And they are so nice to me, it is as thought I am home.

    So it is McDonald's robots that reassure me and persuade me to keep on coming back again and again to this forum.
    Maybe if the Golden Arches are so , you should stop frequenting MickeyD's? Which would, naturally, stop your visits to this forum.

    Break the cycle, allow the Tinman to find his heart! MickeyD's is bad for your heart, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    I can feel myself turning into an MBTI robot against my will.

    Starting with my fingers, my hands are becoming metallic, and they are starting to type the words all by themselves.

    I wouldn't mind having metallic hands with a mind of their own except that my metallic hands are accompanied by a metallic taste in my mouth and my thoughts are starting to have a metallic tinge.

    It reminds me of the time I went under the anaesthetic to have my appendix out. It is as though I am dissolving in a large, black whirlpool. And I am afraid I will not ever come out again.

    It reminds me of the last time I had marijuana and the room started to look like a sinister chapel. Yes, along with the metallic hands, the metallic taste, the metallic thoughts disappearing in a whirlpool, I am slowly and inevitably becoming paranoid.

    As the sinister chapel closes in, I flee to the Golden Arches, to McDonald's. It is the sheer normality of McDonald's that appeases my paranoia.

    And it is with relief that I discover that each and every employee of McDonald's is required to do the MBTI personality test. And they are so nice to me, it is as though I am home.

    So it is McDonald's robots that reassure me and persuade me to keep on coming back again and again to this forum.
    Old McDonald had a nut house. E I E I O.

    And in this house he had a Victor. E I E I O.

    With a "Whoopee" here and a "Whoopee" there.

    "Whoopee", "Whoopee", everywhere a "Whoopee".

    Old McDonald had a Victor. E I E I O.

    ps - if you find McDonald's "normal".... Well, I'm just going to leave it at that.

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