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Thread: Sensor hate.

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    IRL I oftentimes seem to have mutually condescending relationships with sensors.

    On here, I generally get along with them as well as anyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aramis View Post
    Please teach me to not bump into sharp corners or knock over objects. :sad:
    I'm assuming that you are actually a sensor. Right? Ok. I know. So, what you need is an entp with a nice rack and some hip-handles to teach you how to avoid sharp corners. Basically what you do is follow the entp around for awhile and grab on to the hip-handles and pull yourself to the entp and then allow entp to push off of you and then repeat, this helps you to sensorically understand how to move back and forth, in and out of sharp-corner-rich areas. Also, knocking over objects can be very bad. I would suggest not having objects unless they are attached high up on a wall or in a closet with constructioni adhesive( I use Liquid Nails).

    That's what you sensors are good for, right? Not thinking or being rational about your feelings, but just knowing how the eff your body works? The intuitives like myself need an injection of sensor into their body every so often to stay on this planet. Oh, you're sick if you're thinking of a certain kind of injection. But, if you are, high five, your mind is as twisted as mine. Muahaha!
    I agree here. Sensors can't even count higher than 20 or 21 if you're a male sensor. I think it's more important to know howyour body works than it is to understand basic mathmatic principles, when am I ever going to knead math skillz???? Its really interesting how many intuitives have wanted a sensor injection, even when they are married or coupled. Speaking of which, I think I remember an episode of "Outer Limits" wheere these people were on spaceships and they were beamed back and forth from ship to ship to copulate and theen something happened and it was really stupid, but either way, yeah, I always liked "Tales from the Darkside" better. Idk why, I liked the giant spider episode the best, although I was only 8 or something when i watched it. oh yeah, sensors, thats right, they don't know their arse from a hole in the ground.
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    S's are cool. Don't be hatin'.

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    I started this thread earlier after hearing about sensor hating in vent. It seems like a lot of intuitives have this condescending attitude toward sensors. They're viewed as shortsighted, shallow, boring, and unimaginative. So, this leads to a mentality of "I don't want to be a Sensor."

    Sensing, intuition, they're just different points on the same spectrum. However, I'm sure living in a society like America's, the overwhelming sensor-like qualities you find in culture and people makes intuitives resentful toward their opposites.


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    No. I look down on stupid and/or unpleasant people of all types, and look up to smart and/or cool people of any type.
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    many sensors are the type of people that i look down to, but some of them are cool.

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    I think I might be lost without sensors in my life.

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    they're good in bed?

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    Just hate me so I can sleep tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onceuponatime View Post
    Just hate me so I can sleep tonight.



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