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View Poll Results: Do you expect your SO to complete a "honey do" list on his/her day off?

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  • SJ - Yes, I have a honey do list.

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  • NF - Yes, I have a honey do list.

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  • NT - Yes, I have a honey do list.

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  • SP - Yes, I have a honey do list.

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  • SJ - No, I don't

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  • NF - No, I don't

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  • NT - No, I don't

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  • SP - No, I don't

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    whatever. You said, "To-do lists are nothing more than passive-aggressive nagging." Sounded definitive to me. Sorry, next time I'll mentally add the TO YOU part.
    I'll play along with you, PeaceBaby. Prove that to-do lists aren't passive-aggressive nagging. How about you share some more concrete reasoning rather than projecting your own narrow experience on to everyone else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    whatever. I'm sure my hubs would disagree with you - and he'd do it decisively, ESTJ style.
    I'd still be right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    I'll play along with you, PeaceBaby. Prove that to-do lists aren't passive-aggressive nagging. How about you share some more concrete reasoning rather than projecting your own narrow experience on to everyone else?
    There's a book about that, it was called passive aggressive notes to begin with and was republished as your mother doesnt live here or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    I'll play along with you, PeaceBaby. Prove that to-do lists aren't passive-aggressive nagging. How about you share some more concrete reasoning rather than projecting your own narrow experience on to everyone else?
    Cool. But you're just indulging in a logical fallacy here, and you are the one who made it, not me. The onus of proof does not rest on my shoulders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I'd still be right.
    Nuh-uh. But you go ahead and believe ... whatever you want to. I simply find you proffering your opinion as some kind of vaunted fact illogical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    Nuh-uh. But you go ahead and believe ... whatever you want to. I simply find you proffering your opinion as some kind of vaunted fact illogical.
    If I'm right that means you are wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    Cool. But you're just indulging in a logical fallacy here, and you are the one who made it, not me. The onus of proof does not rest on my shoulders.
    On the contrary, you are the one who indulged in a logical fallacy.

    1) I stated my opinion.
    2) You attacked my opinion.
    3) You demanded evidence from me to support my opinion.
    4) You accused me of 'projecting'.


    Everything that has followed is a direct result of you attacking my opinion in the first place. The onus is on you. For everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    If I'm right that means you are wrong.
    You too are indulging in a logical fallacy, so who am I to try to bring you back to center? But of course, if you simply keep posting "I'm right" all the time, I will have to interpret this as trolling on your part.

    Offer up some facts that people who like getting a to do list progress and become "dependent" in other areas of their life. Where's the research, send me some links. Offer some anecdotal stuff. Why do you continue to offer opinion as fact?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    If I'm right that means you are wrong.
    No, it doesn't. It means that your opinions and preferences for a relationship differ from her husband's.

    End of conversation.

    Geez.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    On the contrary, you are the one who indulged in a logical fallacy.

    1) I stated my opinion.
    2) You attacked my opinion.
    3) You demanded evidence from me to support my opinion.
    4) You accused me of 'projecting'.

    Everything that has followed is a direct result of you attacking my opinion in the first place. The onus is on you. For everything.
    *sigh* There is no onus on me, reread what you wrote, and all I did was disagree.

    C'mon, all I am asking you to prove is that to do lists are passive aggressive nagging. But you can't prove or disprove it, it's all subjective. So why not admit to that? And we can call it even.
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    When people see some things as good,
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