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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    I don't know much about professional wrestling, but it sounds a bit like specialized moves, like piledriver or something. I do like fighting video games, so maybe it can be a combo move. The INFJ Doorslam, the ENTJ Steamroll, the ENFP Flakeout, maybe there are more or better terms to coin.
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    I'm INTP and it's too much work to slam a door.
    How am I supposed to remember what's behind it?
    If I forget and open it, should I slam it again?
    Is it sufficient to just kinda swing it?
    Do I need to lock it too?
    Is guarding the door necessary?

    I'm INTP and it's too much work to slam a door.
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    Why doorslam when you can use force fields?

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    What is doorslamming exactly? Google will tell me nothing
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    Quote Originally Posted by fia View Post
    I dare you to doorslam the hippies.

    Ooh, I see what you did there.

    Doorslammin' mah brainz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenENFJ View Post
    Bwahahaha, *wipe tear away from eye* this is hilarious. Although, if y'all were serious about throwing around the doorslam I would be like, "Don't slam doors. Think about the face on the other side... and the poor door." Really, a gentle closing is preferable right?
    Naw, man. If you're gonna close a door, you gotta do it with balls. You gotta slam that shit.

    Don't just set your pens down on your desk, either. Throw those fuckers on the desk so hard that the tips get stuck. Do the same thing with paper.

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    Hello! I thought that you all might enjoy a bit of doorslamming featured in the news:

    Alabama slams door on commercial harvest of wild freshwater turtles, their eggs and turtle parts
    MOBILE, Alabama -- Concerned by the growing efforts of turtle harvesters to feed an Asian market’s voracious appetite for turtle meat, Alabama officials imposed an emergency rule effective Sunday to end all commercial take of wild turtles, their eggs and turtle parts.

    The rule applies to all of the state’s public and private waters.

    Mark Sasser, nongame wildlife coordinator, said that officials told Conservation Commissioner Gunter Guy Jr., "The sooner we can stop it the better."

    By extending the ban to all waters — public and private — it closes potential loopholes, Sasser said. "We didn’t want anybody to be able to say, ‘Well, I caught these from a pond on my granddaddy’s place,’ or ‘They came from a slough down at my uncle Joe’s,"’ he said.

    In early March, the Press-Register reported warnings to the conservation board by two Auburn-based herpetologists, Craig Guyer and Jim Godwin, that the state’s turtle populations were under siege.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    Naw, man. If you're gonna close a door, you gotta do it with balls. You gotta slam that shit.
    Don't actually doorslam your balls.

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    Wow. That hurts just thinking about it, and I don't even have any.

    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    In early March, the Press-Register reported warnings to the conservation board by two Auburn-based herpetologists, Craig Guyer and Jim Godwin, that the state’s turtle populations were under siege.
    All I can keep imagining is a bunch of turtles in cheesy makeshift guerilla outfits hunkered down in a building riddled full of bullet holes.
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