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    damn i missed it! what happened? we won? whohhoo!

    i guess..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I'm just happy to have had the chance to boost the self esteem of those who truly needed it. I will let you wear your little crowns with pride, princesses.

    I think we win just because Jeno is one of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I'm just happy to have had the chance to boost the self esteem of those who truly needed it. I will let you wear your little crowns with pride, princesses.

    A typical token write-off. Good job.
    Marmandahalf - take a moment to notice this is exactly the kind of response I was referring to in our conversation. I can always count on you ENTPs to pull out this kind of response. Very predictable.

    Quote Originally Posted by marmandahalf View Post
    I think we win just because Jeno is one of us.
    Oh yes. And that's a logical arguement.
    Way to use your T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    A typical token write-off. Good job.
    Marmandahalf - take a moment to notice this is exactly the kind of response I was referring to in our conversation. I can always count on you ENTPs to pull out this kind of response. Very predictable.
    And a predictable response from a sore loser... oh, I mean a sore winner? Or actually I mean a sore person who started a game, made up the rules as he went along, jumped in and took a side, then declared that side a winner? Yeah, predictable...

    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    Oh yes. And that's a logical arguement.
    Way to use your T.
    And since when do you know anything about logic? please see above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    damn i missed it! what happened? we won? whohhoo!

    i guess..........
    Statements such as these don't hold any leverage with the popular consensus. People out there are too intelligent and can see right through these shananigans. So in all reality, this statement actually negates some points due to the assumption behind it being so novice.

    Your statement or mine? You ask due to the ambiguity of where "this statement" was placed. Since it is after "So in all reality", i guess it could be a tossup.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    this wasn't a real 'battle' in any sense of the word. it was ridiculous to start with. a joke. a game. therefore, understood that no one would actually be trying to win. i know i don't start seriously swinging just because someone posts a flame-ish pic and says, "GO!" and, i hope no one else would either.

    that said, this is when the ENFPs lost:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    And a predictable response from a sore loser... oh, I mean a sore winner? Or actually I mean a sore person who started a game, made up the rules as he went along, jumped in and took a side, then declared that side a winner? Yeah, predictable...
    Yep. My rules. My game. No fair? Who's the sore loser now?
    Really - do you find my response that of a sore loser? I'm just pointing out how predictable you ENTPs are. Nothing more.

    And since when do you know anything about logic? please see above.
    I think I have the basics down, thanks. I see no point in learning the rocket science part of it when you guys forget the basics yourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by professor goodstain View Post
    Statements such as these don't hold any leverage with the popular consensus. People out there are too intelligent and can see right through these shananigans. So in all reality, this statement actually negates some points due to the assumption behind it being so novice.

    Your statement or mine? You ask due to the ambiguity of where "this statement" was placed. Since it is after "So in all reality", i guess it could be a tossup.
    hey you! statements such as yours make no fucking sense.

    i was only half excited that we apparently won...not as much fun when you miss it. : /

    is this about the tomatoes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    Yep. My rules. My game. No fair? Who's the sore loser now?
    Really - do you find my response that of a sore loser? I'm just pointing out how predictable you ENTPs are. Nothing more.


    I think I have the basics down, thanks. I see no point in learning the rocket science part of it when you guys forget the basics yourselves.
    If you were really predicting anything, you would say it before they did.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    Yep. My rules. My game. No fair? Who's the sore loser now?
    Really - do you find my response that of a sore loser? I'm just pointing out how predictable you ENTPs are. Nothing more.
    You wouldn't have made that comment if you really felt that you had won fairly. But your game, your rules... and no one ever taught me how to play the game of "Delusion".



    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    I think I have the basics down, thanks. I see no point in learning the rocket science part of it when you guys forget the basics yourselves.
    basics, rocket science? what are you on about? make sure you stay in the kiddie pool, mmkay hon?

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