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    Lies.

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    So basically you want to sit here and argue with both INTPs and ENTPs? poor, brave soul...

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    I can handle it
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    Even before seeing who started this thread...I had an inkling it was one of the NFs from the previous thread.

    Come, young grasshoppers, you want to learn so bad what ownage feels like, you choose the grandmasters against one another. The epic battle?

    Si Fe Ne Ti - muddle them around, depending on what is called for, for best ownage, and y'er still left with Fe Ti Ne and Si. Then, it becomes about individual character.

    Regardless, I'll make the first (and as I can't be bothered with new material, I'll copy and paste a posting from the "Appreciate an INTP" thread):

    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    I appreciate INTPs for being the pilot model for the wondrous phenomenon that finally became the...dun dun dun.....ENTPs!!!

    *THONK* *ZAP* *BOOM*

    Warning: coolness applied

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    *yawn*
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    Are sirens edible?

    If you try to cook their fishtail with some fennel and cilantro, is is still considered anthropophagy?
    "A man who only drinks water has a secret to hide from his fellow-men" -Baudelaire

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    *yawn*
    Feign interest, man! We have NFs to entertain (and teach)!!!

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    INTPs....hmm...there sure are a lot of them around here. Let's see. I've heard that they would prefer that I not walk over and try to talk to them at a party. Can't tell you how much that pisses me off.
    Quote Originally Posted by pippi View Post
    Fiver is correct, it is freeing to not have to impress someone, to be accepted for who you really are.

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    Yes, plz do impress me with your yoda skills

    And Blackmail...Sirens are lethal, read up on your folktales
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    And Blackmail...Sirens are lethal, read up on your folktales
    Does that imply that a mute siren could be palatable?

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    And besides, ENTPS don't believe in folktales. They rely on new experiences, they test everything.

    *make the court-bouillon simmer*

    *add a pinch of coarse salt*
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