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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel De Mazarin View Post
    you slimy chameleon...



    ... are chameleons slimy?
    Nah. More like rough and dry.

    And about the T and F... I think we all use at least a little of our opposite decision making function.

    Oh and just out of curiosity what did you mean by "wooden heart"? Is that some phrase I'm not aware of? Or are you just saying that you value being not sensitive?

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    lol I shouldn't have said "T vs. F", it made it sound like a battle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    lol I shouldn't have said "T vs. F", it made it sound like a battle.
    F WINS. FATALITY.
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    Meh. Depends on what type of battle.

    My INTJ dad owns at guitar hero. But my pac man score is way higher than his.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    Just wondering why on earth I come across all these F types that want to be T types and all these T types that want to be F types.

    It's like yin and yang. F and T balance each other out and are both freaking awesome!!!


    Have some F pride dammit!
    Have some T pride dammit!
    A.) You are super cute!

    B.) I am sooooooo guilty of this.

    C.) It is difficult being an intelligent feeler because the *truth* often hurts and I hate having my feelings hurt.

    D.) Being emotionally sensitive is a bitch, I envy those who are emotionally apathetic. Lucky bastards.

    E.) Empathy is both a blessing and a curse.

    F.) It is easier to intellectualize and distance yourself away from others and the state of things than it is to fully absorb and empathize with them.

    G.) Damn you T's!!!
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    I'm an F and I have pride in my F-ness. I enjoy hanging around T's though cause of their different perspective.

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    I wouldn't give up being F because of the inner experiences I get from listening to music or reading literature or watching life. I don't want to give up the ecstatic highs I can get where everything has its own color, tone and mood and touches me personally. I don't know if pride is the right word, more that I like being F for the reasons above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    I wouldn't give up being F because of the inner experiences I get from listening to music or reading literature or watching life. I don't want to give up the ecstatic highs I can get where everything has its own color, tone and mood and touches me personally. I don't know if pride is the right word, more that I like being F for the reasons above.
    This and Dana's video are the truest things I have seen all day.
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    Someone watched!

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    I hope I can be as cool and wise as that man one day. That would be a nice life.
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