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    Default What does it mean when somebody calls you a joke?

    I've been called a joke and the biggest joke.. what does that even mean?
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    People telling other people they're a joke generally refers to the fact they think that person is not living up to their potential.

    That's basicly it.
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    They also tend to be projecting.
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    It means you're so ridiculous that you're not worthy of serious consideration; that you're not worth that person's time, respect or attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    They also tend to be projecting.
    Sometimes yeah, and of course, they base their opinions by their own, usually severely biased, standards. So one can argue the validity of their opinions.

    Generally though, it means that a little introspection may be justified.

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    It means you're so ridiculous that you're not worthy of serious consideration; that you're not worth that person's time, respect or attention.
    I disagree, if this is the case, you wouldn't even bother calling that person a joke. Calling a person a joke shows some form of empathy, a sort of last resort, knee-jerk reaction in the hopes of reaching that person in some small way, wether it is justified or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    I disagree, if this is the case, you wouldn't even bother calling that person a joke. Calling a person a joke shows some form of empathy, wether it is justified or not.
    I didn't say that it has to be a genuine emotion. The desire is to convey the impression of utter contempt. Contempt is a hot-blooded emotion and it usually implies emotional attachment/involvement of some kind.

    But whatever... I might be wrong....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    I didn't say that it has to be a genuine emotion. The desire is to convey the impression of utter contempt. Contempt is a hot-blooded emotion and it usually implies emotional attachment/involvement of some kind.

    But whatever... I might be wrong....
    Oh, I see. One can think one way and feel the other. You might just be right, we might both be right.

    Oh irony, you're such a tease!
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    Fi vs Ti definitions of the word, people

    Emotional charge vs literal interpretation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Fi vs Ti definitions of the word, people

    Emotional charge vs literal interpretation.
    Who knew they could meet in such a beautiful manner.
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