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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    7. Accuse them that they take everything too personally (even when they are not)
    This one is actually pretty good. It's even better if you get upset, make a poorly crafted argument, then tell the NF to calm down so they can better understand your logic.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    I want to be just like my mother, even if she is bat-shit crazy.

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    A funny one to pull off is to use words with cultural emotional subtext in 'the wrong context' while talking\debating about something with flawless logics.
    I used to do it for fun but I don't have an example in mind right now.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

    “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.”
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    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
    Mencius (Meng-Tse), 4th century BCE

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    1. Being very friendly towards them and then swiching to very hostile mode in moment can knock them of the track.
    -Yes

    2. Sending a dead cat or dead rodent via mail can also do the trick.
    This would mess with anybody.

    3. Saying that you never loved anyone (especialy if they know that this could actually be true)
    Wouldn't bother me.

    4. Seducing them just to get in contact with their friend in a hope to put your hands on their freind.
    Again, this could very well mess with anybody.

    5. Telling a very nasty joke in their presence.
    Not all of us.

    6. Laughing at their face for their errors in emotionally charged moment.
    This would get you punched in the face.

    7. Accuse them that they take everything too personally (even when they are not)
    That would probably work until they caught on to it, then, woe be unto you.

    8. If you calmly explain to them that their spiritual beliefs are BS even by their own standards.
    I'm an atheist. Good luck with that. :P
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    1. Being very friendly towards them and then swiching to very hostile mode in moment can knock them of the track.
    That garners a kick to the shins.

    2. Sending a dead cat or dead rodent via mail can also do the trick.
    A love token? How sweet.

    3. Saying that you never loved anyone (especialy if they know that this could actually be true)
    Total bull. I've heard this said to me, it hurt at the time, but now that I'm older, that pig doesn't fly. I simply leave, sometimes without another word. People who play games are boring, stupid and bereft of character. I thank them for allowing me to see what exhausting imbeciles they are.

    4. Seducing them just to get in contact with their friend in a hope to put your hands on their freind.
    Transparent. And tired.

    5. Telling a very nasty joke in their presence.
    Embarrassing for you, maybe.

    6. Laughing at their face for their errors in emotionally charged moment.
    Another kick to the shins.

    7. Accuse them that they take everything too personally (even when they are not)
    THIS is truly awful and bordering on cruelty.

    8. If you calmly explain to them that their spiritual beliefs are BS even by their own standards.
    *shrug* Whatever you say, Gandhi. Hope you enjoy hell.



    It's worse when someone behaves in every way like they love me and care about me but continue to deny it with their mouths. That's a nasty cowardly behavior. Then again, I think that would bother anyone, not just an NF.

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    1. Being very friendly towards them and then swiching to very hostile mode in moment can knock them of the track.
    This is a solid definition of what determines that I keep the person at a distance. It is rather effective controlling behavior which can be a potential threat, so prepare to have your tactics analyzed and dismantled to the point of being completely ineffective.

    2. Sending a dead cat or dead rodent via mail can also do the trick.
    This would result in either being ignored or reported to the ASPCA so that you would be handcuffed and arrested on live TV in front of a fist shaking and/or giggling NF audience.

    3. Saying that you never loved anyone (especialy if they know that this could actually be true)
    This would probably just make you interesting.

    4. Seducing them just to get in contact with their friend in a hope to put your hands on their freind.
    I don't often make friends, but the kind of person that I would call friend would likely cause bodily harm in response to this strategy, but it is still certainly worth a try.

    5. Telling a very nasty joke in their presence.
    Mostly a quiet reaction, either ignored or momentarily analyzed and then forgotten unless it is actually funny.

    6. Laughing at their face for their errors in emotionally charged moment.
    Indicative of a hostile expression in the guise of control. Would see right through it and laugh a little on the inside.

    7. Accuse them that they take everything too personally (even when they are not)
    As I mentioned earlier this one is a little annoying especially when combined with emotional projections (being blamed for possessing the other person's feelings)

    8. If you calmly explain to them that their spiritual beliefs are BS even by their own standards.
    This would be appreciated and is something I've sought out although it is difficult to find. Actually when done with clarity of thought and no immature passive aggression, this would result in admiration and respect.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
    (from Blue Velvet)

    I want to be just like my mother, even if she is bat-shit crazy.

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    Bleh you need to work on this.

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    Suggest they put their cat(s) down because they are really more trouble than they are worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    Suggest they put their cat(s) down because they are really more trouble than they are worth.
    And here we have an ENTJ...
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    QUOTE=PinkPiranha;568206]And here we have an ENTJ... [/QUOTE]


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grungemouse View Post
    "Upset, are you? What are you gonna do, include this in your latest entry on LiveJournal? Write a poem about it?"
    ROFL.

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