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    Y'all need to get yourselves some ENTPs. To learn to channel witty one-liners and insults with someone who will most likely NOT take offense, but, find you more endearing (and with increasing respect) with each verbal spit-fire round. ENTPs as your therapeutic punching bag.

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    I have an ENTP friend. <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    I can insult and hurt people if i want to. I won't do it in the normal "you are ugly" way though, I can sense weakness and exploit it.

    I don't do it because I don't like hurting people.

    I can be a real asshole if I choose, but it's against my nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    I can be a real asshole if I choose, but it's against my nature.
    Ditto.

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    I am extremely creative and harsh with my insults, the kind that really dig into your soul and make your heart say "ow," and I'm very good at coming up with them on the fly.
    I can use them playfully, or hurtfully, both with extreme effect.

    Any shit about NFs not being good with insults is a myth.
    I put both of my ENTP friends to shame, no contest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    I can insult and hurt people if i want to. I won't do it in the normal "you are ugly" way though, I can sense weakness and exploit it.

    I don't do it because I don't like hurting people.
    Ditto on every count.

    Because you can't spell "Slaughter" without "Laughter"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clownmaster View Post
    I put both of my ENTP friends to shame, no contest.
    That's cuz that was their warm-up, still.

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    No.

    Because you can't spell "Slaughter" without "Laughter"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clownmaster View Post
    No.
    Oh yeaaah....I'm shamed.

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    Y'all need to get yourselves some ENTPs. To learn to channel witty one-liners and insults with someone who will most likely NOT take offense, but, find you more endearing (and with increasing respect) with each verbal spit-fire round. ENTPs as your therapeutic punching bag.
    I don't want to speak for anyone else but for me, being able to insult without thought to the emotional consequences for the other person is not a trait I desire or am looking to acquire. I restrain myself from doing exactly that, deliberately. The purpose of restraint is not only to be kind to the other person but about being true to oneself. It's about being able to sleep at night knowing you did right by most people. It's important to me.

    On the subject of therapeutic punching bags, I appreciate the ENTPs in my life for that purpose (not taking offense easily if at all). They are such good boxing buddies. What they don't understand though is that choosing not to do something is not the same as not being able to do it. This applies to debates where I won't belabor a point because trying to convince you of something where I feel convincing should not be necessary or desirable is not the same as not being able to do it.

    Lastly, we're not looking to shame you, we're looking to kill you with kindness. Beware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ergophobe View Post
    I don't want to speak for anyone else but for me, being able to insult without thought to the emotional consequences for the other person is not a trait I desire or am looking to acquire. I restrain myself from doing exactly that, deliberately. The purpose of restraint is not only to be kind to the other person but about being true to oneself. It's about being able to sleep at night knowing you did right by most people. It's important to me. On the subject of therapeutic punching bags, I appreciate the ENTPs in my life for that purpose (not taking offense easily if at all).
    Heh...that post was actually quite tongue-in-cheek, with a little bit of brattish one-upmanship thrown in (you can't insult as well as ENTPs...). Not a word was serious....very few things in life does an ENTP take seriously. Such that when an ENTP gives worth to something as serious...it's of utmost importance.

    My intentions are my truth to myself.

    For my personal life experience, if I do with an intent to hurt, out of malice, to someone who doesn't deserve it, then I also couldn't sleep at night. And, I won't sleep until I've set it right again.
    However, I'm strange in that I think come-backs is a verbal art form. And, I love playing with it. Very rarely is it personal. IN RL, I'm good at picking up when I offend, and I tell them my above motivation. But, if I do it on purpose...then, if I feel remorse later because the other truly didn't deserve it, I apologize, otherwise, it done did its job. And, it helps me sleep even BETTER at night, cuz the fucker deserved it!


    They are such good boxing buddies. What they don't understand though is that choosing not to do something is not the same as not being able to do it.
    For me, if someone chooses not to, then it's perfectly fine if they don't start, at all. But, if one begins and enters the ring to play, meaning I have thus also invested my time and energy....it's quite annoying, when they, half way, go, 'nah, don't want to'. I don't like half-assedness. Balls out, otherwise, keep yourself firmly tucked in.

    Lastly, we're not looking to shame you, we're looking to kill you with kindness. Beware.
    I'll lie open and willing.

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