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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrinth View Post
    Not everyone is a nice person, some just hide it better than others or reserve their ill will for certain situations. I should clarify that between my examples of how I like to use sarcasm, I use it in the second paragraph's manner far more often...



    This is what I was referring to by "To each his own."
    I guess not. If you where using sarcasm at all I probably wouldn't even be able to tell. Would that spoil the art in it for you?

    Definately, each to his own.
    I also forgot the potential of cultural differences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehobo View Post
    You don't want to laugh if its possible that it is serious.
    With Ne anything is possible.

    Each individual NFP has their own weird mental world and they see things that aren't really there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    With Ne anything is possible.

    Each individual NFP has their own weird mental world and they see things that aren't really there.


    Accept the truth. Don't fight it.
    Show me why that generalisation is true and I'll consider this supposed truth.

    Perception is relative.

    So coming from yours, how is what an NFP see's not really there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehobo View Post
    Show me why that generalisation is true and I'll consider this supposed truth.

    Nah, I'll pass.

    Carry on with the torch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Nah, I'll pass.

    Carry on with the torch.
    I was genuinely interested in a different perspective to be honest. Even more so because I see people who are not NFP types repeating the same thing.

    But okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Nah, I'll pass.

    Carry on with the torch.
    Why did you even contribute to this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    Why did you even contribute to this thread?
    Do you realize how NFPs behave in discussions?

    Take every opinion as a personal attack. Punish all who think differently. Our cause is righteous. We shall make others comply, no matter the cost.




    EDIT: I guess I don't really see a way to communicate with NFPs unless they are aware of the above tendencies. Most of the young ones are not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Take every opinion as a personal attack. Punish all who think differently. Our cause is righteous. We shall make others comply, no matter the cost.
    Heyheyhey... I only have a problem with people's opinions when they don't seem to realize that it is an opinion. When they start arguing like their opinion is some kind of absolute truth and your opinion doesn't matter is when I get pissed off. *cough*mostentjs*cough*
    ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Do you realize how NFPs behave in discussions?

    Take every opinion as a personal attack. Punish all who think differently. Our cause is righteous. We shall make others comply, no matter the cost.




    EDIT: I guess I don't really see a way to communicate with NFPs unless they are aware of the above tendencies. Most of the young ones are not.
    While I don't agree with you here on more than one grounds, I think I understand your motivation: to offer your point of view on the topic and then leave or to offer your point of view on the topic and defend it if and only if any counterpoints to that view are posited by individuals who are not unsatisfactorily self-aware NFPs (as determined by you).

    That is all I wanted to know, I am not personally interested in the discussion itself as it seems to rest completely on a false premiss.

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    NFPs understand sarcasm but many of them don't like it because it is usually not a friendly form of communication.

    NFPs are also quite easy to offend, just find a personal Fi value and make fun of it. There would be no Fi Crusades if they never got offended.

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