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    Why is it that girls always (wrongly/retardedly) thought that we enjoyed that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Why is it that girls always (wrongly/retardedly) thought that we enjoyed that?

    Coz playfighting often leads to sex and you seem to enjoy that just fine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Coz playfighting often leads to sex and you seem to enjoy that just fine?
    No arguments here, I suppose.

    I just wish my 3rd grade self knew it was an invitation to tap that ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    No arguments here, I suppose.

    I just wish my 3rd grade self knew it was an invitation to tap that ass.
    Likewise..it's not like guys express themselves any better...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Likewise..it's not like guys express themselves any better...

    Yes, but aren't you all supposed to be "more mature"?

    I believe if we went around kicking you in the shins to display our affection, "maturity" is not the descriptor that would be used...

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    @Zarathustra

    I can tell you right now, your methods are not going to work with a more sensitive NFP. You're playing with fire, if you truly understand that emotions are valued above all else by an NFP. The talk of 'rationalising inaction' to me proves that this misses the point. We aren't going to change our actions until we change emotionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    @Zarathustra

    I can tell you right now, your methods are not going to work with a more sensitive NFP. You're playing with fire, if you truly understand that emotions are valued above all else by an NFP. The talk of 'rationalising inaction' to me proves that this misses the point. We aren't going to change our actions until we change emotionally.
    Aren't you getting a degree of some sort in Philosophy?

    What better way to overcome the irrationality of the Passions (emotion) than the guiding light of Reason?

    Also, just a side note (since you mentioned the enneagram): what you stated about NFPs sounded a lot like an enneagram 4.

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    Let's just say your type of reason isn't exactly beneficial to our health and leave it at that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Let's just say your type of reason isn't exactly beneficial to our health and leave it at that.
    Can't do.

    I think this is simply cowardice on the part of Te suppressors.

    Guess what: if TJs continue to reject Fi and Se/Ne, they don't grow.

    Whether you want to believe it or not, the same principle applies for FPs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Can't do.

    I think this is simply cowardice on the part of Te suppressors.

    Guess what: if TJs continue to reject Fi and Se/Ne, they don't grow.

    Whether you want to believe it or not, the same principle applies for FPs.
    Again, your idea is right. Your methodology is blatantly wrong. Stuffing it down our throats will only make us avoid you, rebel against you and refuse to go near the subject again. If that is what you're looking for, then by all means. Actually no, even if that is what you're looking for, it's beyond cruel. The fact that you seem unable to grasp that, is worrying, indeed.

    I'm not asking you to be adept at teaching ENFPs, but at least have the common sense not to traumatize them with methods that just aren't suited for them. Don't force us to be INTJs. We're not forcing you to be ENFPs either. And if we do, feel free to call us on it. Forcing an INTJ to Fi like an ENFP is equally traumatizing, from what I've seen.
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