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    I remember the one time I lost it I threw a chair across the room, narrowly missing the head of the instigator.

    Then I stormed out of the room and went home.

    After that my friend told me that I was really scary. Thing is, I don't even remember what the hell happened to make me so angry.

    But anyway, to answer your question, I think it's highly probable that an NF will end up hurting someone really deeply if he loses control, but in my experience I usually become afraid that I've done just that and ingratiate myself back. Or act all normal to suggest that I haven't lost all respect for the person. I think it's pretty much something common to NFs, that they don't like to be in discord with others?

    Anyway I'm usually not angry at the person himself. Just parts of his character.

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    Ya know(since you don't, i'll just explain)......
    my imagination is a lot more violent than i will ever care to be, or could afford to be

    example
    if someone is truly annoying me.....
    more often than not, i will paint their murder with some really twisted method
    and wallow in that
    its quite comforting......much like warm green tea

    does anyone identify with such a demented yet normal notion as this ?
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    I start throwing tomatoes, pfft, like it'd be great had I used knives instead. I lost control once, but I never really did when I got to my darkest state I imploded shortly after, this affected me more than the people I upset because I got into this self doubt funk and had to repair that reality. I mean I started to question what were my values and belief system constructed on and was I wrong or right to explode. Then I stopped trusting that anything I said was good. And promptly decided to deconstruct everything that I stood for which caused me to fall off my perch into high level of insecurity for a long time. Until I got back and thought well that was weird. Why did that effectively cause me to falter, and I'd say it was because I was trying to prove myself that that instance wasn't as bad as it was. And in the act of wanting to prove I disproved and got more stubborn about it until I let it go.

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    hey AvereX, that happened to me too. When I was younger my sister used to annoy me so much (sibling rivalry) but she made it more problematic by being an ENFP and kept trying to get me to like her, but it only exacerbated the whole thing. So I'd sit in my room after particularly annoying episodes involving her, and start imagining torture scenes in which I'd rip off her head or strangle her or tear her apart from limb to limb.

    Then I'd start questioning myself about how psychopathic I am.

    I grew out of that of course, and it didn't happen to anybody else other than my sister. But now we're great friends and all. And no, I don't think it's normal AT ALL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    Ya know(since you don't, i'll just explain)......
    my imagination is a lot more violent than i will ever care to be, or could afford to be

    example
    if someone is truly annoying me.....
    more often than not, i will paint their murder with some really twisted method
    and wallow in that
    its quite comforting......much like warm green tea

    does anyone identify with such a demented yet normal notion as this ?
    Yes.

    Though I verbalise what I will do to people who peeve me - hence I've got a reputation as being incredibly violent in thought, though not deed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sciski View Post
    Yes.

    Though I verbalise what I will do to people who peeve me - hence I've got a reputation as being incredibly violent in thought, though not deed.
    uh huh
    people call me the gamut of " evil ; sick ; scary ; "
    not all that far of a stretch for an NF
    just to think that (N)T's are more harmless anon brings to mind why i like them

    annihilation is a passionate act,......
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    One time someone insulted my favorite composer. This was may response:

    "I hope you get skinned alive and eaten by hungry maggots before being dipped in a pot of boiling oil whilst a fat coloratura sings Wagner in your ear!"

    It later occured to me that that may have been slightly creepy. I don't know how anyone is still my friend...

    (btw, Wagner isn't my favorite composer, but his music requires LOUD opera singers)

    "OMG I FEEEEEEEEEL SO INTENSELY ABOUT EVERYTHING OMG OMG OMG GET ME A XANAX" -Priam (ENFP impersonation)

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    One time someone insulted my favorite composer. This was may response:

    "I hope you get skinned alive and eaten by hungry maggots before being dipped in a pot of boiling oil whilst a fat coloratura sings Wagner in your ear!"

    It later occurred to me that that may have been slightly creepy. I don't know how anyone is still my friend...
    now..........i have an erection

    that was resplendent in the darkest of ways

    as far as you wondering
    you are what you attract/if you want a butterfly, you gotta be a butterfly
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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    now..........i have an erection

    that was resplendent in the darkest of ways

    as far as you wondering
    you are what you attract/if you want a butterfly, you gotta be a butterfly
    Thank you, you made my day. I'm glad someone appreciates my sick humor...

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    Thank you, you made my day. I'm glad someone appreciates my sick humor...
    i too am looking for someone as sick as me
    so i won't spread the disease to someone weak enough to be killed by its humor
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