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    btw, I actually don't mind being called a bitch.

    Then again, I've never been called that in the context of an LTR or just in passing conversation with strangers. I'm just thinking in terms of, "If I'm in the middle of an argument and going toe-to-toe."
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    The word bitch has just as many implications as any other slang, asking for its discontinued use over one context seems like over kill. I just dont understand all the threads latley that are not providing specific situations, rather random displays of frusteration for anonomous offences.


    Maybe I wasnt looking hard enough, but I can't decide without the info as to whether it was justified or not.

    That said what is the big deal with words they are interchangeable titles that do not specifically create the person so what does it matter?

    I myself called at least 30 people bitches today. more biatch but still

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    This thread just proves the NT mentality. I don't think we can fully comprehend just how easily and totally statements, actions, and words can be internalized, especially when they are more along the lines of impersonal or objective. It is actually really funny even our more serious posts are somewhat detached, descriptive, and enlightening and show a surprising ability to consider perspectives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    And maybe you can just do the good ol' NT-"detachamundo" trick...
    I'm not being facetious when I say that I don't understand how people navigate life without this tactic.

    I suppose that speaks more of the gradual (and largely complete) ossification of my mind into the framework I'll carry around the latter half of my life than anything else, though.

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    Who cares, Im a bitch you're a bitch were all bitches bitches. *high five*

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Who cares, Im a bitch you're a bitch were all bitches bitches. *high five*
    Shut up, bitch!

    Quote Originally Posted by Aimahn View Post
    This thread just proves the NT mentality. I don't think we can fully comprehend just how easily and totally statements, actions, and words can be internalized, especially when they are more along the lines of impersonal or objective. It is actually really funny even our more serious posts are somewhat detached, descriptive, and enlightening and show a surprising ability to consider perspectives.
    Yeah, you're just a wannabe suckup bitch.





    As far as what you actually said, I know I've told others -- in terms of how to interpret me -- that when I sound serious, I'm also joking... and when I'm joking, I'm at least partly serious. It's usually some mix, not one or the other.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    I'm not being facetious when I say that I don't understand how people navigate life without this tactic.
    I don't either. I just know they can't.

    In a somewhat related anecdote, I might end up Ignoring an ENFP on a different forum. She can't detach and she's hounding me via PM there to argue why her advice for a situation in my life is imperative for me to follow... although i already explained that I had already thought of all those things years ago. (She talks so much that she listens not at all.) Based on what shows up in my box today, I expect to have to block her messages. I didn't even know who she was until two days ago, yet she's investing all this obnoxious energy because she somehow feels personally involved.

    Ugggh. I don't get that. And it must be hard for her, I imagine; she irks me, but I feel bad that she feels that level of investment in things that aren't her business.

    Most NTs would just decide, "Hey, you've thought about it, I see now, so good luck," or "Hey, be stupid if you want, I gave advice, and at this point it's none of MY business."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    The thing I don't get is taking words seriously. There are two parts to any experience, the experience itself and your reaction. If someone sounds like a cretin, that's on them. I may publicly notify them of their transgression by shaming them publicly, but I will not attempt to create more rules or modes of social control.
    You don't have to 'get it' just know it happens. If you don't care about how your words may affect others than fine but expect consequences you may not like, if you do care than act accordingly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aimahn View Post
    This thread just proves the NT mentality. I don't think we can fully comprehend just how easily and totally statements, actions, and words can be internalized, especially when they are more along the lines of impersonal or objective.
    I think we can. At least we can gain an understanding of how others may perceive them simply by listening to what they say even if it doesn't affect us the same way.

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    OMG! Are we actually talking about this now?
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    To make you feel even more icky, this is full of on-topic love and just for you -->

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    The thing that irks about NFs is they have this Intuitive coolness but they're too content to keep it inside a fuzzy little box. Go ahead, let loose. You're not going to hurt my feelings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 563 740 View Post
    Go ahead, let loose. You're not going to hurt my feelings!
    Need hugz too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    The thing I don't get is taking words seriously. There are two parts to any experience, the experience itself and your reaction. If someone sounds like a cretin, that's on them. I may publicly notify them of their transgression by shaming them publicly, but I will not attempt to create more rules or modes of social control.
    This is why, I think, the human race as a whole is being held back intellectually. We still allow our own constructs (words, in this case) to affected our feelings and actions.

    Where are our robot overlords to show us the way already?!
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