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    Quote Originally Posted by Cool View Post
    Aww this question is easy. Just talk to them about Halo or what is the latest RPG game that came out
    No, you are totally wrong, I play COD4!!

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    Try being really weird/strange/individual. Because normal people are far too boring.
    I hope I'm wrong, but I believe that he is a fraud, and I think despite all of his rhetoric about being a champion of the working class, it will turn out to be hollow -- Bernie Sanders on Trump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancynobullets View Post
    Try being really weird/strange/individual. Because normal people are far too boring.
    I second this!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    I second this!!!
    Hehe. Yup, I've been on dates with a few "normal" people. It seems the only ones that can hold my attention are half mad.

    Nancy's self imposed dating Pro-tips:

    Pro tip: Avoid people who buy into any of the scenes, like emos. They may look nice, but they are pretty much the opposite of non-conformists and are likely to be oh-so-boring.

    Pro tip: Date people who dress poorly or differently (real differently).

    Pro tip: As much as you would like to give that pretty hairdressing girl the benefit of the doubt, her head likely is as full of fluff as the stereotypes say.

    Pro tip: When on a date, ask your date what books they read. If they say that they dont read any and seem totally unashamed, stab them.
    I hope I'm wrong, but I believe that he is a fraud, and I think despite all of his rhetoric about being a champion of the working class, it will turn out to be hollow -- Bernie Sanders on Trump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancynobullets View Post
    Hehe. Yup, I've been on dates with a few "normal" people. It seems the only ones that can hold my attention are half mad.

    Nancy's self imposed dating Pro-tips:

    Pro tip: Avoid people who buy into any of the scenes, like emos. They may look nice, but they are pretty much the opposite of non-conformists and are likely to be oh-so-boring.

    Pro tip: Date people who dress poorly or differently (real differently).

    Pro tip: As much as you would like to give that pretty hairdressing girl the benefit of the doubt, her head likely is as full of fluff as the stereotypes say.

    Pro tip: When on a date, ask your date what books they read. If they say that they dont read any and seem totally unashamed, stab them.
    I do not read, but I play a lot of video-games (preferably Rpgs), does that count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    I do not read, but I play a lot of video-games (preferably Rpgs), does that count?
    I don't read a lot of books, either, but I'm constantly learning, whether from other people, from the internet, or from educational tv shows or documentaries. This is mostly because when I do read books (which I do enjoy), I get completely engulfed in them and read obsessively until I've finished the book. It's too all-consuming to do all the time, so I just go in spurts. Furthermore, when I do read books, I have a crap memory for details, unless I'm currently in a class or discussion group that would require my remembering them for discussion or writing assignments. Also, if someone asks, "What books have you read lately?" I start to draw a blank, even if I have read stuff recently.

    I think people put too much stock in the idea of constantly reading books = brilliant and educated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    I don't read a lot of books, either, but I'm constantly learning, whether from other people, from the internet, or from educational tv shows or documentaries. This is mostly because when I do read books (which I do enjoy), I get completely engulfed in them and read obsessively until I've finished the book. It's too all-consuming to do all the time, so I just go in spurts. Furthermore, when I do read books, I have a crap memory for details, unless I'm currently in a class or discussion group that would require my remembering them for discussion or writing assignments. Also, if someone asks, "What books have you read lately?" I start to draw a blank, even if I have read stuff recently.
    That fits me to a T!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    I do not read, but I play a lot of video-games (preferably Rpgs), does that count?
    It's not so much that "reading books" is an INTP thing, but that "extreme amounts of mental stimulation" is an INTP thing. I play tons of video games, and like you, love COD4 [I play on xboxlive, tag is JocktheMotie if you ever want to play]. It's the mental stimulation, the rush of tactics, what my next step is, the thrill and exhilaration of being completely engaged in something. You can get it from books, immersing yourself in a game, throwing yourself into RPG theorycrafting/character tuning, whatever.

    It's just that books are so readily available and encompass nearly every subject is why I love them and read so much.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    I'm actually curious as to how this went, but isn't she gone now? For shame. I was looking forward to some hilarious playback of the INTP dating strategy that resembles the Hindenburg.
    Huh, I guess I said goodbye but then I came back again? Opps, I am all out of order. Feelers, god we are so irrational and "feely".

    I promise lots of details regarding any INTP action that ever occurs if I ever actually make it back to Boston again. It should be hysterically ackward and clumsy, however a little alcohol should smooth the road.

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