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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ99 View Post
    Anything philosophical! or with a philosophical base. Like politics (left or right), economics (does capitilism work?) and other stuff like that though those 2 examples are more NT than N.
    I can see how sensors might not want to take the effort to discuss such things, especially when they're busy eating/socialising. I suppose the level of disinterest from both sides would be similar, I'm sure both sides could carry out either kind of discussion, it just requires more effort to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I'm curious to know what kind of dinner conversations would be satisfying for an intuitive?
    'What if' and 'why was' instead of 'what is' or 'what was'.

    I don't see why sensors wouldn't be interested in those things as well though (after all, I do like my share of what is/what was).

    What I've discovered is that conversation with lots of Sensors gives you so many brilliant tips for navigating through this business we call life! Also, the practicality is extremely refreshing and calming. There are answers to things in the concrete world! And they make sense! Ahhhh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sciski View Post
    'What if' and 'why was' instead of 'what is' or 'what was'.
    Like "What if Jonah Lomu was still playing on the wing for the All Blacks" or "Why was that bitch in accounts being such a bitch?"

    That sort of thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Like "What if Jonah Lomu was still playing on the wing for the All Blacks" or "Why was that bitch in accounts being such a bitch?"

    That sort of thing?
    Totally!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I'm curious to know what kind of dinner conversations would be satisfying for an intuitive?
    Watch the slight nuance of desperation and hopefully never witness all the relations drawn from here !

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    I AM SENS-OR. I DEVOUR YOUR FOOD WHILE DROOLING INANE BANTER ABOUT ACTUAL THINGS ALL OVER YOU. YOU CANNOT STOP ME. AHAHAHAHAHAAHA.
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    Its not the 'sensor' status that makes people boring. It's the fact that they're all unbalanced because they're surrounded by each other, and brought up by our S-bent educational system. And still, they're draining. What'd I do today? The same thing I did yesterday.

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    BTW, a good talking point is relationship ettiquette. It starts many debates as everyone has their opinion to put forward, and you'll find that other factors come into play, many of which override any S/N divide. For instance, the females will gang up to berate the males or vice versa, or the young will gang up to huff at the oldies, etc etc... it's all very juicy and a great way to get to know people better.

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    Hah, even with an S bias I still crapped out in school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by run View Post
    Its not the 'sensor' status that makes people boring. It's the fact that they're all unbalanced because they're surrounded by each other, and brought up by our S-bent educational system. And still, they're draining. What'd I do today? The same thing I did yesterday.
    So, wait..you're saying they are more boring than that post is?
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