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  • I'm an ENTJ and I work out regularly.

    8 10.39%
  • I'm an ENTJ and I do not work out regularly.

    2 2.60%
  • I'm an ENTP and I work out regularly.

    11 14.29%
  • I'm an ENTP and I do not work out regularly.

    12 15.58%
  • I'm an INTP and I work out regularly.

    15 19.48%
  • I'm an INTP and I do not work out regularly.

    15 19.48%
  • I'm an INTJ and I work out regularly.

    10 12.99%
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Thread: NTs at the gym.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleph-One View Post
    It takes a... special... person to take the claim that I have an army of SJ gnomes seriously, or that any post with as much browbeating as I inject into mine could be something other than a grotesque cartoon of the MBTI stereotypes. The refrigerator story was meant to get some laughs, because it is stupid. Two people in this thread did take it the way it was meant -- funny, self-deprecating, and worth laughing about. Responding to something that is clearly self-deprecating humor with a mean-spirited jeer is just asinine.

    And this may come as a surprise to you, juggernaut, but gnomes don't actually exist. Neither do SJs, for that matter.
    Didn't you say something about being done with responding to me sincerely? I'll take it then that this must be another one of your stupid, insincere responses and treat it as such. You, sir, are in no position to talk about asininity. Almost every thing you post is overtly mean-spirited or has a mean-spirited tone. If you think the others were just joking, you're sadly mistaken. SF was not intended to refer to MBTI-type btw. If you think real hard you'll probably be able to figure out what it really stands for in this context. Other NTs caught it immediately.

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    I don't go at the gym since they are not "popular" over here.
    But I do walk a lot so I am in good shape and I am not fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleph-One View Post
    Apparently not. Juggernaut seems to be having some difficulty with the concept.

    I have a fondness for satire.
    The problem with satire is, unless it's understood, the opposite conclusion can be drawn.

    You should have seen all the women who flipped out,
    after they read Brett Easton Ellis' novel, American Psycho.
    For Chrissake, the guy had death threats from women after he wrote it.

    It was a *ucking satire!

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    I think I'll start flagging my posts with (IC) and (OOC). Evidently bragging, with thesaurus in hand, about having an orbital weapons platform doesn't seem to be a clear enough indication that I'm joking around.
    Aleph-One, you look like the kind of person who would spend his spare time building a giant robot to hold the government for ransom. -Some Guy on the Internet

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    The moment I read the title "NTs at the gym" the thought that came to my mind was "I imagine they get injured a lot."

    The NT's I know have a knack for repetitive stress injuries. Remember: your body should govern how to do the movement, not your thoughts.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    The moment I read the title "NTs at the gym" the thought that came to my mind was "I imagine they get injured a lot."

    The NT's I know have a knack for repetitive stress injuries. Remember: your body should govern how to do the movement, not your thoughts.
    Reminds me of my ENTP buddy.
    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    sheesh humans! for realz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    The moment I read the title "NTs at the gym" the thought that came to my mind was "I imagine they get injured a lot."

    The NT's I know have a knack for repetitive stress injuries. Remember: your body should govern how to do the movement, not your thoughts.

    EDIT: I just read the second page and realized that this had turned into a shit-show

    Kind of agree with this. I've absolutely destroyed my shoulders. It really sucks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    SF was not intended to refer to MBTI-type btw. If you think real hard you'll probably be able to figure out what it really stands for in this context. Other NTs caught it immediately.
    Does NT mean nutjob trekkie then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Does NT mean nutjob trekkie then?
    See? NT's really are smarter than you (or I).

    but I still luv ya.

    You nutjob trekkie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    The moment I read the title "NTs at the gym" the thought that came to my mind was "I imagine they get injured a lot."

    The NT's I know have a knack for repetitive stress injuries. Remember: your body should govern how to do the movement, not your thoughts.
    Holy crap, I hurt myself a lot when working out. My fingers seem to bear the brunt of it. I can never figure out why...

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