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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    I hope you're being facetious.
    I'm an INFJ... and I'm saying this about ESTPs specifically. Think about that for a second. If I were serious, what would that imply about me? Since I'm aware enough of MBTI theory, psychology, and irony to know this, I must be joking. Even if I weren't, it still would be very funny and ironic (though it would mean I was really stupid and lacking in self-awareness).

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    Early childhood, me too. I was always very curious and didn't like injustice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I don't think trusting ESTPs is a good idea. I know I personally wouldn't trust them further than I could throw them. They're quite savage, ruthless, quick, manipulative, and cunning.

    If you must hang around ESTPs... never totally trust them, and never turn your back on them.

    You owe all ESTP's an apology.

    BTW, don't even try: "I was just kidding."
    That bullshit comment you just laid on Qre:us, won't fly with me.
    Here's a little history of your posts about Sensors:

    "SP's are chaotic, random, aggressive, and rather tasteless. "

    "Well, if people like those are Sensors... I talk to them as little as possible, because they bore and annoy me. They're like two-year olds."

    "No, no... you see, sensors ARE supposed to BE the mob. We intuitive types are the victims of the mob."

    "To be frank with you, I almost never consider S as a typing for someone I like "


    Like I said, don't even try to claim you are kidding.
    Your snide remarks precede you.
    Knock it off and grow up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Knock it off and grow up.
    I'm not apologizing. More than half of those comments were either very old, from before I'd actually met any SPs (and were hence based on stereotypes), and the others were taken out of context... badly.

    You can believe what you want to believe about me. I may be immature, but that's my problem, not yours. Just do me a favor, and leave me alone from now on, okay? I'm no longer interested in anything you have to say.

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    Apologize to the ESTPs.
    If you don't, you have no integrity.

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    This is starting to sound more like bdsm roleplaying than an argument...

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    Quote Originally Posted by musicheck View Post
    This is starting to sound more like bdsm roleplaying than an argument...
    This is very true.

    Athenian, darling, look. Lets all put down the verbal guns, and stop being depressing.

    I say we have a party!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post

    I say we have a party!
    Only if you bring some of those tasty-looking strawberries of yours along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Only if you bring some of those tasty-looking strawberries of yours along.
    Oh, most naturally!

    Who doesn't love a nice, excrutiatingly pink strawberry, with zebra chocolate dip?

    C'est bon, mon ami!

    I have a whole army of these strawberries

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    Went through a long seemingly-INFP period in middle/high school, but when I was very young I was definitely ENTP. And now I'm back to that, soo..
    A colleague of the great scientist James Watson remarked that Watson was always “lounging around, arguing about problems instead of doing experiments.” He concluded that “There is more than one way of doing good science.”
    It was Watson’s form of idleness, the scientist went on to say, that allowed him to solve “the greatest of all biological problems: the discovery of the structure of DNA.” It's a point worth remembering in a society overly concerned with efficiency.

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