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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    Yes, a mystery.

    Well, ask away if you want to know. Let the begin.
    no, no, no - like I said, I've already walked into that trap too many times and yesterday I learned my lesson once and for all. We're not playing the same sport, even though we are sharing a field. It can cause amusing hijinks for the spectators, but for us players, most likely serious injury. But I'll take a lovely parting gift, if you have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    no, no, no - like I said, I've already walked into that trap too many times and yesterday I learned my lesson once and for all. We're not playing the same sport, even though we are sharing a field. It can cause amusing hijinks for the spectators, but for us players, most likely serious injury. But I'll take a lovely parting gift, if you have one.
    If that's a picture of you, you're mom must've made it with one of my relatives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    If that's a picture of you, you're mom must've made it with one of my relatives.
    That line had better not be my lovely parting gift. :steam:

    (hint: it should sparkle.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    That line had better not be my lovely parting gift. :steam:

    (hint: it should sparkle.)
    I'll name a star after you tonight. I'll will call it Je-unchkin-ocyde and it will sparkle like your fur in the moonlight. :SaiyanSmilie_anim:

    Oh! You mean diamonds! Well, I'll just have to shake down the next geology professor who ventures too close to my neck of the woods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    I'll name a star after you tonight. I'll will call it Je-unchkin-ocyde and it will sparkle like your fur in the moonlight. :SaiyanSmilie_anim:

    Oh! You mean diamonds! Well, I'll just have to shake down the next geology professor who ventures too close to my neck of the woods.
    Ohhh, I like that idea!!!! Diamonds are for suckers, I'd rather have a star. *yay*

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    Mmmm, I'll make sure it's a binary...how does Cyde A and Cyde B sound?

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    It says that you're good at this. You'll have those pesky INTPs eating out of your hand in no time... provided you don't take 2am emergency calls from other women. hahaha, good luck!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    hahaha, it was like watching a train wreck. I couldn't tell whose blood was whose.

    She never trusted that he was genuine because he was always out and about, and most of his friends are female. It wasn't that she was jealous in a normal sense, but he was outgoing in an abnormal sense. 2am the phone would ring from another damsel in distress and he'd run to be by her side. Idiot. That would set off any red-blooded woman, but he just didn't get it. He was trying to help, and that supersedes any other feelings.

    He needed so much attention. If she was quiet, he'd be quiet and just watch tv. But if she made one comment, he took that as an opening to talk her to death. And when she got visibly irritated, he would try to smooth things over by being cutesy in a very aggressive way, which set her off more because all she wanted was for him to pipe down. But the more she introverted, the more he extroverted. I suppose this tactic works on others - the dancing clown thing at kids' hospitals - but it so did not work on her.

    She would finally come around to sit and talk about real things and he would keep interrupting her with random cutesy nonsequitors. He would ask her serious questions and she would start off with a serious sentence, then he would go on a tangent that was otherwise unrelated and never bring it back home. So she would know better than to try and talk to him on a real level. And when she stopped trying, he felt shut out. But he never understood how he added to that situation.

    xNFJ men, in my experience, are lovely creatures until you say one semi-negative thing and they just *react* (no offense to OP, but your defensiveness was premature and predictable. I walked into the same trap with an INFJ yesterday. super defensive for no reason...) And for her part, when she withdrew, she just disappeared mentally. There was no getting through to her. And with him screaming about some supposed slight and her with her silent, blank stare, it was just a mess.
    Yeah. I don't think we do Fe-doms. How do you communicate with someone who speaks a completely different language? Men are expected/allowed to be emotionally retarded, but T women are just seen as an aberration, by and large. NFP men might find it off-beat and refreshing and fun (for a bit). But FJ men just think you need 'fixing'.
    Did you see that thread by the ESFJ fella with the INTP wife? Painful.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    Doesn't really matter what I say to defend myself, I can't change your typism. ;-) Who being logical when you judge somebody by the letters in their profile?
    Like starting a thread asking about what INTP women look like, maybe?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    I should've just said she was hot. That would've flabbergasted her, or pissed her off...either way, works for me.
    *eats apple* What in particular about me is hot?
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    This has been a blast, I feel like I just got done watching a day-long School House Rock on NTs. Anybody have anything else to add? I'm almost feeling bulletproof now, you'd better take a shot while you still can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Yeah. I don't think we do Fe-doms. How do you communicate with someone who speaks a completely different language? Men are expected/allowed to be emotionally retarded, but T women are just seen as an aberration, by and large. NFP men might find it off-beat and refreshing and fun (for a bit). But FJ men just think you need 'fixing'.
    Did you see that thread by the ESFJ fella with the INTP wife? Painful.

    Like starting a thread asking about what INTP women look like, maybe?

    *eats apple* What in particular about me is hot?
    The fact that you just said that matter-of-factly as you bit into a piece of fruit, juice dribbling down your lips, blithely not expecting an answer worthy of you, but also slightly curious to see what I might pull out of thin air. If I hit on anything else about you, it would be a miracle. After all, I don't know if you are who you seem to be--your soul on paper is not the same as it would be sitting on the kitchen counter in front of me in sweats and a spaghetti-string tanktop taking a second bite of that apple. But flashes of possibilities stobe in my mind. The depth of your gaze is directed away from me, trying to hide from mine so you won't let anything at all slip out. This is mine to guess at and you won't help me. But some part of you is resigning to the fact that if I stare long enough, I'll see through you...and THAT is when you throw the apple in the garbage, wipe the juice from your lips and hurriedly find something else to do.

    Of course, I don't know, you might be that guy in the profile picture. If that's the case, you write like a girl. Hahaha.

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