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  1. #51
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    "Hi dame, did my mobile phone shift or am I just happy to see you?"
    "What do you think, meid? Which bathing suit would fit me better?"

    Hmm, I'm not convinced yet.
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    If you forget a womans name just call her "Ma'am". Women love to be called that...especially if they are in their 20s or 30s...shows respect.

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    Then again.

    "Yes, ma'am." sounds like you didn't really mean what you said, or are unhappy with things.

    "Go do the dishes!"
    "Yes, ma'am..."

    (I'm not off topic, I forgot what the topic was about. Olol. Damn why am I so annoyingly creative today...)
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    I use "madam" sometimes, but some British/Irish friends have snapped at the idea because they said it's like calling them old women or something. How about "Fair Maiden"? Battle-axe and War Department hasn't gone over well in my experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by epp View Post

    So true - besides, numbers are easier to remember anyway, right?
    Actually, for me, numbers are indeed easier to remember and I'll tell you why. It's all, all in the muscle memory in your fingers. Or if you're able to make up some sort of system for remembering phone numbers, for instance, in my case, there are certain numbers I can only remember in certain languages! If I have to say the number out loud in English, I have to translate the number in my head first. I think that might be why I can remember my own phone number to save my life. I don't call myself very often. Unless I'm trying to locate my phone..

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    I do pretty good with numbers, mainly because I made myself practice out of laziness. I just never entered anyone's phone number into the cell phone address book and pretty much started memorizing everyone's I need to know. When someone asks me for someone's number (expecting I'm going to look in my phone for it) I sound like Rainman rattling them off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    Actually, for me, numbers are indeed easier to remember and I'll tell you why. It's all, all in the muscle memory in your fingers. Or if you're able to make up some sort of system for remembering phone numbers, for instance, in my case, there are certain numbers I can only remember in certain languages! If I have to say the number out loud in English, I have to translate the number in my head first. I think that might be why I can remember my own phone number to save my life. I don't call myself very often. Unless I'm trying to locate my phone..
    Heh, I forgot my PIN code once after somebody started talking about PIN codes in general and I started thinking about what mine was. Up until that point the typing just came natural and subconscious.

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    I also have crappy name memory. If only I could have a system that recognize faces of people by comparing to Facebook profiles and overlaying the name on the person via an augmented reality glasses.

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    It's because INTPs don't care about people.


    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    It's because INTPs don't care about people.


    I care about people as much as I care about anything.

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