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    Quote Originally Posted by Thessaly View Post
    Why do entps love me so much?
    Boobies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    What's the best birthday gift for 7 year old you?
    Art materials. Colorful paper. I remember rainbow-colored paper and metallic; and nowadays there are sets with all sorts of shiny and reflecting and patterns... Paint, clay (if it makes things messy, it's probably good). Marbles and things to build rolling ball sculptures.
    Nowadays I would be extremely happy with the grown-up version of it: (though I hope this thing can be re-built in several ways. And combined with legoes and paper rolls to make even bigger ones.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Xyk View Post
    If you could be any other type for exactly one week, which would you be?
    Right now, I'd take INFP because the main character in my novel-to-be is one. But as that novel is in its final stage (re-writing, the story itself won't be changed any more), I prefer to postpone this offer until I'm in the creating stage of a new novel. Then I'll take the type of that main character.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thessaly View Post
    Why do entps love me so much?
    Because you pay attention to them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thessaly View Post
    Why do entps love me so much?
    entps are generally drawn to people who lead not too ordered lifes, i dunno if that is you. still to some entps real perfection lies in imperfection
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    What's the best birthday gift for 7 year old you?
    THAT -->

    [YOUTUBE="49eFWMGMhgU"]The chariot awaits![/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Marbles and things to build rolling ball sculptures.
    Nowadays I would be extremely happy with the grown-up version of it: (though I hope this thing can be re-built in several ways. And combined with legoes and paper rolls to make even bigger ones.)
    Whoa, I'd be happy with that as a 17th, 27th or 37th present. Want!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    Whoa, I'd be happy with that as a 17th, 27th or 37th present. Want!
    That is sweet! Reminds me of a crazy contraption I built once. The sweetest hamster cage ever!! Fully customizable. No limits! This one isn't nearly as cool; but still, I think you get the idea. Would also make a great gift for an ENTP tot...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    Whoa, I'd be happy with that as a 17th, 27th or 37th present. Want!
    Me too, that's why I added "nowadays". I guess the seven-year-old me would just be a little too unhandy to build it herself and that would lead to frustration.
    At 12, I was quite miffed because my classmates felt themselves too old for building marble pathways. What? Now that you're handy enough to cut a looping out of strong paper? I've had some characteristics of adolescence, but feeling too old to play never was one of them.
    Also, to 7 year old Tamske: a book, as long as it didn't split up the words in syllables and, of course, contained better stories than the schoolbooks. Why read about children going to school or visiting a farm? You could do that in reality! I wanted to read about gnomes and witches and dragons.
    Fantasy and science fiction have always interested me. Science was only a second choice. If magic isn't real, the next best thing is science, isn't it?
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    books ? oh gawd you conformists ! Guns !!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    books ? oh gawd you conformists ! Guns !!!!!!
    How bout a book made of guns?

    The cover can have a disclaimer: "if you don't finish me in 10 hours I'll blow your face off."

    At least for action/adventure books. It's like those interactive things...except way more interesting.

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    For romance books you end up falling in love with the book itself. Literally. You're doomed to spend the rest of your life infatuated with an inanimate object.

    I don't know what would be worse. But then again, an inanimate object can't really run out on you. Or be too clingy. Guess that's why Real Dolls are kind of a thing.

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