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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    I like to bake, dont' do it often now, but do enjoy it, was just wondering if other NT women were also into it.
    i agree with the typical POV expressed in this thread -- NT women can like it just fine and it's not a matter of how the activity is gendered, it is just whether it holds personal interest or practical need to the eyes of the individual.

    TPs might not be as much into the detail work either. I would rather play around and see what I can invent based on what I already know, than necessarily follow some recipe and have it come out perfectly.
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    I cook by instinct, but I learned when I was very young so I guess it's part of me.

    The whole geneder of the activity is a bit loose really, but I've often heard NT women saying they are more gender nutral/less girly about stuff. But it seems that women do have a good sense of their own femininity but it's expressed how they want it... very T-minded

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    I suck at cooking / baking.
    I like to bake cookies with my neighbor kids, but I always burn the cookies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InfiniteIntrigue View Post
    I suck at cooking / baking.
    I like to bake cookies with my neighbor kids, but I always burn them.
    This is refering to cookies or the kids ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    This is refering to cookies or the kids ?
    LOL.
    the cookies.
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    I didn't think cooking and baking were feminine. Hell, most of the people who do either professionally are male...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    I have huge norks... they are a bit of a give away, but I hide them well
    totally OT (but hey, we are ENTPs after all :P), but how do you do that ? I've found that the only way to hide big boobs is to wear tents that make me look three times fatter, otherwise they are visible no matter what.
    ... I'd like to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by epp View Post
    totally OT (but hey, we are ENTPs after all :P), but how do you do that ? I've found that the only way to hide big boobs is to wear tents that make me look three times fatter, otherwise they are visible no matter what.
    ... I'd like to know
    all about your clavical bones... weirdly enough...

    Body shape is an optical illusion, if you were tops that cover your clavical bones then it thows attentiont o other part of your body.

    Don't wear low cut top, horizontal stripes, glaring colours, flimsy tops, etc....

    It's also about cut, and not getting everything tightly fitted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    I didn't think cooking and baking were feminine. Hell, most of the people who do either professionally are male...
    Yeah, I've always thought that was weird. Like its womans work in the home but in the real world its mans work. I've actually seen bias towards female chefs

    Anyway, I suck at baking, I have problems paying attention ~exactly~ to the recipe. And when I do then it becomes boring. And I don't really have a sweet tooth so I have no motivation to bake anything. I'm a great cooker tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tewt View Post
    Yeah, I've always thought that was weird. Like its womans work in the home but in the real world its mans work. I've actually seen bias towards female chefs

    Anyway, I suck at baking, I have problems paying attention ~exactly~ to the recipe. And when I do then it becomes boring. And I don't really have a sweet tooth so I have no motivation to bake anything. I'm a great cooker tho
    Yeah, I grew up where my mother and father both did about the same amount of cooking and baking. *shrug*
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