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    ENFJ: 5 layer Bundt cake
    ISTP: Beer and corn chips or burrito
    ISFJ: Chicken noodle soup
    ISFP: Chicken nuggets
    INTP: Escargot
    INTJ: Hairspray. Sharp, bitter, no-nonsense, stubborn of taste.
    INFP: Cotton candy
    INFJ: Whole wheat pita bread
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    Imagine that, I do like cold pizza haha.
    Just because you can doesn't mean you should.

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    Why does EVERYONE hate INTJ's so?!
    how about desserts?

    ESFP: Who says party like a tray of vodka-jello shots?
    ESFJ: Ice cream - sweet and generous, ice cream is the dependable one who comes to the rescue on a hot day at the expense of itself. It can melt easily under pressure, can sometimes give you a headache, and is a bit of an enabler for unhealthy habits by being the go-to for comfort
    ISFJ: who's soft and gooey like a marshmallow? All squishy acceptance, the marshmallow loves everyone...even when it's stabbed with a stick and roasted over a fire. As the filling for other snacks, a tasty addition to hot cocoa, or the topping to another dessert, the marshmallow is sometimes taken for granted, but will always remain soft and sweet
    INTJ: The hard candy with the squishy inside underneath the shell. All tough and difficult to crack, the hard candy hides a core of squishy, sweetness, buried deeply beneath a teeth-cracking shell. A little bit of patience goes a long way in being rewarded, while attacking it will usually result in a very sore jaw at the very least.
    ESTP: quadruple layered chocolate cheese cake with chocolate mouse and crumbles of chocolate, all glazed over with a thick layer of dark chocolate fudge, all topped in whipped cream and a cherry.. Utterly delicious for the first five seconds, but have the whole serving and you'll be puking your guts up and saying "i hope i never see that thing again in my life"

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    ENTP: Something weird and exotic no one can pronounce. You ENTPs just have to be different, don't you?

    INTP: Some weird concoction made up of random things found in the fridge. Because we're too lazy to go to the store until we're literally out of food.

    ESTJ: Hot dogs and apple pie. Because they are all American foods and ESTJ is the all American type.

    INFP: Something all natural or vegan.

    ESTP: Monster Thickburger. Its macho.

    ISTJ: Bran flakes. Because you're boring.

    ISFJ: Bran flakes with a sprinkle of sugar. Because you're boring but kinda sweet.
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    No thinking, just listing:


    ISFP: Cocaine
    ISTP: Dog Food
    ISFJ: Cat Food
    ISTJ: Honey
    INFP: Whale Blubber
    INTP: Herring
    INFJ: Raw Potatoes
    INTJ: Salmon
    ESFP: Jalapenos
    ESTP: Beef
    ESFJ: Tofu
    ESTJ: Pork
    ENFP: Cookies
    ENTP: Manwich
    ENFJ: Swordfish
    ENTJ: Lettuce
    You lose.

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    Yes, why such INTJ hate

    whatever, just have to say, the beverage list is spot on! :p

    Well...I am going to give each type a...COOKIE!

    ISTP - Oatmeal raisin - they have some grit to them
    ISFP - Snickerdoodles - sweet and spicy
    ESFP - Sugar cookies with sprinkles! Light and airy.
    ESTP - Peanut Butter - packed full of protein

    ISFJ - A warm gingerbread man, reminiscent of precious Christmas memories
    ISTJ - Short bread cookies - very functional
    ESFJ - Macaroons (almost....too sweet)
    ESTJ - Holiday cookies because they like traditions and fitting into molds

    INFJ - Milano cookies - sophisticated with lots of layers
    INFP - Fudge-striped cookies - a bit eccentric
    ENFJ - warm chocolate chip
    ENFP - M&M cookies because that is where the party's at

    INTJ - OREOs - hard on the outside, soft on the inside
    INTP - Pecan Supreme - because they tend to be nutty
    ENTJ - Double chocolate chip because they are rich and decadent
    ENTP - White chocolate chip because they dare to be different

    Can I eat you guys up now??!!!

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    Ew... Escargot...

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    ENFP:
    Rotten eggs- they make good objects to hurl at passing cars.
    ENTJ:
    Jagermeister- it's hard for the weak to resist spitting them out and even harder for them to swallow.
    ENTP:
    Shrooms- they take you on one hell of a trip.
    ESFJ:
    Grass- they're almost always being stepped on.
    ESFP:
    Poptarts- they're the only cream-filled tarts that are popular with men, women and children alike.
    ESTP:
    Crabs- their energy is infectious.
    INTP:
    Cream- they're a bunch of fluffy pacifists; even a four-year old could whip them.
    INTJ:
    Blood Clams- cold, rare, forbidden and improper handling could be fatal.
    INTP:
    Cavier- their esoteric taste turns off the general public.
    ISFJ:
    Bologna- they're best when fried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suchirony View Post
    ENTP: Something weird and exotic no one can pronounce. You ENTPs just have to be different, don't you?
    Not just ENTPs. Food's I've eaten and enjoyed (obviously many of these were eaten whilst traveling):

    - Spaghetti with mint, drenched in octopus ink
    - Congealed blood cubes
    - Bulls testicles
    - Duck
    - Yak cheese
    - Goat milk ice cream
    - Unhatched fish eggs
    - Eel
    - Quail eggs
    - Pigeon
    - Crickets and mealworms
    - Dog, barbequed and seasoned
    - Alligator
    - Snakes
    - Buckwheat milk
    - Dandelion weeds I randomly plucked from the ground
    - Raw cacao drenched in sea salt (dessert)

    Now I'm hungry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Now I'm hungry...
    Now I'm not.

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