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    Quote Originally Posted by Osprey View Post
    Don't forget pumpkin seeds! I once did a stuffed pumpkin dish from a whole pumpkin... one of the big ones too. It lasted a week.
    Seeds are fine, and tasty, but a bit of a pain in the neck to process. Plus most of the nutrition is in the pumpkin flesh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    I like pumpkin season. We eat our pumpkins: pumpkin muffins, cake, bread, and SOUP!
    Yeah, all of that.mI don't even like muffins, or dessert. But put some pumpkin in it and I'll devour it.
    This may have something to do with the cinnamon seasoning. I have a...reaction to cinnamon.

    I do also love pumpkin seeads... imput Cinnamon on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Seeds are fine, and tasty, but a bit of a pain in the neck to process. Plus most of the nutrition is in the pumpkin flesh.
    That's true. You can buy a bag of them already processed, though.
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    Could MBTI be the personality equivalent for non-binary gender identity systems?
    Active, successful natures act,
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    as if always confronted with the command, 'Will
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abendrot View Post
    Could MBTI be the personality equivalent for non-binary gender identity systems?
    Interesting thought, what would be the binary version, then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by There View Post
    Interesting thought, what would be the binary version, then?
    You could say that there are some binary views of personality which are oversimplified and dichotomous: Extrovert/Introvert, Alpha/Beta, Type A/Type B, but that's not the basis of the analogy I'm making.

    The similarity is this: it seems to me that both MBTI and non-binary gender systems tend to interest people who feel like square pegs in round holes and feel misunderstood (Especially for INXX types). These systems help the person to better understand themselves and feel more legitimacy in their perceived identities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abendrot View Post
    You could say that there are some binary views of personality which are oversimplified and dichotomous: Extrovert/Introvert, Alpha/Beta, Type A/Type B, but that's not the basis of the analogy I'm making.

    The similarity is this: it seems to me that both MBTI and non-binary gender systems tend to interest people who feel like square pegs in round holes and feel misunderstood (Especially for INXX types). These systems help the person to better understand themselves and feel more legitimacy in their perceived identities.
    IME MBTI and gender systems of any sort are categorising based on different sets of criteria. There is often a tendency to equate or at least correlate the two, but they are not the same. As such, neither is a substitute for the other. I personally find MBTI the more usefuly system as it says much more about the nature of a specific individual than any gender category could.
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    Agreed.
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    not according to the maxim, 'Know thyself' but
    as if always confronted with the command, 'Will
    thyself' - Nietzsche

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitoshi-San View Post
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