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    Default INTPc reminds me of one flew over the cocos nest!

    I recently watched "One flew over the cocos nest" and it's just like INTP Central!

    Lmao, OMW is the head nurse and Attila the hunny as sidekick nurse.

    As a member I sometimes feel like those patients. Am I the only INTPc member to feel this way?

    And btw I have never been banned. I'm still a member. I'm not bashing that forum, it just seemed similar to the movie.

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    *Cuckoo's

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    I would say that it's more like Malice in Wonderland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobble View Post
    I recently watched "One flew over the cocos nest" and it's just like INTP Central!

    Lmao, OMW is the head nurse and Attila the hunny as sidekick nurse.

    As a member I sometimes feel like those patients. Am I the only INTPc member to feel this way?

    And btw I have never been banned. I'm still a member. I'm not bashing that forum, it just seemed similar to the movie.
    Your spelling of "cuckoo" is so bad I can't even come up with some Ne-esque flight of fancy to mock it with through a cleverly constructed bizarre shrubbery maze of delights that will awe and inspire you.

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    Hypogonadism.

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    I have never seen the movie, but it sounds plausible.

    They ran me out for being an ESFJ, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Your spelling of "cuckoo" is so bad I can't even come up with some Ne-esque flight of fancy to mock it with through a cleverly constructed bizarre shrubbery maze of delights that will awe and inspire you.
    Why do misspelled words drive Ne types so nuts?

    Lol

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    No wonder. Once you create a topic like ''What's the point of life'', a random intp will ask you to define life and another one will ask whether you mean it on a evolutionary, psychological or religious level.
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    A man builds. A parasite asks 'Where is my share?'
    A man creates. A parasite says, 'What will the neighbors think?'
    A man invents. A parasite says, 'Watch out, or you might tread on the toes of God... '


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    What that says to me, is that INTPs lack critical thinking skills.

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    Admin: Do you like it here?

    MacMurphy: *head in hand, hair a mess* That fuckin nurse, man.

    Admin: What do you mean sir?

    MacMurphy: She ah *long pause* she ain't honest.

    Admin: Oh, now look, um, Miss Racheds one of the finest nurses we've got is this institution.

    MacMurphy: heh ha! While I Don't want to break up the meeting or nothing but she's something of a c**t ain't she doc?

    Admin: How do you mean that?

    MacMurphy: She likes a rigged game if you know what I mean.

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