# Thread: How to Escape Female ISTJ

1. Originally Posted by d@v3
At least if she was a feeler she would be sympathetic in putting herself in my shoes, right?
She's not devoid of feeling.

Not to mention she would take the dissapointment well since they are all the time optimistic!
Funniest thing I've read here in a long time!

LOL, a this had to be inspired by a Feeler...

2. Not to mention she would take the dissapointment well since they are all the time optimistic!
Huh?

3. Originally Posted by heart
She's not devoid of feeling.

Funniest thing I've read here in a long time!

LOL, a this had to be inspired by a Feeler...
lol. Shes not? And here I thought all this time the SJ's were supposed to have no feelings at all! Jeez, you NFP's really know how to pull the wool over an SJ's eyes!

HEY! I was told that ENFP's were optimistic ALL THE TIME.... by a very reliable source! An ENFP told me that!

4. Can you find a way to engage her logic in this whole mess, make it logical that you're not suited to each other?

5. Originally Posted by heart
Can you find a way to engage her logic in this whole mess, make it logical that you're not suited to each other?
I don't even know what logic is anymore. It has misled me into mess after mess. Is logic like the good ol' linear thinking I used to be so good at? A+B=C ?

6. Originally Posted by d@v3
I don't even know what logic is anymore. It has misled me into mess after mess. Is logic like the good ol' linear thinking I used to be so good at? A+B=C ?
A+B=A+B

Which may, but not necessarily (and likely not) equal C.

7. Originally Posted by Costrin
A+B=A+B

Which may, but not necessarily (and likely not) equal C.
Damn I knew I shouldn't have brought up math! Now I'm confused.

Do you mean A+B=AB? Yes. I think THAT is what I meant to say before.

8. Originally Posted by Shaula
^LOL! Math scares me!

9. Originally Posted by d@v3
Damn I knew I shouldn't have brought up math! Now I'm confused.

Do you mean A+B=AB? Yes. I think THAT is what I meant to say before.
No, that's wrong.

AB means A * B, which is different than A + B.

Anyway.... blah blah blah *insert Ti-centric preaching here*.

Oh and, linear logic example:

Premises:
When A is true, and B is true, then C must be true
A is true.
B is true.
Therefore:
C is true.

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