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    Confusius once said there is no therapy as effective as promiscuous sex.

    Do you agree?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sil View Post
    In the connotative sense, no, I don't believe so.

    Although a type three might feel otherwise.

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    Did you watch the movie?
    Yes, I did.

    The Good the Bad and the Weird [Korean] (2010) - entertaining, but not my thing.
    Castaway on the Moon [Korean] (2009) - good, even comes with unexpected happy ending. I really like that one.

    Need a Sil's movie list thread or something, perhaps a blog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riva View Post
    Confusius once said there is no therapy as effective as promiscuous sex.

    Do you agree?

    Can't speak for everyone, but that hasn't been my experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    Yes, I did.

    The Good the Bad and the Weird [Korean] (2010) - entertaining, but not my thing.
    Castaway on the Moon [Korean] (2009) - good, even comes with unexpected happy ending. I really like that one.

    Need a Sil's movie list thread or something, perhaps a blog.
    Did you watch both before I mentioned them or afterwards?

    Have you watched any Korean shows before those two?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sil View Post
    Did you watch both before I mentioned them or afterwards?

    Have you watched any Korean shows before those two?
    I watched both, after you posted the names.

    No, I don't think I've ever watched any Korean shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    I watched both, after you posted the names.

    No, I don't think I've ever watched any Korean shows.
    I don't know whether to feel touched or massively weirded out by your excessive amount of free time.

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    @chubber

    On an aside, glad you liked Castaway. It's a pleasant film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sil View Post
    I don't know whether to feel touched or massively weirded out by your excessive amount of free time.
    I seem to create that effect, ever since I can remember.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sil View Post
    @chubber

    On an aside, glad you liked Castaway. It's a pleasant film.
    It was indeed, brave of her to step out.

    I thought it might have a similar ending to a Japanese movie that I watched:

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    In what ways does the ESTJ consider themselves different from the ISTJ? I mean, besides I vs E
    "P-please don't stare at me like that. I get so...terribly shy."

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21lux View Post
    In what ways does the ESTJ consider themselves different from the ISTJ? I mean, besides I vs E
    ISTJs have a real mean dry humor. They also tend to be wittier, in my experience.

    In terms of temperament, they are more low key; the energy they bring to social situations feels more dredged up from their reserves than natural.

    Although ISTJs I've met are not afraid of confrontation, they aren't as quick to engage in it if they feel they don't have to.

    ESTJs are generally more confrontational in nature and tend to enjoy a social challenge. ISTJs would only get mistaken for enjoying the same if their bluntness is read wrong.

    Their focus levels are also much, much higher.


    Personally, I see myself as less serious than most ISTJs I've met on the whole. They can be damned funny when they want, but they're generally not as warm as ESTJs. At least in my experience.
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