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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    hey!! what does that mean??
    That I'm funny like that? I dunno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    Ugh. ISFPs...

    :rolli:
    I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout. Every time I steam up, I give a shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    So while the S went hunting and the NT was inventing, we were..protecting babies and sharing the wealth? That's...interesting. *reconsiders type*
    You were researching voodoo.


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    ISFPs were off picking flowers or taking care of little kids or trying to catch bunny rabbits...

    ENTPs were inventing catapults.

    INTPs were bored. No internet.

    ESFJs were organizing cave parties.

    ENFJs were writing motivational speeches about teaming up with the clan across the river.

    ENTJs were leading the hunting parties. ESTJs were too.

    INTJs were bored until they got interested in helping the ENTPs invent catapults.

    ISTPs were racing horses and whittling flutes until they teamed up with the INTJs and ENTPs and began to actually build the catapults...that was until the ISTPs were like "Hey what do we even need this thing for anyway?"

    INFJs were giving people spiritual guidance and free 5 minute therapy sessions.

    INFPs got distracted from envisioning a better world by the ISFPs who persuaded them to go pick flowers with them near a far off cave and together they ended up doing the first cave paintings with what they hadn't realized was bat guano.

    ISTJs were fishing.

    ESFPs were story telling.

    ENFPs were all over the place doing bits of everything that is until they met up with the ESFPs and decided to throw a talent show.

    ESTPs were hunting, fishing, and challenging each other to courage contests.

    ISFJs were taking care of all the kids while simultaneously maintaing an extremely tidy cave dwelling.
    "To find beauty in loss, hope in darkness."

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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    You were researching voodoo.
    Shhhtt! *checks on her bubbling cauldron*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    INTPs were bored. No internet.
    True.

    Though fire wasn't a bad substitute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    True.

    Though fire wasn't a bad substitute.
    Heehee

    Okay I'll give the INTPs a real one...

    *thinks*


    The INTPs were chillin by the fire until they saw the ISTPs, ENTPs, and INTJs with the half-built catapult and decided to go see what was going on and convinced them to continue making it because it would be good for hunting large game animals and then got in a long conversation with the ISTPs about improving the efficiency of the catapult.

    You know either that or invented the written form of spoken language.
    "To find beauty in loss, hope in darkness."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    Heehee

    Okay I'll give the INTPs a real one...

    *thinks*


    The INTPs were chillin by the fire until they saw the ISTPs, ENTPs, and INTJs with the half-built catapult and decided to go see what was going on and convinced them to continue making it because it would be good for hunting large game animals and then got in a long conversation with the ISTPs about improving the efficiency of the catapult.

    You know either that or invented the written form of spoken language.
    Actually we threw the half-built catapult in the fire to see how it would burn.

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    Oh dear, Sarah we've entirely derailed your thread.

    Ah well posting on this forum you probably expected it to happen.
    "To find beauty in loss, hope in darkness."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Actually we threw the half-built catapult in the fire to see how it would burn.
    Then the ISFPs began roasting marshmellows meat on it...
    "To find beauty in loss, hope in darkness."

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