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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Not in general, actually. I'm more likely to see other Intuitives as irrational than Sensors, if they've made different leaps than myself. I really only see sensors as irrational if they're religious fundamentalists or something like that. Their decisions usually make sense in context of what they value.

    I'd say Sensors just seem a little... slow, but more thorough. And maybe superficial. But definitely not irrational. I'd be quicker to call myself irrational.
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    well, the odd intuitard moment causes me to view my S friends with affectionate amusement... for example, I might text "happy bidet" meaning "birthday" (B-day, geddit?) and though I know it's not exactly Oscar Wilde levels of wit and I'm not expecting them to find it hilarious, it's funny to me when I get a text back saying "wtf?" and then have to explain the connections to them after they've explained to me how I spelled it wrongly and stuff like that

    It's not stupidity, it's obviously not any kind of lack of intelligence, cos I see S people I know having brilliant(ly funny) intuitard moments all the time, people whom I know to be very intelligent and knowledgeable. It's something else... I guess it's just that, where I'm looking at the wood, they're kinda stuck on the trees and vice versa. That sorta thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    well, the odd intuitard moment causes me to view my S friends with affectionate amusement... for example, I might text "happy bidet"

    It's not stupidity,
    I'm an N, but if you texted "bidet" to me, I'd tell you to go wash your asshole on your own time.

    bidet: a basin for washing genitals and anal area.

    Some of us NTs actually have an English degree.
    And as far as it not being stupidity, I beg to differ.
    I'm not talking about the S person, here.

    Infer from that what you will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    well, the odd intuitard moment causes me to view my S friends with affectionate amusement... for example, I might text "happy bidet" meaning "birthday" (B-day, geddit?) and though I know it's not exactly Oscar Wilde levels of wit and I'm not expecting them to find it hilarious, it's funny to me when I get a text back saying "wtf?" and then have to explain the connections to them after they've explained to me how I spelled it wrongly and stuff like that
    That's interesting! I can imagine myself going "huhhh" if I were to receive such a text from an N friend (apparently I still don't get how 'bidet' means bday, I would probably assume it's a word I haven't learned yet). Anyway... if you were to send the same text to a fellow N, what would be the likely response?

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    well, the odd intuitard moment causes me to view my S friends with affectionate amusement... for example, I might text "happy bidet" meaning "birthday" (B-day, geddit?) and though I know it's not exactly Oscar Wilde levels of wit and I'm not expecting them to find it hilarious, it's funny to me when I get a text back saying "wtf?" and then have to explain the connections to them after they've explained to me how I spelled it wrongly and stuff like that
    Took me about 20 seconds to get it. I would chuckle at that and text back some smart ass comment (See the word play) .. I like it. lol
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    ^ Bidet=B-Day. B-day= birthday. Bidet is pronounced Bee-day.
    So Happy bidet is supposed to be "funny."
    It's only funny if you laugh at stupid shit.
    If you don't laugh at stupid shit, you won't think it's funny.

    Jag's advice: Don't laugh at stupid shit.

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    Oh, I didn't realize it was pronounced that way. haha.
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    So... I just used it on my intp friend. He doesnt allow people to give him birthday wishes for some reason. Fun stuff, I got to wish him a happy bday without doing it directly! (Thx, I was amused.) Anyway.. he got it immediately. I'd almost swear he read it on the forum, but that can't be possible becaues he doesn't believe in mbti. haha. I need a wider vocab :[

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    Quote Originally Posted by ster View Post
    So... I just used it on my intp friend. He doesnt allow people to give him birthday wishes for some reason. Fun stuff, I got to wish him a happy bday without doing it directly! (Thx, I was amused.) Anyway.. he got it immediately. I'd almost swear he read it on the forum, but that can't be possible becaues he doesn't believe in mbti. haha. I need a wider vocab :[
    :yim_rolling_on_the_ Urban Dictionary: Happy Bidet

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