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    Quote Originally Posted by 6sticks View Post
    Bugs are like people, if there's a strange one in your house stomp on their face and dump em out back. You wouldn't try to slip a bit of paper under a burglar, now would you? Would you!? I rest my case.
    So it would be ok to smash them with food and say you were just trying to feed them? Would that satisfy both sides? That would be like a man dying in the act of :eek:

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    read the disclaimer.
    so your ENFP now. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6sticks View Post
    Bugs are like people, if there's a strange one in your house stomp on their face and dump em out back. You wouldn't try to slip a bit of paper under a burglar, now would you? Would you!? I rest my case.
    If the burglar had six legs and weighed less than an ounce I would.

    so your ENFP now. lol
    Yeah, lol. I'm a nut job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    If the burglar had six legs and weighed less than an ounce I would.



    Yeah, lol. I'm a nut job.
    U go from ISFP to ISTP to ENFP its quite different lol

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    I guess. But we ENFPs see ourselves in everyone, it seems. Dominant extraverted perceiving function I think makes you a little clueless as to who you are because you are always latching onto externals as a way to identify yourself. So you see someone else and you notice the similarities to who you are, meanwhile ignoring the differences, and you think, "Wow! That's me!"

    Because we all have similarities. And then there's the fact that I'm somewhat antisocial. Extravert in my case doesn't mean need or want to be around people all the time. It means need and want to be around novelty all the time.

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    my crush is an ISTP. Extremely private and down-to-earth though, and I never had enough courage or certainty to approach her so nothing ever happened between us. It probably wouldn't have worked though (leering at my type).

    -_-

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    ^ never know unless you try.
    ~luck favors the ready~


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    that's true, although I think that opportunity has left the building. Unless I were to internet her, and that's just lame. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Did you ever know that you're my hero,
    and everything I would like to be?
    I can fly higher than an eagle,
    for you are the wind beneath my wings......
    This is

    way LATE!

    But....

    That sounds like poetry, and poetry is NOT cool.... D:

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    Quote Originally Posted by slant View Post
    poetry is NOT cool.... D:
    SO TRUE!!!!!!
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