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    What's the best thing that happened to you today?

    Well, I hope the best thing that would happen to me today hasn't happened yet, because I'm off to a party in a few minutes and I hope that will be good. I don't know what else would be today's highlight. I've done a lot today, but if I had to be honest, I'd name taking a dump as the best moment of my day, as far as the day has gone by up till now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    @senza tema
    What's the best thing that happened to you today?

    Well, I hope the best thing that would happen to me today hasn't happened yet, because I'm off to a party in a few minutes and I hope that will be good. I don't know what else would be today's highlight. I've done a lot today, but if I had to be honest, I'd name taking a dump as the best moment of my day, as far as the day has gone by up till now.


    The satisfaction of taking a good dump is actually pretty hard to beat.

    Post details on the party here later!

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    When you think about the things you are going to do, how do you think about it? Do you imagine yourself doing it, anticipate how you will feel, try to predict the future, plan, etc.?

    Do you think there are any ESFP philosophers?

    How could an ESFP and an INTP possibly have anything to talk about? From what I've seen online, it's not as uncommon a combination as one might expect.

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    @senza tema
    Post details on the party here later!
    It was bad. I knew about nine people who would attend the party too, but from those nine people only two showed up. One of them happened to be someone I don't talk to, because she unfriended me on Facebook (which means she hates me and people who hate me don't deserve to have any contact with me). Also one of my best friends, let's call him 'Jimmy', said he would attend the party, but he didn't show up. He's currently dating this girl who doesn't allow him to go anywhere. Not that she wants him to stay home with her, because sometimes she goes to places he was supposed to go in his place, but she doesn't seem to want him to go anywhere. I haven't seen 'Jimmy' in a month and I miss him a lot, because he's like a big brother to me (I did ask him when he had time to hang out, but he never knows when he has time). So that kinda ruined my mood.
    Then there were lots of other people at the party who I didn't know yet and I just wanted to get straight to the dance floor, but no one else wanted to dance. Instead they just stood in circles talking about people I didn't know and stuff. I tried to convince some people to come and dance too, but most people just seemed to want to talk. Also, most people were friends of one of the host's boyfriend, who's like eight years older than me, so they were kinda more serious. It didn't help me improve my mood.
    Conclusion: I think taking a dump is still yesterday's highlight.

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    When you think about the things you are going to do, how do you think about it? Do you imagine yourself doing it, anticipate how you will feel, try to predict the future, plan, etc.?
    It depends on what type of thing we're talking about. If it's about making an important choice or solving a problem, I try to find out what's the best thing to do. When I found something good in this situation, I think of ways to improve it. I do try to predict the future outcomes of these things, because somehow I'm good at predicting what the outcomes of certain events will be (sometimes it's scary how good I can predict things, but I think it has more to do with common sense than paranormal shit). When it's about just fun stuff, I imagine myself doing it and enjoying it.

    Do you think there are any ESFP philosophers?
    No, no, NO! If there are any ESFP philosophers, they must be goddamn insane! No, I severely disapprove of the idea of ESFP philosophers. ESFPs were made to do more useful things, not to sit on the couch all day with a freaking opium pipe between their lips and thinking about if they actually exist or if everything is just imagination. When I was in high school, I attended some philosophy classes, but they were okay, because our teacher was highly skeptic of philosophic theories and preferred to fill every class with stories about feminism (she was actually a history teacher and a hippie, coolest teacher ever). Now I have to follow some philosophy classes too, but they bore the shit out of me. I really wonder if philosophers really have nothing better to do with their lives than making everything more complicated than it already is. Like I sometimes say to my friends, "a chair is just a fucking chair, a table is just a fucking table, a window is just a fucking window AND NOTHING ELSE".

    How could an ESFP and an INTP possibly have anything to talk about? From what I've seen online, it's not as uncommon a combination as one might expect.
    I know some INTPs and they can be cool actually. I just think they need to have something in common to talk about. Common interests, the same job/education, maybe some friends they have in common, things they have done together.
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    You are @Poimandres' doppelganger.

    You two should team up and conquer the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    You are @Poimandres' doppelganger.

    You two should team up and conquer the world.
    You mean the doppelganger from an alternate universe where everything is the exact opposite of here or what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    You mean the doppelganger from an alternate universe where everything is the exact opposite of here or what?
    You two aren't wholly different. The variances are illusory only upon the surface, the way one unwitting of refraction may miscalculate the location of a fish hiding just inside water.

    Do you play videogames? What is your favorite medium of entertainment, and why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    You two aren't wholly different. The variances are illusory only upon the surface, the way one unwitting of refraction may miscalculate the location of a fish hiding just inside water.

    Do you play videogames? What is your favorite medium of entertainment, and why?
    Well, okay, right. Because ESFPs and INTJs have the opposite letters, but the same functions or something?

    I've never actually owned a videogame! If I had to estimate how many time I've spent playing videogames in my entire life, I'd have to say less than ten hours. They never had an appeal to me. I think my favorite medium of entertainment is music, because you can bring it with you everywhere. I think it's more of an addiction really, I always need some sounds and noise around me. Silence makes me nervous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    Well, okay, right. Because ESFPs and INTJs have the opposite letters, but the same functions or something?
    Maybe so.

    I've never actually owned a videogame! If I had to estimate how many time I've spent playing videogames in my entire life, I'd have to say less than ten hours. They never had an appeal to me. I think my favorite medium of entertainment is music, because you can bring it with you everywhere. I think it's more of an addiction really, I always need some sounds and noise around me. Silence makes me nervous.
    What are your favorite types of music? Favorite color?

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    What are your favorite types of music? Favorite color?
    My favorite types of music are mostly dance and some pop (but only if you can dance to it). Also some songs that make me nostalgic, but that has more to do with nostalgia.

    I'm not 100% sure what my favorite color is. It always used to love bright red, but lately I'm cheating on it with bright yellow. Oh well, as long as it's bright, I like it.
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