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    Did ESTPs invent skydiving and other "extreme" sports?

    Did you guys come up with the Do the Dew ad campaign?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyedecker View Post
    Dis ESTPs invent skydiving and other "extreme" sports?

    Did you guys come up with the Do the Dew ad campaign?
    I fully endorse Mt Dew as the official ESTP drink.

    ESTPs never invented skydiving, per se. Other people simply looked at ESTPs and realized jumping off of cliffs was a great idea.

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    Why is it that when ESTP people impulsively do something dumb like jump off a roof, it ends well and they're like, "woo hoo that was epic, I didn't even get hurt!" but when I decide to act impulsively to impress SP friends, it fails miserably and I end up in a body cast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyedecker View Post
    Why is it that when ESTP people impulsively do something dumb like jump off a roof, it ends well and they're like, "woo hoo that was epic, I didn't even get hurt!" but when I decide to act impulsively to impress SP friends, it fails miserably and I end up in a body cast?
    Its because you spend your miserable existence sucking ass 24 7 thinking about jesus and why flowers don't fuck their own asses.

    Maybe you should get a life and practice jumping off roofs more often.

    *Fists Lydecker's face unnecessarily*

    Mt. Dew.

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    LOL! Do flowers have asses? That's a funny mental image.

    I'm more of a Mr. Pibb guy myself

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    You are making good vids, gave me several new angles to look at some types from.

    However I do have an issue with one thing.

    Do you really believe that Fi is trapped in the negative range of emotion?
    You mentioned it in the ISFP and ISTP vid comparison I believe.
    It really makes no sense to me as a Fi dom.
    How do you view that whole issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornet View Post
    You are making good vids, gave me several new angles to look at some types from.

    However I do have an issue with one thing.

    Do you really believe that Fi is trapped in the negative range of emotion?
    You mentioned it in the ISFP and ISTP vid comparison I believe.
    It really makes no sense to me as a Fi dom.
    How do you view that whole issue?
    Fi is not trapped in the negative range of emotion, but when dominant introverted functions take over, often the result is melancholy or depression.

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    What are your thoughts on Anabolic Burst Cycling Diet & Exercise as a workout regimen to, in order of preference: looks, strength, endurance, health (notice I'm leaving out size)

    I'm debating getting back into a regular exercise regimen but I don't know if I'm up to all the yo-yo'ing. Alternatively, what works for you or someone you know?
    "The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents... Some day the piecing together of dissociated knowledge will open up such terrifying vistas of reality, and of our frightful position therein, that we shall either go mad from the revelation or flee from the light into the peace and safety of a new Dark Age. " - H.P. Lovecraft

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    I like your description of Fi/Te and Fe/Ti badasses in one of your vids. ISFP video, maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankyMcFly View Post
    What are your thoughts on Anabolic Burst Cycling Diet & Exercise as a workout regimen to, in order of preference: looks, strength, endurance, health (notice I'm leaving out size)

    I'm debating getting back into a regular exercise regimen but I don't know if I'm up to all the yo-yo'ing. Alternatively, what works for you or someone you know?
    I wouldn't know anything about that. Everything I do is isometric and natural. I'm a gymnast and I'm the owner of a parkour gym, so I spend a lot of time running, jumping and climbing.


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