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    Hi, everyone! Glad to meet all of you. I've looked in here a few times lately, and it seems like a fun and lively place, so I decided to check it out. Lots of SPs here too! Good good good.

    I guess I'm interested in the MBTI because it's just so useful. I understand myself better since learning about it, and I'm better able to use my strengths and avoid my weaknesses. Even better, I can find other fun and happening SPs to hang out with, friendly and charming NFs to talk with, and contentious SJs who might want to help me with all the stuff that needs doing around the house.

    I like the usual SP stuff: musical instruments, art supplies, sporting gear, and cars with the proper number of pedals (three). Catch ya later!

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    Welcome Winder of Side.

    Here's your complimentary SP club jacket and membership card (it glows in the dark of course.) The snacks are over there, but unfortunately Halla74 has passed out in the punch bowl, so you might wanna grab something out of the cooler instead.
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    Welcome to the forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Welcome Winder of Side.

    Here's your complimentary SP club jacket and membership card (it glows in the dark of course.) The snacks are over there, but unfortunately Halla74 has passed out in the punch bowl, so you might wanna grab something out of the cooler instead.
    Thanks, Jeffster! I've only been here a few minutes and already I got some cool swag. I didn't expect the jacket would be paisley, but it's still pretty nice.

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    Thanks!

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    An excellent question, sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post
    Hi, everyone! Glad to meet all of you. I've looked in here a few times lately, and it seems like a fun and lively place, so I decided to check it out. Lots of SPs here too! Good good good.

    I guess I'm interested in the MBTI because it's just so useful. I understand myself better since learning about it, and I'm better able to use my strengths and avoid my weaknesses. Even better, I can find other fun and happening SPs to hang out with, friendly and charming NFs to talk with, and contentious SJs who might want to help me with all the stuff that needs doing around the house.

    I like the usual SP stuff: musical instruments, art supplies, sporting gear, and cars with the proper number of pedals (three). Catch ya later!
    Hi, Sidewinder. Nice to meet you too.

    I'm intrigued that someone finds this useful from a practical perspective. I'm guessing it's because SPs have Ni in there somewhere. Even Jeffster (though he won't admit it)... he just created a plausible fantasy scenario involving the SP archetype, guess which function he used for that?

    Anyway, MBTI is a good self-development tool, and it's good that you've found it. It doesn't seem like we have a lot of interests in common other than MBTI, but I'd say that's a good start.

    We're looking forward to interacting with you as well. That is, as long as you're the fun kind of SP rather than the annoying kind that constantly lectures people about how they found meaning in "duty" or "family" that changed their life for the better (some mistake them for SJs, but SJs aren't that weird about it, because they see those things as normal and take them for granted).

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    Hi Welcome to the forum, glad to meet you.
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    Resident "charming and friendly" NF at your service.

    SP's are fun. Nice to meet you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I'm intrigued that someone finds this useful from a practical perspective. I'm guessing it's because SPs have Ni in there somewhere. Even Jeffster (though he won't admit it)... he just created a plausible fantasy scenario involving the SP archetype, guess which function he used for that?
    Ae. (Extraverted Awesomeness.)


    We're looking forward to interacting with you as well. That is, as long as you're the fun kind of SP rather than the annoying kind that constantly lectures people about how they found meaning in "duty" or "family" that changed their life for the better.
    OH SNAP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Ae. (Extraverted Awesomeness.)
    Okay, I'll buy that.

    Jeffster just invented a new function. Darn, it's going to be hard to incorporate that into the existing system. Oh, well.

    OH SNAP.
    Ginger snaps?

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