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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Well if he thinks that his interests help make up his identity, then yes he does identify with those things. Do you think your interests help make up your identity? Furthermore, if the field of ballet includes ballerinas, and you are a ballerina, then in identifying with yourself, you identify with at least one part of the field of ballet.
    This is ridiculous. If he had meant any of these things, it would have shown up somewhere in the lengthy wall of text with whom he chose to introduce himself. What the text does support is the possibility he identifies with pianos, Ginkgo. Accept it. Embrace it. Deal with it.

    i·den·ti·fy   [ahy-den-tuh-fahy, ih-den-] Show IPA verb, -fied, -fy·ing.
    verb (used with object)
    1.
    to recognize or establish as being a particular person or thing; verify the identity of: to identify handwriting; to identify the bearer of a check.
    2.
    to serve as a means of identification for: His gruff voice quickly identified him.
    3.
    to make, represent to be, or regard or treat as the same or identical: They identified Jones with the progress of the company.
    4.
    to associate in name, feeling, interest, action, etc. (usually followed by with ): He preferred not to identify himself with that group.

    5.
    Biology . to determine to what group (a given specimen) belongs.
    Meanwhile, I love how you had to skip past 3 entries in order to support the point you're making. Especially when entry #1 reads
    to recognize or establish as being a particular person or thing;
    All I want to know is if he identifies with inanimate objects. If so, what's the deal with that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    This is ridiculous. If he had meant any of these things, it would have shown up somewhere in the lengthy wall of text with whom he chose to introduce himself. What the text does support is the possibility he identifies with pianos, Ginkgo. Accept it. Embrace it. Deal with it.
    Nah.



    Meanwhile, I love how you had to skip past 3 entries in order to support the point you're making. Especially when entry #1 reads
    At least your love doesn't depend on make-up.

    All I want to know is if he identifies with inanimate objects. If so, what's the deal with that?
    Then why didn't you ask him?

    In other news...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Then why didn't you ask him?
    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    You identify with inanimate objects?
    There's method to the madness...


    At least your love doesn't depend on make-up.
    Evidently, the only thing my affection depends on is the degree to which the other person is an impossible male.
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    Anyways. My apologies @Medtnertunes for my OP-shitting and derail. I assure you that most of the people around here are better behaved. Welcome to the forums and good luck with finding your type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    There's method to the madness...

    Yeah but you didn't ask him in post #11. Therefore, you didn't ask him when it was most convenient at that time, due to me clearing up the issue.

    Evidently, the only thing my affection depends on is the degree to which the other person is an impossible male.
    I'm sure you love pianos then.

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    I typed him as ESTP btw . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Yeah but you didn't ask him in post #11. Therefore, you didn't ask him when it was most convenient at that time, due to me clearing up the issue.
    What the hell do you think I was asking, then? I was ASKING if he identified with inanimate objects. My post before this one was the first declarative statement I've directed towards the OP this entire thread.

    You are seriously overstepping yourself if you think I need you or anyone else to step in to interpret or "clarify" anything I have to say. Ever. Especially if your idea of clarifying things is wanking over semantics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amerellis View Post
    I typed him as ESTP btw . . .
    Yeah, you typed me as IxFx
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    What the hell do you think I was asking, then? I was ASKING if he identified with inanimate objects. My post before this one was the first declarative statement I've directed towards the OP this entire thread.

    You are seriously overstepping yourself if you think I need you or anyone else to step in to interpret or "clarify" anything I have to say. Ever. Especially if your idea of clarifying things is wanking over semantics.
    [YOUTUBE="Xa_db5l0q4Q"]It's an inanimate ****ing object.[/YOUTUBE]


    Carry on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    What the hell do you think I was asking, then? I was ASKING if he identified with inanimate objects. My post before this one was the first declarative statement I've directed towards the OP this entire thread.

    You are seriously overstepping yourself if you think I need you or anyone else to step in to interpret or "clarify" anything I have to say. Ever. Especially if your idea of clarifying things is wanking over semantics.
    I honestly thought your first post was in jest and decided to play along.

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