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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    Furthermore, [A long treatise about this two word test]
    That treatise. Fuck... Life-changing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    1. Friend
    2. Enemy
    friend - more neutral


    Kind of like this post:

    Quote Originally Posted by Ene View Post
    As for friends and enemies, it only makes sense to choose a friend over an enemy and therefore, it is only logical that anyone would choose the word friend. Enemies are not good and the very word enemy will subconsciously conjure a reaction of some sort.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Then how do you answer this:

    1. like me
    2. not like me
    like me - again more neutral


    Which option is the T and which is the F? Let me know.

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    actually maybe it depends on mood, non-neutral option can be more interesting at other times.

    sorry I can't give a consistent answer here

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    actually maybe it depends on mood, non-neutral option can be more interesting at other times.

    sorry I can't give a consistent answer here
    If you're looking for the "right" answer, then that's the wrong way to go about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    If you're looking for the "right" answer, then that's the wrong way to go about it.
    I'm not looking for a "right" answer. I just thought about it more and realized it depends. Just trying to pick for sure without changing it.

    Also, it depends on which language I am thinking in. If I think in my native language, "friend" (not English) isn't such a completely neutral word. In English it is. In my native language "enemy" is more neutral. If this makes sense :P I can't really explain, English probably just occupies some different wiring in my brain. This language in general feels more "distant" to me, though I don't notice most of the time which language I'm actually using .

    Otoh, just to complicate things, in my native language, I'm more confidently choosing "friend" over "enemy". Again, don't try to find logic here because there isn't, at least not on the surface for sure. (Note, with your other one-question tests I/E and S/N, I didn't find a difference in answers depending on language, rest assured)

    Quite honestly I don't even understand the idea behind this friend/enemy question, how is it related to T/F in your opinion? And which one is the F and which one is the T? (You can tell me in PM, if you don't want to make it publiv yet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    I'm not looking for a "right" answer. I just thought about it more and realized it depends. Just trying to pick for sure without changing it.

    Also, it depends on which language I am thinking in. If I think in my native language, "friend" (not English) isn't such a completely neutral word. In English it is. In my native language "enemy" is more neutral. If this makes sense :P I can't really explain, English probably just occupies some different wiring in my brain. This language in general feels more "distant" to me, though I don't notice most of the time which language I'm actually using .

    Otoh, just to complicate things, in my native language, I'm more confidently choosing "friend" over "enemy". Again, don't try to find logic here because there isn't, at least not on the surface for sure. (Note, with your other one-question tests I/E and S/N, I didn't find a difference in answers depending on language, rest assured)

    Quite honestly I don't even understand the idea behind this friend/enemy question, how is it related to T/F in your opinion? And which one is the F and which one is the T? (You can tell me in PM, if you don't want to make it publiv yet)
    I take it you're Hungarian?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    1. Friend
    2. Enemy
    BS

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    BS
    = Enemy
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    This one question test is not a question. No question, no answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    This one question test is not a question. No question, no answer.
    TRANSLATION:

    Enemy.
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