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Female-INFP bait!

Cognisant

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#51
Would a plushie of something that would otherwise be frightening or repulsive work?

As I see it the sort of thing that'll make a <type> girl go "squee" is:

INFP: A disgustingly cute plushie of something otherwise frightening/repulsive.
INTP: A terrifyingly realistic animatronic facehugger, that hisses when touched.
INTJ: Comprehensive statistical analysis of the annual world death toll.
INFJ: You don't want to know.
 

SpaceYeti

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#52
If you can't be yourself around them there is no point. If the above points are you, then go for it.
Quoted for da trufe.

If someone doesn't like when you act normal, they don't like you.
 

MissQuote

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#53
oh oh you guys need help ? let me give you a good one and let your Ne do the rest for you...

ask her.... are you more a rational or an emotional person?

no wait wait don't tell me..... i know a way to find out!

we are not here right now anymore, forget everything around us.

imagine this situation

there is a train thats going to crash, everybody inside is going to die

you are the only one that knows, you can save them by pushing an ugly guy in front of the train. then he will die, but the train will stop and you will save all those other people.\

would you push him??

(no i cant push a person=emotional/feeler)
(yes i will save more lives=rational/thinker)

other answers:
"yes hahahaha i would enjoy it" > borderliner, avoid her
"i will jump in front of the train myself" > self-defeating masochist, avoid her
Discounting the looks of the man, the gender of the person, and anything else in that contrived scenario, I have a hard time believing a feeler would be incapable of seeing this scenario in an unbiased enough manner to preclude three hundred passengers from unnecessarily dying. Hell, assuming this scenario made sense, I would die to save that many people, and I would also push someone. Where does that put me? Has this gone offtrack?
wel...you guys wanted bait right?

i guess i caught you on my hook ;)

thus great conversation starter!


btw the looks and gender is not arbitrary, its all a test and is all there on purpose, some (stupid egoistic or not sharp enough) girls just assume "oh ugly fat man" and some (smarter, sharper) girls attack this "ugly fat man premise" like you do. so it tells you a lot about her too.

over-sweet girls jump in front of the train themselves (scarce answer).
rational girls push the man because it saves more lives
bad girls push the man just because they like to push and have a good excuse (they smile sadistically while they say I push).
perceivers cannot decide and just let the crash happen (common answer)
etc....
Does anyone ever question how on earth pushing a fat ugly man in front of a train would stop it?

And what sort of people are we talking about on the train? Pregnant women? The cast of Jersey Shore and the WBC? Would that make any difference?

You know what I just thought of that would be interesting: If one of those WBC people died and hundreds of gay soldiers showed up at their funeral with signs about how god still loves them (the dead person) despite everything.
 

Cognisant

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#54
Jeez put your Pness away will you! :mad:
 

MissQuote

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#55
Not until I get my Award.

Then I will tuck my pness and said award quietly away, unless I forget, I mean.
 

Cognisant

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#56
Now or snip snip :twisteddevil:
 

Cognisant

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#58
I am appeased.
 
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#59
I don't get the appeal of being with someone emotional. Doesn't that get annoying really fast? I will take a T over a F any day.
 

Irukanji

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#60
there is a train thats going to crash, everybody inside is going to die

you are the only one that knows, you can save them by pushing an ugly guy in front of the train. then he will die, but the train will stop and you will save all those other people.\

would you push him??

(no i cant push a person=emotional/feeler)
(yes i will save more lives=rational/thinker)

other answers:
I have another answer for the situation :)

Logically, the train will crash regardless of a 60-150kg male being pushed in front of it, so by killing the guy, you improve the death toll by 1. It could be argued that the situation said the train will stop, however it specifies no time or place, leaving open the possibility of it crashing.

What does this say about the person? lolololol

EDIT: (Oh wait, ignore everything I forgot I was a man for a second here).
 

Architect

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#61
I've never found INFPs interesting. Too spaced out, unfocused, Fi dominant for gods sake!

Give me an INFJ any day ...
 
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#62
I've never found INFPs interesting. Too spaced out, unfocused, Fi dominant for gods sake!

Give me an INFJ any day ...
I think INFPs are worse than INTPs in taking action, emotional, quite unaware of the real world... Not sure here though, may be talking about ISFP. On the other hand, ISFPs are artists I believe.
 

Lulipop

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This post made me laugh with recognition. I'm a female INFP and my INTP doesn't need bait. He IS bait. Everything about him--everything he does, everything he says, everything he is--is bait.

The brilliant, mind-bending conversations about topics I've never before considered. The funny and absurd hypothetical situations that make me laugh and endlessly entertain me. The soft kindness and guarded-but-obvious affection. The fact that we don't need to say or do, we can just be. There's so much I recognize in him, and so much that's an absolute and beautiful mystery. I've never felt this much for or about anyone before, and it's nothing he tries to do. It's exactly what he is that does it for me.

I'm afraid that no one but this INTP will ever be good enough for me. And I suspect this is true for many INFP females who are lucky enough to know an INTP male.

YEEESS!! I feel this so bad, Ive fallen pretty hard for an INTP, we have everything in common. We both INFP and INTP are so few that finding eachother is just to good to pass on.

They really dont need to do anything but we do like to talk about feelings:angel:
 
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