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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:11
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Plan: South Beach
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I'm going to write a book about eating to your MBTI personalty type. I might even make sound pseudo-scientific.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:15
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Plan: Berstein's
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I'm going to write a book about eating to your MBTI personalty type. I might even make sound pseudo-scientific.
I am a worshipper of Carl Jung... I just wish I could understand him.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:16
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Plan: PPLPish<30ecc.
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what for ESTP ??
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:19
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what for ESTP ??
Susan can work that in I am sure.

/smile
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:23
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Plan: South Beach
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I am a worshipper of Carl Jung... I just wish I could understand him.


No one can understand an INTP! What do you expect? An INTP will only eat things that have personal meaning for them and God help you if you try to get them to eat something else. They'll dig in their heels and become highly defensive using an acerbic wit to rip you to shreds.

PS: My son is an INTP and has not eaten a vegetable since he was sentient. I stuffed some into him as a baby, but after that, no way!

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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:23
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Plan: Berstein's
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Nancy LC and Susan: the money is in diet books so make sure you incorporate something to the effect that you can lose weight this way and depending on your Zodiac or MBTI profile this is what you need to eat to lose weight. I mean, it doesn't have to be based on anything that works... like most diet books. Just a thought...

/smile
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:26
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what for ESTP ??


ESTPs want to eat popular, fun things and are also concerned if everyone else is happy with them eating those things too. One part of them wants to be at the forefront of the latest food trends, but the other part is deeply concerned about what their friends and family will think. They are conflicted eaters. Sorry, Chandbaby.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:26
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Plan: Very high fat LC/HCG
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Susan, No you cant have my hand for dinner today What about libra?


I'm an Aries too, but I draw the line at eating a Libra.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:33
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I'm an Aries too, but I draw the line at eating a Libra.


Thankgod...
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:34
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I'm an Aries too, but I draw the line at eating a Libra.
I hate to leave this kaladescope of fun... but I have to go for a few hours and do RL stuff /sigh

/smile
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:36
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Plan: Paleo 99.5%
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I'm an Aries too, but I draw the line at eating a Libra.



The Scales represent Libras and so libras must eat lots of fish and reptiles and scales of the bathroom or kitchen persuasion. Digital or analog is fine.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:42
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eating a weighing machine makes people lose weight
just like eating fatty food makes people lose fat.


Put that in your book.

Last edited by chandbaby1 : Thu, Jun-26-08 at 11:51.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 11:52
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Just remember that ESTJ's need LOTS of fat like crispy chicken skin, heavy cream, fatty cuts of meat, coconut milk, and palm oil in their diets
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:02
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Plan: PPLPish<30ecc.
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you forgot protein.....lots and lots.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:05
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Plan: General LC
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I don't even know what a Libra is. Is that a lion?

I'm a Pisces, the fish. I do like to eat fish and seafood, which is consistent with what a fish would eat.
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