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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:09
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oooh Carolyn as per Nancy I am scales and I should eat fish and reptiles.
You look very apetising hmmmmm
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:09
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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


And they'll make SURE everyone in their lives eats those things too. Their enthusiasm will spread into their wide social networks so all their friends and acquaintances will also know about the *right* way to eat. The ISTJ will feel similar, but the ISTJ will simply sulk when ignored whereas the ESTJ will make a lot of righteous noise.

My mom was an ESTJ.

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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:11
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oooh Carolyn as per Nancy I am scales and I should eat fish and reptiles.
You look very apetising hmmmmm

Thanks. I thought every sign got an animal, too. I didn't realize that the scales were instead of an animal. You can tell I don't know much about astrology.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:19
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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.

Oh sorry.... depends really but for most Pisces you need to eat fluorescent orange cheese flavored marshmallows attached to a bobber.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:22
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Oh sorry.... depends really but for most Pisces you need to eat fluorescent orange cheese flavored marshmallows attached to a bobber.

I think I'd rather eat a Libra...
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:25
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Now there are two of them after me Susan and carolyn. Hmmmmm

If you really want to eat can you eat all the fat in my midsection.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:30
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Like the INTP, the ENTP wants to eat, well, whatever he wants. He's torn between a rigorous scientific way of thinking, but at the same time fights with a mischievous and often hedonistic side. Like the ESTP, the ENTP does care what other people think, but he has an amazing capacity to use charm, wit and scientific studies to convince everyone he is right. The ENTP is the least likely to follow any diet or even anyone's advice.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:50
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Their enthusiasm will spread into their wide social networks so all their friends and acquaintances will also know about the *right* way to eat.


Someone's been reading my other posts! LOL
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 12:54
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Someone's been reading my other posts! LOL


It comes really from you type. That's the nature of ESTJ.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 13:36
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I thought it was because I was a Virgo
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 15:03
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Haven't been so bewildered since sitting in on a clergy group and having them hijack the meeting and discuss the different schools of therapeutic touch.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 15:16
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Haven't been so bewildered since sitting in on a clergy group and having them hijack the meeting and discuss the different schools of therapeutic touch.
LOL - you are correct Rob this thread should have ended many posts ago... IMHO...

/smile
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 15:38
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You guys are no fun! I'm still waiting for Nancy to come up with something bizarre for Wifezilla to eat as a Virgo. *taps foot*.
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 16:12
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Haven't been so bewildered since sitting in on a clergy group and having them hijack the meeting and discuss the different schools of therapeutic touch.



"By Korban: LOL - you are correct Rob this thread should have ended many posts ago... IMHO..."


Actually, it's all good........ This is the "Believe it or NOT" thread...

I know an excellent recipe for Libra, and it is served with a side dish of bread (your choice, biblical or modern) and it goes very well with a nice cool glass of ACV.....................


Let's see who's the first to figure this one out....

Oink, Oink!!!
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Old Thu, Jun-26-08, 16:21
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Like the INTP, the INFP has a very personal relationship with food. While the INTP might veer off into highly philosophical questions of whether food would be better ingested as a pill, the INFP must find a cosmic meaning in food. They rely heavily on their intuitions to guide them, and use their discoveries to constantly search for value in life. They are on a continuous mission to find the truth and meaning underlying things. Every encounter and every piece of knowledge gained gets sifted through the INFP's value system, and is evaluated to see if it has any potential to help the INFP define or refine their own path in life. The goal at the end of the path is always the same - the INFP is driven to help people and make the world a better place.
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