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Root vegetables taste nice.


Although I shamefully admit that only a year ago did I realize that the "Pop" in "Poptart" implied that they were made/designed to go in a toaster.
 

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Is there anyone that doesn't understand the relationship of INTJs and grammar? *random person in the back raises hand* COOL, I'm not the only one! Lol, just kiddin', but this seems like a nice thread. I'll probably come back sooner or later.:proud:
 

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I think most people just assume INTJ's are planted in the ground like root vegetables and spring fully formed from our pods without the parents and fairly average upbringing that most other people have.

I used to just eat the tops and filling of pop tarts, cause the crust was sorta gross to me as a kid. I'm better now.
 

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Root vegetables taste nice.


Although I shamefully admit that only a year ago did I realize that the "Pop" in "Poptart" implied that they were made/designed to go in a toaster.
Really? I had no idea, which is sad given my obsession with them.
 

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I like reading this thread because most of the posts are succinct.

I fucking hate when people ramble on.

Poptarts are poison. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
 

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INTJs simply identify root vegetables as delicious and eat them as they learn English grammar, and the one who typed this-- she hasn't eaten Pop Tarts ever in her life.
 

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Indeed. Do you like ginger candies? I enjoy ginger drink very much~

Come to me I'll give you some! :proud:
Well isn't that generous of you!
I've recently started to enjoy sushi, and I get the weirdest looks when I eat the entire pile of ginger. ss
High Priestess @Isis, what does the ancient text say about a partiality to ginger? I do not wish to incur the wrath of the Jellybaga
 

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Poptarts are poison. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
I have never eaten one, I don't think we can even get them where I live.
Googling them up makes me think they are a miscarriage of an american entrepreneur's mind.



Blergh, is that fed to prisoners in death camps to break both their body and will, making them subordinant/unable to escape?
 

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Well isn't that generous of you!
I've recently started to enjoy sushi, and I get the weirdest looks when I eat the entire pile of ginger. ss
High Priestess @Isis, what does the ancient text say about a partiality to ginger? I do not wish to incur the wrath of the Jellybaga
The contemporary Text of Isis says: eat as much pickled ginger as you like, but be careful with the wasabi.

The Isis Cookbook says: If you get weird looks after eating all the pickled ginger on your plate, you may not be eating sushi with the right people, as my friends eat all their pickled ginger and mine as well. Or, you are, in fact, wise to have expanded your pool of pickled ginger access.
 

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I have never eaten one, I don't think we can even get them where I live.
Googling them up makes me think they are a miscarriage of an american entrepreneur's mind.



Blergh, is that fed to prisoners in death camps to break both their body and will, making them subordinant/unable to escape?
I only like the Chocolate Fudge Pop Tarts. These look suitable for feeding to the Mongol Hordes who are protecting the other INTJ threads.

Just for context: lobsters used to be fed to prisoners in death camps (they were able to petition for it being cruel and unusual punishment, in fact).
 
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