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  • Dolphins
  • Dreamsicles
  • Drumsticks (the ice cream and also turkey)
  • Divinity (the holy Divine) and also "Stuckeys"
  • Deer that are white (Albino)
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  • Dogs (of course!)
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F-words this INFP loves:

  1. Fairlead
  2. Francophobia
  3. Froghopper
  4. Forecastle
  5. Futtock
  6. Fadoodle
  7. Fuji
  8. Furfuraceous
  9. Frogmarch
  10. Fagottist
  11. Flounce
 

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F-words this INFP loves:

  1. Fairlead
  2. Francophobia
  3. Froghopper
  4. Forecastle
  5. Futtock
  6. Fadoodle
  7. Fuji
  8. Furfuraceous
  9. Frogmarch
  10. Fagottist
  11. Flounce
I don't know so many of those words, haha, thanks for teaching me something new:
  1. Fairlead -pretty lead?
  2. Francophobia - scared of Francos?
  3. Froghopper - someone who jumps from frog to frog, never really committing to one?
  4. Forecastle - a little castle at the gates to the grounds of a castle?
  5. Futtock -... can't think of something... sounds like foot and buttocks, perhaps the verb for walking on you buttocks?
  6. Fadoodle - trendy doodles?
  7. Fuji I know this one!
  8. Furfuraceous - no idea...
  9. Frogmarch - when the who road fills with those tiny frogs, so it is impossible to walk?
  10. Fagottist - playing the fagott?
  11. Flounce - ...hm... kind of bounce, but with a flowy feel to it, more graceful?
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Discussion Starter #967 (Edited)
Hey... you did pretty good! :) I put the real definitions in green.
  1. Fairlead -pretty lead? (ring through which rope is led to change its direction without friction)
  2. Francophobia - scared of Francos? (fear of France or the French)
  3. Froghopper - someone who jumps from frog to frog, never really committing to one? (leaping and spitting insect)
  4. Forecastle - a little castle at the gates to the grounds of a castle? (short raised deck at fore end of ship; fore of ship under main deck)
  5. Futtock -... can't think of something... sounds like foot and buttocks, perhaps the verb for walking on you buttocks? (rib of a ship)
  6. Fadoodle - trendy doodles? (nonsense)
  7. Fuji I know this one! (plain spun silk fabric)
  8. Furfuraceous - no idea... (branny; scaly)
  9. Frogmarch - when the who road fills with those tiny frogs, so it is impossible to walk? (to carry an uncooperative drunkard or prisoner)
  10. Fagottist - playing the fagott? (bassoon player)
  11. Flounce - ...hm... kind of bounce, but with a flowy feel to it, more graceful? (to move impatiently or abruptly)
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Stargazing.

"Lying there on the roof of your car pondering the eternal mysteries of the universe, and thanking God that you are not Richard Dawkins, is surely one of the most ancient and readily available pleasures in the natural world. Just what the hell are those twinkly things? Do they even still exist? Gazing at the stars is a pleasure available to everyone, even if you are "in populous city pent," as Coleridge put it. Despite the best attempts of scientists to explain the universe, gazing at the stars will still fill us with wonder and sweet delicious confusion."

- Tom Hodgkinson, The Book of Idle Pleasures.
 
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