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Would a "when you fall off the horse, get back on and ride" joke be in poor taste?

Anyway, I'm not sure it's an ENTP thing. Though I could see them liking the excitement of horseback riding and possibly being careless, I suppose. I personally hate horses so not a problem for me, anyway. ^^
 
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What's the opposite of christopher reeves?

Christopher Walken!!!!
 
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I have met lots of people who have fallen off horses and done themselves harm. Most of them are stupid people, who have had no concept that riding a horse might be dangerous, and a sense of gross injustice that they have had an accident which might do them lasting harm. Once they have got over the bitterness and attempting to blame their misfortune on the people treating them, their next question is generally when they can get back on the horse.
I haven't polled their personality types, but I'm doubting there are many ENTPs among them.

Obviously the ones who get paralysed don't ask about getting back on the horse, so maybe that's a subgroiup.....:crazy:


*Apologies to the horse-lovers out there. It's been a long day at work.
 

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Given the intellect of an ENTP, I don't think they'll ever fall off a horse.

If I was a horse owner,

1. I'd sweet talk the horse
2. Provide for the horse
3. Discipline the horse
4. Gain loyalty from the horse

THEN

5. Ride the horse.

If 1-4 fails, 5 will not be attempted.

Getting on the horse trying to gain "that exciting moment" sounds more ESTPish
 
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