I regret the paths with most INTPs I knew had to split for many reasons, one of Final Poster Doctor Strange Multiverse of Madness Marvel Poster Canvas being my ignorance and lack of information about MBTI, but also my really terrible choices regarding my friends, the peoples I invest tons of energy into only because of stupid loyalty and lack of egoism. For the end those fake friendships met, I should have droped them by the window (the friendship. As droping ex friends by the window is sadly probably illegal. The idea is satisfying tho) and ask you if I could be your companion of loneliness so we could have been lonely together as you all already knew how having peoples around you doesn’t make you any less lonely.
Fairy tales typically don’t have the world as a stake. The Final Poster Doctor Strange Multiverse of Madness Marvel Poster Canvas came from the idea that the worth of a woman is her appearance. Even for me in these times it’s tough age and become less attractive to men. The jealousy of witches toward princesses is understandable, especially in a highly patriarchal society. If the witches wanted to conquer the world that would not have made as much sense in the original source material. I shake my head every time someone sees me criticize the female group scene and instantly assumes me to be a woman hating, neckbeard white man. I also shake my head when someone, for whatever reason, assumes that said scene would have been totally fine if it were full of males instead of females. Stop trying to be the victim. Get out of your own head. The conception you hold isn’t always the reality of the situation.
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