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  • TCP You prefer to have long lasting exchanges, and you always know exactly who you are talking to.
  • UDP You utter short phrases and you don't care if you are heard or not. Sometimes you aren't talking to anybody in particular.
  • ICMP You exist only to faciliate conversations between other people but you don't have anything to add to the discussion yourself.
  • IPX You are amish. You refuse to do things the modern way and you don't speak directly to non-amish people.
  • SMB Refusing to speak proper English, you expect everybody around you to learn your native language.
  • TFTP You still use telegrams Stop Nothing wrong with that Full Stop
  • SMTP You are a mailman.
  • NNTP You hold meetings for everything that you do.
  • HTTP All you want to know is "What are you asking of me?"
  • WAP You don't have much to say, but you can heard far and wide.
  • SOAP You are Charles Dickens. Paid by the word, you tend to write much more than you need to get the point across.

In reply to Re: Re: My interpersonal communication protocol/style is the most like... by bunnyman
in thread My interpersonal communication protocol/style is the most like... by tye 

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