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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I'm going with my fool-proof typing method:

    1. No INTJ would have that avatar.

    2. Aleksei thought you were an INTJ.

    Therefore, you are an INFJ. Or maybe an INxJ.
    This is very simplified, isn't it? And as for the avatar, I'm going to change it, I don't like it anyway. It's too..sweet. However, thank you for your opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charnette View Post
    This is very simplified, isn't it? And as for the avatar, I'm going to change it, I don't like it anyway.
    It was part joke, part serious.

    INTJs and INFJs tend to choose differently flavored avatars.

    Your new avatar, unfortunately, does not fit well into that pattern...

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    Oh, did someone say INTJs and avatars?

    Anime.

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    Some of INFJ Athenian's old avatars were very "tech."

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    I find INFJs to tend to have avatars with a sort of dark melancholy and/or a guarded aloofness to them.

    If they have a fairy and/or fantasy theme to them, as ENFPs' and INFPs' often do, the INFJs will tend to have a darker bent.

    INTJs tend to have a sort of individualistic bent to their avatars -- not necessarily dark, but they do tend to be...

    While the INTJ-anime thing is often true, there are far too many non-INTJs with anime avatars, and far too many INTJs without them (we're 0/2 in this thread alone), for it to be that useful.

    In INTJ avatars, there seems to be a sort of "I'm fine by myself" quality, while, in INFJ avatars, there's more of a "I am aloof, but I would wish to get to know you if you're good and will let me" quality to them.

    I'm not sure whether Charnette's new one falls on either side of that line... it seems sorta, indeterminable...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charnette View Post
    Well, according to cognitive function I would be an INTJ, but the problem is that I do not feel so. My intuition says something different than the reason. Like this:

    Intuition: You're not an INTJ. You're an INFJ.
    Me: That's impossible. I'm not so focused on people. And besides, I do not think that I use Fe.
    Intuition: But you're not INTJ, because you're very emotional and not always rational. And in mathematics and sciences you're an absolute disaster.
    Me: But I can't be an INFJ because...

    Oh my gosh ... absolute confusion
    But you prefer it, or this is how it seems, is it? And it's not necessarily being emotional just being "guided by values", do you have personal convictions, and do you have a tendency to disregard them, because it might be your tert. peeking up to the surface.

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    Its so completely obvious tht Charnette is INTJ that I dont even see a reason why is this thread still active

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    Charnette, have you read profile descriptions of INFJs and INTJs?

    Does either of them seem to fit you better than the other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I find INFJs to tend to have avatars with a sort of dark melancholy and/or a guarded aloofness to them.

    If they have a fairy and/or fantasy theme to them, as ENFPs' and INFPs' often do, the INFJs will tend to have a darker bent.

    INTJs tend to have a sort of individualistic bent to their avatars -- not necessarily dark, but they do tend to be...

    While the INTJ-anime thing is often true, there are far too many non-INTJs with anime avatars, and far too many INTJs without them (we're 0/2 in this thread alone), for it to be that useful.

    In INTJ avatars, there seems to be a sort of "I'm fine by myself" quality, while, in INFJ avatars, there's more of a "I am aloof, but I would wish to get to know you if you're good and will let me" quality to them.

    I'm not sure whether Charnette's new one falls on either side of that line... it seems sorta, indeterminable...
    How do I play into this trend?
    That girls are raped, that two boys knife a third,
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    Or one could weep because another wept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adasta View Post
    How do I play into this trend?
    Aren't you an INFP?

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