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    Well, they make excellent business partners. They're fairly ambitious, clever, practical, and perceptive.

    Quite frankly, I think I would like it if an INTJ actually took over the world... I'm sure it would be run a lot better than it is now. It seems like it's being run into the ground right now. By people who are stuck in the past and have no vision or care for the future.

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    They're techno-whisperers. Literally. I have 3 frigging electronical devices not working for weeks, but the second he walks in the door, those things suddenly are all magically fixed..or he spends 2 minutes on it and they're fixed :steam:

    I admire the way they can clearly frown and sigh at something, only to have the patience and tenacity to figure it out the most efficient way possible and make it work properly. With me, that results with someone getting a hammer thrown at their head!

    They're excellent sound boards for practical problems, or anything that you're stuck on solving, logic-wise.

    You know instantly where you stand. Blunt to a T. It's efficient, fast and saves you a lot of drama and paranoia!
    Also, you know they're this way with everyone, so it's never personal, except for when it creates more drama and they still have to work with the person afterwards. So them being that way with you repeatedly and ongoing is an odd..err..sign of respect?

    The dry sense of humor, with the rigid bodylanguage..omg

    They're cuddle monsters, that sneak up on you in the night and steal snuggles when you least expect it

    If they care for you deeply, they'll rearrange, organize and conquer the world for you, if they know it will make you smile. And they'll do it before the workday's over, so you can snuggle up together in front of the tv as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Allergies don't count. You can still like cats in your mind and dislike the physical reaction to the cat substances.
    Indeed, you could be like me, Arthur, though younger and more asian-looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    You know instantly where you stand. Blunt to a T.
    This is a bright side of the INTJ?


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    God yes. No pussy footing around, no 'is he just being polite to me and should I just get out of his way?', no worrying that they're afraid to tell you when something doesn't sit right with them and instead opt to leave the big ass elephant in the room. Such a relief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    God yes. No pussy footing around, no 'is he just being polite to me and should I just get out of his way?', no worrying that they're afraid to tell you when something doesn't sit right with them and instead opt to leave the big ass elephant in the room. Such a relief.
    Come on, you whine at me persistently when I point at elephants!

    I never knew you cared

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    I'm quite surprised that ENFPs haven't flooded this thread yet.

    Yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Come on, you whine at me persistently when I point at elephants!

    I never knew you cared
    That's coz you go elephant hunting, for gods sake. It's one thing to not have enough room coz there's an elephant in the way, it' s quite another to drag elephants into said room so you'll have an elephant to point at

    Quote Originally Posted by Dali View Post
    I'm quite surprised that ENFPs haven't flooded this thread yet.

    Yet.
    I'm working on it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantonym View Post


    Hm, INTJs make me feel safe. When they actually remember to be sweet and considerate, they always are, sometimes surprisingly so. Once you've gained their trust and respect.
    Absolutely.

    Solid standards/high ideals (which results in irritation / disgust with the bulk of humanity), a 'passion'/drive for anything that interests them and/or they're working towards, completely dependable if they say they'll do something, and thoroughly prepared for everything, always working to improve themselves (but thus can be exceedingly hard/critical of themselves), great sense of humor (if you happen to line up with their humor ), a very very playful, almost childlike side, creative, and truly care for those they care for and will proactively help/assist in more practical/logistical ways. Patient, good teachers to those who actually want to learn - really have a drive to help others understand and want to help/share knowledge (and get frustrated with themselves if they aren't able to explain in a way the other understands). Very knowledge-driven, actually - constantly researching various things.

    I suppose I'm biased though. I see mostly the 'bright' side and it shows more than the negatives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Indeed, you could be like me, Arthur, though younger and more asian-looking.
    (Cats are my animal frenemies...)
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    This will not end well...
    But it will at least be poetic, I suppose...

    Hmm... But what if it does end well?
    Then I suppose it will be a different sort of poetry, a preferable sort...
    A sort I could become accustomed to...



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