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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    It varies form 'intense concentration' (frown) to 'observing' (neutral face)
    Yes, that sounds accurate. The 'intense concentration' = frown = might come across as angry is what I meant.

    Mostly... just wanted to say the brows definitely furrow. ha!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainbows View Post
    Bright side of intjs - they like cats.
    I don't.

    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    It varies form 'intense concentration' (frown) to 'observing' (neutral face)
    I get this a lot actually. My face doesn't change when I'm thinking, but people always seem to think I look pissed off. Guess I have to work better on my neutral face.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Bright side of an INTJ:
    - Taking a brilliant theory and putting it into practice.
    - You learn a lot from interacting with them.
    - Free-thinking.
    - Ask them for advice, and they help you to arrive at the answer on your own, with asking questions to get you from point A to point B.
    - Organized, efficient, and willing to explore different methods to get the job done.
    - Less emotional b.s. when they are feeling bad about something, they stick to finding a solution to the problem.
    - Restrained and reserved polite nature.
    - I've said it already, but the INTJ mind is fascinating.
    - A latent romantic side that doesn't smother you.
    - Creative ingenuity.
    - Authentic display of emotions. They don't sugar coat.
    - Won't be swayed into doing what others tell them unless they have enough evidence to back it up.
    That's lovely
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    I love INTJs!

    COME HERE, MY LITTLE BALLS OF LOVE! FLOCK TO ME!

    I love their intelligence, humor, and quietness! I love quiet/soft spoken guys.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    add another ENFP to the pile

    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    You know instantly where you stand. Blunt to a T. It's efficient, fast and saves you a lot of drama and paranoia!
    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.


    i hate not-open communication. it is the #1 source of angst in my life. consistently. i would rather just have someone tell me i am being a complete asshole and need to shut up. i can handle that. it's probably true, too. what i can't handle is suddenly getting the silent treatment when i have no idea what the hell i did. INTJs are open and direct.

    and you know that because they don't fake shit, when they do something sweet for you, they do it because they really just like you.

    also...
    • excellent teachers
    • brilliant, generally, in that sneaky Ni sort of way
    • progressive
    • are generally polite and kind to people but don't need them to agree
    • know what they want and how to go about getting it
    • fun to debate with them, bounce ideas off them
    • they usually dress up really nicely
    • yeah, they're just kinda cute in general
    • very stable and attentive when they care about you
    • and it's funny how some people see them as terrifying masterminds
    • i mean they are, but they're really cute terrifying masterminds

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    • progressive
    This is such a bullcrap salesman term; I hate when people use it to describe anything. If INTJs are 'progressive' regardless of what being 'progressive' entails imma changing type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post

    I love quiet/soft spoken guys.
    I do too.

    Fortunately this applies to other introverted types, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Bright side of an INTJ:
    - Taking a brilliant theory and putting it into practice.
    - You learn a lot from interacting with them.
    - Free-thinking.
    - Ask them for advice, and they help you to arrive at the answer on your own, with asking questions to get you from point A to point B.
    - Organized, efficient, and willing to explore different methods to get the job done.
    - Less emotional b.s. when they are feeling bad about something, they stick to finding a solution to the problem.
    - Restrained and reserved polite nature.
    - I've said it already, but the INTJ mind is fascinating.
    - A latent romantic side that doesn't smother you.
    - Creative ingenuity.
    - Authentic display of emotions. They don't sugar coat.
    - Won't be swayed into doing what others tell them unless they have enough evidence to back it up.
    An exactitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I do too.

    Fortunately this applies to other introverted types, as well.
    So do I, but shhhh....the INTJs don't need to know.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    This is such a bullcrap salesman term; I hate when people use it to describe anything. If INTJs are 'progressive' regardless of what being 'progressive' entails imma changing type.
    hahahah sorry

    i suppose could have just said "they're NTs". what i meant to encapsulate was that INTJs in general do not put up with the "because that's the way it has always been" line of reasoning

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