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    If anything this forum has just strengthened my belief that humans are too complex to categorize, and in many ways too simple to do the same. If that makes sense.

    Also, it's made me think INTJs are a bit weird.

    And made me despair that my INFP boyfriend will *ever* grasp the importance of BEING ON GODDAMNED TIME (sorry do I sound worked up?)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    And made me despair that my INFP boyfriend will *ever* grasp the importance of BEING ON GODDAMNED TIME (sorry do I sound worked up?)!
    Being on time is important? Shit! All these years, I never knew...

    This forum taught me that NTJs aren't all arrogant stubborn assholes.

    It taught me that SFs aren't uniformly suck.
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    I enjoy reading how 'S's view things that I would normally think are 'N' territory, such as the complexities of human nature.

    It's made me realize that I'm only cheating myself when I view things exclusively as "N" and "S" topics.

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    Being on time is important? Shit! All these years, I never knew...
    *goes red*

    *begins to steam and tremble*
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    Its increased my understanding of all the types, I think.
    Except for the INXJ's. They are just more confusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    *goes red*

    *begins to steam and tremble*
    Also, this forum taught me easy ways to annoy people.
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    I've learned to like the INTPs.. Atleast some. But you're okay.
    Due to earlier experiences, even before knowing of MBTI, I'd always get my claws out and mentally prepare for the kill when I got the vibe from someone. I still have the warning bell going off sometimes, but it's not that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    The interesting people do not follow a pattern.
    Least of all their own pattern.
    They are their own people.

    You never become your shadow.
    Wisdom is to perceive it is there.
    I have learned to speak "Wildcat".

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    of a particular type/s? if so ..how?
    I'm not sure that my opinion of a given type's really changed all that much. It has shown me that just because people share given type characteristics, that it doesn't really mean a whole lot other than sharing a (very) general outlook on *how* things are approached - there's not really much correlation between content and type as there is between process and type. Some INTP/INFP's I see myself sharing viewpoints with frequently - others, very infrequently. The same goes for people of any type, but often I can at least see how INP's reach their conclusions.

    Well, now that I think of it, there is one thing that I've noticed... I always knew that introverts and extroverts were very different... but I've had relatively few strong extroverts in my life over the years, and seeing more here has been... instructive and rather illuminating. Not so much in that I didn't know about the differences... but that I didn't understand the extent of the differences. ShortNSweet's thread about friends and acquaintances, in particular, was quite an eye-opener.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sade View Post
    I've learned to like the INTPs.. Atleast some. But you're okay.
    Due to earlier experiences, even before knowing of MBTI, I'd always get my claws out and mentally prepare for the kill when I got the vibe from someone. I still have the warning bell going off sometimes, but it's not that bad.
    If I knew it startled people I would have stopped ringing my compulsory INTP bell in public.
    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I have learned to speak "Wildcat".
    Really?

    You've got to teach me sometime.
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