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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    I've always found INFPs warm, to me, IRL I mean. On this site too. Somehow, they warm up quickly and are like the kitties, they always like to be cuddled, want to hold you and be held. They're seldom crude and rude. In fact, rather conflict avoidant until a value is trod on, then they become stone-stubborn and hurt, so it makes it hard for an argument.
    I think the distinction I was trying to make may come down to perception. I do agree with those points above that I bolded (at least regarding myself), but I don't think I'm outwardly warm until someone gets to know me at which point they are more seeing whats inside rather than what others see at first, or see in an environment where I am not comfortable being myself. Even in a comfortable environment with close friends, its not an instant thing, it take a little bit of time to draw me out to the point where I could be considered outwardly warm and friendly. Once the initial trust has been developed, the transition can be very quick, and thats what you may be referring to in your above perceptions, you may be good at fostering the trust that an INFP needs to show their warm and friendly side, so your perception of your INFP friends may be different than if that same INFP were in the company of someone they feel uncomfortable around, and there can be quite a few differences among INFPs so it could be an individual thing as well.

    Its not very witty or fluffy, but heres a more serious one sentence description that I think fits me and probably many INFPs.

    INFPs - We want to understand ourselves and others and we want you to at least try to understand us.

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    INTP- The world ain't so complex. Get over it already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadir View Post
    INFJs: Showers are the key to transcendance.
    Yes! So very true!

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post


    ZOMG! Get out of my head!

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