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    The Memes Justify the End EcK's Avatar
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    The Forbidden Donut eater 's also a good fit.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

    “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.”
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    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
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    Mastermind. Hmm I don't know. I think they need to switch it.

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    Yeah, I do. Long before I discovered my MBTI type, people used to come to me for counselling and advice. This wasn't always welcome or encouraged by me, but it happened anyway.

    Later, when I found out about the INFJ type, it made more sense - somehow other people were drawn to me as a natural counsellor. I accepted my fate, and have developed my skills to become better at counselling. One day I may do it full-time.
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    "A wizard is never late. Nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to." - Gandalf The Grey

    And if I only could,
    I'd make a deal with God,
    And I'd get him to swap our places,
    Be running up that road,
    Be running up that hill,
    With no problems.

    - Kate Bush

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    Inspector's cool, sounds fairly fitting, but not completely. I'd rate the choice a 7/10.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    ENTJ - Fieldmarshal


    Yes, it does suit me. Warfare, weapons, militaria, military history and all sorts of armed and unarmed fighting are all major interests of mine I literally had thousands of WWII plastic figures of german, english, american, soviet and japanese soldiers when I was a kid. Still have them in some box somewhere... I loved to build huge battlefields of LEGO and all sorts of stuff and play war with my ENTP brother Besides that, we made tin soldiers (Napoleonic wars, Thirty years war etc) and quite a lot of model building and coloring, especially WWII tanks and planes.


    EDIT: As if that wasn't enough, I actually had a gang armed with peashooters when I was 7-11 years old. There was an opposing gang living nearby, and we used to fight them regularly. A lot of time was spent on actually infiltrating their gang, doing recon and things like that The village where I grew up is surrounded by mountains, and there are lots of WW I & WWII bunkers and old forts in the hills... Trust me, it was an interesting time. We had treehouses as our bases, and we collected supplies for these "fortifications" pretty much wherever we could. Me and my little team actually nicked a ton of shit from a couple of military storages Gas, tools, pieces of clothing and lots of other miscellanea. Bigger and more expensive things, too... But I won't mention that here
    That sounds so awesome.
    I don't think we ever went as far as infiltration with the kids around here, we usually just had all out battles, with apples, pinecones, sticks, water, snow, mud, acorns, berries, etc.
    It was the most interesting in forests, where flanking maneuvers and ambushing were possible.
    We spent loads of time on designing and building new weapons and devising strategies.

    Good times.

    EDIT: On topic, I don't think "Healer" is the best word, it is kind of fitting though, I guess. I saw one description naming INFPs "Idealists", which is a lot better suiting for me.

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    With some people, yes. It isn't how I see myself overall, but there are a few people I've filled that role for rather well.

    None of the other names fit me any better, though. They're all too proactive, and I'm much more passive than any of them. The best name for me would probably be "Commentator" or something, though I'm not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    INFJ-Counsellor
    Not exactly the name I'd choose for myself, but I guess it's true. I still laugh about the time when it literally seemed like EVERBODY was coming to me with their problems and wanting support. I was puzzled as to why this was, and the common answer I got was that because I listen and very gentle.

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    Nope, I don't really see myself as a counsellor. Is it possible to be too empathetic to be one? When people talk to me about their problems I'm the one who ends up crying. I also never really thought myself to be very good at listening (it requires one of your senses, see, and I have no attention span whatsoever). I think "reluctant teacher" would suit me better. And some of the members of various teams that I lead would probably think I'm a bit of a fieldmarshall too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Do you see yourself in the name of your type?
    Not at all. I don't know if I should lay on hands or prep an operating table...I've seen the INFP type referred to as "Questor", which makes more sense to me. "The Dreamer" works for me as well. I've never felt like I'm a Healer or a therapist. A lot of my time is spent examine motives and fantasizing, but healing, especially emotionally, is outside my ken.

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    I think Catalyst would better suit me.

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