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    xF temperament seems to have more of an inclination for revenge...everthing is relative to their personal self...doing 'right' may not always be a priority

    xT seem to have a personal framework that when used for decision making seems to be very unbiased...usually giving reason more weight than value for self

    just an observation

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    Just finished reading American Psycho. The serial killer character was a calculating feeler who killed without planning but definitely with passion. What I got from what I read (I skimmed much of it) was an Enneagram type 3 (heart center) mb Thinking type.

    In an ironic way, the narrator's voice came through the character's and showed the audience how or why the killer might do the atrocious things he did. Me as the reader understood why the character was so disgusted with society and killed, even though I knew it wasn't right, but the character didn't see this bigger picture. He demonstrated no empathy or mercy at all. His feeling function had been abandoned in a way, perhaps from his bad childhood, and he may have enlisted a thinking function that operated without his dominant F.

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    So, I have to be more weary of F's now. This means I have to watch 2 out of 3 girls more than I normally would. And my dad's an F. Strangely, He's the only F in the family, and I'm the only P.
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    ESFPs would probably do it in an uncontrolled fit of rage and emotion. Also ISFPs, and other FP types possibly as well.
    INTJs would plan it carefully, considering ever matter. Applies to ISTJs too. ENTJs could also be applied to.
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    No, that's why I weep tears of blissful joy every time I murder my enemies. If that's not F then I don't know what is.

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    I would murder anyone who killed anybody I loved.
    If someone pointed a gun at somebody I loved and I thought they were serious about pulling the trigger, I'd kill them.

    I would never ever kill anybody else other than these given situations (or any related).

    F's can be murderers just as well as T's can. T's, in my opinion, might make up more of the convicted murderers out there just in the general idea.
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    There are more types of murderers and killers than there are types of MBTI.

    First type the murderer's murderer type, before assigning it to the MBTI system!
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    there are no F murderers.
    by virtue of murder, one becomes T.
    we fukin won boys

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    Study the history of the stroke victims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    There are more types of murderers and killers than there are types of MBTI.

    First type the murderer's murderer type, before assigning it to the MBTI system!
    Come up wiith a murder type system.

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