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    No, not at all. Everybody has their quirky/funny/weird moments. They most probably emerge during stress or are reserved for the moments when they're feeling at ease.

    Hah. "Funny switch". Got one! I'm usually quirky 24/7 but I might not always show it to the rest of the world. Poker face and all that.

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    No, I know funny intj's and infj's. Different humour, but funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    INTJ...generally yes but i know a male INTJ who i almost mistook for an ENTP but the test showed INTJ and he agreeed

    i would have never thought of him as a J
    +1 to that, He's funnier than half the people I know, yet he tests a fair strong INTJ.

    ISTJs are more boring, sometimes they can be great, but more often than not they actually PREFER to be boring
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    My INFJ wife is pretty quirky/funny/really weird. I think when an INxJ describes what they are thinking to you it will often come across as quirky/funny/really weird.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFob View Post
    Do you rule someone out of being an INXJ if they're quirky/funny/really weird? I've seen one or two people do that, and I'm wondering if it's a general thing. I've always thought that INFJ's in particular are probably the one type most likely to be off-the wall weird in the way they carry and project themselves, but some may disagree with that.
    No. More often, I do what you're saying here. I mostly agree with it.

    Doesn't mean INJ is so outwardly erratic and strange, but I think it is expressed in a subtle, quirky, strange way that stands out after a while.
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    No, quite a few INTJs I know are quirky/weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFob View Post
    Do you rule someone out of being an INXJ if they're quirky/funny/really weird? I've seen one or two people do that, and I'm wondering if it's a general thing. I've always thought that INFJ's in particular are probably the one type most likely to be off-the wall weird in the way they carry and project themselves, but some may disagree with that.

    no, but sometimes I have to fight to not slap an immediate "N" on them. And if they start talking about astrology or superstitions or spirits or something its all I can do not to give them the INFJ.
    But at the same time, some of the INFJ's I know are outright normal, (societies standards of normal). So you never know.

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    INFJs I've met are decently sensible, smart and definitely not boring or normal. Have a bit of the same strangeness and silliness ENFPs have.

    INTJs are some of the biggest smart asses in existence. Probably the most misrepresented type online. I love their sense of humour, and completely insane ideas. If you think of famous ones: after seeing a Coldplay concert could you ever call Chris Martin rigid or normal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFob View Post
    Do you rule someone out of being an INXJ if they're quirky/funny/really weird? I've seen one or two people do that, and I'm wondering if it's a general thing. I've always thought that INFJ's in particular are probably the one type most likely to be off-the wall weird in the way they carry and project themselves, but some may disagree with that.
    I'm confused.
    INTJs are NOT really weird?
    Seriously?!
    I thought that was the one thing you could definitely count on!

    Have you guys been to the INTJ forum?

    You're messing with my paradigm!

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