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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFob View Post
    Oh, believe me. I agree. Which is why I made this thread. Every single time I've met someone in real life who knew about MBTI, I was typed as ENTP, with a couple of ESFP exceptions. So it frustrates me that people never see me as what I really am, because I don't fit the image of the quiet, controlled INFJ.
    Identifying someone's motivations is very telling of their MB type... or simply their overall character. Cheerfulness, anger, etc. are examples of transitional moods that changes as soon as the person placed into a fresh environment. It doesn't have the near enduring quality compared to a life purpose. Many individuals also tend to adopt the necessary tools for a comfortable lifestyle in their world, and this can tamper with their outer appearances.

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    I was more of a stereotypical INTJ inside and out (think Mr. Darcy) before I reached my adolescent years. The ENFPs I befriended had a tremendous impact on my ideas/personality and I haven't been the same person since.

    Two INFJs thought I was an ENFP, the others say I'm an ENTP, ENFJ, INFJ, ENTJ, ISTJ, and INFP. I think I've been pinned down as every single J type except the ISFJ.

    It's guaranteed that people will misread each other all the time. When they have the opportunity to know more about you (and MBTI), I'm sure their first impressions will change by then. If not, keep moving forward. Don't let one bad apple rotten your day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    The main INTJ I know is definitely quirky. He has this way of putting things that's different from everyone else we know. We call them "Mark-isms," haha. He's also probably the most scathingly and deeply sarcastic person I've ever met. And definitely has a very unique sense of humor.
    So the other Mark you know is an INTJ? Or did you mistype INFJ.

    My screech/rwoar was supposed to be a vilasa raptor at first. But someone at work compared it to a pterodactyl and it's stuck ever sense. Shit be right back, I think I hear the fire alarm. My french toaster stick house I made must be burning. I'm uninsured!!!:horor:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meseri View Post
    So the other Mark you know is an INTJ? Or did you mistype INFJ.
    Nope, the first one. Funny how he's only one letter off, eh?

    Quote Originally Posted by Meseri View Post
    My screech/rwoar was supposed to be a vilasa raptor at first. But someone at work compared it to a pterodactyl and it's stuck ever sense.
    I think that was me, haha.

    Quote Originally Posted by Meseri View Post
    Shit be right back, I think I hear the fire alarm. My french toaster stick house I made must be burning. I'm uninsured!!!:horor:
    haha, wtf!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJ123 View Post
    Yea I've seen you infjs do this, entering different "modes", the infj I know got a little too carried away and created an alternate personality for himself which he also named.....I was not impressed but I kind of tolerated it, for a little while at least, but he seems to have forgotten his alter ego already. Hopefully it was kind of a joke, I think he is sane for the most part.
    ...

    Okay, I'm not like that. I just have different sides to my personality.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna View Post
    I can usually tell upon meeting someone whether they'll 'get' the weirdness or if it will cause them distress and adjust my behavior accordingly. If I misjudge and unleash the weirdo residing inside me to the wrong person it does not go well at all...But there was one time I was pleasantly surprised.
    Yeah, I'm not a fan of "judgy" people, I feel like I can't be myself around them so I try not to be around them as much as possible.

    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    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.
    Being quirky doesn't have much to do with N, actually. Especially not believing in the paranormal. The Pentecostal churches I am familiar with, where they regularly speak in tongues and cast out demons, is made up of mostly SJs. If you're typing people as INFJ or N based on that alone, you're mistyping a lot of people.

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    Yeah, I believe in the supernatural, I just approach it all in a much more realistic, moment-by-moment fashion. Judging by experiences and observation and all, and I won't care or make any conclusions until I'm confronted by it. And only judge it as supernatural if there's no other explanation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    haha, wtf!?
    My french toaster house is uninsured! Oh well, guess I settle for a toaster sturdel tent for now.
    There is no question about wether or not we'll die. The real question is, will you truley live?

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    K, need to go to bed now, see you later jerkin!
    There is no question about wether or not we'll die. The real question is, will you truley live?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meseri View Post
    K, need to go to bed now, see you later jerkin!
    How'd you know I was...?

    oh wait, nvm...

    I knew what you meant about the house, the strange part was that you built one and then I was trying to figure out how you put it together and cooked it.

    Veddy interesting. Well at least you're taking your aggression out on houses made out of food and not Lowe's.

    I'm about to go to bed, too. I'm exhausted. Something about working 9 nights in a row. Oh, well, only 4 more to go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post



    Being quirky doesn't have much to do with N, actually. Especially not believing in the paranormal. The Pentecostal churches I am familiar with, where they regularly speak in tongues and cast out demons, is made up of mostly SJs. If you're typing people as INFJ or N based on that alone, you're mistyping a lot of people.
    Actually, i'm not.
    Like I said, INFJ is something my mind naturally drifts to on these occasions, but doesn't mean that I type them that way. I think being aware of prejudices ahead of time is actually a good way to eliminate them so that you can accurately type people, rather then pretending you have no preconceived notions at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    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!
    Yeah seriously. When did people start questioning the weirdness of INXJs?

    I mean, nobody would ever describe me as "zany" or "wild" but I've definitely gotten "weird"
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