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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, that is the absolute antithesis of what I would assume about INJs--most of them are profoundly weird.

    Whoever told you that is a retard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Whoever told you that is a retard.
    Or an INJ.
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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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.
    Quirky? Both yes
    Funny? Each have their own unique way of being funny
    Really weird? INFJs Yes. INTJs if you know them well, Yes.

    Just to add:
    I know that I have an ability to deceive people. Changing my 'mask' at any given situation to get what I want. Fake smiles, fake sadness, fake anger and acting. My real face is rarely shown to people I cooperate with in general but known to close friends and family. Not a great thing but 'meh'.
    It's this reason that INXJs are very hard to type. You'd have to know them well.

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    It's this reason that INXJs are very hard to type.
    If I could meet one follower of MBTI in real life who would accurately type me as the INFJ that I am. Just one. Well... my life would be complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFob View Post
    If I could meet one follower of MBTI in real life who would accurately type me as the INFJ that I am. Just one. Well... my life would be complete.
    I like to think I'm pretty good at typing people, but INFJ's have got to be the hardest type to identify in RL unless you really get to know them. They have the most complex personalities and are really private. That combination makes them very hard to identify.
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