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    Luctor et emergo Ezra's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    INFP's = Fall Out Boy
    That's not a stereotype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivid View Post
    According to Myer briggs, I'm supposedly callous and cynical. But I don't see myself in that light! I think I'm especially warm hearted. I recently discovered that I was completely oblivious to ways in which I disregarded people's feelings. But still, I intend to be nice. That's what counts, right?... Right?
    Nah. I'm just an ENFP wannabe.
    I'm like that, too.

    INTJs are freaks. Introverted tertiary Fi makes them try to think they're good and warm and fuzzy when they're really, really not. It ends up looking like Godzilla trying to hug a kitten.

    INTJs who try to be nice usually just don't cut it. But you know, it never hurts to try...

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    Not all stereotypes are bad.

    They're also not always incorrect.
    we fukin won boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Not all stereotypes are bad.

    They're also not always incorrect.
    Stereotypes are generalizations. Generalizations create encompassing categories for things by sacrificing accuracy. Stereotypes may be true for a majority but not for everything in a group. The difference between a stereotype and a generalization, though, is that a stereotype is usually considered derogatory in some way.

    ...or something like that...

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    Fallout Boy? Nah, we're more like Leonard Cohen


    Stereotpyically speaking, that is.


    Leonard Cohen rules!

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    Isn't L. Cohen INFP then?
    Vanitas vanitatum omnia vanitas

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    Default Biggest,Dumbest,Worst stereotypes on MBTI?

    What do you think is most common stereotype in MBTI about your type, or the other ones?
    Explain where the stereotype comes from, in your opinion.
    (I'm a peace and love promoter in case you haven't noticed)
    and...
    Start!
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    NFs are stupid.
    NTs have no feelings.
    I think it's because of elitism and immaturity on both sides.
    But mostly a lack of understanding.
    "The life of the individual has meaning only insofar as it aids in making the life of every living thing nobler and more beautiful."
    - Albert Einstein

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    ^Ditto.

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