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    Default Types as examined from surface & deep

    I'm thinking along the lines, type X is thought of as A, but when you really get to know them, they're really B.

    Have you noticed how some - or your opinion of them - change when you see them from a shallow perspective, to how you see them intimately? What experiences do you have?
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    Yes. People usually keep a shell around them to make them socially accepted or how they want to be seen. What you see as the arrogant prick could be the nicest person you've ever met if you know him/her personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    Yes. People usually keep a shell around them to make them socially accepted or how they want to be seen. What you see as the arrogant prick could be the nicest person you've ever met if you know him/her personally.
    You're pretty smart for a raging cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    Yes. People usually keep a shell around them to make them socially accepted or how they want to be seen. What you see as the arrogant prick could be the nicest person you've ever met if you know him/her personally.
    Yeah. Sure.
    Nice try, though!

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    From my experience, I intuitively first see ESTP as shallow victims of the moment, but the more I know them, the more strategical insight I see to them, even though that level develops slowly and I can't ever be sure there's much of it.

    It's all covered behind some aspect of game, as in poker. With bluffs and all.

    INTx I see first uncaring, and they're care factor seems to develop when knowing them long.
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    Relax Jag. You're not on the Savannah anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    Yes. People usually keep a shell around them to make them socially accepted or how they want to be seen. What you see as the arrogant prick could be the nicest person you've ever met if you know him/her personally.
    Agreed. +1

    I've read that try use their opposite functions to blend in to society. For instance, an INFP who uses Fi would try to use Ti to be accepted. I believe this might be what you're talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    Relax Jag. You're not on the Savannah anymore.
    Are you talking to yourself again, or what?
    Put down the martini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Are you talking to yourself again, or what?
    Put the martini down.
    You give alcohol way too much credit. Also, don't be so quick to push the Delete button. Or, be quicker!

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