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    Honestly, I think the only FJ I've met I have patience for is my own mother.
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    the rest

    these are not in order of the types i enjoy the most, just who is the most like me. whose notes are immediately understood with no effort/need to translate.

    in terms of who i enjoy the most,
    i'd say enps, injs, and inps in that order. the banter is usually better with Ne doms bc they are more complimentary for my Ni. it can be very good with inps, but i generally get more tired worrying about stepping on their toes, so i can't be as open and carefree. injs in a good mood are pretty great, a drink or two might help get the ball rolling.

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    who I resonate with- cool members who are open minded about type and have a good head on their shoulders

    who my brain wants to crawl out my ear and beat with a tire iron- immature members with typist attitudes and closed minds
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    ^there term typist...a new slur for Typo C.

    I remember back when it just used to mean you could type.
    I redact everything I have written or will write on this forum prior to, subsequent with and or after the fact of its writing. For entertainment purposes only and not to be taken seriously nor literally.

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    Spamtar - a strange combination of boorish drunkeness and erudite discussions, or what I call "an Irish academic"

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    what else are you supposed to call people who discriminate on the basis of type?
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    (I)NFJ (I relate to NFJs most easily, I'd say, and they're easier to connect with than fellow NTJs...we are each other's sidekicks and shared Ni makes everything easier - like them better IRL than on line, though)
    Curious: I've noted the same thing. INFJs in real life seem to like me very well, even though we approach things with slightly different priorities. Online, the tertiary Ti seems to kick in and not a few are easily offended by remarks that were never intended to insult. I don't get this "easily offended" vibe from all online INFJs, just a few.


    As for affinities, in no particular order ...

    No real affinity for INTJ - I understand them very very well, but there's not much to make a connection with, which is what you get when two anti-social people try to be social. However, when I click with an INTJ, it really clicks until we get bored of each other.

    High affinity for xNFP - They shine so brightly, even if the world is somewhat less orderly after they pass by.

    I'm also rather partial to xSFP - Genuinely warm, often good dancers.

    xNFJ - I like and respect, especially in real life. I always feel welcome in their presence, and many such people seem drawn to me. Online, as I mentioned above, some self-declared xNFJs seem to be a bit pricklier. I believe my Mom was INFJ.

    xNTP - very cool and fun to talk with, especially in real life. Not so fun to work with, and online conversations get muddled.

    ENTJ - I understand 'em but it's kind of like INTJs, I usually don't want to spend time being buddy-buddy with 'em. Kind of the opposite of xNTPs - great to work with, as communications are always clear, but not so fun to shoot the breeze with.

    ESTJ - Not as bad as you might think (from an intuitive's perspective)

    ESTP - Also not as bad as you might think. *waves at Whatever*

    ISTJ - I usually mistake these folks for INTJ, until I'm exposed long enough to get the underlying S vibe.

    ISFJ - the real life ones I know of are sweet, but I don't have a good sample size.

    ESFJ - I married one, and am now divorced. I don't dislike her, and I truly did love her, but in spite of very similar values and interests, communication difficulties killed it.

    ISTP - fairly cool online, remarkably annoying in real life (at least the ones I know); no good way to resolve disagreements.

    I shall now close with a disclaimer: type has nothing to do with whether you like people. It really doesn't. We like people for other reasons. Type comes into play as people get closer, and communications are trickier, less formalized. MBTI types can help you work around the communication difficulties if you let it, and you are the one who decides to adapt to the other's mode(s) of communication. And it doesn't matter if you have an ideal match, like ENFP with INTJ: you won't necessarily like each other, you won't necessarily share any interests, you won't necessarily understand each other. Rather, if you like each other, the MBTI types will help guide your understanding of each other.

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