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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    INTJs: working menial jobs while dreaming big.
    INTPs: working menial jobs while dreaming big.
    ENTPs: in the bar, drinking all the alcohol, hitting on everything.
    I relate to theses ones.
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    "I don't believe in guilt, I only believe in living on impulses"

    "Stereotypes about personality and gender turn out to be fairly accurate: ... On the binary Myers-Briggs measure, the thinking-feeling breakdown is about 30/70 for women versus 60/40 for men." ~ Bryan Caplan

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    I am hard to find. If you don't meet me through my friends, it's very unlikely that you meet me at all. This is partly because of my finances, but I doubt that I would go out much more even if I had unlimited funds. Lately I've been walking the shore a lot, but I don't think that I am on a very social mood when I'm doing that, so, you might see me, but the chances are we wouldn't talk. I also sit on a boulder and kind of meditate. That might be better time to talk to me, as I'm not going anywhere. When I go to buy some groceries, I am that only guy in the store who seems to run back and forth and stop to stare the floor looking like I don't know what I am doing here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shmooooooooo View Post
    The INTP, a rare and reclusive specimen, is almost never present in the wild of his own volition, since he prefers to remain in his dwelling lurking various forums in order to amass and categorize vast quantities of only tenuously-relevant information.

    If one should ever gain access to the computer of an INTP - often his most sacred object (thought when stolen away quietly its absence might go unnoticed for a great deal of time) - a few distinctive features will stand out. First, look at his browser. If there are five different typology or MBTI-type-related forums open concurrently, or if the desktop looks like it's being organized by three different systems at once, without any of the three being complete, then chances are your specimen is an INTP.

    In writing, the defining feature of the INTP - aside from his often-cruel wit, will be his vicious pedantry. Expect constructions like "to who it was given," or "what helped me was she being there," to bring on comparisons of the user's intellect to that of a primate or an inanimate object. Spelling errors are seen as sins meriting flagellation. The use of 'u' to stand for 'you' or other such instances of greatly altering the English language will practically guarantee the cessation of all communication with the user by the INTP; however, often-byzantine abbreviations such as 'tbqf' to stand for 'to be quite frank' are used frequently, and the INTP will express genuine incredulity whenever the other party is not able to instantly decipher any new abbreviation the INTP has used. In addition, in personal communication the INTP is not necessarily insistent on proper capitalization and punctuation.

    In the wild, should one happen across an individual wandering forlornly and aimlessly looking alternately at the ground and at the clouds as well as avoiding eye-contact with any passers-by, then one might have spotted an INTP on a rare fresh air excursion. Additional indicators of INTPdom might include sudden changes in direction, a sporadic avoidance of various ground elements such as cracks or tiles of a specific colour, occasional stops to stare blankly at nothing with an emotionless face. The speed with which the INTP walks is almost invariably inversely proportional to his knowledge of his destination.

    A very good indicator of INTPdom is smiling or smirking without any obvious cause. Also indicative are sudden stops in motion accompanied by a rapid movement of the head, with eyes searching all around, as though the INTP were sniffing out the scent of an idea hiding behind a metaphorical bush or tree, his Ti thirsting to disembowel it.

    Owing to the fact that most INTPs will spend their free time writing unnecessarily complicated, tangentially relevant responses to various threads on various forums, the INTP could be perhaps the rarest type to spot in public.

    [The above rant was written based on my experiences. The description of the INTP's going for a walk is 100% true to my life.]
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    Personally, I can be found at a few different locations:

    At home reading a book or by the computer. Well, you'll not find me here.

    At work, no, you won't find me here, either.

    I also hang out at a 50's theme cafe for MC/old car enthusiasts. Thursdays and fridays are a good bet. I sometimes eat early dinner there during spring/summer/autumn.

    Sometimes, i'm at the firing range blowing holes in stuff. If it's sunny and if i'm not working.

    Mondays, wednesdays and fridays i'm at the gym around five pm if I don't work. If I do, I just reschedule the workout earlier or later.

    On friday or saturday, I go out drinking every other week or so at a pretty nice maritime-themed bar with a huge deck.

    Sometimes, I go for a mountain hike, but you wouldn't find me there, either.

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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    MBTI at high school:

    ESTP: Likely found in the gym goofing off with their friends.
    ISTP: In shop class, working on their model car.
    ESFP: Chatting with their friends in the hallway till the late bell rings.
    ISFP: Working on an art project during their study hall.

    ESTJ: Handing out fliers to students in the hallway to vote for them as student counsel representative.
    ISTJ: Sitting in civics class, 5 minutes before the bell rings, with their books and notes all ready, and writing in their planner what the homework assignment would be.
    ESFJ: Fundraising with a group of friends in a bake sale outside the cafeteria.
    ISFJ: Comforting a friend crying over breaking up with their boyfriend.

    ENTJ: Sitting in a business course, directing others in a group activity.
    ENTP: Doing gravity experiments in physics lab by dropping things out of the window.
    INTP: Playing with their graphing calculator in math class.
    INTJ: Working on a research project in AP physics.

    ENFP: In the cafeteria, sticking up for the freshman that's getting bullied on constantly.
    INFP: Singing in choir rehearsal.
    ENFJ: Helping out someone in band that's struggling to play a piece.
    INFJ: In English class, writing an essay about the symbolism in a poem they read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    I can't identify with the INTJ one, Fiddy
    Then again, i'm an ENTJ.
    Fixed



    /joking

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    Frankly I can only be found in my apartment or walking through campus to class... because I don't really leave my apartment unless it's for class. Or obligatory things like buying groceries.
    “Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I mean everybody. No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside
    them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    MBTI at high school:

    INFP: Singing in choir rehearsal.
    Haha. Sooo true in my case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Fixed



    /joking
    You obnoxious little turd :steam:



    Well, you might be right. I am close to X in either case.

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    MBTI at high school:

    INFJ: In English class, writing an essay about the symbolism in a poem they read.
    I need a to get a restraining order.
    I can't live comfortably anymore knowing I'm being watched

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