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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I've got a huge part of me that mirrors INFJ behavior -- sense of social propriety and appropriateness, viewing things through various filters and seeing every viewpoint as having spin and thus it's more a matter of usefulness that determines the view chosen, and I also have a big issue with what others think... I'm extremely sensitive to it even if I hide it or try to ignore it, and I've had to break away from mirroring other people's expectations for me.
    I'd probably never be able to say it as eloquently as Jennifer does, but this is true for me as well. When I think of a "stereotypical" INTP, what comes to mind is a sort of hard aloof intellectualism, with a large helping of "I don't care much what anyone thinks". I'm more simply shy-eclectic-nerdish.
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    I don't smoke weed?

    The whole hippie stereotype irritates me, but that's because I can't stand hippies. In fact, I have two SJ friends (ISFJ and ESFJ) who are REALLY into that whole hippie, peace sign, incense and all. Bleh. I know that my ISFJ friend and I had a hard time decorating our cabin because she wanted to fill it with all these Earth tones and incense and really really old vintage blankets and stuff. I wanted things to look edgy, original, zebra stripes! But she won out, so I had to live in my personal hell for 3 months. I don't know what that has to do with the typical representation of my type, but I figured you guys should know how much "hippie" lifestyle pisses me off.

    Oh, and you will never find me enjoying myself in a coffee shop. Ever.

    I actually find enjoyment going out dancing or going to concerts with a lot of people. When I'm the right state of mind that is.
    I don't feel as if I'm that laid back.
    I guess that's all I really have to add.
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    I don't like hugs, saying i love you each 5 seconds, hearts, pink, and coffee.
    I also like to read instructions for stuff instead of figuring out on my own.

    Sorry for being a shame

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    I have a rather strong Ni, which causes me to confuse myself for INFP before.
    And I guess I'm not as grounded and carefree as other ISFPs.
    In the practice of tolerance, one's enemy is the best teacher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    And I should addd to it that non of the other INTJs (other than Edgar) have ever made me laugh. And it has been two years since I joined.
    SmileyMan and Bananatrombones are both pretty funny, and I laugh at stuff Andy or Zarathustra post sometimes.

    Also, that one guy who got banned...Lex Talonis...dude, that guy was a riot, though I couldn't figure out if it was an act or he was really that insane.


    I even giggle sometimes at things Haight or Night say.

    INTJs are pretty funny. Jane Austen, who wrote hilariously dry, witty novels, was INTJ.

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    NOthing.. but yeah, I kneel down to Fe instead of coolingly ignoring it. If I upset others, I get really upset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Sorry??? That's totally wrong, please don't spread this type of information
    How is it wrong?
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    Apparently INFPs are supposed to be somber and serious all the time. Yeah, so not me.

    I'm punctual and can sometimes be a little mean and selfish.

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    Uh, I seem to be going through a phase with pretty high Ti right now. *shrugs* Weird.
    "You get what you're given, it's all how you use it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelric View Post
    I'd probably never be able to say it as eloquently as Jennifer does, but this is true for me as well. When I think of a "stereotypical" INTP, what comes to mind is a sort of hard aloof intellectualism, with a large helping of "I don't care much what anyone thinks". I'm more simply shy-eclectic-nerdish.
    I've frequently thought of Jennifer as INFJ.

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