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    INTP don't seem to like the hipster.
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    INTPs are hip like Daria and Bones. Which is to say, some will make everyone feel stupid.

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    Hipsters are too rigid and judgmental over trivial things but I guess that's to be expected with every "counter-cultural" trend. I could care less on other people's fashion sense or taste in music.

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    (enneagram) so-dom

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    ALL the ones I knew, maybe except for 2 NT's were ALL SF's.

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    that term annoys the f@ck outta me.
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    I don't even know what hipster means.

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    There is one INFJ girl I went to college with who will explain to you the difference between "indie" & "hipster" in the way a nerd/geek will explain the difference between a "nerd" and a "geek" . I've known a few other hipster-ish people (NTPs & SPs & a few NFJs), but none really fit the stereotypes you usually hear, outside of an elitist attitude about indie music, fashion, art, etc. I think what the term usually refers to now is pretty "mainstream". It's kind of how "goth" is now a kid who shops at Hot Topic....

    This INFP is too earnest (& suburban, & mainstream, etc...) to be a hipster - for one, it requires doing stuff to be "ironic", and I do/like stuff out of sincere interest. MBTI enthusiasts like to blame counter culture on IxFPs though - we're emo, goth, hippies, and hipsters now too apparantly :P
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    Why were NF and NT the only two choices in the OP?

    I tend to label a disproportionate amount of hipsters as ISFx, but that may just be bias.

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