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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    I must question the bizarre notion that INTJs have no sense of humour. Our humour precedes all other forms humour and is funny beyond the greatest expectation.
    I've said this before, but the curious thing about INTJ humor is that it very often occurs as an extension of intellectual self-promotion, rather than just a simple joke.

    There's intentional inertia behind it; humor as an opportunity to showcase knowledge and/or depth of clarity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    I've said this before, but the curious thing about INTJ humor is that it very often occurs as an extension of intellectual self-promotion, rather than just a simple joke.

    There's intentional inertia behind it; humor as an opportunity to showcase knowledge and/or depth of clarity.
    Ah, interesting, yes. It therefore provides more of a significance to the INTJ for future social activity (and various other things). And it is intelligence being one of the top things an INTJ tend to try and boast about whether or not in a subtle manner. Hmmm, would the last thing I just said be considered a stereotype?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    I must question the bizarre notion that INTJs have no sense of humour. Our humour precedes all other forms humour and is funny beyond the greatest expectation.
    HA HA HA HA HA HA ha ha ha ha !!!!

    Funny. More! More!
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    It does not actually precede all other forms of humor, for to make incisive observations (and pour them out in a funny disguise), there must first be something to observe and judge. So dullness, which seemingly is a form of humor too, comes beforehand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    HA HA HA HA HA HA ha ha ha ha !!!!

    Funny. More! More!
    Hmmmm, Something is not quite right here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    It does not actually precede all other forms of humor, for to make incisive observations (and pour them out in a funny disguise), there must first be something to observe and judge. So dullness, which seemingly is a form of humor too, comes beforehand.
    I speak merely of precedence in rankings rather than process.

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    Stereotypes that I think are ridiculous...

    Sensors
    have no imagination
    never daydream
    don't notice patterns
    aren't interested in fantasy or fiction
    always present
    always extremely "practical"
    immune to absent-mindedness
    can't draw inferences or communicate on multiple levels
    Se: only like physical things and only use physical tools
    Si: follow anything that's tradition and never question authority

    iNtuitives
    Need a sensor to show them how to be "practical"
    Disconnected from reality
    Not able to understand the present
    Inept at anything physical

    Feelers
    Feeling = Emotion
    (More, but that's basically the entire misunderstanding on which all of the other ridiculous Feeling stereotypes are based)

    Thinkers
    Thinking = Shallow emotion
    Unable to understand ethics/morality
    Never religious or spiritual
    Regularly fap to Nietzsche
    Uncaring SOs/marriage partners/parents
    Needlessly blunt or insensitive
    Never have values or become attached to things important to them


    Stereotypes about T/F annoy me the most. F is a given, but I don't see why Thinking should have its benefits so frequently discounted or undervalued either... Especially in the realm of ethics/emotion. I imagine that Thinkers are as moral as Feelers, just that it's so differently approached on the surface that it might not be so apparent. But I think morality is well analyzed/supported from a pragmatic standpoint anyway, even if only by examining the logical consequences of 'bad behavior'. It makes more sense than having unexplained 'common sense' rules or coming at it from a purely mystical angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noon View Post
    Thinkers
    Unable to understand ethics/morality
    That ought to become a stereotype of feelers.

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    XXXXs create stereotypes based on letters and their associations with a personality theory that they otherwise wouldn't had they never heard of mbti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    That ought to become a stereotype of feelers.
    Why?

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