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    Talking MBTI Type Descriptions (Funny)

    ENFJ: "Busybody"
    Life's backseat drivers. They seem to know just what's wrong with everybody else's life and have a plan to fix it.

    INFJ: "Messiah"
    Characterized by the burning desire to change the world, which desperately needs everyone to be NF.

    ENFP: "Muckraker"
    Creator of hype, distortion, and the perversion of media of information to be wallows of mindless emotionalism.

    INFP: "Fanatic"
    Always searching for an Answer with a capital A. Unlike the INFJ, they are usually openminded enough to realize the current one isn't good enough after a few years.

    ENTJ: "Tyrant"
    Knows better than everyone how things should be done and works tirelessly to obtain the power to make it happen that way.

    INTJ: "Crackpot"
    All facts which don't fit their theories are just wrong. The more all-encompassing and less applicable to reality the theories, the better.

    ENTP: "Frankenstein"
    The salvation of the world is to be found in this new nanotronic frannistan, of which he just happens to have an almost-working model...

    INTP: "Nerd"
    What? you mean people actually talk to each other using mouths and ears instead of keyboards????

    ESTJ: "Stuffed Shirt"
    No imagination, no flexibility, no common sense, no capacity for tolerance of others with different priorities.

    ISTJ: "Bean Counter"
    Like the ESTJ but with less vision.

    ESFJ: "Gossip"
    Like the Busybody, but characterized by the urge to backstab instead of trying to help.

    ISFJ: "Sidekick"
    Doesn't need much meaning in life, just a person (or baby or pet or car) to spend all their time ministering to.

    ESTP: "Beer Drinker"
    Loud, crude, plays team sports, kisses and tells. These are the people beer commercials are made for.

    ESFP: "Clown"
    Always the class troublemaker, they have no respect for anybody or anything. Good at snide wisecracks.

    ISTP: "Assasin"
    Hates people, and is good at killing them. Young ISTP's are good at killing pictures of people in video games.

    ISFP: "Snob"
    Revels in the elaborate sensations of wine and paintings and music that are completely indistinguishable to ordinary people. Likes flowers.

    Can you relate?
    The truth is on the side of the oppressed. -Malcolm X

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    Quote Originally Posted by persianeyes View Post
    Can you relate?
    Not really.

    INFJ: "Messiah"
    Characterized by the burning desire to change the world, which desperately needs everyone to be NF.

    INFP: "Fanatic"
    Always searching for an Answer with a capital A. Unlike the INFJ, they are usually openminded enough to realize the current one isn't good enough after a few years.
    We (Ian-INFP and I-INFJ) think these could be reversed.


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    we see things as we are."
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    Quote Originally Posted by persianeyes View Post
    Can you relate?
    No...

    INFJ: "Messiah"
    Characterized by the burning desire to change the world, which desperately needs everyone to be NF.
    How unfair can life get ? Many INFJs here on this board are staunch defenders of the position that people should be accepted as they are (and we'll give you the MBTI theory of what any type is theoretically like, in case you don't know it already ), and here we get accused of wanting everyone to be NFs. There is no justice in this world

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    aww you INFJ's are so sensitive... cmon lighten up!! it's just a joke!
    The truth is on the side of the oppressed. -Malcolm X

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    It'll be interesting to tally up which types say they can relate and which can't... and then wonder if the description is completely off or if various types are simply reading it differently or at different depths.

    For a "humor list," it's okay. Obviously there isn't a lot of nuance in there (well, not really any!), but it was just supposed to be cliche anyhoo.

    Quote Originally Posted by persianeyes View Post
    aww you INFJ's are so sensitive... cmon lighten up!! it's just a joke!
    Yay! Flex!
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    Quote Originally Posted by persianeyes View Post
    aww you INFJ's are so sensitive... cmon lighten up!! it's just a joke!
    1- I was half-joking (notice the smileys?)

    2- You're not being logical: if you know we are so sensitive, then why do you expect us to take anything lightly ?

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    I can relate most to the INTP description. As far as the INTJ description goes I don't relate too much to it, but I think probably quite a few people perceive something along those lines in me.

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    Definitely not. I've finished a few projects.
    we fukin won boys

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    I relate to parts of that description. Let me bold the --
    Ah, it's just one or two sentences...

    Seriously, the INFP one is closer to what I think, as well.
    Not really.

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    I consider myself more of a passengers seat driver then a backseat driver !
    "At points of clarity, I realize that my life on earth is meaningless, and that I am merely a pawn in a bigger game. A game I cannot possibly understand or have control of. Thankfully, before depression sets in, I drift back into my cloudy, bewildered daily routine." **Joel Patrick Warneke**

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