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    Default Craziest/Most Absurd type

    What type is craziest?

    You know... what type is absolutely ABSURD

    What types make people stare in disbeleif and think "is there any medication he isn't taking that he should be?"

    Are there types that people think are deranged or psycho...
    ...but they really just unorthodox by nature?



    I'm thinking ENTP is well known for this, and possibly other Ne types, but I think there may be others, such as the classic daredevil types that may be viewed similarily.

    Also, outside of the MBTI terms, what are some psychological factors that cause or relate to this kind of behaviour and what are some psychological factors related to perceiving others as having this kind of behaviour?

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    ENFx. They beat out ESFx by virtue of their utter unpredictability. Usually (like any type) this only occurs when they get all wound up for some reason, but when they do it's like being hit in the face by a crowbar of nonsense. In their defense, I'll admit it's usually been my fault for getting them worked up.


    Also...never tell an ENFJ that they're irrational. I did that a while ago IRL, haven't heard the end of it since...I'm still avoiding them.
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    I think every ENFP that sees this will instantly think it's their self. I'm disagreeing just to annoy them.
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    Female INFJs. Every one of them I've dated (one) was nuts. Also another friend of mine (ENTP) is married to one...crazy, absolutely. lol

    They don't fall under the daredevil/risk-taker absurd/unorthodox, more so the "holy shit she's nuts!!" absurd.

    "What do you mean you want 8 kids? and adopt four of them? have me work a full time job after college to support them? Wait...so you want to go to college too, but when you would have kids you want to never work again...Why go at all?"

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    I find INFJs (esp. of the feminine variety) to be quite mysterious as well, not absurd per se, just mysterious.
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    I've known the same ones as Dewey has, and they were insane. But I guess that doesn't necessarily speak for all of them.
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    ENTPs and mostly INFJs. INFJs are completely gone with their heads. they have really weird behaviour and seem completely mentally insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by am_i_evil666 View Post
    ENTPs and mostly INFJs. INFJs are completely gone with their heads. they have really weird behaviour and seem completely mentally insane.
    No wonder why ENTPs and INFJs go along pretty well...
    They can share their madness, even if it's different kind of madnesses...
    All in all, they form very creative pair...
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    My significant other is INFJ and nuttier than a fruitcake. But with a straight face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArbiterDewey View Post
    Female INFJs. Every one of them I've dated (one) was nuts. Also another friend of mine (ENTP) is married to one...crazy, absolutely. lol

    They don't fall under the daredevil/risk-taker absurd/unorthodox, more so the "holy shit she's nuts!!" absurd.

    "What do you mean you want 8 kids? and adopt four of them? have me work a full time job after college to support them? Wait...so you want to go to college too, but when you would have kids you want to never work again...Why go at all?"

    Prepares for the hate.
    Sounds like my aunt!

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