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    XNTJs. And sometimes ESTJs. I get along swimmingly with ISTJs though. I get frustrated with xxFPs lot. But definitely get a long. There just has to be a lot of intentional communication. Very few people can make me laugh as hard as NFPs.
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    ISTJ: Great humor, but I don't understand how they can be so obsessed with executing the plan correctly to the point that they actually rage out at me for not sticking to a plan.

    ISTP: I understand them. They're just the stupider but stronger version of the INTP.

    ESTP: I like them. Usually popular, realistic and mature.

    ESTJ: I hate them. Every ESTJ without an exception that I met was and is an asshole to me.

    ISFJ: I don't really hang out with any, so I can't judge them.

    ISFP: The only one I know is my mom. They're organized and disorganized at the same time. They act like extroverts when they're really introverts. They make decisions from logic, if moral approves. And why do they like art and gardening?

    ESFP: They're the type of person that tries to do something really stupid. When I try to prevent them from doing that, they get mad at me. Then, when they realize it was a bad idea, they get all depressed and act like they're life is so horrible. And THEN, they act like nothing has happened and carry on the stupid decision they were trying to make in the first place. WTF ESFPs?

    ESFJ: I refer them in my head as the stupid type, but they make up for it with sympathy. How can they forgive so easily? They're really nice, but they really don't understand me at all.

    INFJ: My opinion on INFJs is mixed. They're one's best friend and one's worst enemy at the same time. INFJ has to be one of the most complicated MBTI types ever. I'm used to it though, since my dad is an INFJ.

    INFP: Don't know any.

    ENFP: Really cool people, smart and social, but they do things that don't make sense for the sake of being social, and I know they know better.

    ENFJ: My love interest is an ENFJ. They're idealistic and emotional as hell (actually heaven). Gawd, I bet Hard will totally disagree for whatever reason...

    INTJ: I kinda like them, but I like them the least from the NT types.
    Now imagine a piece of paper. This piece of paper is getting ripped into pieces and burnt until nothing but ashes are left. The paper is now as non-existent as the social skills of an INTJ. Literally every INTJ I know is either autistic, sociopathic, or just doesn't fucking care. Worse: they can be all 3.
    What the hell INTJs, what the hell?

    INTP: Sadly, I'm the only one I know, but I'd say they're perfect in every aspect there is, except for the introversion. I prefer extroverts.

    ENTP: I really like ENTPs, but they can't fucking admit when I've won an argument. Also, they're gods at being assholes. ENTP is probably the troll type.

    ENTJ: Really business-minded, they're great for talking about objective matters and business and career related things. I love discussing his and my future and careers. The difference is: they have the dilligence to actually do what they plan. How, ENTJs, how are you so capable of executing your plans so well?
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    I don't really have a type that I can pick a bone with, but these are the types I get a long with most: ENTP, ENFP, any kind of SP, and for some apparent reason ISFJ
    The types that I have the most problems with: ESFJs due to their usual conventionality and conformation to social norms and inability to think for themselves, STJs because they are the type that would usually follow the rules even if breaking the rules could help someone, and other ESTPs (most of them are incompetent jerks that are more concerned with sports and how good at sports they are than actually doing something useful)
    Other than that, the rest of the types are in between.
    Don't mind what I said, because I meant nothing by it, I was just listing the people that usually piss me off, I can still get along with those types. My school is full of ESTJ teachers and I get along well with most of them.
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    In my experience it doesn't matter what personality type someone is, but rather how someone is as an individuality. I can get along with ENTJs as well as with ISFPs, it depends on the concrete person and his/her subjective preferences, hobbies and opinions.

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    The ones who think they know everything and are so certain of it without a shred of self-doubt. And in fact they know shit. Who are they?

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    Out of all the types, I mostly dislike xSTJ's. Funny thing is, one of my best friends is an ESTJ

    I love animals. He want's to kill them.
    I'm all about mercy. He's about justice.
    I get sad when someone dies. He laughs.

    I don't think all ESTJ's are like this, I think it just might be my friend xD.

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    1. ESTJ. They are the pure definition of a bully. Come at me, haters!

    2. ESFJ. The only reason they rank below ESTJs is cause they at least try to understand me. They also have (superficial) morals, so they aren't complete sociopaths.

    3. ESTP. Superficial as hell, they're the type of guy you'd have as a friend for a while, but then they'd think you're weird and ignore you for the time being.

    4. ESFP. I don't wanna call them stupid, but there's not much else to call them. When they're about to make a mistake, and you try to prevent it from happening, the ESFP gets mad at you for "interfering with their life", so of course everything happens just like one would expect it (because it's obvious), and then they seriously get depressed when the mistake occurs and act like everyone has a better life. A few days later, it's like they forgot everything that has happened and continue doing the same mistake over and over again...

    5. ISFJ. They barely made it onto this list, thanks to the cliché of ISFJs being traditional. I resent tradition. It's for people that can't handle change, and for people afraid of the new way of doing things; afraid of the unknown.
    Living by traditions is living in the past. Living in the past is not living in the present. Not living (in the present) is essentially death. Traditions are meant to die. Deal with it! Other than that, the ISFJs I know are usually housewifes to an ESTJ which makes everything ten times worse...
    Despite all this though, I like that they're not superficial like the ESxx types.

    Honorable Mentions
    ISTJ. They love two things I hate: Authority, and work.
    ISTP. Stupider version of the INTP. Enough said.
    INTJ. Worst. Social skills. Ever. Also, they are too competitive and hate losing.
    INFJ. They're not gollum, but somehow I have the feeling they have a second personality. Gandhi the one minute, Hitler the next. Wtf is this shit?

    There you have it. Haters gonna hate.
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    ESTJ: Fuck you every ESTJ I've ever known
    ESFJ: They are just my definition of a basic person. Eh
    ISTP: I just don't get what their deal is. Plus, they can be genuine assholes for no good reason and won't care.
    ESTP: My closest friends have mostly been ESTPs. They are like a better, more improved versions of ISTPs in my opinion.
    ENFP: I don't think I know any. Still waiting to see what they are like.
    INTP: Only certain ones I hate. The particularly condescending INTPs are the worst
    INFJ: Don't know any
    INFP: The ones I know are very kind and I can get along with them.
    ISTJ: These are good people. I respect them.
    ISFJ: My mom is this type. I think she has an overly developed "J", because she needs to freaking calm down and stop flipping out about every little detail of everything. As for the rest of them, they are ok, but I don't know them that well
    ISFP: I really like this type, they ones I know are some of the most warm and caring people I have ever met
    ESFP: Fun, but can be stupid, sensitive, attention whores at times
    ENFJ: Kind, good leader, excellent spokespeople. I have a bit to learn from them
    ENTJ: Awesome people. The reasonable ones at least
    ENTP: I love them, but they argue too much. And they so often never make use of their intelligence, so a lot of them end up being wasted potential (at least the ones I know)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayJayBananas View Post
    ESTJ: Fuck you every ESTJ I've ever known
    ESFJ: They are just my definition of a basic person. Eh
    ISTP: I just don't get what their deal is. Plus, they can be genuine assholes for no good reason and won't care.
    ESTP: My closest friends have mostly been ESTPs. They are like a better, more improved versions of ISTPs in my opinion.
    ENFP: I don't think I know any. Still waiting to see what they are like.
    INTP: Only certain ones I hate. The particularly condescending INTPs are the worst
    INFJ: Don't know any
    INFP: The ones I know are very kind and I can get along with them.
    ISTJ: These are good people. I respect them.
    ISFJ: My mom is this type. I think she has an overly developed "J", because she needs to freaking calm down and stop flipping out about every little detail of everything. As for the rest of them, they are ok, but I don't know them that well
    ISFP: I really like this type, they ones I know are some of the most warm and caring people I have ever met
    ESFP: Fun, but can be stupid, sensitive, attention whores at times
    ENFJ: Kind, good leader, excellent spokespeople. I have a bit to learn from them
    ENTJ: Awesome people. The reasonable ones at least
    ENTP: I love them, but they argue too much. And they so often never make use of their intelligence, so a lot of them end up being wasted potential (at least the ones I know)
    Using the term "basic" in the way you used it is a good indicator of a "basic" person. It's such a trendy little teenybopper expression.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandomINTP View Post
    1. ESTJ. They are the pure definition of a bully. Come at me, haters!

    2. ESFJ. The only reason they rank below ESTJs is cause they at least try to understand me. They also have (superficial) morals, so they aren't complete sociopaths.

    3. ESTP. Superficial as hell, they're the type of guy you'd have as a friend for a while, but then they'd think you're weird and ignore you for the time being.

    4. ESFP. I don't wanna call them stupid, but there's not much else to call them. When they're about to make a mistake, and you try to prevent it from happening, the ESFP gets mad at you for "interfering with their life", so of course everything happens just like one would expect it (because it's obvious), and then they seriously get depressed when the mistake occurs and act like everyone has a better life. A few days later, it's like they forgot everything that has happened and continue doing the same mistake over and over again...

    5. ISFJ. They barely made it onto this list, thanks to the cliché of ISFJs being traditional. I resent tradition. It's for people that can't handle change, and for people afraid of the new way of doing things; afraid of the unknown.
    Living by traditions is living in the past. Living in the past is not living in the present. Not living (in the present) is essentially death. Traditions are meant to die. Deal with it! Other than that, the ISFJs I know are usually housewifes to an ESTJ which makes everything ten times worse...
    Despite all this though, I like that they're not superficial like the ESxx types.

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    ISTJ. They love two things I hate: Authority, and work.
    ISTP. Stupider version of the INTP. Enough said.
    INTJ. Worst. Social skills. Ever. Also, they are too competitive and hate losing.
    INFJ. They're not gollum, but somehow I have the feeling they have a second personality. Gandhi the one minute, Hitler the next. Wtf is this shit?

    There you have it. Haters gonna hate.
    Haters gonna hate while you continue on as a spiteful little worm. & the emboldened is in and of itself an immensely stupid thing to say. Type has zero to do with intelligence. This is common knowledge.

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