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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Jean-Luc Picard?
    gearing more off topic then i meant (this thread has potential merit) so...

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    yeah, i don't understand why descriptions of ENFPs always make this type sound like it's a bubbly, fun-living type. that's not who i am at the bottom of it all, it's just a façade that i may choose to put on if i want something from people (information, interest in me, etc)

    edit: actually i dont see myself like that but people usually tell me i'm friendly and energetic so...maybe it's an outside perspective?! ghargh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Jean-Luc Picard?
    After I read his profile,I think he is a STJ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Looks like you're Bjork now!
    Well, this thread inspired me to give it the good 'ol college try. I'm starting with Bjork because it seems like the most fun option.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
    (from Blue Velvet)

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    Sometimes I feel that way. I'm no Einstein and most INTPs aren't but sometimes I don't even feel that intellectual. I don't spend all my time reading philosophy or doing high level math. Sometimes I just don't get things and sometimes I don't care about some some theory. I care too much what other people think of me and I'm not completely indifferent to popular culture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unnamed View Post
    I am looking for "kind-hearted" INTJ characters ,anyone can help me?
    Maybe I should change the definition of "kind-hearted",it would be easily.
    At least in the books, Jon Snow is a "kind-hearted" ENTJ. It may be less apparent in the show because we don't have access to his internal monologue.
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    I'm INFP and whilst I agree with my typing the descriptions are awful. Perhaps what others perceive me as in real life is close to the descriptions my perception of myself isn't. I am sarcastic, vindictive and I don't really care about the needs of others for the most part (doing things for others comes as a temporary reaction to brief internal spells of guilt.) I am often cynical and I very rarely give others compliments. Also I don't consider myself a very good listener or valuable friend: I will listen only if it does not interrupt me and I blow others off when it suits me and go through short periods of interest in those around me which are usually surrounded by longer periods of apathy. None of them seem to care so that's no big deal.

    Inside I am dark, bleak and even sadistic. I am quite the meanie even if it isn't expressed.

    Addendum: I really hate being described as irrational and emotional in the descriptions too. I am for the most part not outwardly or inwardly emotional and I do put a lot of sustained energy into being logical and rational.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Not really. I recognize the stereotype and hyperbole in many of the descriptions, and feel neither limited by it, nor compelled to live up to it. It is merely one window on my gifts and limitations, what I can capitalize on and what needs work.
    this is well-said, and I feel the same way. luckily no one else in my life has gotten into MBTI and asked me what my type is. then I'd feel differently.

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    Meh. I'm not an always-nicey-nice, inhumanely patient, teaching, diaper-changing, mini-van-driving, church-bake-sale-organizing, holy-shit-number-of-details-remembering, traditional-value-upholding, wholly uncreative, doormat Suzy homemaker/Betty Crocker secretary extraordinaire...


    ..and I'm largely okay with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tabula View Post
    Meh. I'm not an always-nicey-nice, inhumanely patient, teaching, diaper-changing, mini-van-driving, church-bake-sale-organizing, holy-shit-number-of-details-remembering, traditional-value-upholding, wholly uncreative, doormat Suzy homemaker/Betty Crocker secretary extraordinaire...


    ..and I'm largely okay with that.
    This is the most well-pointed out reply to anything if there ever was one.

    Let us all not act to our type.

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