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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Same here, but I have seen reasonable arguments that it is a better fit for INTPs, who are more likely to pursue knowledge for its own sake. INTJs, the argument goes, would be better called "engineers", which implies a focus on applying knowledge in practical ways. On the other hand, there are plenty of INTJs among scientists by profession, and it is my INTP SO who is the engineer.
    yeah that makes sense, because I don't pursue knowledge for its own sake. I dabble with everything and engineers often have to keep things simple and stupid, while at the same time make it complicated in the background. I like those challenges, I guess this is where efficiency plugs in. Always a balancing act. I don't mind working with INTPs or any other personality, I like bringing everything together.

    The problem for me by selling myself is, I can't tell them I have x y z, because everything is always on the fly, by the way type thing. Lets work out something custom for you. Lets understand the problem and adjust to what you need and make it run efficient for you.

    Efficiency is a core part of me, and I guess keeping track of everything could consider me a "mastermind". Isn't a mastermind somebody that thinks far ahead into the future? Solve problems for when we eventually reach that stage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanton Moore View Post
    How about:

    Blowhard
    Know it all
    asshole

    Do any of those fit?

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    In any sort of typology, it seems like giving out a particularly strong nickname to something never goes well and only does nothing more than to confuse others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    #5: People mistakenly think that INTJs make the best pudding. This is a lie.
    Indeed. Apparently someone a while back mistook expert INTJ-produced guacamole for pistachio pudding. INTJs make the best guacamole. We kind of suck at pudding.
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    I don't think this website is the only only sanctum housing an overrepresentation of "N"s.

    From my observations, most of those with anything to say about MBTI on the web are alleged Ns as well.

    I'm not sure why they arrive at those conclusions about their type, but I'd venture to say that those who are given a solid chance to talk about how "awesome" they are will likely not shut up about it - even if their momentary brashness obviously contrasts with their "Introverted", "reserved", nature.

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    My pudding is awesome!

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    I just made Indian Pudding, one of my fall favorites. It got mixed reviews, but then it seems to be something that one either really likes, or doesn't like at all.
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    I am pleased to see that the INTJs, whom are not easily given to distracted derailing of threads, have succumbed to the magic of pudding.

    VERY pleased.

    *rubs paws together in evil fashion*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    I am pleased to see that the INTJs, whom are not easily given to distracted derailing of threads, have succumbed to the magic of pudding.

    VERY pleased.

    *rubs paws together in evil fashion*

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    Hi, first post but I've studied this topic a lot! Anyways, from what I've seen online and from people who have disclosed their types on Facebook, the most common result that people get on the dichotomy-based, free test online is INTJ. Maybe INFJ as well. But there is a lot of self-reporting bias to those tests. That said, though, I do think that introverted and intuitive types are overrepresented online-- IN types tend to gravitate towards this stuff like a moth to the proverbial flame.

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