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    Default Most Narcissistic types

    I'd say INTJ, followed by ESTP and ENTP. There's something about that subtle, TeFi condescension that comes off as more grating than the affable TiFe cheekiness of ExTPs.

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    ENTJ, ESTP, ENTP, and INTJ.

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    I've never found NTJs as being narcissistic, those that I recognize as being that way. Though they might be in the inside? I just never really cared to look into them in that point of view.

    In my own experiences, it seems like Se doms are pretty narcissistic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    I'd say INTJ, followed by ESTP and ENTP
    I'd add ENTJ after INTJ, but other than that, yeah. FPs can have an egocentric bent to them that can appear narcissistic, but it's typically more harmless

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    There's something about that subtle, TeFi condescension that comes off as more grating than the affable TiFe cheekiness of ExTPs.
    I do not agree with this part. the shit eating grin and Ti/Fe social manipulation tactics of ExTPs make me want to rip off their dick and choke them with it.
    Fi/Te condescension is more tolerable because you can ignore it. it's a quiet sort of "I'm better than you" sans expectation or attempts to manipulate you. people can think whatever they want about me. as long as I know I'm awesome, that's all that matters
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    this thread looks vaguely familiar...

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    People use "narcissism" to mean all different things. If you're talking about Narcissistic Personality Disorder, it's characterized by caring a lot about what other people think of you. The DSM symptoms (per Wikipedia) include "Expects constant attention, admiration and positive reinforcement from others."

    INTJs have a tendency to be arrogant, but in more of a don't-care-what-you-think way, and it really isn't typical of INTJs to have an above-average need for attention and positive reinforcement from others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reckful View Post
    People use "narcissism" to mean all different things. If you're talking about Narcissistic Personality Disorder, it's characterized by caring a lot what other people think of you. The DSM symptoms (per Wikipedia) include "Expects constant attention, admiration and positive reinforcement from others."

    INTJs have a tendency to be arrogant, but in more of a don't-care-what-you-think way, and it really isn't typical of INTJs to have an above-average need for attention and positive reinforcement from others.
    Huh....well colour me a narcissist then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PimpinMcBoltage View Post
    In my own experiences, it seems like Se doms are pretty narcissistic.
    I agree that Se doms seem that way, more than others too. But I also think that it's just because it's more obvious in an Se dom. That's all.

    Quote Originally Posted by reckful View Post
    People use "narcissism" to mean all different things. If you're talking about Narcissistic Personality Disorder, it's characterized by caring a lot what other people think of you. The DSM symptoms (per Wikipedia) include "Expects constant attention, admiration and positive reinforcement from others."

    INTJs have a tendency to be arrogant, but in more of a don't-care-what-you-think way, and it really isn't typical of INTJs to have an above-average need for attention and positive reinforcement from others.
    According to that definition it's Fe doms

    Narcissist:
    1. a person who is overly self-involved, and often vain and selfish.
    2. Psychoanalysis . a person who suffers from narcissism, deriving erotic gratification from admiration of his or her own physical or mental attributes.
    3. an exceptional interest in or admiration for oneself, esp one's physical appearance
    4. sexual satisfaction derived from contemplation of one's own physical or mental endowments

    According to this definition it's Se doms

    I don't know why...but I don't really think it's a bad thing to be narcissistic.

    So what? Someone gets a little carried away with loving themselves. None of my business.

    I think I have a problem more with the types of people that portray characteristics of the Narcissistic Personality Disorder. I don't mind attention whores, but I do mind when they affect me.

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    Someone interrupting me because the attention is taken off of them.

    I find that to be petty.
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    ntjs.

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    The internal narcissism of intjs unmatched. It is sickeningly shocking infact. I have 3 close intj friends who are as polite, helpful and good hearted as it gets in any type I know and these good traits are usually known by their friends and acquantances; though they indicate no desire to let it be known. However 2 of those friends I mentioned have the habit of letting me know their internal thought patterns - due to the trust they have on me - by thinking out loud - which is an amazing experience by the way - and it shocks me to see how shockingly: thoughtful, structured, ETHICAL, insightful, planned and last but not least narcissistic they are about their intelligence. But thanks to their tormenting-ethical standards they seldom execute their arrogance on others.

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