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    Default In general what type(s) are you most likely to butt heads with upon meeting them?

    It's fine that once you get to know each other become friends.

    This is not a type bashing thread, it's more about your personal experiences with first impressions. If you want to rant about a type take it somewhere else

    For me it's entjs. We tend to rarely start off on the right foot. But usually once we get to know each other we get along great and respect each other. Just have to get through a rocky start. Both parties tend to have strong negative reactions to one another
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    i dunno what else to say so

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    Other ExTx types aren't easy to get along with, especially in a work setting. Overall, I'd say ESTx types, especially young and ambitious ones - they tend to be really bossy, arrogant, and tactless (I am partially these things too but they often blow it out of proportion).
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    First impressions
    INTP
    ENTP

    Middle of the conversation
    ESFJ
    ENFJ

    Over a few days
    ISFJ
    INFJ

    Weeks
    ISFP
    INFP

    Months
    ESFP
    ENFP

    Years
    ISTP
    ESTP

    Decades
    ENTJ
    INTJ

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    Mostly people that disagree or try to change the way I should think and act by criticizing me. I find it an obstruction of my freedom.

    Also, anyone that I suspect that is potentially untrustworthy or dangerous.

    This is regardless of type, but there are types that have a tendency to do this more often than others
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    SFJs

    That's pretty much it.

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    We butt heads at first but end up being buddies: sometimes ENTPs. ISTPs, although it's less that we butt heads and more that we have this initial mistrust towards one another

    the opposite situation (we get along well at first but sometimes end up clashing): ESFP, ESFJ, ESTP, occasionally other INFPs

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    Introverts
    MBTI: ExxJ tetramer
    Functions: Fe > Te > Ni > Se > Si > Ti > Fi > Ne
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    ExTPs -- especially ENTPs. They bring out the humorless jerk in me if I'm not prepared.
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    I don't know of any, but maybe it's a one sided dynamic of which I'm not aware. I guess people who don't find interesting anything I want to talk about and like people who talk a lot would be people who would not have a good impression of me, especially if they value competence in areas in which I'm not proficient. So I would be annoyed by people who expect from me things I can't give.

    I wouldn't mind talking a lot, but the things I think about 90% of the time don't make for good casual conversation. And most of the things most people find interesting I find incredibly boring.

    Edit: So that might be all the SJ's and about half the SP's.
    Edit: and mostly extroverts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eluded_One View Post
    Mostly people that disagree or try to change the way I should think and act by criticizing me. I find it an obstruction of my freedom.

    Also, anyone that I suspect that is potentially untrustworthy or dangerous.

    This is regardless of type, but there are types that have a tendency to do this more often than others
    I agree but I'm talking about the types that happen more often.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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