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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Don't worry, people won't eat something called "bad octopus." You sound like you've been out of the fridge too long.

    (Then again, there's a "sucker" born every minute. HAHAHAHA! "Sucker!" Isn't that hilarious?! And ironic?? If you were a tarot card, you'd be a Page of Tentacles!)
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    That was amusing. Slightly truthful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cm81 View Post
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    INFJs are fond of themselves. They try to have friends but they often do not get past the “hello” phase. They prefer non-interactive media, which is why they predilect for poetry and prose. The fucking paper will not fucking talk back to them.

    In the rare occasion that they do manage to befriend someone (after alternating between telling a potential friend too much and then too little about themselves, perhaps they found a balance for once), the INFJ listen to others and then they pretend that the anecdotes relayed to them were ones they experienced themselves. This way, everything can be about them.

    INFJs often want to change the world, but what they don’t realize is that they, themselves, need to change. The INFJ animal is a badger. Badgers are dumb. Badgers won’t fucking let go if they bite you, much like an INFJ. INFJs are prone to biting people, the freaks.

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    I must say, I do have a tendency for biting when the urge strikes..only my closest people! @johnnyyukon I thought of an earlier conversation we had when reading this. Thought you might find it amusing.
    Badgers are also often found dead in the road...not sure if that relates or not.
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    Ah so much cristicism, how much can INFP handle it before crying out a river?

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    INFPs are not concerned with the material world, anything that matters to them happens inside their head. They are the kid in the back of the class who understands nothing and believes themselves to understand it all, which is why they never ask questions, and always make assumptions. If you correct their assumptions they are likely to not hear you.

    In the grand scheme of things, INFPs forgive everyone, perhaps because of the lingering doubt that anything they perceive is truly there. Their animal totem would be the stupid, drooling, cute dog.

    Sometimes, the actual real world penetrates the foggy glass of their John Lennon-style rose-coloured shades, and they are prone to extreme depression when this happens. Usually, the best way to get them out of this is distracting them with something shiny, or make a doll of the friend they lost they can keep as a substitute. Since you considered doing this creepy thing, I can but assume you’re an ISFJ, so get away from me, get far away.

    They are likely to find meaning in meaningless things, and relationships with INFPs end typically because of imagined slights, or the realization that nothing you’ve said for the last fourteen months have even been processed by their brains. If you leave, it might take them up to three weeks to notice, had you been living together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Don't worry, people won't eat something called "bad octopus." You sound like you've been out of the fridge too long.

    (Then again, there's a "sucker" born every minute. HAHAHAHA! "Sucker!" Isn't that hilarious?! And ironic?? If you were a tarot card, you'd be a Page of Tentacles!)
    Arghh, the puns! THEY HURT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Don't worry, people won't eat something called "bad octopus." You sound like you've been out of the fridge too long.

    (Then again, there's a "sucker" born every minute. HAHAHAHA! "Sucker!" Isn't that hilarious?! And ironic?? If you were a tarot card, you'd be a Page of Tentacles!)
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Badgers are also often found dead in the road...not sure if that relates or not.
    But the honey badgers are so badass

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    That will melt tomorrow."M83
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    Well this is dumb.

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    Scruples are alien to them. They have no compunctions about petty details like ruining someone else’s life, and if they can get away with it they will gladly stab you with the dagger themselves.
    Why get all messy with blood when we can get others to take care of business for us?
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    INFPs are not concerned with the material world, anything that matters to them happens inside their head. They are the kid in the back of the class who understands nothing and believes themselves to understand it all, which is why they never ask questions, and always make assumptions. If you correct their assumptions they are likely to not hear you.

    Sounds more like INFJs. Most INFPs I know, including myself, ask a lot of questions as a part of "active listening".
    I'm too aware there are many different perspectives to feel I understand it all, although I can be a know-it-all at times. Still, this sounds more like INFJs to me.

    In the grand scheme of things, INFPs forgive everyone, perhaps because of the lingering doubt that anything they perceive is truly there. Their animal totem would be the stupid, drooling, cute dog.

    The first sentence is sort of true . But tsk, tsk, everyone knows INFPs are cats! Some of us are the snooty kind, and others are the gentle lap cats, but cats nonetheless.

    Sometimes, the actual real world penetrates the foggy glass of their John Lennon-style rose-coloured shades, and they are prone to extreme depression when this happens. Usually, the best way to get them out of this is distracting them with something shiny, or make a doll of the friend they lost they can keep as a substitute. Since you considered doing this creepy thing, I can but assume you’re an ISFJ, so get away from me, get far away.

    They are likely to find meaning in meaningless things, and relationships with INFPs end typically because of imagined slights, or the realization that nothing you’ve said for the last fourteen months have even been processed by their brains. If you leave, it might take them up to three weeks to notice, had you been living together.




    Oh we processed it all, but we found it incredibly meaningless
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Highlights so far:


    ENFP

    The apt animal comparison would be "goldfish."

    INTP

    They will bloody slaughter you in Trivial Pursuit

    1.They identify strongly with Trivial Pursuit because that is their life in a nutshell, metaphorically.

    ISTP

    One second they might be slouching around doing absolutely nothing, and in the next they will be all up in your face screaming and flailing.

    haha, flailing


    INFJ

    They try to have friends but they often do not get past the “hello” phase.


    ENTJ

    They have no compunctions about petty details like ruining someone else’s life





    My 6th sense is telling me this was slightly biased towards ENTPs. I shall have to find or write an ENTP caricature.
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