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    I hate being the only intuitive in a room at times.

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    ISTJ/ESTJ/ESFJ. And to some extent, ENTJ as well.

    I find myself clashing with strong Si and strong Te types.


    But then again, this could be due to their individual personality and not really their mbti type. Perhaps it's just a coincidence that the people I clashed with always has a strong Te or strong Si in them? I am kinda hesitant to answer this question actually because people often confused people's individual personality with their mbti types. There is always annoying people from every mbti type and it shouldn't be limited to only a certain mbti type.

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    I remember seeing a compatibility chart of the mbti types, and not a single one seemed to correlate with my experiences as a general rule of thumb.

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    xSFJs we clash mostly as they invade my territory and tell me how I am "supposed" to be or live.
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    ESTJ, I seem to come across as flakey or they can't keep up so I'm a threat. I just can't keep them happy and out of the sergeant zone. A few realise I won't conform no matter what and relax but that's generally just a temporary thing in my experience.

    ISFJ, for some reason I get portrayed as close to sociopathic at times and that's a hard position to get in with someone from. My mother was an ISFJ so it's not an impossible boundary but I tend to get a hard fight to win turf.

    ENTP, I always seem to end up in an argument and use my knowledge of basic arguing methods to call them when they shift their positions or try fancy footwork. Never wins me any brownie points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus View Post
    ESTPs. They're just douchebags.


    ESTJs. They seem to make a conscious effort to care about all of the wrong shit and none of the right shit. They're the least substantial people alive. I find it impossible to take them seriously, too -- like if I pushed one of them really, really hard, all at once, somehow they'd back down or I could get right through them. I don't know.


    Some Fi-dominants. Looking at everyone with their bitchy, self-righteous, judgemental faces, expecting everyone to be oh-so-super-perfect and do everything the way they want you to.


    INTJs. Just overall miserable people who take every oppotunity to try and make you feel as miserable as they are. It's as if they think it makes them cool, or something. No one wants to hear about your problems. We've all got our own. Shut up and go away.


    ISTJs. You can't get any reaction out of them.
    That's just beyond the moral event horizon for me.
    Lmao you seem like the bitchy, self righteous, judgmental one. "They're just douchebags" omg gag me. Such limited perspective, such a sour grapes mentaility
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    Wow. Jesus Christ. So much excusable hate in this thread. What if I said something like "all black people are douchebags?" People would have a problem with this yet they see no problem in making blanket statements about the dislike of entire MBTI types.

    I've had my bouts with certain people, but I certainly wouldn't extrapolate these feelings to EVERYONE with that type of personality. You're going to have assholes in this world. It doesn't mean that if you met one asshole with a beard that everyone with a beard is an asshole.

    Edit: Meant to type "inexcusable"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Wow. Jesus Christ. So much excusable hate in this thread. What if I said something like "all black people are douchebags?" People would have a problem with this yet they see no problem in making blanket statements about the dislike of entire MBTI types.

    I've had my bouts with certain people, but I certainly wouldn't extrapolate these feelings to EVERYONE with that type of personality. You're going to have assholes in this world. It doesn't mean that if you met one asshole with a beard that everyone with a beard is an asshole.
    Hence why I said nothing good can come of this thread, or threads like these. They just encourage stereotyping and generalizations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Hence why I said nothing good can come of this thread, or threads like these. They just encourage stereotyping and generalizations.
    But ten thousand threads on "type my cat" and "What type is batman" don't?

    Remove the stereotyping and generalisations and most would have little to say.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?
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