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    INFJ for both questions.

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    ISxPs.

    INxPs are enigmas, but they don't hold any intrigue.
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    ESFJ. I don't understand how they get any joy out of conforming. It gives me nightmares just imagining living like one. I think that would be a good boot/ torture camp for me.

    Oh, wait this is the mysteeerious thread not scary. My bad!!
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    i find INFJs mysterious
    "Honest differences are often a healthy sign of progress. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Though CaptainChick can't get enough of us INTPs!
    I sure can't!!!

    You male INTPs just make me feel so and and :steam: and and and :rolli: and and and and and :zzz:!!!

    How can I resist, that's right, I can't.

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    'Cause you can't handle me...

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    Here's another vote for the INFJs (excluding the borderline introverts).

    The ones I've met are also extremely difficult to know. There was this one INFJ girl I used to hang out with back in high school and after 3 years, I still can't say I know her!
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    I'm a mystery to most people for one simple reason: there's nothing there xD
    Since I'm usually pretty "dissolving but not on purpose" and always seem at peace with myself people think I'm hiding something. I'm not, I'm just a simple person with simple needs, now move on nothing to see here .
    But in my opinion INTJs and ENTJs real enigmas to me in the sense that I don't care much for the "cold-calculating stereotype or buldozer facade" I know they're full of ponies in there and I love to go dig them out. Actually any type because when I see one side I always think there are more layers to people so I want to know more, even if you seem to "spill your heart" out. I just like to dig out their feelings basically, I like analyzing them and seeing what's under their "scary" surface.(like I said: see ponies,rainbows etc...)
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    I dunno, I don't really think I tend to like mysterious people, I tend to like it when people are straight-forward about things. I don't really get the word "mysterious" though. It's like putting other people on a sort of far away platform to oooo at them, like they can't be explained because they are ~so mysterious~~. I just don't really like seeing people like that, I like to think I could understand them. Maybe in a sense that does make me attracted to 'enigmas' because I want to understand them, but I don't think I'm really "fascinated" in the same sense you are saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by placebo View Post
    I dunno, I don't really think I tend to like mysterious people, I tend to like it when people are straight-forward about things. I don't really get the word "mysterious" though. It's like putting other people on a sort of far away platform to oooo at them, like they can't be explained because they are ~so mysterious~~. I just don't really like seeing people like that, I like to think I could understand them. Maybe in a sense that does make me attracted to 'enigmas' because I want to understand them, but I don't think I'm really "fascinated" in the same sense you are saying.
    I'm with ya. The mystery thing gets boring. (And it bothers me that some people I would like to know me think I am mysterious)

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    ^^ These are interesting (valid) responses. It actually didn't occur to me that some people are put off by mystery. And since I notice both responses are from INFPs, it makes me wonder if being drawn (or not being drawn) to mystery is type-related.

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