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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    I always enjoy other INxx types. I feel drawn to them, like there's a secret language/connection or something.
    Same here.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    Me, too.

    Specifically about INFJs, I recently started a friendship with another one, and after awhile it occurred to me that I was being treated the way I try to treat people, and I suddenly felt really fortunate.

    On the other hand ... another INFJ who I was friends with online for a couple of years slammed the door on me last week. Interesting. Now I see what it feels like.

    Well, nothing lasts forever...

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    My dad is an ISTJ, and it's annoying that when he gets frustrated with a problem, I can see exactly why he's upset. I'm upset for the same reason. And there we are, both understanding what "should" be done, and both annoyed by it.

    But generally, we get along. There's just never much to say.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Online most def. IRL, most of the times, NO! I get frustrated by their 'slick wit', arrogance, crazy ideas (esp. cuz I know *my* crazy ideas are actually gonna work )! If there's a good development of the feeling function, then, yes...it's like kindred spirit, but, it has to be 1-on-1, not in a group. In a group, I think 1 ENTP per group (max.) should be implemented.

    There was this one ENTP in my class, who would always downplay his work. Like if people are hemming and hawing about how hard an assignment is, he'd have to pitch in, "oh, ya, I did that in 2 hours...pretty easy, actually"

    It was quite annoying, but, he got his just dues as he failed that motherfucker.

    Arrogance is only warrented if it is the truth. IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    There was this one ENTP in my class, who would always downplay his work. Like if people are hemming and hawing about how hard an assignment is, he'd have to pitch in, "oh, ya, I did that in 2 hours...pretty easy, actually"

    lol, I love when people say stuff like that. I usually crack up laughing in their faces. Don't ask me why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    lol, I love when people say stuff like that. I usually crack up laughing in their faces. Don't ask me why.
    I usually respond, "Someone failed to understand the assignment"

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    I've never met one, but I'd love to. The closest I've come are INTPs, ENFPs, and ENTJs. Most people I meet are S's.

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    I like the ones that take it seriously, who use their type for good and to it's full potential. I don't like the ENFPs who appear more ESFP-ish. A lot of ENFPs come off as being energetic, highly optimistic, bubbly, ditzy, and all of these other characteristics related to a cuddly cat. It kind of annoys me, though it shoulnd't.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    I'm not particularly fond of ESTPs.

    Those I know:
    - One's been in my class for 4 years and is a major asshole.
    - One's very charming, but at times mean and cruel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Here's my sweeping generalization:

    I'm perceiving a pattern that Fi itself seems to dislike the company of more Fi.
    That's weird. I personally love other ISFPs. Fun!

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