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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Usually it's other INTJs, and often INTPs.
    The INTJs I know usually get along, and many are attracted to INTPs...
    I still doubt your INTJ-ness. Sorry. :/

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    ESTJs.
    And then I usually have the love-hate business with ENTJs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    I see.

    What types are your family members, out of curiosity?
    My dad is a ST. My mom is an SF. My brothers are NTs, but my brothers are definitely not introverted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    My dad is a ST. My mom is an SF. My brothers are NTs, but my brothers are definitely not introverted.
    Interesting. If I were an N, I would feel misunderstood by S's... even *I* do, as an ISFP, sometimes. S's are S's, that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    Interesting. If I were an N, I would feel misunderstood by S's... even *I* do, as an ISFP, sometimes. S's are S's, that's for sure.
    Even though I am misunderstood, it still gives me no right to put the blame on them. I should accept some of the blame because I did not put forth the effort to be understood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    Even though I am misunderstood, it still gives me no right to put the blame on them. I should accept some of the blame because I did not put forth the effort to be understood.
    That's true; you're awful.

    Not...

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    I often butt heads with ESFJs. I usually love assertive types, but combine that with Fe and you've got a recipe for disaster. At their best, we get along great, even if their motives may seem a bit superficial at times. At their worst, they're walking black holes of negative emotions. They're one of the few types who can force me out of my happy place. Then I become extremely immature, extremely competitive and end up trying to wear them down. Sometimes it works. But sometimes I end up caving in and telling them what they wanna hear just to end it all. Of course, I still secretly take pride in the fact that I managed to deceive them.

    Give me an ENFJ anytime. They're really just little woodland creatures inside. *pats*
    "Always be yourself - unless you suck."

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    That's true; you're awful.

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    Thanks, but yes I am awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    None. Close-minded people I guess.
    This is about the worst thing in the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    This is about the worst thing in the world
    Nope, Stupidity+close mindedness is the worst thing in the world, and it transcends all types.

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