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    If only I knew more people, I would probably say I hate every type.

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    Aye, I can respect close-mindedness if it has merit or value. Only when it comes with stupidity is it very annoying.

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    Yep. Closemindedness is only a bad thing when the mind is too closed. As openmindedness is only a bad thing when the mind is too open.

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    It's interesting because it's no secret that I love ISTJs I have a few in my family and some of my closest friends are of this type also BUT they can also be kind of a nemisis in relationship settings... just sometimes... Other types maybe an ENTJ because they're kinda scary But I am speaking ancedotal here and I usually get along well with most types so nothing to form a generalisation of
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    I got issues with brunettes, it always ends up in them throwing things after me. Blondes I do fine though
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    I have disastrous relationships with ESTJs. They are more closeminded than a rock and easygoing like a turd stuck up one's ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    Nope, Stupidity+close mindedness is the worst thing in the world, and it transcends all types.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf
    Aye, I can respect close-mindedness if it has merit or value.
    I prefer someone stupid (by this I'm assuming you mean dumb) to someone close-minded, actually. When you are close-minded there is no benefit of the doubt. Defeats the purpose of having conversations in the first place. Merit and value, to me, are derived from a logical train of thought that anyone can use/take to arrive at the same exact conclusion. It's worse a sin to refuse to play along and go with the flow and try to be convinced, than it is to not have the brain power to do so. No shame in being dumb because at least that's a nice excuse to be wrong, most of the time.

    In fact I often use stupid, with its negative connotations, to describe someone close-minded, not someone dumb. Everything to do with will and nothing to do with "synapse speed" (or whatever). One you can control, the other you cannot.

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    Stupidity in itself (dumb) isn't annoying either.

    Like I said, only combined Stupidity (dumb) and close mindedness is imo annoying.

    But an intelligent close minded person I can have great fun discussions with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Stupidity in itself (dumb) isn't annoying either.

    Like I said, only combined Stupidity (dumb) and close mindedness is imo annoying.

    But an intelligent close minded person I can have great fun discussions with.
    Only if you are laughing at the expenses of his/her close-mindedness. Cause if he/she's close-minded he/she won't ever engage in any real discussion per se. By the same token you could have fun laughing at the expenses of someone who is simply dumb. (it's stupid [hehe] but I reckon people are different)

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    No, I like to try and understand why they are so sure. So I attack, and they defend.

    And if they're good and smart, the discussion is really interesting.

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