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    Your time is gonna come. Oom's Avatar
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    Random Man: Hey *mumble mumble*

    INTP: What?

    Random Man: Murphmurphle

    INTP: Shit I'm gonna stab you...

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    Senior Member Rhapsody's Avatar
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    ESFJ - You're irresponsible.

    ENTJ - I'll get to it eventually.
    ENFJ - *say anything in an impolite tone of voice*

    ENTP - You take life way too seriously.
    ENFP - Could you be quiet for a second?

    ISFJ - You're so selfish and unhelpful.
    ISTJ - No, there's no plan, why do you ask?

    INFJ - You're not doing enough to make the world a better place.
    INTJ - *anything that doesn't make sense*

    INFP - *act offended/hurt after they say something*
    INTP - Clean your room.

    I couldn't think of anything for ESTJs or SPs because I don't know any that well.

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    Rats off to ya! Mort Belfry's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    To an INTP: "You're wrong." (hahaha)
    Dammit, you beat me.
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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    Your time is gonna come. Oom's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhapsody View Post
    INTP - Clean your room.
    Man you're good!

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    ENFJ - We all hate eachother, we are never going to all get along so stop trying.

    INFJ- You're a terrible friend and a terrible gf/bf. Oh, and you have no passion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    I am of the philosophy, that to a great degree, you will find what you aim to look for. If you are aiming to find deception, paranoia in order to cement your self-preservation....I can't give you a logical reason why, just that the universe has a way of dealing them back to you, and, in such masses as to crumble the very thing you hope to protect, self-preservation.

    If I lived near you, I would probably force you to get out with me, and take life, and people, as funny, random, insightful, and often, silly, as they come.

    Perception is the key.



    I may be biased, but, I'd gone trekking in the foothills of the Himalayas with a group, and, one of our guides (pulling our leg or not) started talking about snakes in and around the area. And, just for shytes and giggles, one time, when the snake stuff was being discussed as our group stood around this area for rest....I froze up, got real quiet, and said to the guy standing in front, "J, whatever you do...just...don't...move!"

    And, he did the rest on his own. The freaking out, screaming and crying like a girl, running...

    His paranoia helped....he would have kept running, but the mountains dropping off stopped him.

    I laughed, he had murder in his eyes. 3 days later, WE all were laughing, including J.

    (but, I also laughed when another member of our group, another time, had a REAL encounter with a mountain monkey, who had killed another male in a fight, and was still reeling from his fight, and saw my friend as the 'next target'...I actually filmed that one, yeah, real or not, funny shyte...I even laughed (well, AFTER) when I got chased down the mountains by a herd of cows. Moral: laugh, life is funny, seriously.)
    Epic.

    If you're a dude, can we hang out? If you're female, will you marry me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    "You're predictable" is another irritating one.
    A close friend ISFJ filled out my online Johari/Nohari window. He said I was 'childish', and 'overdramatic' but the thing that stung the most was being called 'predictable'. Ooh! :steam:

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    Artisan Conquerer Halla74's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    SP - any sentence that starts with "You need to.." or "You should..."
    +100!

    Those are fighting words!

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    veteran attention whore Jeffster's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo_(operalover) View Post
    A close friend ISFJ filled out my online Johari/Nohari window. He said I was 'childish', and 'overdramatic' but the thing that stung the most was being called 'predictable'. Ooh! :steam:
    Yeah, I don't mind being called childish and overdramatic. I AM childish and overdramatic! But predictable? That pisses me off.

    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    +100!

    Those are fighting words!
    Yeah, although, it might work if you are really trying to get us to do the exact opposite of what you say we need to do. SPs are vulnerable to reverse psychology if it's done convincingly.
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    INTP - Don't get all emotional.

    I once got that from an ESFP. I still laugh about it.

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