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    I have found INTPs to be very boring sometimes, depends on how anti-social they are, some of them fade into the background very easily, other just sound patronizing when they talk. I have probably just become the enemy of most of the internet .
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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    I have found INTPs to be very boring sometimes, depends on how anti-social they are, some of them fade into the background very easily, other just sound patronizing when they talk. I have probably just become the enemy of most of the internet .

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    Quote Originally Posted by forzen View Post
    The problem with ISTJ:

    1. You have to adapt to their interest.
    2. You talk about said interest 24/7.
    3. Do not like to do anything outside of what their interested in (the best thing about hanging out is seeing what ridiculous thing could occur in awkward situations so you guys can laugh about it later. This normally only applies in social situation).
    4. Jokes are rather bland in my opinion.
    Funny, the same could be said about INTJs.

    Like others have said, it's real subjective, and my percpetion has changed since I posted here over a year ago. Sim had it correctly. (RIP) when it was just misunderstanding each other.

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    There is a definite up-side to being labeled as boring because people tend to leave you alone. That right there is enough the embrace the label.

    So much that is considered exciting is just brainwashed ideas from the media. Some of the most unique people are "boring" to the unwashed (but exciting) masses.
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    Introversion tends to be what creates this boundary of appearing to look boring on the surface and then this is the case as it is until better known.

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    ENTPs! Especially if they are going on and on about their interests, never realising you aren't interested in them
    I guess every personality type can be boring...
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    ISFJs. Not saying they're all bad, but the ones I know are always lecturing people about some perceived injustice or something someone did/is doing wrong.

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    I was married to an ISTJ for 14 years. I wouldn't say boring. I'd just say that she wasn't interested in the same types of things that I was interested. And if there happened to actually be something, she wasn't interested in it in the same way. I could tell that I bored her also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zukram. View Post
    ISFJs. Not saying they're all bad, but the ones I know are always lecturing people about some perceived injustice or something someone did/is doing wrong.
    the ones i know do this too. also, going over an extremely simple plan over and over and over again, even using the exact same words, complaining about the same things over and over, wanting to have a long, drawn-out, excruciating conversation about something you did that no one else would have a problem with except another ISFJ (something as simple as not being home when they called and you're not even in a relationship with them), and being put through the ringer emotionally if you'll let them over some innocent comment you made a week ago that they've literally lost sleep thinking about ever since then.

    it's the repetitiveness and redundancy that kills.

    that said, however, i'd have to give more thought as to which type i find most boring. but as of this moment, they'd be at the top of the list. a depressed self-hater, who never does anything to better their situation, would be the biggest competition.
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    Yes there are some people who are boring. I knew an ISFJ who just creeped me out with her monotone voice and monotone bland subjects and the way she described them. On the other hand my mom is an ISFJ and she is an excellent journal writer as well as one of my favorite (if not the favorite) human beings.

    Many extrovert windbags [not saying all extroverts are windbags nor are all people who talk more than most always windbags...i.e. windbags generally also lack eloquence] get on my nerves (some are boring some are not but might just as well be since they don't take a minute to pause, listen and breathe).

    One of my best friends is an ISTJ and he is a cool combination to my personality type and not boring. I am lucky to have him as a friend as he tolerates me when I get snippy and incisive (and sometimes I just need to vent my incisiveness)

    All in all, all types have chalenges in areas where and its up to them (if they are so inclined) on effectively choosing to become excellent.
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