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    Quote Originally Posted by bcubchgo View Post
    Try again.
    You're not exactly unbiased.

    ISTJ leaves ENTJ heartbroken

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...artbroken.html

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    I think there are some dull 'people' that don't think very deeply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctang15 View Post


    'Boringness' is subjective.

    INTP: Damn, ESFJs are boring. All they talk about is what to do on the weekends.

    ESFJ: By God, INTPs are boring. All they do is sit on their computers reading about some theoretical stuff.

    INTP: Technically, we don't sit 'on' our computers. It's terribly uncomfortable and we might break it.
    Yeah, that's what I was thinking- I just couldn't put it to words. I personally am bored with people who act like stereotypes. (Based on type, job, income, whatever...)
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    Boring people = anyone who is bored with life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    You're not exactly unbiased.

    ISTJ leaves ENTJ heartbroken

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...artbroken.html
    Respectfully, I'm not interested in playing that kind of game with you. I asked an honest question and you decided to try to spear me with it - that seems to be your modus operandi here sometimes. I'm interested in a genuine answer, not a mindfuck. I will not respond further to your antics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malice View Post
    The ISTJ's I know do have their boring bits - Often I catch myself in the 'ESFJ urge' to grab them and shake them and scream - OMG DO SOMETHING FUN! But then I realize that they're probably happy as is hahaha.

    The INTX's I know have bored me a bit on occasion but I chalk it up to different passions in life more than their direct personality. For instance? My INTJ tries to talk to me about groupoids, vectors and manifolds (he's a mathematician) when he full well knows I don't understand math (never got my gr 12 math) and it all flies over my head because I can't relate to it at all. I'm happy he wants to be able to share that part of himself with me, but jeez.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    Thinking types often need a sounding board to bounce thoughts off of.
    So true. A room full of NTP's talking. That can get boring. It's just a game of theorizing and correcting, theorizing and recorrecting. It's like a theorizing and correcting black hole. Starts off interesting, but after about an hour it starts to get kind of lame. I've been in this situation more times than I should have been.

    (One time I got into this situation, we were supposed to be going somewhere much later, and couldn't stand the thought of theorizing and correcting all afternoon, so I took one of the INTP's and we went to the mall and had a grand day out instead. ) I would prefer the theorizing without correcting while doing something fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcubchgo View Post
    I'm interested in a genuine answer, not a mindfuck.
    Here's a genuine answer:

    Just because you have personal problems with ISTJs doesn't mean ISTJs are to blame. It takes two to tango. You may have to entertain the very real possibility that you are, in fact, part of the problem. You are not teflon-coated.

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    Honestly, this thread should not exist anymore, because there's nothing to discuss, so I'm not going to even bother trying to be on topic, except to say that in my opinion, if you think someone is boring, then you don't know them well enough.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    You're not exactly unbiased.

    ISTJ leaves ENTJ heartbroken

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...artbroken.html

    Another example is here.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Here's a genuine answer:

    Just because you have personal problems with ISTJs doesn't mean ISTJs are to blame. It takes two to tango. You may have to entertain the very real possibility that you are, in fact, part of the problem. You are not teflon-coated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Honestly, this thread should not exist anymore, because there's nothing to discuss, so I'm not going to even bother trying to be on topic, except to say that in my opinion, if you think someone is boring, then you don't know them well enough.
    That's kinda worthless. I mean, get to know an introvert and they can talk your head off. But that doesn't mean introverts are chatty in general.

    This entire thread is asking about a generalization. Much like MBTI itself. Of course individuals trump type. But that's not the point of this thread or MBTI itself. Parsing the question down to the individual level is a cop out.

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