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    All of them. Who wants to be confined to four letters and one paradigm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica View Post
    ENTJs and ENFPs will be amused by anything and like anyone. INFJs just like popular people.
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    ISFP? I can believe it. I tend to find ISFPs exceptionally boring as well.
    Hm. Then apparently, so is every single person that encountered the ISTJ.

    Are you going to make excuses for all 16 types?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Hm. Then apparently, so is every single person that encountered the ISTJ.

    Are you going to make excuses for all 16 types?
    I will respond to your question with a question: do people on this forum have no sense of humor?
    I have a (new) blog here.

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    I think dead people are pretty boring... Most of the time.

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    xSxJ. Clearly. Hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica View Post
    I will respond to your question with a question: do people on this forum have no sense of humor?
    People get really, really pissed off about type-bashing. You may have thought you seemed joking, but people post like that non-jokingly all the time, so you could easily have just been "one of those people".

    I really should unsubscribe, because it bugs me so much that people are so easily bored by other types. Especially people with lots of Ne. Aren't Ne types supposed to be able to find something interesting about anything? You know, to be easily entertained? I have much less Ne and I'm like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcubchgo View Post
    What I want to know is what is so difficult about small talk that some ISTJs cannot reply in conversations beyond a "YUP" or an "Uh huh". Do they not realize that conversations are a two way street and that something other than that has to emerge in order to keep the interest flowing??

    I mean, what is going on in their brains at the same time they behave or react this way. Are they thinking - "I should really be responding more..." or "I hope I don't come across as uninteresting" are they worried about their opinions coming out? Or is it just that they don't see any value in expressing themselves.
    That is an introverted problem.

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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

    DANG!!! I knew corner chicken had some crazy things to say about ISTJs, but I didn't know it came from a place of hurt.
    You just lost all credibility. Gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica View Post
    I will respond to your question with a question: do people on this forum have no sense of humor?
    Classic backtrack. "omg! just kidding LuLz"
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Classic backtrack. "omg! just kidding LuLz"
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