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    I would think Introverted Intuition would be extremely sarcastic. I use it pretty often.

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    I use it quite a bit, actually.

    I didn't know this but apparently your body is in the sympathetic nervous reaction every time you are being sarcastic (meaning you are stressed).

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    I'm very sarcastic - it drives people crazy.
    Quote Originally Posted by Argus2968 View Post
    S's and N's view sarcasm VERY differently.

    If anyone agrees they can expand on that idea.
    Interesting thought.

    If I had to make a distinction between N and S sarcasm I would say:

    - Ns love the ironic sort - which is more to do with observation, individual wit and cleverness. NTs particularly seem to like very dry, witty, (sometimes caustic) irony
    - S sarcasm seems to be based on interplay and mutual understanding (eg. "No, really? I never knew that.) And perhaps you might say it is more good-natured.

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    The most sarcastic friend I have is an ISTJ female.

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    I'm pretty acerbic and sarcastic (even caustic) by nature, although generally it's in good humor (although sometimes people don't realize this).
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    I love sarcasm mostly as a tool for mocking someone's ignorance.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
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    + INTJ. that's what I have noticed so far.

    I hear that INFJs are bloody sarcastic. but never really known anyone of them that much to agree.

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    I'm extremely sarcastic... inside my head. It actually gives me goosepumps when I can let all perverse stuff out in somebody's company who I know will not be offended by it. Psychos, all of us I bet - just nobody knows.

    INTJ/Ps seem to be very openly sarcastic folk that I've noticed

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    INTJ

    It's 95% of their entire humor repertoire!

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