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    Strangely enough, the longer I'm here the more I actually have noticed that xNTJs annoy me less on certain topics than xNTPs.

    I'm kind of entertained by ENTPs, though, I'm not going to lie. I also usually get along with INFJs...so....I don't know how deep the basis is for this theory, but yeah I've felt it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justxher View Post
    Haven't seen it on the forum but definitely in real life. Fe/Ti people are just weird!
    You know they say the same about us.


    Those Fi/Te skanks punks can kiss my ass eat my grits! :1up:


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    On a serious note, I don't think there's any clear divide amongst types. There are stereotypes that tend to manifest about certain types, sure, but that's to be expected with a tool like MBTI. I don't feel any sort of conspiracy occurring here, though.

    However, if, by chance, there were a FP/TJ and TP/FJ division, it would make sense in regard to how our functions are arranged: Fe users would tend to see things similarly in the same way that Fi users would tend to see things similarly.

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    Everyone is weird. It's the people who say they are normal that are the real sickos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    On a serious note, I don't think there's any clear divide amongst types. There are stereotypes that tend to manifest about certain types, sure, but that's to be expected with a tool like MBTI. I don't feel any sort of conspiracy occurring here, though.
    Oh, no conspiracy (hinting at pre-meditation), but just the nature of social dynamics......groupings inevitably happen. It does in highschool, in the playground, and if we look closely enough, beyond just belonging to 1 of the 16 types, there's trends in interactions going on here...nuanced as they be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Everyone is weird. It's the people who say they are normal that are the real sickos.
    I know you are but what am I?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Everyone is weird. It's the people who say they are normal that are the real sickos.
    You normal?

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    The types I have the hardest time understanding are xNFPs, the shared Ne gives similarities, especially if we start screwing around and fluffing up threads, but the Fi/Te combo is tough for me to understand, there are NFPs on the board that I think are pure awesomeness so it's not a matter of dislike.

    Seems like xNFPs can get offended when I mean no offence and becomes defensive when I want openness, on the other side I prolly get annoyed when they mean no offence and become defensive when they mean no harm, iunno. Just have a hard time understanding Fi/Te in xNFPs so I'm often guarded until I get to know how far I can go without offending, in rl not just the forums. It's been said before that the combination can appear presumptuous, that's the way it can appear to me.

    I don't have this same feeling with xNTJs, partly because I find they don't get offended, at least not to the point that they'll let you know, that and I've spent a fair amount of time on INTJf and have an ENTJ bro which has helped give me a better understanding of the expected reactions, and even genuine insight as to why they react the way they do in some areas.

    Don't see it creating a divide though.

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    Ladies...I am weirder than a six-headed cat.

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    There is nothing weird about a 6 headed cat.

    *Pets 6-headed Fluffy*

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Strangely enough, the longer I'm here the more I actually have noticed that xNTJs annoy me less on certain topics than xNTPs.
    Strangely enough, since you changed your avatar, I feel like I want you to post more.
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