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    Sure sounds like a living hell working on Twix bars packets!

    Yes, it's really funny to see their reaction (as much as it's funny for them to see how unpractical we are). I can imagine the ESTJ's going then "Yeah, well, I see what you mean but I don't agree and still hold my opinion."

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    I like how they respond to half a page of reasoning with one sentence that they think totally debunks everything you just said, and you're like "omg, WHY CANT YOU SEE IT?.

    But what you say about beeing impractical is probably true, though I usually get practical stuff right after the first try that usually ends something like this :

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    Just a week ago I was mounting a new fancy lamp I bought. One of the lamp's "arms" wasn't exactly oriented to my liking. So I decide to gently try to twist the arm. Then I'm pondering about how these kind of lamps have invaded the market... *snatch* shit I broke the arm!!! There goes my money down the drain :steam: Damn N...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    ENTJ: OK! Let's go get some food
    INTJ: No.
    ENTJ: Just move damnit!
    INTJ: No.
    ENTJ: We need to!
    INTJ: Define "need"
    ENTJ: Quit fucking around and move!
    INTJ: I'm doing it on my own
    ENTJ: But this is a desert island, and humans are social animals, we have to stick together!
    INTJ: [doesn't answer]
    ENTJ: Oh come on man! Move or I'll kick your butt!
    INTJ: I don't care
    ENTJ: Do it!!
    INTJ: Or else? I'm the only person here and you're an E
    ENTJ:
    Excellent....I had almost this exact conversation with an INTJ once (up to the social stuff).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    E: a) Locked up in a room with white walls, no noise and absolutely no stimuli,
    I'm pretty sure no one likes that. That's why nobody wants to go to prison. Both introverts and extroverts need stimuli, introverts just need less.

    I: a) Being in an auditorium of 500 people, lights turned off, and then having a small light cast on them,
    This one wouldn't be a problem for every introvert.
    This would: Having to give a speech on something you only know/care a little about in an auditorium of 500 people, brightest possible lights turned on, EVERYONE is talking, laughing, doing the crossword puzzle, throwing spitballs, so you have to compete for the attention of 500 people. Also, the reception of your speech by these people will determine the entire course of your future.
    I don't wanna!

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    I'm pretty sure no one likes that. That's why nobody wants to go to prison. Both introverts and extroverts need stimuli, introverts just need less.
    I'd argued that prison is much better. Most prisons are full of various stimuli... There's always some noise around, a magazine somewhere, some music you can listen to, and in some a personal TV.

    This would: Having to give a speech on something you only know/care a little about in an auditorium of 500 people, brightest possible lights turned on, EVERYONE is talking, laughing, doing the crossword puzzle, throwing spitballs, so you have to compete for the attention of 500 people. Also, the reception of your speech by these people will determine the entire course of your future.
    Yes, but that would be annoying for anyone considering the stakes.

    Though, if it wasn't for the stakes, it wouldn't bother me.

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    Me in a room with an ISTJ. For some reason, ESFJs and ESTJs can ignore me, but I drive ISTJs fucking nuts.

    Why? I'm smart. They're smart. But I drive them nuts with how "out of it" I seem to be, and how undriven I am to actually apply it. Also, I'm pretty much oblivious to subtle barbs, and probably won't recognize them as an authority on much of anything, so on top of being an incomprehensible ditz, I'm an incomprehensible ditz who ignores them.
    Let's do this thing.

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    I find ISTJs very soothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    I find ISTJs very soothing.
    Good. Someone needs to, because I sure don't.

    (Then again, I drive them nutty. Sometimes on purpose.)
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