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    Default If MBTIcentral were a bad computer game forum

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    New thread: INFP looking for advice on ISTJ

    First post: Hello, I've been going out with my ISTJ boyfriend for several months, and we seem to get along well most of the time, but sometimes he can be quite insistent and angry about things being out of place. I'm not really sure how to explain these situations, and feel kind of confused, can does anyone have some advice.

    Post 2: I like ISTJ's, quite dependable

    Post 3: Ur a real noob, ISTJ's are easy.

    Post 4: ISTJ's are quite easy, just simply use a PCD and zip them a few times, than when they PoGD, you can use your arges, and generally they give up at that point.

    Post 5: Ur an idiot, learn 2 use PCD, noob

    Post 6; It's true actually, ISTJ's will usually try to PoGD in these types of relationships, it can be hard to handle sometimes with their organizational skills, but iyou at least know what your dealing with.

    Post 7: It depends what you are trying to do, if you're trying to win against an ISTJ, the strategy above works well. If you just want to avoid the ISTJ problems, using a good memory and a Zbed rush usually works quite well.

    Post 8: No offense, but the first poster is a noob. ISTJ's are easy, ETJ's are the tough ones.

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    This was just a random brain fart if anyone is wondering. I was just looking at some bad computer game comments along the lines described above, and it somehow popped in my head to wonder what other types of forums would be like if done in that style.

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    I thought that was kind of funny, actually. But the thing is, types do display certain tendencies, and those tendencies can help us find strategies that generally work well when dealing with them. But I can see how it might look odd to an outside reader that way.

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    I will see you and raise you one inside joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    I will see you and raise you one inside joke.


    I thought that was kind of funny, actually. But the thing is, types do display certain tendencies, and those tendencies can help us find strategies that generally work well when dealing with them. But I can see how it might look odd to an outside reader that way.
    That was probably how the back of my mind picked out the type of question that would start the whole thing out.

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