SRSLY? I totally thought those were the NFJswith their clearly objective definitions of how to treat people ethically.
INTP and INFJ liberals do that too, I even know some SPs who have that "MY GOD, do they even LET people like you INTO this country??" response to scary conservatives, so again, eh...not so much an NFP thing.Etiquette as defined by external societal standards may be an Fe thing, but Fi's ethics covers every area of life. Fi users won't complain that your etiquette is poor; they'll just subtly imply that you're an ignorant neanderthal. Sometimes when talking to NF liberals, for instance, there's this kind of, "My GOD, do they even LET people like you INTO this country??" undertone any time anyone expresses any conservative viewpoint, but never overtly enough that they can't get out of it when they want to. I've even had INFP friends explain to me precisely how this technique works, so even if you don't use it personally, it's still widespread.
I'm an ENF and I exaggerate. My ESFP mother does it too, and much more profusely than I, to everyone's chagrin.Come to think of it, you're right that INTs don't really do this exaggeration thing--I've come to the conclusion it must be mainly an ENT thing.
And then--oops, before we know it we've called you a stupid cunt.
You know Simulated, I really think you ARE and ESFP. Stop denying it.