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    Default All INFJs Own Iguanas

    It is clear that INFJs are naturally and genetically inclined to familiarize with their reptilian brethren. Because of their strong preference for Ni, they tend to interpret the rough, scaly exterior of a lizard as something completely irrelevant. Furthermore, their Fe enforces their convictions to follow the Code of the Lizard. Observe.


    The lizard man is renowned for his individuality and his love for Japanese culture. Therefore, he must be an INFJ.



    This Galapagos Iguana is also an INFJ. Observe his erect disposition and impassive expression.

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    We were at a balloon festival with my INFJ friend when I asked what his avatar would be if he could pick any animal, and he totally said iguana.
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    I usually prefer mammals - specifically wolves.

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    Its true.

    All the creepy dudes I knew into reptiles..............INFJ.

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    I'm a creepy dude who likes reptiles, but I'm an INTP. I don't actually own any reptiles, but believe me, I considered it.

    I think I'll get a Meyer's Parrot when I get older. They're a bit smaller and not as loud as many other parrots, but quite smart and interestingly colored.
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    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBnflnDArlk"]INFJ[/YOUTUBE]

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    Here's a picture of their socially adept ENFJ brethren...



    ... They have the ability to shapeshift.

    Lizardry is definitely an NFJ trait though.

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    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTItRfN-LO8"]Godzilla INFJ[/YOUTUBE]

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    Yup, yup, yup. I've got an iguana for a pet. But I make her wear a cat suit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    I usually prefer mammals - specifically wolves.
    If you do not own this shirt, you do not love wolves!

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