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  • I'm NF and I think I'm MORE serious than my NT friends.

    14 19.18%
  • I'm NF and I think I'm LESS serious than my NT friends.

    16 21.92%
  • I'm NF and see no signficant difference.

    16 21.92%
  • I'm NT and I think I'm MORE serious than my NF friends.

    4 5.48%
  • I'm NT and I think I'm LESS serious than my NF friends.

    6 8.22%
  • I'm NT and see no signficant difference.

    10 13.70%
  • I'm SP and like playing video games.

    7 9.59%
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    Oh yeah magic, well that's just like your opinion man. (also joking)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    I'm reminded of something about Enneagram 4s. One book wrote everything as if it were said by the type in question (that kind of annoys me) and one of the 4's comments was: "Don't tell me I'm too sensitive or that I'm overreacting!". The exclamation point is there for irony.

    It seems to apply to a lot of NFs. Don't tell them that NFs are too serious, or they'll take the response very seriously.
    You might have a point, but again, it's a matter of different interests. I've known NT's getting equally serious and sensitive when you don't take them seriously on the topics they find important. The fact that you guys get 'annoyed' and we get 'emo' is the only diff, I'd say
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    I'm reminded of something about Enneagram 4s. One book wrote everything as if it were said by the type in question (that kind of annoys me) and one of the 4's comments was: "Don't tell me I'm too sensitive or that I'm overreacting!". The exclamation point is there for irony.

    It seems to apply to a lot of NFs. Don't tell them that NFs are too serious, or they'll take the response very seriously.
    i know! haha...i thought the same thing! just like i'm sensitive about being called sensitive...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    You might have a point, but again, it's a matter of different interests. I've known NT's getting equally serious and sensitive when you don't take them seriously on the topics they find important. The fact that you guys get 'annoyed' and we get 'emo' is the only diff, I'd say
    That's true. As humans we're all made up of the same stuff, it's more like we have a different layout for that stuff. You can still find all the same parts, if you know the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    Inb4 The Dark Knight joker picture.
    What?

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    inb4 - 1 definition - Used on internet forums to signal that you are In (in) a topic Before (b4) an overused saying or trend is mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    inb4 - 1 definition - Used on internet forums to signal that you are In (in) a topic Before (b4) an overused saying or trend is mentioned.
    You failed!

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    *looks at guffs avatar...*



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    Serious about what? Academia-no, spirituality/morality/etc.-yes, life in general-no significant difference.

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    Not screening for J/P? Are you serious? Yeah I said serious.

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