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    Dreams are best served manifest and tangible.

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    I accept no responsibility, what so ever, for the fact that I exist; I do, however, accept full responsibility for what I do while I exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    any NF type except ENFJs.... they're fucking wackjobs, man.
    Just because I put you in a headlock, sold your Granny to nomads, burnt your house down, and ate your goldfish doesn't mean anything of the sort. Don't you know when a girl likes you??

    ISTJs have my number. I have to REALLY prove my value to them. I think they generally see me as useless, like a retarded animal. lol INTJs push me to do better and hit things objectively. Like my INTJ bff. He's kept me SO calm.

    As to natural "come and get me", it's ENTPs. I've traded paint with several over the years. I wish I knew ENTP girls IRL. Dun have any.

    The one male who drove me insane, the minute I came across the table after him, it was true love. Knocked him back against the wall. As a friend hauled me struggling backwards by the seat of my jeans, ENTP was glowing all over, talking dirty to me, excited and shaking all over. The beast. I could have made him happy, he knew it. I know you said no romantic dynamic, sorry.

    ISTPs motivate me to stay sane and focused. And to never feel helpless. They make me feel weirdly safe too. They don't blow up on me. And they aren't afraid of me. I could overthrow a country and surround myself with them and never shed another tear. I had a nemesis, an ISTP. VERY eerie. We were more than a little chained to each other.

    INTPs are always a surprise. I endeavor to match their precision and dry wit. One in my garage, he was SO competent. He had every inch of my respect and admiration. I felt like I was vibrating when he was around.
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    damn girl...i like the way you talk...haha
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    After thinking about this for awhile I have decided that I really don't know enough about all the different types to even discern which one I 'have a secret soft-spot for'. I guess some people probing is in order

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    i'd say it's a must...haha

    i know i don't either...i just went by the people i've been drawn to here because i don't know many other people's types.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Only people I have typed so far are my roommate and my best friend. Roommate being the INTJ and the friend being an ENTJ. I should probably get reading but after too much my brain just melts reading all of that pure theoretical stuff T.T

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpottingTrains View Post
    Only people I have typed so far are my roommate and my best friend. Roommate being the INTJ and the friend being an ENTJ. I should probably get reading but after too much my brain just melts reading all of that pure theoretical stuff T.T
    Hehe, give it a bit of time and you'll be hopelessly hooked. When I talk to this ENFJ I know, we have a crazed inability to NOT type everyone in sight.

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    Yeah, sadly I am already hooked haha, pretty much all I did today at class was attempt to type everyone, albeit poorly, it was fun nonetheless lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Just because I put you in a headlock, sold your Granny to nomads, burnt your house down, and ate your goldfish doesn't mean anything of the sort. Don't you know when a girl likes you??
    I'mma adding ENFJ - seeing as we obviously share a similar sense of humour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FantailedWall View Post
    Is there a type that - upon recognizing someone as such in the real world - causes you to be biased and make the extra effort not usually made to get to know them/recognize you?
    INTJs. I usually try to keep them at arms length.

    Is there a type that - upon posting in the forum with their type displayed - makes you feel all 'fuzzy' reading their posts (no matter how ridiculous), and it's hard to dissuade the notion that they're not necessarily AWESOME because they are this type?
    Who else? ENFPs!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Perhaps you have never even really encountered one in day-to-day life, merely like the image painted by this types MBTI description.
    No, they're mostly based upon personal experiences.

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