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    Thinkers are a-okay in my book.

    Thankfully, I know a few who view my frivolity (YES I AM FRIVOLOUS, IS IT SO WRONG?) as something entertaining (I don't mind being a clown.) instead of treating it like I have some head disease. (which I may have anyway!)

    That being said, it can be pretty hard to explain to them why people act a certain way because simply they won't get it. Which is a lil frustrating. Sometimes, rationale just won't work that way cos the way humans act just aren't rational. Sometimes, I wish some of the stubborn ones would at least be open to accept different forms of understanding, but what the hey, if they don't want to, noone can force them!

    One thing about thinkers: I rarely share feelings with them IRL. Some of them apparently find this frustrating.

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    As an ENFJ that frequently makes decisions with very little forethought, T's opinions on my actions are invaluable. I can appreciate almost any T unless they are too extreme. I once had an extreme T friend who responded to my emotions with: "I don't even know how to respond to this." It was bizarre and hurt my feelings at the time, but it makes me laugh now. Silly T's...

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    they fascinate me. Or really irritate me. Tends to be one or the other.
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    Thinkers are so much easier to be around and talk to than feelers imo. Thinkers usually just say whatever is, and you don't have to wonder rather or not there is something behind it all that they aren't disclosing.

    Cheers to thinkers.

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    I like thinkers. I'm attracted to men who are thinkers.

    Some of them get the hell on my nerves, though, because they get locked into rational mode.

    I like individuals, you know, whether they're thinkers or feelers. It's really about who the person is as an individual.

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    We are all people.
    The preference of function does not affect who I like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow1969 View Post
    As an ENFJ that frequently makes decisions with very little forethought, T's opinions on my actions are invaluable. I can appreciate almost any T unless they are too extreme. I once had an extreme T friend who responded to my emotions with: "I don't even know how to respond to this." It was bizarre and hurt my feelings at the time, but it makes me laugh now. Silly T's...
    Wow, thats much nicer than the "your feelings are wrong" or the "your feelings are stupid" or the "your so stupid" that I've overheard before...

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    Witty, smart, arrogant, think they are always right, focused and insensitive bastards.
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    When I was at my psychologically unhealthiest, I was acting in some ways T-like. I think it was due to having an unfit Fi -- sort of like if someone were born with great bodybuilding potential, except for being in too much pain to ever lift anything heavier than a pencil -- so my Te had to pick up a lot of slack. It wasn't actually the same as being a T, but still, certain T-ish quirks tend to bring back painful memories of how I used to be.
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