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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    lol getting upset at having your individuality insulted, how stereotypically NF
    See post #6

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    I'm an ENFP and I like to raise hell for the hell of hell-raising. I'm totally not nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nillerz View Post
    I'm an ENFP and I like to raise hell for the hell of hell-raising. I'm totally not nice.
    Yeah! That's perfectly what I'm trying to get a cross. You're using your ENFP personality traits to manifest these actions against authority and order, but you're performing uncharacteristically of an NF by doing so.

    Thank you, I like to raise hell, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    See post #6
    Fair. I tend to think INFJs understand the NT viewpoint better than any other NF type, or any other non-NT type in general for that matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    lol getting upset at having your individuality insulted, how stereotypically NF



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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Why does everyone stereotype NFs as being peaceful, nature loving, happy, cuddly little souls?

    Stop stereotyping NFs, everybody! It's about individual and less about 'oh, he's this type so he must be like this, or he must have a job in this'. No, that's all wrong and you're assuming so much it just makes you look arrogant.

    But please, can we try not to stereotype other types often as we do, and relax and realize it's more about the individual and that we're all insane?
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    Ironic, much? Seriously? You log onto a board that is designed to talk about differences in types and then complain about stereotypes? When the whole thing is designed to help figure out differences among the types?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I think it's a little silly that you're so offended by this. People only stereotype like that as a joke. The whole system is a bit of a joke, honestly... no one really expects it to apply perfectly to individuals. We're usually discussing archetypes, not people. The whole point of type is to choose which caricature you're more comfortable being associated with, not to accurately convey individual traits. That comes through in other ways.

    For instance, if someone says, "INFJs are martyrs," that doesn't automatically translate to "Athenian200 is a martyr," in my mind. You can say something about an archetype without discussing individuals that happen to identify themselves with a particular type.

    It shouldn't be necessary to qualify every quip about NTs lacking emotional awareness with a disclaimer that some NTs have a capacity for sensitivity and compassion, in other words. But with all these people getting mad about every little stereotype and taking it personally, I guess I'll have to put disclaimers on EVERYTHING. *sigh*
    Quoted because obviously in the NFs blind passion they must have missed it.

    You guys clearly need to develop thicker skin if harmless teasing is getting your knickers in a twist. I mean, welcome to the internet?
    Um, yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    yeah, I think that stereotype about NFs is started by NTs who just mostly despise F, so we are like weaker version of them. At least it looks to me like that.
    No NT despises NFs. They don't do emotions/feelings remember?

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    It's too late. All my feelings are hurt now. ALL OF THEM!

    I have no choice but to begin a series of deadjournal posts about those mean people on the internet.

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    Even though I am a perky and happy person, I only am perky and happy because it pisses people off.

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