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    veteran attention whore Jeffster's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    How many ES types do you expect to spend a good portion of their time on the internet?
    Tons! They're just not on personality type forums. But a ton of them use the internet all the time, especially now that everyone has it on their phones and or blackberries and stuff like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I'm pretty sure that the INFPs here have a knack for wanting to understand themselves, so that would explain it. INFPs in general probably want to understand themselves. Personality typing/psychology is an easy way of doing that.
    Very true... An INFP is on a lifelong search for the meaning of their life and understanding of who they are. MBTI has been EXTREMELY insightful for me in this respect.

    The anonymity of a forum also allows for more open expression amongst strangers as well as the time to find exactly the right words to express a thought. I know I'm much clearer and expressive in writing than I am in spontaneous conversation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I'm pretty sure that the INFPs here have a knack for wanting to understand themselves, sot hat would explain it. INFPs in general probably want to understand themselves. Personality typing/psychology is an easy way of doing that.
    Speak for yourself, the number of years since I discovered personality I still don't understand myself any better than the day I was plucked into the world, go figure.

    This self discovery binge is a load of plastered shenanigans thinly disguised as a social outlet for the intuitive sort and every sort that wants to learn about self discovery, though I tend to assume internet for introverte advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duchessoftheshadows View Post
    .... Woot
    Back at ya Unique on the awesomeness.
    I didn't know you were such a fan of us INFPs *is honored*
    istp - infp hug.

    I'm here as an INFP *for sure* cause unfortunately none of my friends or family love this kind of stuff.*
    Like theory stuff and the non hands on stuff.

    Love the metaphysical that engages my Ne I need it exercised or i'll be a sad and restless INFP bugging everyone by trying to recruit them into my Ne ness *usually at fail*.

    Need to discuss these wonderful things with others and hear i can and vice versa .
    So this is my saving grace and anyones close to me .
    I would imagine other INFP's get me right?
    oh my god, you're so ENFP it hurts

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    Maybe because you're in the "NF" forum? Just maybe
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    Quote Originally Posted by PotatoPeeler68 View Post
    Maybe because you're in the "NF" forum? Just maybe
    Nah, some are just mistyped ISFJs, the People's INFP.....
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    Because INFP's wanna take over this forum!
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    After INFP global chatter went down I think they immigrated here.

    On a side note - INFPs are easy to understand. I don't know why. They have no functions similar to mine. Perhaps they are simply better at writing things down.

    'All those years of awkward verbal miscommunication moments can be finally avenged by clearing writing things down' INFPs probably think.
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    Wow! I had no idea that we were the equivalent of the Patagonian Trout or Australian Rabbit.

    Perhaps an INFP-proof-fence?

    Definitely strict measures should be taken to avoid Behavioural Sink!

    It should not be difficult. We INFP's are highly sensitive, thin-skinned dreamers who will likely bolt at the simplest measures taken to eradicate us (or at least 'thin our numbers'). Get creative err'body










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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloudpatrol View Post
    Wow! I had no idea that we were the equivalent of the Patagonian Trout or Australian Rabbit.

    Perhaps an INFP-proof-fence?

    Definitely strict measures should be taken to avoid Behavioural Sink!
    Just build a Really Great Wall and make the Sensors pay for it.

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