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    INFJs have the ability to start sentences by stating what other INFJs do and then to talk about themselves.

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    The INFJ presents himself in a completly unique way in a thread where he actually took position concerning a topic.

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    a significant bee flies over a dead body looking on the world from a million perspectives, a gift mankind would go crazy with

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    4 so-called conformist INFJs rot together to beat out the shit of entropie, leaving him bleeding and beaten up, naked, in a corner of a back-alley, calling only the cops telling them he robbed them

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    I should start on day 1 again, cause those happenings tend to repeat itself here, with you so-called Humanitarians
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    ^ Entropie, you kill me. You've perfected the art of nonsensical, yet hilarious responses.

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    yaya "all my friends do it to, its hilarious"
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    INFJ or INFP? a closer look

    A good resource to investigate for your question ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curtis24 View Post
    The stereotype I've picked up is that INFJs tend to be intense and moody, INFPs are more dreamy and poetical. I know that's generalized, but is that accurate in your experience?
    I dunno about this. The "dreamy and poetical" thing is overplayed with most INFP profiles imo. You are just as likely to find depressed, bitter, melancholy and jaded INFPs as you are to find dreamy, poetical, seeing-the-world-through-rose-tinted glasses INFPs.

    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    infjs tend toward a general overuse of comas in their writing.
    Ha, I'm sorry but INFPs tend to do that too (though maybe we overuse parentheses to disguise this failing).


    While I appreciate Fidelia's vote of confidence, I think you should grill Toonia on this topic. She could probably point you to every resource on INFJ vs INFP in existence.

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    Actually dreamy and poetic vs. intense and moody doesn't really seem appropriate to me.

    I think an INFP is actually much more likely to tell someone to fuck off than an INFJ. I think INFPs are probably more rebellious and counter-culture and openly "weird", and INFJs more, like, politically correct grammar nazis who knit together at bitch 'n stitch circles once a week.

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    ^

    Determining if you use Fe (extroverted feeling) or Fi (introverted feeling) seems to be the easiest way to tell, IMO.
    Read more about the functions and take a cognitive function test, if you haven't yet.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
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    Determining if you use Fe (extroverted feeling) or Fi (introverted feeling) seems to be the easiest way to tell, IMO.
    Read more about the functions and take a cognitive function test, if you haven't yet.
    And after that ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    And after that ?
    Well, then he should have a better idea of what his type is, based on his functions and whether he sees himself using Fe or Fi. Did I spell it out for you?
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    perfectly, i am proud of you
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