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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    I'll leave the evasive sugar-coating to the FPs.
    Ha ha ha!


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    ive drawn in the two infjs i know. the female as a good friend and the male as a potential/interest.
    really, i think they're pretty amazing. i admire their depth and integrity.
    i know the female better and we have a really good connection. once we went about a year without talking then met up again at a party and stayed together the whole time. i met her amongst a group of other NFs and slowly we gravitated towards each other.
    The male just sort of picked me from a distance and when we do talk i usually get him smiling and laughing. i hope infj men resist pressures to change who they are.

    so.. intp...? (you poor sods)

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    whats up with the mis-match of the poll and thread title? couldn't be bothered starting two threads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    whats up with the mis-match of the poll and thread title? couldn't be bothered starting two threads?
    Yeah what's up with that??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    ENTPs are undeniably charming in the quirkiest ways.
    They're a little overwhelming for me as a whole, though, and I'm pretty sure I'm far too closed off for them.

    I'll add to that by saying I have a terrible bias [or preference?] toward NTs in general. I feel like they offer a balance. They just make sense. And they make me laugh. Most of my close friends IRL are NTs. They aren't extremely affectionate people, which I'm actually more comfortable with. But they're honest. I can always count on them to be upfront about their ideas and opinions. I'll leave the evasive sugar-coating to the FPs.
    I think for one thing you're still a little young. I don't know how many relationships you've been in, but in my recent experience it can be a wonderful connection. We're also not as overwhelming when you get to know us. Most of our attitude is bluster. At least for me it is.

    I think it's likely that many NT's give people the space to be who they are. I know that I am very accepting and want everyone to be who they are as long as they are virtuous and strong.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    want everyone to be who they are as long as they are virtuous and strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    That's not inconsistent to me. Everyone has this ability, even if latent.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I think for one thing you're still a little young. I don't know how many relationships you've been in, but in my recent experience it can be a wonderful connection. We're also not as overwhelming when you get to know us. Most of our attitude is bluster. At least for me it is.

    I think it's likely that many NT's give people the space to be who they are. I know that I am very accepting and want everyone to be who they are as long as they are virtuous and strong.
    I think that's very true. Virtuous, for me, could be replaced with "ethical" - but to me, they are one in the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    That's not inconsistent to me. Everyone has this ability, even if latent.
    Oh I'm not saying it is. I just thought it was a funny thing to say. But "being who you are" is kinda tricky a concept. Actually, it's what fascinates me about MBTI when considering cognition VS behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I think that's very true. Virtuous, for me, could be replaced with "ethical" - but to me, they are one in the same.
    Virtue to me implies a moral dimension that is not captured by ethics.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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