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    Sugar Hiccup OrangeAppled's Avatar
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    Rather than say most INFPs are immature, I'd say that the stereotypes are associated with mostly immature qualities, and so those immature individuals get typed as INFP more often or more easily than mature INFPs.
    (However, I think I'm pretty clearly INFP )

    I also think a lot of people mistype other types as INFP....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky View Post
    I'm not a fan of the clingy. It's gotten me in trouble before, because in one relationship when I was younger, I actually assumed on occasion that the man was kidding when he would say stuff like "why didn't you call me yesterday? I was waiting for you to call!" I would laugh, and say, "Yeah, right, ha ha, you were waiting by the phone for me." He would then assume the visage of a kicked puppy, and I would STILL laugh, because I still thought he was teasing. He must have thought I was one stone cold bitch.
    A frustrating observation I've noticed with many xNFPs is that the more independent you are, the more the NFP will cling to you. The more dependent you become, the more they want freedom.

    In general, I do not consider INFPs to be clingy at all. Why waste my time begging for your attention when I can just entertain myself with my own thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    In real life, mature male INFPs are probably rarely typed as male INFPs.

    Not that I'm mature by any means, but I'd find it very unlikely that someone that knew me in real life would type me as INFP. The forum gets to see a side of me that people in real life rarely do. (Lucky you. )
    INFPs are evidently typically not very WYSIWYG. Most INFPs won't appear IRL the same is what one would experience of us, online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    In general, I do not consider INFPs to be clingy at all. Why waste my time begging for your attention when I can just entertain myself with my own thoughts?


    My real world feedback is that I ignore people too much. I plead guilty to being the INFP who forgets to call and disappears for weeks on end, not one who clings.
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    My INTJ friend has hugged me twice in the last two days, should I be worried?
    Come along Fool
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liminality View Post
    My INTJ friend has hugged me twice in the last two days, should I be worried?
    Yes. Is someone dying? The last time I hugged a friend like that, it was because my grandma was dying.
    Personally, *I* think I'm hysterically funny.

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    It is indicative of a strong emotion such as endearment, sadness, love, or a need for physical affection. Fit it into the context of the hug

    Also tends to mean trust, no matter what context. Appreciate it, s/he just gave you the greatest compliment as an INTJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky View Post
    Yes. Is someone dying? The last time I hugged a friend like that, it was because my grandma was dying.
    ...I really need to stop making jokes when I'm tired...All sense gets lost sight of...

    Maybe they're filled with early Christmas spirit?

    Edit: Yup, I'm going with the Christmas spirit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liminality View Post
    ...I really need to stop making jokes when I'm tired...All sense gets lost sight of...

    Maybe they're filled with early Christmas spirit?

    Edit: Yup, I'm going with the Christmas spirit.
    You were joking?

    Sorry. I thought you were serious. You don't have an INTJ friend who hugged you?
    Personally, *I* think I'm hysterically funny.

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    Senior Member Liminality's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky View Post
    You were joking?

    Sorry. I thought you were serious. You don't have an INTJ friend who hugged you?
    I was serious about the part where they hugged me, joking about the 'should I be worried' bit.
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