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    Default Just how dangerous is an INFP scorned?

    I see people here say that INFP's are like cuddley little bunnys until you cross them wrong. So just how dangerous is an INFP pushed to their breaking point?

    I think I know my answer from personal experience, though it is a bit disconcerning.

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    Well, consider for a moment that Fi is the most intense feeling function, that that is their dominant function, and that they tend to build a dam to secure that lake of intense emotions in order to engage the outside world. Now, imagine that dam exploding....right on top of you.
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    WHOOOOOOSH!!!!!!!


    You: "Arrrrrrrrghhhhhhhhhhhblupppppbluppblupp...... " as you drown.
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    LOL, LL

    ..and depending on the emotion in the lake, you'll be drowning in acid, quicksand, jello, boiling lava, massage oil, jacuzzi-style, ...you catch my drift, I'm sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Well, consider for a moment that Fi is the most intense feeling function, that that is their dominant function, and that they tend to build a dam to secure that lake of intense emotions in order to engage the outside world. Now, imagine that dam exploding....right on top of you.
    Or the total reverse of that, the entire lake just totally freezes and there is nothing you can do to melt it at all.

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    I dunno about you guys but that happens with me only after the drowning of the victim hasn't taught them anything yet. When pouring out my heart doesn't make them realize that something is very very wrong, I at some point stop trying to communicate...and then the Ice Queen in me comes out. And then I'm done investing anything in you...at all.
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    *shivers*
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    *is scared now*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid Swordz View Post
    I see people here say that INFP's are like cuddley little bunnys until you cross them wrong. So just how dangerous is an INFP pushed to their breaking point?

    I think I know my answer from personal experience, though it is a bit disconcerning.
    Despite being an INFP myself (probably), I don't relate much to the "cuddly bunny" thing. I'm usually a kind person, but in a somewhat formal, noncommittal way.
    When someone really hurts me, the first thing I absolutely need to do is to get away. I'm not particularly inclined to show it.
    There have probably been some points where I reached my "breaking point" and couldn't get away, and I guess that I became really mad, but I don't think that I'm still below average in that regard.

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