I think that too many of the people in the "what's my type?" threads get typed as NFs, especially INFP.
I'm actually not surprised to see some so-called INFPs backtracking and considering another type later on. I think they weren't INFP to begin with. People toss that tag on any quiet person who likes to read sometimes and isn't sure about their type.
That's because NFs in general, INFPs in particular, are the only ones interested in understanding themselves. Also they are the only ones who possess an interior world or fantasize. Duh.
I hope we all destroy each other with nuclear weapons sooner rather than later.
Oh, HECK yeah, let's get that shizzle started. Any bets on which island survives longest? I'm thinking nobody'll bother bombing Antarctica, and it will take a long time for the radiation to reach there, so I might just go buy me a snowboard and head South.
It's weird...it's like we try as hard as we can to find ourselves and we look and look all of the time to try to find this "true self"...but are usually content with our individuality. It's highly contradictory, I guess us xNFPs are just muy loco.
I love you guys...
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?