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    All the NF's I know are super hard on themselves (including me). I wish we could be happy and content with ourselves for once!!!

    Flakiness. Even the NFJ's that I know, because they tend to spread themselves too thin.

    NF's who are too serious, and take everything seriously can be pretty scary.

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    Default Some unattractive traits of different types of NFs

    These don't apply to all NFs.

    Some unattractive traits of different types of NFs:
    Trying too hard to please, being too indecisive, conflict avoidance that can turn into unexpressed resentment, attention whoring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    A reason I harbor: being able to rationalize every action brought on by their feelings, no matter how bad the action was.
    Yes, which is often accompanied by an inability to be honest about the emotional motivations of said actions. Suddenly, the NF becomes the coldest, most logical creature that ever existed, with their actions being perfectly justified.

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    I cannot...let...go...for the life of me!
    Put my puppy in a paper bag and light him on fire? Sounds like you were having aterrible day. I had a bad day once, and I only gave the homeless guy under the bridge a dollar instead of my usual ten, so I can totally relate, and you probably did me a favor because I'm really a terrible dog owner, so will you forgive and be my friend again?

    Of course, puppy sadist will forget to wipe his feet at the door a week later, and I'll eat his soul, anyway.

    Volatility. That's another one.

    And the crash that comes after realizing that the person you've elevated isn't nearly as wonderful as you previously thought. Or they are, but the glaring intensity of the realized faults is just too much to see the good anymore. And then the guilt associated with focusing on the negative...good fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFlame View Post
    I cannot...let...go...for the life of me!
    Put my puppy in a paper bag and light him on fire? Sounds like you were having aterrible day. I had a bad day once, and I only gave the homeless guy under the bridge a dollar instead of my usual ten, so I can totally relate, and you probably did me a favor because I'm really a terrible dog owner, so will you forgive and be my friend again?

    Of course, puppy sadist will forget to wipe his feet at the door a week later, and I'll eat his soul, anyway.

    Volatility. That's another one.

    And the crash that comes after realizing that the person you've elevated isn't nearly as wonderful as you previously thought. Or they are, but the glaring intensity of the realized faults is just too much to see the good anymore. And then the guilt associated with focusing on the negative...good fun.
    i also dislike that in NFs. Thanks for being honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFlame View Post
    I had a bad day once, and I only gave the homeless guy under the bridge a dollar instead of my usual ten, so I can totally relate,
    Yeah u guys would rather give a guy 10 dollars than become filthy rich and give it back to society in the form of abusive tax rates.
    That's just so selfish

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    I guess now I'll point out some flaws about me, pick out ones that are found in a lot of NFs and/or are most bothersome:

    - laziness
    - wishy washy
    - don't take things srsly enough for most folks
    - forgetful
    - half-asser (goes with laziness)
    - quickly get excited about something and then just as quickly lose interest and go onto another something and repeat process over and over forever and ever and ever
    - laziness
    - fuzzy life goals
    - go off topic too much
    - high power level, don't use it because of laziness
    - annoyed by most children, even though I'd like to have as much responsibility as them, ideally.

    I don't think this relates to NFs much at all come to think of it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adoamros View Post
    I guess now I'll point out some flaws about me, pick out ones that are found in a lot of NFs and/or are most bothersome:

    - laziness
    ....
    - half-asser (goes with laziness)
    ...
    - laziness
    ...
    - high power level, don't use it because of lazinessly
    ...
    Hah, wow...you must be feeling really, really lazy today.

    Yeah u guys would rather give a guy 10 dollars than become filthy rich and give it back to society in the form of abusive tax rates.
    That's just so selfish
    Actually, I prefer to be filthy rich, rape the masses with only mildly offensive tax rates, and then dip into my billion dollar bonuses to give the the homeless guy ten bucks to cleanse my soul. Or at least have that option before my conscience kicks in and ruins my fun! If wishes were fishes....


    *covers blue in blame*
    *congratulates himself for that terrible pun
    As well you should. Very....punny

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    Nothing I can't live with. Quite a small thing.

    But I'd say I dislike the reverse irony I often note in NF's. Ie. they project their opinion onto the opinion of NT's, challenging certain peoples opinions with arguements that in turn would be just as effective to undermine their own opinion in the first place.

    Example, even though we don't always disclaimer all our thoughts and opinions. We do know that, especially on the abundant subjective issues, our opinions, although true for us, are not absolute. But then when the NF argues on that to us, as if we have said our opinion as absolute, because we forgot to mention our disclaimer to cover for all misinterpretations. It comes across to us as the NF's feeling that their opinion is actually the absolute view. And although their arguements may be sound, where they come from is not always sound. Reverse irony!

    But I let it slide because they usually don't even realise it themselves and have no ill intentions, and it's often not even about important subjects in the first place. And I'm pretty used to being misunderstood, so that's no new thing either.

    Apart from that, I seem to get along with NF's pretty well. Live and let live and all that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFlame View Post
    Or at least have that option before my conscience kicks in and ruins my fun! If wishes were fishes....
    You mean consciousness is when my stomac makes noises?
    I think i feel bad about not eating that burger
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