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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalWounds View Post
    Who is the moth and who is the flame?
    Why ofcourse the NF is the flame and NT the moth!

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    I've been attracted to NFs because I find the level of their emotional involvement in, well, everything to be very refreshing and amusing. NF Value systems are more simple and thusly more manageable. Maybe that's why Kierkegaard said that faith (F) is a higher form of knowledge than logic(T) =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    Why ofcourse the NF is the flame and NT the moth!
    Haha. I think it's case specific.
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    Ideally the moth is of the flaming, fire-breathing variety.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    I've been attracted to NFs because I find the level of their emotional involvement in, well, everything to be very refreshing and amusing.
    Condescending yet excusable.

    Quote Originally Posted by nozflubber View Post
    NF Value systems are more simple and thusly more manageable.
    Gah, I was about to get up all in your business about this when I suddenly realized that my *value system* is quite simple, interesting.
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    It's a good thing you had the revelation beforehand. You may have done something rash and irreversibly regrettable.

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    It would seem that the moth usually meets an unfortunate end in that scenario, yes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VeryCleverName View Post
    Haha. I think it's case specific.
    Indeed. So were you the moth or the flame? I was the flame.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ifoundnemo View Post
    Ideally the moth is of the flaming, fire-breathing variety.
    lol, I see you like your women the firey dragon types


    Quote Originally Posted by MetalWounds View Post
    It would seem that the moth usually meets an unfortunate end in that scenario, yes?
    Yes. Either the moth burns or the flame dies out. In rare cases the dance around the flame still goes on. Thats my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeryCleverName View Post
    Haha. I think it's case specific.
    In my experience, there's even a lot of switching back and forth. And sometimes it can be "A moth to a glowing ice cube" or "A moth to a blowtorch" too. Most of the time "Like a moth to a butterfly" would work better around here.
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    I had a crazy old neighbor a couple years back who set up "Tesla" poles to zap any and all moths, mosquitos, crickets, locusts (grasshoppers) and other insectual maladies that invaded his backyard.

    Wait...wasn't this conversation about the bizarre NF/NT convergence? I've seen like two INTJs so far in here...y'all are indeed rare. Luckily, one of my better (male unfortunately) friends is an INTJ so I have some idea of what you're like.

    I'm relatively new to MTBI, Kiersley, Myers and Briggs, but when I discovered the strange "convergence" I mentioned earlier, it hit me like a ton of bricks (or a tesla coil...but I'm a slightly bigger bug).

    It makes sense though.
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