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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    Young INTxs can do that, often to hide their own insecurity

    It's quite endearing really, once you crack their code...
    hehe, you're right, satine.

    my mom always reminds me that my brother may well be jealous of me. it's hard to even consider believing sometimes, but i think that on some level, i know that sometimes, it's true. it's just hard to hear that kind of open-fire criticism from someone whose opinion you value highly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    Young INTxs can do that, often to hide their own insecurity

    It's quite endearing really, once you crack their code...
    That's exactly it.

    And I'm thinking it's more INTJs. God love them...most of them. But you get a few you want to strangle.

    I am studying science though. Science is my primary focus next to English. I usually encounter these pricks in Math. and nooo thanks Physics.
    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?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkadelic View Post
    That's exactly it.

    And I'm thinking it's more INTJs. God love them...most of them. But you get a few you want to strangle.

    I am studying science though. Science is my primary focus next to English. I usually encounter these pricks in Math. and nooo thanks Physics.
    Just remember that INTx does not equate to "INTelligent."

    You have to give things a few years to mature. Eventually your "silliness" will be much more restrained (by your own choice!), and INTx's seriousness will not be anywhere nearly so serious, and there will be much more to be shared, overall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkadelic View Post
    That's exactly it.

    And I'm thinking it's more INTJs. God love them...most of them. But you get a few you want to strangle.

    I am studying science though. Science is my primary focus next to English. I usually encounter these pricks in Math. and nooo thanks Physics.
    I've had more than a few...

    I've rarely encountered this in math, btw, but yeah, steer clear of physics like the plague

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    Philosphy is that same place for INTPs I've found


    I personally like attempting a removal of that stick up their ass, but hey
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    all of this begs the question, in which academic discipline are the most annoying ENFPs found?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uumlau View Post
    Just remember that INTx does not equate to "INTelligent."

    You have to give things a few years to mature. Eventually your "silliness" will be much more restrained (by your own choice!), and INTx's seriousness will not be anywhere nearly so serious, and there will be much more to be shared, overall.
    truth be told, I am naturally (and secretly) attracted to INTJs more than any other type.
    they also have the power to piss me off the most.

    I bet I'll marry one someday..
    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?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    all of this begs the question, in which academic discipline are the most annoying ENFPs found?
    Probably something related to Montessori or right-brained education, like teaching "gifted" kids or some creative field of teaching; or child/adolescent psychology; or International Studies/foreign language/cultural studies.

    That's my guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    heh. i live with two INTPs - my dad and brother. they're goofy too, in their own way. my dad respects that i'm intelligent, but i get this sort of crap from my brother all the fucking time. he tells me i'm an idiot with astounding frequency (and he's being serious.) typically it's because i don't share his knowledge base about music theory or cars. once he told me that he respected me for my talents in "language arts" but not really for anything else. thanks, kiddo
    :ouch:
    Yeah, I get that a lot; it's really insulting, isn't it? I tried to articulate this feeling in the "Importance of Feeling" thread but some INTP got their panties in a bunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    all of this begs the question, in which academic discipline are the most annoying ENFPs found?
    Sweetheart, we're all over the place...quite literally

    Quote Originally Posted by Vamp View Post
    Yeah, I get that a lot; it's really insulting, isn't it? I tried to articulate this feeling in the "Importance of Feeling" thread but some INTP got their panties in a bunch.
    The young ones tend to instinctively avoid feelings as if it is icky, since they're so uncomfortable with it
    They come to appreciate it often though, over time, much like we after a while realize that logic isn't the devil just coz it's cold

    Add to that that a young ENFP can be quite an...emotional deathtrap, when they're overloading. They just cannot handle us at that point
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