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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    People more often times than not really annoy me. Is how you feel?
    Well, most people. There are some that I really like.
    By jaded do you mean I am lazy in my posting responses? If so that would be because I am usually running out (errands and such) and honestly am too busy to spend too much time on here and/or I don't care.
    Oh, not at all. I meant that you seem somewhat less grudgingly tolerant and accepting of the way everything is than I am, even though you don't like it or think it's harmful in the long run. "Jaded" by INFJ standards is very different than what it would normally mean.
    Indulgent? Not sure what you mean there. Other than sure I think we share certain attitude about some things.
    Actually, neither am I. You just seem a bit more likely to give in your first impulse about something rather than overanalyze things like I tend to do at times. This makes you seem indulgent to me. Probably more a reflection of me tending to be too pedantic and uptight than you really being indulgent, although technically it could mean that you are indulgent relative to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    If I interpret correctly, this image indictates the idiom "two peas in a pod," which implies two people are very similar to one another in disposition. However, it is not clear to which two people you refer.

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    I think I just participate in different threads than you, because I never see you posting in the threads I post in, and at least since I've joined, I haven't noticed you posting in the NF forum - at least nothing really substantial where I get to feel like I 'know' you. So I have no idea whether I can relate/identify with you! (Do you even want to be associated with INF's? ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    If I interpret correctly, this image indictates the idiom "two peas in a pod," which implies two people are very similar to one another in disposition. However, it is not clear to which two people you refer.
    I think she meant these two:

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    ^How old are you?

    At least as old as me. ;P
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    Maybe I do. But then, I know no one who relates to me, so possibly not.

    Who are you?

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    Identify meaning what?

    I can understand the motivation behind all your actions. I get you 100%, or at least, I can say I've never not understood where you were coming from. That doesn't mean I agree with everything you say or would want to be like you in every way. You seem to kinda float in between this super-extroverted needy, scattered person (that I get annoyed by) and a more reflective, cynical, caustic character (that I align with much more).

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    You were very concerned about Pink and tried your best to help her. You have an FJ heart that resonates with me. You also adore Cafe. I can relate to you in those ways as well as some others that would be hard to put into words.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    Identify meaning what?

    I can understand the motivation behind all your actions. I get you 100%, or at least, I can say I've never not understood where you were coming from. That doesn't mean I agree with everything you say or would want to be like you in every way. You seem to kinda float in between this super-extroverted needy, scattered person (that I get annoyed by) and a more reflective, cynical, caustic character (that I align with much more).
    Based on your assessment of me, I'd say your intuition isn't working very well. Your responses lead me to believe that you're easily annoyed and I've witnessed you react irrationally at times which is why I am not so sure you're an archetypal INTP. Bear in mind it would be impossible to accurately analyze you based on your typed words.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jae Rae View Post
    You were very concerned about Pink and tried your best to help her. You have an FJ heart that resonates with me. You also adore Cafe. I can relate to you in those ways as well as some others thatwould be hard to put into words.
    Thanks
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