Hi, I often type as a infp but when i check the descriptions I get the sense of infp's being these sensitive, magical unicorns. The sort of people that innuendos pass over and live to serve others. In basic functions, I am an into but in the descriptions, I'm not. I am quiet and fantasy loving (once I read a book I live in that world to the point where it has probably affected my real life....oops :/) but am also very sarcastic and incredibly dark humoured. I could be intp because I'm not completely sure how to type myself on the T/F function. Inside I am supersensitive, criticism does get me down and I am prone to episodes of the blues. On the outside however, I am cold and aloof (recently starting college I was told by a friend that there were loads of guys interested in me but they were all to scared of my demeanour to approach me, which I have to say made me feel like a pretty great and powerful woman!). I don't know what I want to do with my life career wise (or any wise for that matter) and m currently studying maths, Chen, bio and art. I like maths because the lessons are über laid back and we get cake every week but have quite possibly the worlds biggest maths impairment (I can't even use a calculator!). Chem and bio are...meh. I'm good at chemistry and have a good memory so I do well which makes me enjoy it a little more and bio ...nahh. As for art, I have a similar issue now as I did with English lit last year, in that I enjoy the subject and would do it in my spare time but I HATE being told what to do, when to do it and being made to make things personal when I'd rather keep all that crazy to myself. Despite this English and art are my two best subjects (I'm not braggin' (totally am because I'm damn proud of myself!) But I got an A in a closed text exam for which I hadn't finished reading the poems or book nor had I done contextual/ critical studies so I made the whole thing up!). Anyway, back to the point which may or may not have been lost by now, what I want out of life is to be allowed to complete my quest of self discovery (school needs to get off my back with university, university, university and I'm aware of how rriduculous that phrasing sounds but until I know who I am and what I really want in life, how can I know what Im meant to do?!), freedom and individuality (not to big on responsibility though...) And a feeling of acceptance and belonging somewhere. So despite my initial impressions of this type, do you think I am an infp? Or something else?