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    Quote Originally Posted by pockets View Post
    When I first got to know him though, I did feel as though I was being screened, and I didn't like that.
    Heh!
    Now imagine an INTJ with a understanding of Jungarian Psychology.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    Apparently all the INTJ fans only lurk on MBTI sites and nowhere IRL.

    I'm buying the INTJ T shirt to wear out in public. I swear it.
    Ha , it does feel like that. May be I've just been too wrapped up in what I'm doing to notice anyone else.

    I think I'm going to buy an INTJ t-shirt too ... who knows, people may start being nice to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    That's actually the opposite of how we ENFPs normally do (at least me), so it would make sense that an INTJ behaves like that. (since, despite the N commonality, we are opposites). We still care about what others think, but we simply choose to behave like we don't. At least, that's me.

    It's funny you mention thinking 'what an asshole', because assuming INTJs aren't very talkative and open, I don't really form a bad opinion of someone unless the person is spewing obnoxiousness out of their mouth. Even then, we tend to be very acceptive I think.

    This is why we're happiest being around our close friends - we can just chill out and be ourselves without fear of being judged negatively. I think that as INTJs get older they do hone their social skill (a little), however we've probably taken that much of a beating in the past we also adopt the attitude of **** it, I'll say what I want and **** everyone else'. I haven't got much left of my tongue left, I've had to bite it so often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed111 View Post
    Being an INTJ makes you totally paranoid. I know that if I behave in my natural mode, that most people are going to dislike me and talk about me behind my back.
    Why do you think this? And what is your natural mode vs. unnatural mode?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Why do you think this? And what is your natural mode vs. unnatural mode?
    Natural mode: the truth;
    Unatural mode: what I think people want to hear, or else I'll say nothing (bite my tongue).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalMethod View Post
    Heh!
    Now imagine an INTJ with a understanding of Jungarian Psychology.
    Haha. Fastest way to bring about the INFP deer-in-headlights O.O look, I say.
    ain't over till it's over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    INTJs. Longstanding favorite.

    Sigh. :rolli:

    You mean you hate INTJs? At any rate, don't use :rolli:. Never know what it means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed111 View Post
    Natural mode: the truth;
    Unatural mode: what I think people want to hear, or else I'll say nothing (bite my tongue).
    And the reason the paranoia about the natural mode exists is because of experiences in the past we've had relating to that sort of thing.
    Also it's just clear to us sometimes (most times) that we don't fit in.
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    Hmm my INTJ friend says that he won't read into anything anyone says. If someone wants to say something about him they have to say it. He won't guess at what someone means. I love it, it reduces drama so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Hmm my INTJ friend says that he won't read into anything anyone says. If someone wants to say something about him they have to say it. He won't guess at what someone means. I love it, it reduces drama so much.
    Does he read into what they do? Body language, actions, etc?
    "The life of the individual has meaning only insofar as it aids in making the life of every living thing nobler and more beautiful."
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