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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    I don't really know, while this detachment works well in certain environments, when it comes to relationships it's absolutely disastrous. It makes me wonder why NFs like us at all. It is difficult to explain to someone the complete apathy one can have for another's situation. My mom thought I needed psychological help, as she's Fe dom. I just...don't care, most of the time.
    Yes, I think the only living T in my family is my nephew. Everyone found me both incomprehensible and rather horrible. My father a few times threatened to send me to a psychiatrist. And they were all watching over me like a hawk, for signs of madness.

    I remember once I was in my room, talking on the phone, laughing uproariously, and my father came hesitantly knocking on the door, asking what was wrong. Why was I crying, he asked. What? I repled. I was on the phone. What was he talking about? There was a long pause. "But you don't have a phone," he said. He sounded terrified. And, er. Yes, I did. In fact, architecturally, my room was the hub for all the phone jacks in the house. Somehow this information didn't make him feel any better, though. The episode was just more grist for the mill.

    Lord almighty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    Yes, I think the only living T in my family is my nephew. Everyone found me both incomprehensible ...
    I certainly sympathize with that. I'm one of 5 kids, child of a mother who's one of 9 and a father who's one of 4. I have a BIG family. It's very female dominated; I'm the only T in my immediate family (or was until my step dad married in quite late, an ISTP) and one of only three in my extended family that I know of.

    Yes, we're evil, aren't we? Or perhaps we're autistic. Yes, that's it, we must be autistic. What other explanation can there be for our "rude" and "uncaring" behaviour, our lack of empathy or concern for family gossip? Why else would we just not phone for like, days?! It's got to be autism, otherwise we must just be plain evil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    Yes, we're evil, aren't we? Or perhaps we're autistic. Yes, that's it, we must be autistic. What other explanation can there be for our "rude" and "uncaring" behaviour, our lack of empathy or concern for family gossip? Why else would we just not phone for like, days?! It's got to be autism, otherwise we must just be plain evil.

    I don't understand why keeping in touch with a 5 min phone call every week shows that you "care". I also have a huge family and I can't keep up, and I don't even try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post

    Made of wind.



    On the topic of INTP hate, are you kidding? They're so detached it's pretty impossible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I don't understand why keeping in touch with a 5 min phone call every week shows that you "care". I also have a huge family and I can't keep up, and I don't even try.
    Totally. If I care then I won't bore you with pointless conversations where I don't really have anything to say, and wait til I've got some cool stuff to tell you. Meantime, I assume if you have something to tell me or you wanna ask something, you'll call me!
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    I hate INTPs. They smell like candy. Only angry candy that wants to crawl into your underwear drawer and sniff your panties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I hate INTPs. They smell like candy. Only angry candy that wants to crawl into your underwear drawer and sniff your panties.
    Have you been bugging our meetings?




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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    I am an INTP, and I have come to the conclusion that at least 90% of people hate me.
    Do you hate 90% of people, or act like you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    Yes, I think the only living T in my family is my nephew. Everyone found me both incomprehensible and rather horrible. My father a few times threatened to send me to a psychiatrist. And they were all watching over me like a hawk, for signs of madness.

    I remember once I was in my room, talking on the phone, laughing uproariously, and my father came hesitantly knocking on the door, asking what was wrong. Why was I crying, he asked. What? I repled. I was on the phone. What was he talking about? There was a long pause. "But you don't have a phone," he said. He sounded terrified. And, er. Yes, I did. In fact, architecturally, my room was the hub for all the phone jacks in the house. Somehow this information didn't make him feel any better, though. The episode was just more grist for the mill.

    Lord almighty.
    LOLOL! Freaking out dad FTW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    hmm... just thinking of the two INTJ's I know personally - they don't really seem to try seriously to have conversations about things that are important to them, so most of what I talk about with them, they're cool to laugh about and they can take people poking fun at them.

    INTP's yeah, easy going... up until you hit a nerve by accident - usually by saying something which touches on some deeply held opinion of theirs on their pet subject. I know one INTP, a geologist - he REALLY likes rocks. A group of friends were talking about beaches, deciding which one to go to (there are quite a few locally, it's an island!). One guy said he liked the kind of sand you got at a certain beach, then the INTP who had been quiet until then, suddenly jumped in and started arguing that what this guy was talking about couldn't possibly be actual sand, by the geological definition of sand, and everyone was like dude, look, the word "sand" was invented for that crumbly powdery stuff you get at the beach LONG before geologists started categorizing things, can you just chill and let us call it sand, cos that's what it is to us? But this INTP wouldn't give in and really pissed everyone off with trying to get us all to admit that, by the proper geological definition, this guy had been wrong and the INTP was right. Eventually he shut up but he sulked the rest of the day and still holds a grudge against that guy and calls him an idiot.

    That got him the nickname of Sand Man, and since he rarely talks unless the subject of geology comes up, he's made an image of himself as an uptight twat who doesn't really care about anything except geology. Whether that's true or not is a moot point - it's how he's portrayed himself. Yet he blames other people all the time for him not being able to get on with people.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lurker View Post
    Dude sounds more like an INTJ to me.
    Exactly what I was thinking. INTPs generally wouldn't care so much that you get the terminology right. It's enough that they know.
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