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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    In my personal experience, out of all the NT's, I think ENTJs are the least funniest.

    ENTPs can't help but resort to humour first, if they see that association being blatantly displayed. The workings of Ne leading....it's like a big neon sign, like the joke just begs me to make it. Usually, I snort/laugh as soon as I see the association, and then, determine, shall I say it or not? I dunno, it sounds weird but the humour makes itself, and I'm the first receipient of it, and then, I share with others...that's how my thought-process works for humour. And, ENTPs are good at twisting words to play to humour. Wit?

    INTPs are the dry version of ENTP humour.

    INTJs come off the left-field, and often times, it's very self-contained, such that, like others said, it might be , awkward, socially inappropriate.

    And, ENTJs, to me, resemble almost SJ humour.

    To add: NTJs seem to go more for the personal, while NTP go more for the detached. Anyone and everyone is applicable.
    Ha. That's exactly how it is for me. The process goes as follows...

    1. See joke
    2. Decide whether or not I should say it
    3. Formulate it into the best, and shortest possible sentence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    Is this an actual question or a set up for a punchline
    It's a serious question...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Typology View Post
    Ha. That's exactly how it is for me. The process goes as follows...

    1. See joke
    2. Decide whether or not I should say it
    3. Formulate it into the best, and shortest possible sentence.
    Whenever I stumble into a social occasion, I always find myself thinking this way. Almost everything I say is a comic observation; very little intellectual. Example:

    Friend: [name] took a personality quiz to see what periodic element she would be. She scored as iron, which is ironic beca-

    Me: Lol, ironic.

    Friend: ...oh! Hahaha.

    Then again, that's mainly because most of the people I talk to aren't intellectual, so I resort to comic. I only have two modes of communication. If neither fit, I don't say anything. That's probably why most people I talk to are under the false impression that I like them because of the constant stream of witty banter; I just think they're stupid and have no other way of communicating with them.
    Um, yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grungemouse View Post
    Then again, that's mainly because most of the people I talk to aren't intellectual, so I resort to comic. I only have two modes of communication. If neither fit, I don't say anything. That's probably why most people I talk to are under the false impression that I like them because of the constant stream of witty banter; I just think they're stupid and have no other way of communicating with them.
    And then I'm the opposite. I can only engage in banter when I actually really like the person I'm talking to and I think are smart/quick enough to get them. Everyone else thinks I have a pole shoved up my ass.

    This actually may explain a lot about NTP and NTJ differences in impressions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    XNTJs don't have humor supposedly, I guess that would be the difference
    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    NTP humor tends to be more witty.

    NTJ humor tends to be more brutal/hostile.
    I don't understand why INTJ's come across as hostile or personal. And this 'shock value' nonsense. If I use shock value humor, it's only to garner a reaction from my social group in order to see where they stand for future jokes and humorous quips. Or I'm bored with their present conversation.

    I think NTJ humor is quite witty, but I may have a bit of a bias. Anyway, I believe that my point was that in my experience, NTJ humor evolves to fit the crowd with which the NTJ in question is with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I will Americanize this so that everybody will get it. (or maybe they wouldn't)

    We changed chimney on our house when I was younger.


    Mother: WOW that new thing is huge.
    Me: Yes it is. Now we have the capacity to burn 5 Mexicans a month.
    Mother: WTF?
    Me: Alright 3 Mexicans and 2 Canadians a month,
    Mother: What got into you my son ? (shocked)
    Me: OK,OK 2 Mexicans , 2 Canadians and one Puerto rican guy.


    I said this just for the sake of shocking my mother.


    But it is not too likely that NTP will say something like this.
    Hm, an NTP might say the very same thing, but not because of the controversy but rather because of the absurdity in it. A sense for the surreal seems to be something NTP's do and NTJ's don't have...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mippus View Post
    Hm, an NTP might say the very same thing, but not because of the controversy but rather because of the absurdity in it. A sense for the surreal seems to be something NTP's do and NTJ's don't have...
    YES.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mippus View Post
    Hm, an NTP might say the very same thing, but not because of the controversy but rather because of the absurdity in it. A sense for the surreal seems to be something NTP's do and NTJ's don't have...
    I highly disagree, it might depend on the Ti vs. Ne in an INTP, but I've found all Ni users (dominant or auxiliary) to have a knack for the absurd and the surreal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    I highly disagree, it might depend on the Ti vs. Ne in an INTP, but I've found all Ni users (dominant or auxiliary) to have a knack for the absurd and the surreal.
    LOL, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mippus View Post
    Hm, an NTP might say the very same thing, but not because of the controversy but rather because of the absurdity in it. A sense for the surreal seems to be something NTP's do and NTJ's don't have...
    2nd

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