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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    NTP humor tends to be more witty.

    NTJ humor tends to be more brutal/hostile.


    NTP Humor: ('Active') Monty Python, Stephen Colbert

    IxTJ Humor: ('Passive') Leaders of the Unintentional Humor
    - Often the 'Straight Man' in comedy duos.
    - Very deadpan.
    - Humor often derives from astute observations with little intent to be humorous.
    - Full attempts to be humorous usually doesn't follow through. It confuses more than amuses. But the IxTJ may be chuckling to themselves the entire time.
    - Delayed response in grasping social mores/pop. culture can be humorous (to other people).
    examples: Dr. Temperance Brennan from 'Bones'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lethe View Post
    - Full attempts to be humorous usually doesn't follow through. It confuses more than amuses. But the IxTJ may be chuckling to themselves the entire time.
    Oh, that's another thing: INTJs are agonizingly prone to laughing at our own jokes, often beginning before we've even finished saying them as we anticipate the punchline. NTPs are admirably free of this flaw, though I don't recall any ENTJs doing it either, so maybe it's just an INTJ thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lethe View Post

    NTP Humor: ('Active') Monty Python, Stephen Colbert

    Mmmm............this doesn't feel right. I absolutely hate both.

    I would think MP would be more J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avolkiteshvara View Post
    Mmmm............this doesn't feel right. I absolutely hate both.

    I would think MP would be more J.
    Blasphemy!
    "All humour has a foundation of truth."
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    Quote Originally Posted by avolkiteshvara View Post
    Mmmm............this doesn't feel right. I absolutely hate both.

    I would think MP would be more J.
    Appalling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    Blasphemy!
    I thought it was blasphemous when somone said they didn't like the Family Guy.

    Cmmon MP is fucking annoying.

    J seemed more inclined to slapstick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Oh, that's another thing: INTJs are agonizingly prone to laughing at our own jokes, often beginning before we've even finished saying them as we anticipate the punchline. NTPs are admirably free of this flaw, though I don't recall any ENTJs doing it either, so maybe it's just an INTJ thing.

    I frequently laugh at my own jokes, and I'm not an INTJ. However, it's not because I'm anticipating the punchline.

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    I hate slapstick. But I love Quest for the Holy Grail
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    I've never liked Monty Python.

    I don't usually laugh at slapstick either. It's too medium stupid. Something can't just be somewhat stupid to make me laugh. It has to be beyond all expectations of stupidity. Or it has to have a second layer.



    Colbert is funny though.

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    There's just something strange about laughing at someone who gets hurt. I will see brief bits of shows like Americas Funniest Videos full of people cracking up at a person who wrecked their bike, fell on their ass or otherwise got hurt and I have not the tiniest inkling to laugh.

    I dont understand it. It isn't funny. All I can think is 'Ouch... why are all these mofo's laughing? That would suck...'
    Embrace the possibilities.

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