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    Default XNTJ humor vs XNTP humor

    Very similar yet significantly different, ime. Thoughts? Wherein lies the difference?
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    XNTJs don't have humor supposedly, I guess that would be the difference
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    My INTJ's and ENTJ's and me have often mused together that it's our sense of humour that acts as the glue the keeps us together despite the big other differences in our ways of thinking.

    It's like we think of different things - what I think of wouldn't have occured to them and vice versa, but that's the great part about it - I make an off-kilter quip and they add to it and embellish it with stuff I wouldn't have thought of, so it comes as a surprise and makes me genuinely laugh. Then I come back with something they wouldn't have thought of and they say 'genius! love it!' and laugh their asses off, they reply and I do the same, on it goes and we have each other in stitches. It's one of the times when Ne and Ni working together can really pwn, when thinking comedically that whole sideways thinking angle has it down.
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    I've no idea.

    But my guess would be is that an INTP might be more likely to use humor to avoid conflict. Whereas an INTJ likely wouldn't do that.
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    Mm. For me, humor is often a way to avoid addressing something directly. That might be a product of conflict avoidance or of simple inertia. I guess on some level they're the same thing. It's less effort to be wry than to properly respond. And often more interesting.

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    NTP humor tends to be more witty.

    NTJ humor tends to be more brutal/hostile.

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    That's true. Most of my humor, and that of a close ENTP friend of mine, seems to arise out of a detached fascination. Oh, look; if you turn this verb upside-down, it resembles a rhinoceros!

    It's associative; it's analytical. It's often quite dry. It's not particularly judgmental. It is, however, quite evasive. Which ties into the above.

    You could say it's a product of ransacking the obvious in search of something less tedious.

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    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.

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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.


    It is not too likely that NTP will say something like this.
    I think NTP can have a dark side also. But yeah I agree, NTJ might make jokes about child rape.NTP might also if you have to think about the joke, more complex layers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avolkiteshvara View Post
    I think NTP can have a dark side also. But yeah I agree, NTJ might make jokes about child rape.NTP might also if you have to think about the joke, more complex layers.
    That is true I was just saying that odds are that NTJs is more likely to say something like this. Since out centre of gravity is on shocking while you want humor to have more bonding character. (at least that is how it looks to me)

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