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    An INTP as anyone's interpreter is bound to be comical, if not downright hilarious.

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    What in the world makes you believe that INTPs can interpret your INFJ jibber-jabber?
    Why couldn't they? You understand me.

    @Blackcat: Aren't INFPs know for their tangents and disconnected thoughts? I don't think they're any better than INFJs, with fluffy ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by invaderzim View Post
    Why couldn't they? You understand me.


    That's because I'm an INFP.

    Was adding a more to a troll post is all.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    An INTP as anyone's interpreter is bound to be comical, if not downright hilarious.
    I agree.
    "All humour has a foundation of truth."
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    get it together guys - you're letting Edgar distract you when you're supposed to be hatin' on HIM, not each other!!

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    but i was talking to Edgar...i just quoted the wrong person
    *sigh* whatever, I'm going back to NF forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KristenSnowdeal View Post
    Logically, I don't see much of a reason for it, except that perhaps people get too emotionally distraught over our cold humor? Maybe we're a bit biting in our wit, but I don't think we deserve the reputation of being cold, hostile, completely emotionless, analytical, and evil.

    Slightly cold, a bit maniacal, repressive, controlling, logical, maybe.

    Thoughts?
    I think it's because they misunderstand INTJs, and have trouble respecting their need for space combined with confidence and bluntness.

    ExTJs are more accepted, and ISTJs get things a bit easier because they're less confident.

    INTJs make wonderful friends, for as long as you can continue to prove yourself worthy of their friendship. Quite fair, I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by invaderzim View Post
    but i was talking to Edgar...i just quoted the wrong person
    *sigh* whatever, I'm going back to NF forums.
    LOL

    See ya there dude.
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    Why do people seem to dislike INTJs?
    why do intjs seem to think people dislike them ?

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    I've liked the INTJs I've known. There is something easy about the interaction overall. I prefer people who behave in a coherent manner and the INTJs I've known share this ideal. Their communication style is more direct than mine, but I appreciate it because I don't have to read between the lines. I can trust their words exactly as they offer them to me (in the instances from experience).

    INTJs are one of the types out of step with the norm and often okay with that. They also seem rather resistant to being pressured or manipulated and that probably frustrates some people. They are too independent to be pressured into X by the norm.

    There is also that aspect to MBTI that finds a way to berate every type. INTJs probably do get it more than the other types in some ways, but there are certainly some ripe and delicious attacks on most all the types.
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    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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