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    Quote Originally Posted by FC3S View Post
    Seeing an INTJ in tears is easy.
    Tear-gas or poke them in the eye with a stick.

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    I don't get what was so creepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I don't get what was so creepy.
    yeah.....

    I re-read the quote and realized it wasn't as creepy as it seemed at first.

    But then, for some reason, I couldn't delete the post. So I just had to change it.

    WTF???? Why can't I delete it?
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    No no no no no. An INTJ in tears would scare me.

    Other people in tears...meh, nothing much.

    But an INTJ?!

    Then it's serious. Either that, or they are executing their evil plan to deceive you perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novascientia View Post
    No no no no no. An INTJ in tears would scare me.

    Other people in tears...meh, nothing much.

    But an INTJ?!

    Then it's serious. Either that, or they are executing their evil plan to deceive you perfectly.
    My sentiments exactly... I know from experience.
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    No, I don't want to see my INTJ cry, unless she is overwhelmed with joy.

    She didn't cry when she was born, she just looked around as if to say "Why have you summoned me?" That's just how she is.
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    My INTJs don't cry. If they did it would be rather unnerving - they're sort of the only people I hang out with that don't require 24/7 emotional maintenance.
    The one time one got really emotional and depressed on me, it was a complete disaster. I was extremely uncomfortable, made an excuse to get away, and later felt like a complete bitch.
    A colleague of the great scientist James Watson remarked that Watson was always lounging around, arguing about problems instead of doing experiments. He concluded that There is more than one way of doing good science.
    It was Watsons form of idleness, the scientist went on to say, that allowed him to solve the greatest of all biological problems: the discovery of the structure of DNA. It's a point worth remembering in a society overly concerned with efficiency.

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    I can only speak for myself. I don't know many other INTJs, but to me crying is very personal and I am vulnerable because I don't have the emotional control that I usually have, in effect my emotional protection fields are down. To have an emotion so stong like crying that I have to express it, particularly in front of people who I might might not know very well or can harm me emotionally is a scary thought. I cried around the time of my father's death and the funeral, but that is socially acceptable, and shame on anyone who would hurt someone who is mourning. But besides that, I really don't like to cry/ can't cry in front of people, and if I do, it has to be a really safe environment. Not only emotionally, but energy-wise as well. I feel things and cry, etc in private but not in public or around select, safe people.
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    I can think of a few INTJs I'd love to see in tears.

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