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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezion View Post
    I've probably "outsmarted" an INTP or INTJ at one point. I've certainly outsmarted myself at one point are another.



    I've noticed that apparently it's an achievement to outsmart the "smart" people in a group of friends.

    It's flattering to be considered smart, though.
    Achievement? Are you for real?

    It's far more fun to watch them flustered and start mooing about.
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    The only INT that continuously outsmarts me is my dad. I pwn the rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghoti View Post
    When I was much younger, I did reflect a know-it-all behaviour that I imagine others didn't appreciate, but it was because I honestly didn't understand why others didn't know what I did. I didn't think of myself as exceptionally smart, so the inability of others to catch on to new concepts as quickly as I could didn't make sense to me. But as I matured, I learned patience and how to appreciate differences in people's strengths and weaknesses. I don't really hold people to the same expectations that I hold myself. If somebody is weaker than me in one area, I don't look down on them, because it's guaranteed there's multiple things they're better at than I am.
    I think thats what most people sort out after spending enough time with an INTx. But having lived with one, I have to say that even on their best behavior it can feel like sharing a cage with an exceptionally well-read badger. It can be intense even for another NT. I mean, in a way, the threads really a backhanded compliment, more than anyone saying that they get off on proving someone wrong. Sorry if I came off defensively earlier.

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    Now why am I so pissed off by this thread?

    I always figured people join in on a project or they don't, and if they try fucking with the project, you cut them out of your will, at least.

    A tad ironic though that INFJs should enjoy screwing with course charting.


    One can only imagine the horseshit people must go through dealing with Fe and Ti together if there is some persistent need to outsmart and pwn showing up at type level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    Now why am I so pissed off by this thread?

    I always figured people join in on a project or they don't, and if they try fucking with the project, you cut them out of your will, at least.

    A tad ironic though that INFJs should enjoy screwing with course charting.


    One can only imagine the horseshit people must go through dealing with Fe and Ti together if there is some persistent need to outsmart and pwn showing up at type level.
    Hey, watch the thread http://www.typologycentral.com/forums/mbti-tm-enneagram-other-personality-matrices/18639-te-users-more-likely-have-competitive-natures.html[/URL] for reference.
    Somehow you gotta fight with em in that whole competition thingie
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    It's hard, but usually that only happens when you manage to get them on a tangent, and then work the tangent to the point that the answer is logically inconsistent with some throwaway point that was made further, and start hitting hard on that point (yes, I realize that's bad behavior for us, but damn it can be fun). As soon as you start getting an INT to chide you on not seeing the big picture, you know your work is done.

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    You're not seeing the big picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    You're not seeing the big picture.
    Sorry; old computer, small monitor.

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