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    Just think of me and know me well enough to do something small but meaningful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    Yes, this is awesome in a very subtle way. Catching onto our vaguely mentioned passions=
    Dude, i thought i was the only one! kickass, man
    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    Well, I like talking about myself

    EDIT: on the internet
    yeah, i far prefer talking about myself on the internet. actually, i despise talking about myself irl...it's just...uncomfortable. In some ways, it feels as though the less people know about me, the better.
    Quote Originally Posted by SubjectA View Post
    1) Listen to our ideas. I mean really listen. And let us know by offering input every now and again. Something besides "uh huh."

    2) Plan something outside of the house, like a trip to the park or whatever. Make it just you and your INTJ. We bond the best in a one-on-one environment, not with fifty other people that we need to pay attention to. Take us on a date that will stimulate our intellect (museum, aquarium, etc...) and we'll love you forever.

    4) Have lots of self control and refrain from emotional outbursts.

    6) Don't put us beneath you or belittle us. Treat us as capable individuals. We hate feeling inadequate. It might be so tempting to help, but more often than not we'll just assume that you think we're incompetent. We'll ask for help when we need it.
    #1 heh, i do enough 'uh huh'-ing for everybody.
    #2 *shrug* the one-on-one is definitely important, but, on the other hand, a trip to the park, personally, wouldn't do much for me. nothing interesting there.
    #4 emotion isn't bad, but drama and bullshit emotion is bad. self control is good, to a point, of course.
    #6 that's a sure way to isolate yourself from me.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    I just love those INTJs sooo cute but oftentimes it's hard to make them feel special... they seem to be somewhat cynical about my affections... really bizzare... They are also quite good at putting up barriers in my experience; in some ways the miscommunication can be fun esp when you both know that underneath it all you're on the same page.. In my experience they really appreciate you taking their ideas and advice on board... The ones I have had dealings with like to help me and like me to accept that help.
    Barriers=INTJ lifeforce. oh, and being cynical doesn't just apply to affection. i'm (and i would assume other INTJs) are cynical about everything.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack_Rabid View Post
    Emotion comes very easy and very deep for INTJs.. But expressing it requires effort..and that is the full circle.. appreciate the effort.. and more emotion will come
    Agreed. completely. emotion isn't hard, SHOWING it is like...i dunno, it takes so much energy, , also, it makes me vulnerable, and that usually is something I avoid.
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    And don't look at me weird if I need to write down how I feel. Sometimes it works better than attempting to speak and having it come out wrong. I don't need to do this often anymore but it's always an option.
    mhmm, i'm much more open in text than i am in person. even on the phone. having someone there to respond immediately, and having to listen to the changes in pitch, or facial expressions makes me nervous, and anxious.
    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    I've also found INTJs, once they trust you at least, to be incredibly physically affectionate (hugs, cuddles, etc), to the point where they *need* it when they feel down. That and one on one time, seems to be key
    heehee I would guess that describes me pretty well.

    Sorry for the long post, I had to respond to so many things after reading the topic from the beginning.
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    NTJs have this lovely gooey center inside. It's awesome when they can't keep from going gooey on ya
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    NTJs have this lovely gooey center inside. It's awesome when they can't keep from going gooey on ya
    It's true. If we get the gooey all over you, you are in so much trouble
    Everybody have fun tonight. Everybody Wang Chung tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    It's true. If we get the gooey all over you, you are in so much trouble
    *waits patiently for you to put your money where your mouth is*
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    I think I feel most loved when I feel people really listen to what I say, are interested and understand. The ones that has the patience to do so really love me for me, because I am my thoughts and intellectual interests.
    "Neither a lofty degree of intelligence nor imagination nor both together go to the making of genius. Love, love, love, that is the soul of genius." - Wolfgang Amad Mozart

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    It's true. If we get the gooey all over you, you are in so much trouble
    Yep, cause the gooey is actually alien blood.



    We really are fluffy bunnies inside though

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    Several off topic posts have been moved to the following location:

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...erailment.html
    "The only time I'm wrong is when I'm questioning myself."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    NTJs have this lovely gooey center inside. It's awesome when they can't keep from going gooey on ya
    Bullshit. I, myself am a bastard fried bastard with prick center inside, dirtbag sprinkles and an arrogant summbitch dipping sauce.....

    Except when it comes to INFPs theyre like freaking kryptonite to me, but thats besides the point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    Bullshit. I, myself am a bastard fried bastard with prick center inside, dirtbag sprinkles and an arrogant summbitch dipping sauce.....

    Except when it comes to INFPs theyre like freaking kryptonite to me, but thats besides the point


    Ahh don't worry, NFPs are usually as entranced by you ppl as you are by us
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