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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendacity View Post
    Funny you should mention that, I had a similar relationship with my ex-boyfriend.
    Who ended up on the chopping block first?
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    Who ended up on the chopping block first?
    I guess it would depend on what you mean by chopping block?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Loyalty to our own personal ideals, not necessarily the ideals of society.
    I was thinking to the people we love, but your statement also applies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendacity View Post
    I guess it would depend on what you mean by chopping block?
    Which one of you got dropped by the other; too many metaphors, sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    Which one of you got dropped by the other; too many metaphors, sorry.
    Well he and I have been on and off for several years so the number of times each has broken up with the other has probably been about equal. The most recent time was mutual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendacity View Post
    Well he and I have been on and off for several years so the number of times each has broken up with the other has probably been about equal. The most recent time was mutual.
    Ah, ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    I love their sense of humour too. Subtle, clever, always in good taste and often quite deadpan. I love people who others can never tell whether they're joking or not, and many of these are INTJ's.
    I agree, most people never mention their humor and wit (probably because they rarely show people until they feel comfortable with them). They crack me up.

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    To me, the INTJ is just a ISTJ thats evolved

    If your thinking and sensing is at such a level then a critical mass occurs where you become more intuitive. Its like changing gears in an accelerating thought process.

    Anyway, I believe I've met very few real INTJ's. Perhaps 2.1% of society type as them, but real INTJ's that I've come across are less than 1:1000.

    What I have noticed is the following traits: (Not necessairly their good traits, just what I've seen).

    1) Introversion is because they enjoy being in their own thought processes more than engaging with groups of people. I believe if you had group of INTJ's they would become more extrovert. (There's a big difference between being a "loner" and being a professed "introvert").

    2) Always bouncing their theories off people they trust. Looking for feedback and binding information.

    3) Loyal to those that have meaning to them. Because the group mentality doesn't mean anything to them they don't need to alter their position to changing situations ie Consistently reliable. (Being popular is just a function of having no baseline values -> well, in the extreme context).

    4) More likely to get a left field observation of the world.

    However, I don't think INTJ's are perfect though, the ones that have been in certain situations have had the edges knocked off them do get a bit more refined, others just become more introverted (than moderate) or fail to see (understand) why the "flesh pushers" get further up the tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veneti View Post
    However, I don't think INTJ's are perfect though, the ones that have been in certain situations have had the edges knocked off them do get a bit more refined, others just become more introverted (than moderate) or fail to see (understand) why the "flesh pushers" get further up the tree.
    Some of your thinking makes a certain amount of sense, but I have questions.
    1. what is a "flesh pusher" and what tree are you speaking of? Or what does your tree represent?
    2. Why do you think non-INTJs sometimes test as such?

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