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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.
    Funny. Most of my colleagues at work can never figure out when I'm joking, and it's caused me some inter-personal problems.

    I explain it as follows:
    If it's about work, I'm 100% not joking.
    If it's about everything else, 95% of the time I'm joking.

    The problem is that apparently I have a very even tone of voice and a very observational, dry sense of humour, so not everyone "gets it" (it seems obvious to me in my head!).

    Other INTJs completely get it though.

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    INTJs have 'good qualities'?

    Funny. From how they're portrayed in fiction, you wouldn't expect that.
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    I've always seemed to relate to an INTJ on an emotional level. Their Fi lives as a prisoner in a deep dungeon, whereas my Fi lives as a prisoner in the surface world.

    That's why I know when I see one smile, it's genuine.
    I may be bested in battle, but I shall never be defeated.

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    Their humour is good

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    they are the only ones who don't look at me like I have spaghetti coming out of my nose.


    its true

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    they are the only ones who don't look at me like I have spaghetti coming out of my nose.


    its true
    That is because NTJs understand each other qute well.

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    meanie

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    Eh, don't worry about it. She's drunk. As am I. But not drunk enough to fuck up talking about what I admire about my best friend.

    Anyway, an INTJ is my best friend, Metamorphosis.

    I can talk to him about anything and he always understands. Many times, I find myself idolizing him. He's always so cool headed, so logical. Its almost like nothing bothers him at all. I wish I could be like that, sometimes.

    But we all have our strengths. He has his, and I have mine. I guess it works out that way in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    I wouldn't mind one like this for us ENTPs!

    I like INTJ's. I dig them. Sometimes they confuse me because I think I've said something clearly to them and yet they seem to always miss my point, whilst thinking I've missed theirs when I know I haven't, I've answered it - they just don't see the connection. But unlike when this happens with other types, with INTJ's they are always ready to calmly and reasonably work through the misunderstanding, and they don't seem to harbour any hard feelings afterwards, and they don't take any of it personally. I've known people (particularly F's) who take it very personally when you misunderstand them, as if you're deliberately not trying to because you don't care. INTJ's never do that (but ENTJ's do, though they deny it).

    And I really dig the way they stick to their guns when they know they're right. That's something I relate to a lot. I know that if I get the INTJ on my side then I've got a powerful advocate who won't back down any more than I will; I can rely on them.

    And they're also very sincere. I've never met an INTJ that wasn't really genuine, without a fake bone in their body.
    Thanks. I feel loved.

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