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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    Things that are unjust. And girls.
    I find myself agreeing with you a lot lately.

    Oh, and when the Packers lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InfiniteIntrigue View Post
    It's a common stereotype that we are unemotional beings, but is there something that can upset you?
    Other INTJs.

    Also, people who...

    - think they deserve respect based on the position they're in
    - loathe others for setting high standards
    - show off with something they don't possess
    - stick to what they "should" or "shouldn't" do without thinking through it
    - whine without getting things done

    This makes me very... emotional, so to say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    ^ Just see the effects on the INTPs with the XNFJs and say the same thing.
    "Ha! The INFJs are analytical.

    Suckers."

    Doesn't really work, does it?

    EDIT: Well, okay, maybe it could work if you say "self-critical" instead.

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    There is LOTS of emotion on the inside. We just don't show it on the outside if we are:
    -not knowing you well
    -not completly trusting you
    -not able to explain the emotions to ourselfs and therefore suspect they are silly
    -think that you might think we are just whining

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    Things that are unjust. And girls.
    Indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    ^ The best type to crack the INTJ to my knowledge would be the XNFPs. Especially ENFPs. They're quite forceful. INFPs do it only when they become close friends to the INTJ.

    Anyways
    This gives a good idea of pissing off an INTJ.
    [YOUTUBE="8DM3yBov9Pk"]naruto camedy[/YOUTUBE]
    [/QUOTE]

    lol that's so funny, it's true people think intjs are like those wackos that are gonna come in one day and shoot the place up in a psycho fit.

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8akNhwGMxRM"][YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8akNhwGMxRM"][/YOUTUBE][/YOUTUBE]

    You might want to skip to the end of this. but it's funny trust me.

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    I am not really an unemotional person, but it is incredibly rare that i would show emotion. An emotional moment in a movie etc can make me emotional.

    It is rare for me to get angry, but i get frustrated quite often. Something that does make me angry is inequality/unfairness. And when people say that they will do something, i put that into the schedule of my brain and plan something off the information and they don't do it. If you say that you are going to do something, fucking do it. It's almost as bad as lying. Lying is the worst: trust will be lost and grudges will be kept. :steam:

    These things aren't enough to make me really show the emotion/have an outburst, its just a little bubbling inside. Emotional control is of absolute importance to me. I almost see it as weakness in other people when they start crying over spilled milk.

    I can think of three things in my life that ever cried because of: death of a family member, death of my dog, and unrequited love. The unrequited love is the only time i was significantly affected by emotion and it the emotional pressure valve really burst. Its like... holding it back and this was the breaking of the flood gates. Anyone else who knew me would probably say i was 'unemotional'.

    Stuff i wanted to cut out of the post but ill leave it for the sake of the topic : Opening up completely to your best friend And telling them incredibly personal in the process which they could use to fuck up your life... im male and it was my male best friend... Something nobody else can ever know about so it shows that i needed to trust him completely. Being rejected by your best friend, the only person you trust and care for more than anything. Fear of losing them when the friendship looks like its ruined and will never be the same.
    (But it all turned out fine after a few months and we're good friends. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    Things that are unjust.
    This is a big one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    This gives a good idea of pissing off an INTJ.
    That's hilarious, but he's not an INTJ.

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