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    Default Proof that INTJ's can be silly

    I just launched my website and had so much fun creating this blog post I had to share. Proof that INTJ's can indeed let loose and be silly:

    It’s Official—I’m a Mac!

    That's what happens when you grow up with an INFP sister. I heart her

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    Only watch the first few seconds but I'm afraid any NF at least will be able to tell these tasks are being preformed by a cyborg (don't worry ISTJs, the term robot is still reserved for you guys ) without a real soul per se.

    Congrats on the Mac though. Welcome to the dark side. With no blueness involved.

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    Excellent! There are definitely a few of us INTJs on this board that can be silly.
    Everybody have fun tonight. Everybody Wang Chung tonight.

    Johari
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    Now you just need to convince us that you're actually an INTJ.

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    What do you hope to gain by proving that INTJs can be silly?

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    Nice horses! My dad has some clydesdales at his place in Glasgow. Nice blog too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blairvoyant View Post
    What do you hope to gain by proving that INTJs can be silly?
    Nothing at all. Just wanted to share the fun with other NTs and show a side that's not stereotypical of INTJs. Does everything have to have a definite purpose?

    Quote Originally Posted by spin-1/2-nuclei View Post
    Nice horses! My dad has some clydesdales at his place in Glasgow. Nice blog too.
    Thank you! The horse is not mine. It was a friend's but we had a blast.

    Quote Originally Posted by Weber View Post
    Now you just need to convince us that you're actually an INTJ.
    Did you not see my INTJ concentration face at the end of the vid? *Edit* The vid got cut off a bit at the end. No INTJ concentration face grr

    I'm 100% sure I'm INTJ...very weak on the J. I took the test years ago in high school, not knowing or caring too much about it. Years later, I am still INTJ. I've just chilled out over the years.

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    Proof that INTJs can be hot and silly. cool vid...it's still got a bit of that INTJ reluctance to it, though

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    No, this video is proof that said "INTJ" is mistyped.

    INTJs cannot be silly.
    If a deaf INFP falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

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