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    Many INTPs are:

    - Intelligent
    - Their love is pure. Unadulterated by complexities.
    - Loyal
    - Caring
    - Great company to explore the world both physical and of ideas.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Just remember INTPs: no matter how bad it gets, at least we're not ENFP.
    :steam:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Just remember INTPs: no matter how bad it gets, at least we're not ENFP.
    :steam:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    :steam:
    ... and we're funny and charming...
    Vanitas vanitatum omnia vanitas

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    I have one question:

    So far, I only saw INTPs using irony one way, I mean, only to inflate their already vastly overrated egos... Just like a 12 years old child would do.

    But could it be possible that mature INTPs would learn to use irony the other way, I mean self-deprecating humor, TRUE irony, made to deflate their heads and face the real world instead?

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    Anyway. Here is my impression of my two days vacation on INTP central:

    YouTube - Monty Python - Job Interview

    But I have to confess, I secretly enjoyed their attemps to humiliate me or any foreigner. Does that make me a pervert?
    Whip and handcuffs, please...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Just remember INTPs: no matter how bad it gets, at least we're not ENFP.
    Another for this comment.

    And I as ENFP's could say.....
    ...nothing. Forget it. I'm too nice for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcea Rosea View Post
    Another for this comment.

    And I as ENFP's could say.....
    ...nothing. Forget it. I'm too nice for that.
    Maybe it's self-deprecating irony after all...

    The INTPs will never know how it feels to be chronically happy and at peace with yourself, so that makes the ENFPs the paragon of everything they'd aspire to be, one day...
    How tragic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    Maybe it's self-deprecating irony after all...

    The INTPs will never know how it feels to be chronically happy and at peace with yourself, so that makes the ENFPs the paragon of everything they'd aspire to be, one day...
    How tragic.
    Half true. I don't know how it feels to be chronically happy and a peace with myself, but I am obsessive about self-improvement. I believe I will soon ascend to some high level of happierness. There is a lot I like about myself. I would not say the ENFP is the paragon of *everything* I aspire to be.

    I personally don't believe we have to be constrained by MBTI model. We can develop "character within the framework of our temperament"

    I want to develop more E, F and J. I've already developed some J. I can see how I would develop E, not yet sure how I would develop F. I know of at least one person who has developed his E. He says part of him is still introverted, esp. within the context of a crowd. He wrote about it in the current issue of psychology today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    I have one question:

    So far, I only saw INTPs using irony one way, I mean, only to inflate their already vastly overrated egos... Just like a 12 years old child would do.

    But could it be possible that mature INTPs would learn to use irony the other way, I mean self-deprecating humor, TRUE irony, made to deflate their heads and face the real world instead?

    ---

    Anyway. Here is my impression of my two days vacation on INTP central:

    YouTube - Monty Python - Job Interview
    I have a theory that different cultures are predisposed to be of a certain personaility type. Italians are on the whole ENFPs, Japanese INFJs, British INTPs, Indians INTJs.

    I'm a British INTP but only by nationality. I am an atypical Indian.

    I have the interviewers whacky sense of humor, but only in private. Other people rarely see that side of me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    But I have to confess, I secretly enjoyed their attemps to humiliate me or any foreigner. Does that make me a pervert?
    Yes, we tend to wield our Ne like a whip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    I have one question:

    So far, I only saw INTPs using irony one way, I mean, only to inflate their already vastly overrated egos... Just like a 12 years old child would do.

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