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    Erm... INTPs are the AWESOME. The end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    Erm... INTPs are the AWESOME. The end.
    Ah yes, 01011010 makes an interesting point.

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    INTP's are admirably deep and surprisingly funny. They also appreciate me, which I love.

    I like surprising them with my intensity. They initially think, "Oh damnit, another ESFP..." But, then I hit them with the N! And, the connection is like WHOA, what?!

    Love INTPs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachelinpa View Post
    INTP's are admirably deep and surprisingly funny. They also appreciate me, which I love.

    I like surprising them with my intensity. They initially think, "Oh damnit, another ESFP..."
    Yeahhhhhh.... I like ESFPs and ENFPs equally. I think the INTPs you're referring to are those who automatically hate popular people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Yeahhhhhh.... I like ESFPs and ENFPs equally. I think the INTPs you're referring to are those who automatically hate popular people.
    They've told me they hate the superficial flakiness and enjoyment of mainstream culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachelinpa View Post
    They've told me they hate the superficial flakiness and enjoyment of mainstream culture.
    Immaturity. I'd kill every one of my ESFP best friend's favorite musicians with a baseball bat, and he mine, yet we still get along like chili and bowls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    Erm... INTPs are the AWESOME. The end.
    It bears repeating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LostInNerSpace View Post
    Obviously not everyone is going to be the same time type. I'm talking on the whole.

    Melancholic and stoical with an often whacky sense of humor. I would say that's intp.
    Britain is ESTJ-central !

    melancholy = SJ
    stoicism = SJ
    sense of humour = missing

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Britain is ESTJ-central !

    melancholy = SJ
    stoicism = SJ
    sense of humour = missing
    Melancholy is SJ?

    Quote Originally Posted by http://www.intpcentral.com/?mode=content&action=profile
    Introverted Sensing often plays an important role in the private world of the INTP. When he visits a place, whether new or already known, his Si function gives an overriding concern for the atmosphere or mood of the place. In his subconscious, he connects the present experiences of his surroundings with memories of his past, sometimes deep past. A sense of history, of universality, is almost always invoked. When on holiday, the INTP wants to experience above all the ambience of each location. Specific details in the present are relatively unimportant and will not be well remembered. However, the atmosphere or mood will be remembered long after, as though it were a solid object. Since people encountered on a holiday usually count as details, unless more personal contact develops, the INTP tends to be drawn more to lonely, isolated places where atmosphere is less disturbed. Nevertheless, the presence of people does add its own ambience which can also be appreciated considerably. The net result of this concern for past experiences and of mood/atmosphere is that INTPs belong centrally to those types referred to as melancolic. The INTP melancolic is typically drawn to wild polar expanses, to mountain ranges and all places on the edges of civilisation. Whatever his particular yearning might actually be, it has a common root. The homeland of the INTP's psyche is a small and cosy community, isolated in the middle of a vast expanse of wilderness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Melancholy is SJ?
    sure - they've got that black bile thing goin on

    we are ethereal and profound, with a poetic sensibility - hardly the same thing

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