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    I fear derailing isn't allowed, sugar.
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    Ok sugar
    Oh, its
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    Actually, I admire a lot of fictional INTJs. They might be taken for crackpots, but they are also rather quick about picking up on things that such an individualistic thinker might be made the subject of ridicule or seen as trouble if they speak up too quickly about something unusual that is well indeed a fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    * looking down on others, especially when they *feel* someone is imcompetent or a moron

    *assume automatically that they *are* competent and their vision is always correct

    *treat people like machines and get aggrevated when they cannot operate them properly, blaming the 'machine' for being defective :rolli:

    * have a huge stick up their asses and need to let go more

    * get aggrevated when others aren't prioritizing time-efficiency, even while during their free time (not just at work) and seem to not grasp the fact that not everyone has an orgasm everytime they can plan everything to maximum efficiency.


    There.
    And, Satine, in theory us ENFPs are supposed to choose them to marry! I've had a bad experience with a person just how you've described it. No way would I marry one!

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    Um, guys on INTJ forum think that trying to correct my French when I actually read and write French better than they do is a form of flirting?

    OMFG that's annoying. That website is enough to make someone hate all INTJs forever, and I swear I thought I liked them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Um, guys on INTJ forum think that trying to correct my French when I actually read and write French better than they do is a form of flirting?

    OMFG that's annoying. That website is enough to make someone hate all INTJs forever, and I swear I thought I liked them.
    You'll be pleased to know that few people on that site are actual INTJs.

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    ^ Indeed I've gone by the same perception.

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    ...Just curious, but how do you, INTJs, know when someone is not really INTJ? What do you look for? Is it intuitive or do you engage said someone and experience too significant a disconnect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tortoise View Post
    And, Satine, in theory us ENFPs are supposed to choose them to marry! I've had a bad experience with a person just how you've described it. No way would I marry one!
    I have one at home, domesticated and all for about 11 years now
    The thing is, I don't *mind* those things, especially as, if I call him on it, he'll either defend his stance or go 'meh, you're right.' Anyone has flaws, it's a matter of being aware of them and being big enough to admit that you do that, when it counts, that is really important imo. I actually think they're kinda cute on him, as long as he can laugh at it when I poke fun at him for it
    And fwiw, he does the same with my flaws
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