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    Welcome to Sunnyside Mondo's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    Hey, are all INTPs like this?



    I mean, i've never met one who doesn't still live at home (with parents)...
    Yea same here- except for the ones who figure out what they need to do to get laid.. then they occasionally have a woman in their lives that isn't their mother/grandmother..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trentham View Post
    Heheh...live in my own house believe it or not...shitty little 1-story, but a house of me own nonetheless.
    Yeah, I moved out as soon as high school was over - some umpteen years ago.

    I think it works one of two ways with INTP's. We're either going to be a homer for life, or we're so freaking independent that we can't fathom being under someone else's roof.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    Yea same here- except for the ones who figure out what they need to do to get laid...
    How exactly does that work again?

    INTP's are quite capable. Just need to use the Ne a bit.
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    Who turned this thread into a thread about whether or not INTPs are capable of living independently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsherlockholmes View Post
    Who turned this thread into a thread about whether or not INTPs are capable of living independently?
    The INTJ with the sense of humor did. See, I guess they do have a humorous side. /thread
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    Where is this dour INTJ stereotype coming from? When they're around me, they do plenty of laughing. (We'll ignore the "at my jokes" or "at me" question for now.)

    I think INTJs take day-to-day life more seriously, whereas I find the most inane stuff amusing. For example, there were all these birds chirping this morning when I woke up, and judging by the compressed squeaky chirps, they sounded like little fatties, like feathered balloons. Like little tennis balls.

    This is what I imagined:



    sadly, it actually made me giggle. If an INTJ heard me laughing at birds outside, they'd probably think I was some deranged bird lady.
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    Nope. INTJs have no sense of humor. You're absolutely right. Congratulations, you deserve a prize. You should be very proud of yourself.
    You lose.

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    I wasn't saying it was true. I was simply asking how 'fun' people consider you to be. How am I supposed to know if I haven't met and identified them?

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    And the INTJ/INTP love/hate rivalry rages on.

    We're all INT's, brethren, we're all INT's.
    NTJ's are the only types that have ever made me feel emo.
    ENP's are the only types that have ever made me feel like a sensor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    And the INTJ/INTP love/hate rivalry rages on.

    We're all INT's, brethren, we're all INT's.
    Except with only descriptions to go by and some online interaction, I still have little idea as to wheter I love them or hate them, but they seem pretty cool.

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