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    I think he is INTP just having a good laugh...I could be wrong though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jgib5328 View Post
    It really isn't satire, just scroll down to the bottom of the page and read his comment's his name is 'bc'.

    He goes into some much longer comments, that are too long to be posted.
    I'm with Heart: I sniff an INTP having a good laugh. I mean, even the little heart before his signature is just "too much"

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    Wow, some of those posts of his are freakishly long.

    He's super devoted to his craft, lol.

    If it isn't a satire, the guy's completely insane.

    Interesting site, nonetheless.
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    I'm shocked he would place INFP's at the top... I mean, lets be real for a second here, what purpose do INFP's serve in society and especially in business? I honestly can't think of one as well as I can for most other types, to be honest.

    I would have expected INFP's near the bottom and ENT's at the top, if anything. I don't think there really is any type that is more important than any others, its all so symbiotic that it doesn't seem sane to rate the types in any seriousness.

    The more I read this the more it seems like a joke. The type summaries are way too exagerated and they are too general to have any real impact or explaination to them.

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    Maybe I'm just the retard who took it seriously, although all the INTJs who commented on it in our forum agree with me.

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    No no, it really is satire... dude you're so fished in... I bet you believed the Bonsai Kittens thing as well didn't you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jgib5328 View Post
    Maybe I'm just the retard who took it seriously, although all the INTJs who commented on it in our forum agree with me.
    That's because J's are so easy to wind up and don't really 'get' P humour

    EDIT - GZA, I can see why INFP's are very important in the working world... they're the long-suffering martyrs who are so put upon by everybody but they keep slogging away without complaint because they don't want to cause any conflict or argument and just like to feel like they're helping people... when you've run out of people you can reasonably ask and you need someone who'll do something, anything, whatever you're asking, INFP's are just what the doctor ordered

    edit 2 - of course I say this as an ENTP, being naturally inclined to dominate, abuse and control others but having no regard for their feelings
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    Quote Originally Posted by nemo View Post
    Wow, some of those posts of his are freakishly long.

    He's super devoted to his craft, lol.

    If it isn't a satire, the guy's completely insane.

    Interesting site, nonetheless.
    Maybe there is an INFP in his life who really irks him.

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    I dunno, I still think it's real. His comments were WAY too long, nobody would go that far for satire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    GZA, I can see why INFP's are very important in the working world... they're the long-suffering martyrs who are so put upon by everybody but they keep slogging away without complaint because they don't want to cause any conflict or argument and just like to feel like they're helping people... when you've run out of people you can reasonably ask and you need someone who'll do something, anything, whatever you're asking, INFP's are just what the doctor ordered

    edit 2 - of course I say this as an ENTP, being naturally inclined to dominate, abuse and control others but having no regard for their feelings
    Haha, yah, we suffer long so that we can help you out for a breif amount of time with no raise, promotion, or even a simple thank you.

    Time well spent




    But that would actually be hell. I hate being taken advantage of :steam:

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    How dare s/he/it put INTJs, my precious baby sis being one, at the bottom! And my lovely ENTPs scraping the bottom of the bottom?! :steam:

    What's this I hear about INFJs only being 2ndish, eh???? Eh.

    It, whatever s/he/it kind it is, is crazy, that's what it is, if its real. I doubt it. I hope so =/


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