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    Striving for balance Little Linguist's Avatar
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    I could have a field day in here, but one must sometimes use restraint and self-discipline.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bananatrombones View Post
    Hot Chocolate - It Started With A Kiss?
    It's well known that INTJs don't have tear ducts, but If I had them, I would shed a tear for that song.
    Sexual chocolate!
    <stamps foot>

    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    I could have a field day in here, but one must sometimes use restraint and self-discipline.
    Look, no-one enjoys Perry Como, comfy slippers, mugs of cocoa and trying to rub one out before the toilet cistern fills back up (still got it!) more than I do, but there's a time and a place for restraint. I would question the judgment of a person that feels that a pit full of INTJs and their succubi wais is such a place.
    What say ye?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dulcey View Post
    INTJs are arrogant, controlling "architects" who manipulate people and groups without regard for their wishes, needs or desires simply because INTJs feel only they "understand" their true "destinies" and therefore any evil deeds they do to meet their envisioned ends are justified....

    Until that magic moment when the INTJ has his or her head shoved in a pile of their own refuse and they finally, finally, finally comprehend just how horrible they can be. Then one of two things happens:

    1 - They realize that other people exist and are - in fact - people and that no, the INTJ does not know everything. I've watched this transformation happen three times. One INTJ - after his beloved wife threatened to leave him - became the local community organizer, dedicating his life to challenging those around him to see more clearly and think more often and finding his spirituality in nature. Another became a special education teacher, working with autistic children, after acknowledging herself as an emotionally abusive alcoholic who lived her life according to Ayn Rand. She now has a good relationship with her girlfriend and has written a very excellent book on surviving special ed (hopefully soon to be published *fingers crossed*). The third spent time teaching various languages in Japan, had an emotional breakdown and returned to the United States to seek therapy and more education. He is now doing very working on his doctorate and generally learning to be a kinder person to himself and others.

    2 - Unable to cope with their lives, they become horrible people, lashing out in creative, intelligent and fiercely evil ways. I've seen this twice. The most dramatic was the brilliant mathematician who, after a run in with the dean of mathematics at the college she taught, set fire to her parents' home while they slept. Her parents survived, but her computer and trunks of papers on mathematics were destroyed. The second, when confronted with his wife divorcing him, began a "journey of self-discovery" which led him to believe the only "real thing" in the world was sex. So he began sleeping with anyone he could, ultimately getting herpes and passing that along to his soon-to-be ex-wife during their "goodbye sex." The divorce proceedings were... intense.

    There's one more INTJ I'm watching, one who hasn't had his transformative moment yet. So far he's attempting to control everything around him, insulting and overwhelming everyone in his attempt to manipulate his visions into reality. Even though his overall vision seems good, his tactics are appalling. He uses politics to get people fired, isolates those he can't control and out talks others just to have them be confused and malleable. He lacks even the basic ability to be polite. He can't even be bothered to say "hello" or "goodbye."

    In short, an INTJ with perspective can be wonderful. Without perspective, they can be appalling people without basic healthy boundaries.

    On a personal note, I'd just as soon not have any more to do with INTJs. They take too much energy to deal with no matter how far away from their "epicenter" I am.

    Damn we've got it goin' on!

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    *sigh*

    I just can't bring myself to hate them. Sometimes I'd like to, but ... oh well. It can't be done. Adios, INTJ hater's thread...
    I-71%, N-80%, F-74%, P-96%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiley45 View Post
    *sigh*

    I just can't bring myself to hate them. Sometimes I'd like to, but ... oh well. It can't be done. Adios, INTJ hater's thread...
    oh, stick around, we have herpes!


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    I think INTJs are my favorite types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limey View Post
    oh, stick around, we have herpes!
    I bet you guys dont inform your partners about that either.

    INTJs. The malicious oralists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamp View Post
    I bet you guys dont inform your partners about that either.

    INTJs. The malicious oralists.
    ooh <fans self> I'm having a flare up!


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    intjs don't exist. that's why i hate 'em and disbelieve in mbti and any reason forever. most people remind me of intjs, also. therefore, hate 'em all. i have the good sense to consult with an intj ever once in a while, so i accept them for their usefulness, once per annum. other than that i refuse to acknowledge they walk the same grounds as i and scoff at their b.s. 'specially threads about them. mostly they infuriate me and i will leave their +ways+ alone to steam in a bath of expired suds. i will use more foul language to describe intjs upon request. :steam:

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    Quote Originally Posted by wren View Post
    intjs don't exist. that's why i hate 'em and disbelieve in mbti and any reason forever. most people remind me of intjs, also. therefore, hate 'em all. i have the good sense to consult with an intj ever once in a while, so i accept them for their usefulness, once per annum. other than that i refuse to acknowledge they walk the same grounds as i and scoff at their b.s. 'specially threads about them. mostly they infuriate me and i will leave their +ways+ alone to steam in a bath of expired suds. i will use more foul language to describe intjs upon request. :steam:
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