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  1. #191
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    INTJs are more like robots, programmed by Ni's singular answers and embodied in inferior Se, INTPs are more like passive disembodied data analysis software.

    which one is more dehumanizing? you decide!
    Yeah that sounds about right. But let's be real - they secretly want friends... to experiment on...

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    I'd say it depends on how others perceive them, unless they're purposely behaving robotically.
    I have an INTJ friend who sounds very robotic to my other friends, but not in the least to me.
    And most of the INTPs I've talked to sound more sedated than robotic.

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    I think it depends on whether you see types as strictly Jungian or in Myers terms.

    Rationals/J type of Introverts approach the world with a set outlook, and have to loosen up to be any more dynamic in the way they percieve and address issues. Even the F types. I think that lends to a stubbornness or uptightness that could appear robotic, especially in an NT. If someone keeps promoting their senses though (which is a lot more momentary and changable), instead of judgement, they're probably going to come off more gregarious, not as reliable in their views... And "human".

    I don't know who functions more on a "practical" level though. I think INTJs probably take themselves too seriously not to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Hey look, it's the "I resent my INTJ friend so I constantly harp on about the same pessimistic schtick about INTJs" club.


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    I read thread title as who is more "romantic".
    *dissapointed*
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    I read thread title as who is more "romantic".
    *dissapointed*
    then it probably would have turned into the 15th intj+enfp mush-fest thread and i would have puked all over my laptop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    then it probably would have turned into the 15th intj+enfp mush-fest thread and i would have puked all over my laptop.
    Ya life sometimes has an intresting dynamic. The ones every girl wants to fuck aint intrested in fucking, and the girls everybody fucks want someone who aint intrested in fucking.

    Oh gosh, if I'ld take that all more serious, I'ld prolly be fucking too as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    then it probably would have turned into the 15th intj+enfp mush-fest thread and i would have puked all over my laptop.
    Yah instead it's turned into the gazillionth "who is better intp's or intj's" get your big guns out thread.
    pew pew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    Yah instead it's turned into the gazillionth "who is better intp's or intj's" get your big guns out thread.
    pew pew.
    Wait, I like robots and INTJs. I'm not sure if robots are a good or bad thing, I think they're neat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raine_lynn View Post
    Wait, I like robots and INTJs. I'm not sure if robots are a good or bad thing, I think they're neat.
    Depends which way we are looking at this,... and what we expect will happen on a global scale regarding robots in the future.
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