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    I was forgotten.

    I voted INTJ. Mainly comparing a close INTJ friend and myself. Interestingly enough, she says while her work is more concise, INTP work is more elegant.

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    I was sure I had you on the list!
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    You don't care that I miss you?
    lol. no. I meant about which type is more concise.

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    Hahaha! Every time I call INTPs into the thread they vote INTJ!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    I'm sure there are many more I've forgotten.
    Like @Eric B , @copperfish17, @zelo1954, @redHerring, @ZPowers, and @greenfairy!
    Not forgetting @JAVO, @ajblaise, @Falcarius, @kelric, @93JC, @Blankpages and @lowtech redneck.
    Wow. I don't technically count in this post. No one remembers me! :whine:


    I was about to ask if I was the only talkative INTP here, then I just realized I'm in a house filled with people in a dark room on my own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    I was sure I had you on the list!
    You can make it up to me...*nudges*

    Mmm...just asked another INTP I know--he sez INTJ, too.

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    Oh shit! Now I'm just offending everyone I forgot.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    INTPs make more concise arguments, while INTJs more concise statements.
    And since they need to make more of those statements to flesh out the arguments, they end up saying more.

    EDIT: IRL, the complaint I get is that I don't talk enough--quite the opposite of "rambling."
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    Same applies to my writing. page minimums in papers were invented to torture me.
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    @salome

    I was being ultra concise.



    I think that it reall depends. Also you can still be concise while writing a long post if there are many ideas to present.

    I would probably say that INTJs are more concise because sometimes they don't really like to explain what they see as an already settled issue. INTPs are kind of always refining or trying to be more nuanced so they might use more qualifiers or sort of walk through an idea/define their terms more.

    Though really they are both very concise in comparison to some other types (cough INFP cough). I tink ESXPs can e very concise at times too. FB's because they are more action oriented and T's because they don't really care :P
    Last edited by Pseudo; 08-25-2012 at 04:11 PM.

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    Neither of them can compete with ISTJ, though, so why try?

    INTPs probably beat both at precision, though.

    Also, don't use the forum as the basis for your conclusions.
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