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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Emoticons are the gold standard for assessing a person's type?
    This looks like something an ESFP would post:

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...roduction.html
    In Zara's defense, he used every emoticon but the one in question.






















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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    In Zara's defense, he used every emoticon but the one in question.

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    @EJCC I think the usual ENFP tactic is just to pick some elements in the INTJ's communication and twist them around a bit and see how the INTJ responds, and that's how you can get a read on them. It's like Heisenberg uncertainty, they don't have any Si grounding, but at least you can figure out how they're moving at the moment. And then you get them to have to play your game too because then they have to figure out what your position is and because their Si sucks they find that tricky and intriguing too, and then while they're distracted, you pounce.


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    I think the only way to tell is by knowing the person in question and whether what they said/did may seem reasonable to them. If not, they are 'trolling'.

    My flatmate, who has known me for but a few months, told me last week that he loved my humor, that it was incredibly dry and that he was never sure whether I was actually joking. With time, he may acquire that skill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Note how a real INTJ never would've used that emoticon.
    So you know what a real INTJ is?
    Oh, do elaborate.
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    "Yeah, wisdom always chooses/These black eyes and these bruises"
    "Over the heartache that they say/Never completely goes away..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra
    And note how even ENTJs have a hard time picking up on the subtle meanings.
    Your own words: "I definitely resemble the ENTJ archetype."

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    Also, inb4 trolls trolling trolls...
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    @EJCC I think the usual ENFP tactic is just to pick some elements in the INTJ's communication and twist them around a bit and see how the INTJ responds, and that's how you can get a read on them. It's like Heisenberg uncertainty, they don't have any Si grounding, but at least you can figure out how they're moving at the moment. And then you get them to have to play your game too because then they have to figure out what your position is and because their Si sucks they find that tricky and intriguing too, and then while they're distracted, you pounce.

    Per usual, skylights has hit the INTJ nail on the head.

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    *scrambles to "Ask an ENFP thread"*

    (if there is one...)

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    As an INFP I'd like to ask, why do I like you so much? I admire INTJs so hard.

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