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    What a timely bump. Thank you new person, for inadvertently illustrating that the concept of hatred knows NO typological bounds.
    Is this supposed to be addressed to me?

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    INTJs are just a bit tactless. They're really nice people though. My senior, best friend, is an INTJ. He always asks me on how I'm doing in terms of academics, talks about politics etc and is actually really good at solving problems, even emotional ones. In a way, he helps me separate my emotion from thought so as to bring about a different perspective in an argument. He did say he doesn't really work well with feelings, but he tries* to be considerate.

    Personally, i think he's awesome.

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    INTJ are people who guide your mind to what is good, without forcing it on you. They give you their precious time when you want their advice, and they always seek "rightness" and enlighten you to what is the truth. That's why people hate them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen_alpha View Post
    INTJ are people who guide your mind to what is good, without forcing it on you. They give you their precious time when you want their advice, and they always seek "rightness" and enlighten you to what is the truth. That's why people hate them.
    Why would someone hate that? Does not compute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    Why would someone hate that? Does not compute.
    Because many people just want to be told what they want to hear; don't want actual solutions to their problems, just a forum to vent; and whatever goals they have are far baser and less practical than seeking rightness and truth.
    I've been called a criminal, a terrorist, and a threat to the known universe. But everything you were told is a lie. The truth is, they've taken our freedom, our home, and our future. The time has come for all humanity to take a stand...
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    INTJ's smell like bologne and dirty underpants

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    From the few interactions I've had with INTJs online: they're usually right when they've studied an issue, but they're very frequently wrong when they haven't studied the issue (due to an over-reliance on authoritative sources?).
    Anyone got some weed and some nachos?

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    If you want to know why INTJs often get a bad rap, look at the channel of a Youtuber by the name of thunderf00t and take note of what autoplays when you visit his channel
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    The ones that I know seem to think they're above social rules/norms. Their values and opinions are based on Fi, but instead of recognizing this, INTJs (just xNTJs in general) think they have some sort of deep, logical understanding that no one else does.

    Other than that, I don't mind INTJs at all. They're the only people I know who dislike certain ESFJs as much as I do. I can be completely negative and hateful around them and they don't mind; in fact they seem to enjoy angrily ranting together. It's a fun activity that usually leaves us both feeling great. My best frenemy in high school was an INTJ. I miss her, even though I was claiming to hate her half the time.

    Oh, another thing I dislike about INTJs is their obsession with order. INTJs are just downright cruel when put in positions of authority, and this pisses me off probably more than anything.
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    Bunch of elitist pricks, think they're so fricken' smart, the douchebag hipsters with their weirdass faces, devolving the scenario to screwed up places

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