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    1. When it comes down to it, they always show you how petty and cruel they really are
    2. Micromanagers
    3. Tearing people apart in the most hurtful ways they can think of to prove themselves
    4. Often see themselves as the sole bearers of rightness and truth
    5. Can lack a sense of camaraderie and humor
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    Quote Originally Posted by EliaBlack View Post
    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.
    We are above social rules and norms. But then again, so is everyone else. We are just more likely to realize it and to act on it.
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    I usually love INTJ's but for example my sister is one and she drives me crazy she always thinks she's right when I KNOW that I'm right and she uses retard psuedo intellect to prove her points and that's not the worst part the worst part is she thinks that I eventually give in to being wrong but I never do just at a certain point arguing isn't necessary anymore. She's really bossy her boyfriend is like a little puppy trained to do whatever she wants I guess he has no balls. She is messy as fuck and she thinks it's a "group effort" to keep the house clean communist motha fucka always uses any excuse to get what she wants "I'm sick give my your ice cream that you bought " nahh pimp that's my ice cream.

    There was this other INTJ I knew when I was first introduced to MBTI and he was super attractive to me but I always felt like he was too smart I often felt like "why are you even talking to me" because he was like too smart I just felt ashamed of being a fool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EliaBlack View Post
    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.
    This seems more of an I/ESTJ area. They're addicted to protocol and you'll do it exactly that way or they'll pound you into the ground. Every INTJ that I work with is like - did you get it done? Cool. They don't care how you got it done. I don't care how you get it done as long as it's done. You kind of have to do things correctly to get them done in my line of work so I don't dwell on protocol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    This seems more of an I/ESTJ area. They're addicted to protocol and you'll do it exactly that way or they'll pound you into the ground. Every INTJ that I work with is like - did you get it done? Cool. They don't care how you got it done. I don't care how you get it done as long as it's done. You kind of have to do things correctly to get them done in my line of work so I don't dwell on protocol.
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    awww, look at all the hate in here. Who says it's reserved for INFJs on this forum? Seems to be plenty to go around.

    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    This seems more of an I/ESTJ area. They're addicted to protocol and you'll do it exactly that way or they'll pound you into the ground. Every INTJ that I work with is like - did you get it done? Cool. They don't care how you got it done. I don't care how you get it done as long as it's done. You kind of have to do things correctly to get them done in my line of work so I don't dwell on protocol.
    I do know a couple of INTJs who are very anal about details. Our previous minister comes to mind, questioning the why of why you did most anything, including font choice and arrangement of visual elements to the pixel. I know his questions were about understanding but most people interpret that as micro-management (and it kind of imparts a message that everyone else is rather incompetent).

    Having a lot of xSTJs in my life, I can't say they're procedurally anal, but they do want things done properly, to their standard and by a certain time. To me, that's more their hang-up than the exact how.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
    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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    I don't. (dislike intj's). Not in profile or in person.
    And I haven't really noticed a strong dislike for them in any other regard (but some of the comments in this post make me wonder.)

    I really admire how much they don't seem to seek validation from others.
    And they don't care about this admiration, which makes it even stronger, lol.

    The only thing that has ever bugged me, is that some of them seem to keep their feels locked down. And in doing so, they actually cut off one of the best/most interesting/colorful parts of themselves in the process.

    Not that they'd give a shit, about that either.

    Oh, and the pigeonholing thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
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    The only thing that has ever bugged me, is that some of them seem to keep their feels locked down. And in doing so, they actually cut off one of the best/most interesting/colorful parts of themselves in the process.
    I feel like many other types already have that covered and then some. They kind of suck all the feels air out of the room for anyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    I do know a couple of INTJs who are very anal about details. Our previous minister comes to mind, questioning the why of why you did most anything, including font choice and arrangement of visual elements to the pixel. I know his questions were about understanding but most people interpret that as micro-management (and it kind of imparts a message that everyone else is rather incompetent).
    I often ask questions like this. I have never understood why some people interpret them as directions and not questions. For example, if I ask someone "why are you putting the coffee pot over there?" they will respond with, "OK - I can put it somewhere else". I didn't ask them to put it somewhere else. I just want to understand why they chose to put it where they did. A request for information is exactly that. I am perfectly able to say, "Could you please move the coffee pot over here?" if that is what I mean.

    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
    The only thing that has ever bugged me, is that some of them seem to keep their feels locked down. And in doing so, they actually cut off one of the best/most interesting/colorful parts of themselves in the process.

    Not that they'd give a shit, about that either.

    Oh, and the pigeonholing thing.
    Why do you find "feels" more interesting than other aspects of us as people?

    Also, what do you mean by pigeonholing?
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