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    Quote Originally Posted by IDreamtIWasABee View Post
    No, I'm a new "member" too timid to reply honestly to the replies that interest me, so I've just been enjoying the conversation. If I responded, I'd be an aggressive OrangeAppled, and since I can't stand the heat, I stay out of the kitchen (except, in this case, to place an order).
    Interesting that you associate with her.

    And, how will you stand the heat when the INTJ is going to give you heat 24/7.

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    INTJ's are by nature confrontational, NFP's tend to ignore the "live and let live" types. We find them more tolerable, and when we can tolerate someone, it's like a diamond among the coal. So yeah, we'll defend you.

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    INFPs are cute little fluffy snuggy plushies. Even INTJs are powerless to lift a finger against them.

    Okay, so that might not be it. I guess that INTJs have soft spots for them? The INFPs I know hold the "smart" types (i.e. most NTS) in reverence, so maybe INTJs recognize that and withhold their wrath because they like having the INFPs look up to them. Also, I really do think that just maybe, INFPs can melt INTJs' hearts with their Fi-dom. They're so...personal and deep at the same time. (From what I've seen.)
    INTJs may seem cold, but most of them have a gentle side. INFPs could be one of the types that get to see that side. Even though I'm an INTP, I can see how an INTJ would be reluctant to smash an INFP's hopeful idealism to bits.

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    Is this like the new INTJ/ENFP fetishist thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lulabelle View Post
    yeah, i think INFP-INTJ is a complicated relationship! you don't hear too many INTJs raving about us but there are definitely lots of INFPs in long term relationships with INTJs... i suppose the key is for the INFPs to communicate more frequently, develop a bit of a thicker skin + for the INTJ to be mindful of tone + listen to the ways in which the iNFP says they want to be supported
    I agree with this.
    I don't think an immature INFP and immature INTJ could get along so well. And the INFP will definitely develop a thicker skin.

    There may be issues though because INTJs are not particularly affectionate or romantic.
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    Because they're hoping they'll get laid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    Is this like the new INTJ/ENFP fetishist thread?
    It's the unofficial INTJ/INFP fetishist thread, unless you (ENFPs) are going to fight them for it.
    In science, when human behavior enters the equation, things go nonlinear. That's why Physics is easy and Sociology is hard. -- Neil deGrasse Tyson
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Heart View Post
    INFPs are cute little fluffy snuggy plushies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    It's the unofficial INTJ/INFP fetishist thread, unless you (ENFPs) are going to fight them for it.
    Hell yeah, I'm not going to stand by while you try to take my INFPs away. *wards off with cross*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Hell yeah, I'm not going to stand by while you try to take my INFPs away. *wards off with cross*
    The famous ENFP crucifix that piques the brooding INTJ's curiosity? I have one of those too!

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