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    A bit of both actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I didnt understand that. Do you mean people that are not iNTj's behaving like one. Or people telling they are one, though they are not ?
    Who let you out of the cupboard we locked you in?! I'm going to tell Pink that you've escaped.

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    i think DG means that people try to look isolated and 'badass' just to increase their social status. these people are not introverts at all, but extroverts looking for approval. people like the thrill i guess and so they're attracted to them. people earn for this attraction so they imitate them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    i think DG means that people try to look isolated and 'badass' just to increase their social status. these people are not introverts at all, but extroverts looking for approval. people like the thrill i guess and so they're attracted to them. people earn for this attraction so they imitate them.
    But people aren't attracted to INTJs.
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    INTJ's aren't cool or badass, they're dweebs. Quite the opposite.

    Maybe there are some nerd posers out there, people putting off then nerd image but without having the smarts and hobbies nerds typically have so they can fit into the subculture.

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    Strange, usually when I'm acting cold it's for a reason. One example would be trying to clear my head of emotive interference so I can do a direct judgment between the information I have and the situation at hand. I typically need to find a corner to cry in later after having to make those kinds of decisions though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    it seems like a personality that's a bit of a torture internally. At least, I know how much he struggles sometimes, having to be polite when he doesn't want to be, social niceties and all. He really needs for people to make sense as much as possible.
    I've definitely burned a few bridges when I was too young/immature/exhausted to be patient and polite to social norms standards a time or two. It really sucks, esp. if you're also the sexual variant enneagram and constantly want to go deeper than most people, to the point where you make them uncomfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    There are people who actually choose to be INTJ's?



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    I'm happy who I am now but I don't see why people would want to be INTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Who let you out of the cupboard we locked you in?! I'm going to tell Pink that you've escaped.
    haha, it was a basement... fartface xD
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    It's not so much that people pretend to be like INTJs. It's just that people exuding a "don't talk to me" attitude is similar to the natural state of an INTJ when they are by themselves around people. I could say that people who are outgoing at a party are trying to be ESFPs but it would simply be making a big leap out of a little observation.

    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    You know, I really appreciate INTJ's, but I noticed, especially with one close friend of mine, that it seems like a personality that's a bit of a torture internally. At least, I know how much he struggles sometimes, having to be polite when he doesn't want to be, social niceties and all. He really needs for people to make sense as much as possible.
    It's a paradoxical type. I would say that your reason is one of many that it's a torture internally.
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