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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    That may be true, but it doesn't change how much an INTJ (specifically, because you seem to be angry at them) desperately wants it.

    One could say that anything is highly subjective. A want is, by definition, highly subjective. It's individual preference. INTJs, especially, have a clear idea of how things 'should' be run, and most of them understand that what they believe is good and correct and just is not shared by everybody (and dare I say, anybody), and they usually fall into despair because they think that everyone else is 'doing it wrong.'

    This is a principle at the very core of an INTJ. Overcoming it either means maturity or insanity. No matter how many times you scream that they are not correct on the hilltops, they will not listen to you, because, hell, they're INTJs. It's something they have to figure out for themselves.

    I'm sure that if you dig to the core of any MBTI, you're sure to find something disgusting, but because this is a "why INTs suck" thread, I'm not going to get into them all here.
    Are you implying that I am mature? Very unexpected.

    Sometimes I am the one silently screaming at everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriv View Post
    Are you implying that I am mature? Very unexpected.

    Sometimes I am the one silently screaming at everyone else.
    Because you are silently screaming at everyone else, you're not over it.

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    You cannot draw that conclusion if I said "sometimes". Rofl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriv View Post
    You cannot draw that conclusion if I said "sometimes". Rofl.
    Of course I can draw that conclusion. The fact that it happens at all, and that it's a phenomenon that hasn't stopped, heavily implies immaturity.

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    You suggest burying my Ni? You want INTJs to blend with the rest of the crowd all the time? I like INTJs the way they are.

    "Much madness is divinest sense to the discerning eye"
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    Quote Originally Posted by sriv View Post
    You suggest burying my Ni? You want INTJs to blend with the rest of the crowd all the time? I like INTJs the way they are.

    "Much madness is divinest sense to the discerning eye"
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    I'm suggesting balance, though, if you want to get along with normal society, you're likely best off burying Ni. They don't like it so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I'm suggesting balance, though, if you want to get along with normal society, you're likely best off burying Ni. They don't like it so much.
    Did you notice my "InTJ" type?
    I said sometimes, some of the time I rebel according to my values, other times I accept out of convieniance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriv View Post
    Did you notice my "InTJ" type?
    I said sometimes, some of the time I rebel according to my values, other times I accept out of convieniance.
    I'm just telling you what's out there. I'm not saying you have to like it.

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    Everyone loves Ne, no one likes Ni. That is sort of extreme. Such a small difference can lead to love or hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriv View Post
    Everyone loves Ne, no one likes Ni. That is sort of extreme. Such a small difference can lead to love or hate.
    I love Ni. So there.

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