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    The problem with Ni is once you show the work you got done with it, it either goes straight over their head (and is therefore utter nonsense) or makes so much sense that they feel dumb for not realizing it before. Neither appears to be the fruit of any sort of creativity, though, and just makes the other party feel really dumb.
    This *is* a problem.

    *states obvious* I still want a shrubbery to compensate for the misunderstanding of INTJs across the globe. And on Mars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Maybe.

    Pretty much, INTJs are really, really good at stating the obvious... for some reason, it's something most people overlook.
    Ah-ha!!! So yours is that type of person who has me thinking, hmm, yeah, I mean...I *think* <insert name> is smart, *scans memory bank*, yeah, he/she is, but surely such an intelligent person would not state such a blatantly obvious thing, like duh, he/she must be kidding me?!? Perhaps, <insert name> is in fact retarded, and has been this whole time, yet I'd never really recognized it before.



    So, scratch my first post. I actually think I know quite a few of you, well.

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    "That that is, is. That that is not, is not. Is that it? It is."

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Ah-ha!!! So yours is that type of person who has me thinking, hmm, yeah, I mean...I *think* <insert name> is smart, *scans memory bank*, yeah, he/she is, but surely such an intelligent person would not state such a blatantly obvious thing, like duh, he/she must be kidding me?!? Perhaps, <insert name> is in fact retarded, and has been this whole time, yet I'd never really recognized it before.



    So, scratch my first post. I actually think I know quite a few of you, well.

    Once, my mother was going to drive home, but the car wouldn't stop. She tried a lot of things and finally I said, "You know, sometimes if you let the car sit for a while it'll start up."

    She didn't believe me and wouldn't even try again -- so what happened is my father came by to pick us up, then he put his key into the ignition and started the car and drove it back home with no problems. Instead of taking from it that sometimes anything electronic and mechanical may need time to 'rest' because of overheated circuits, oddly-settled fluids, etc, she just said, "There's something wrong with that car. It's old."



    There's really no loss if you state the obvious solution. I guess an F type might not, because it always ends with either the suggester sounding like an idiot or the suggestee feeling like an idiot, but if you really want the damn thing to work, you really need to try all the dumb things first...
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    Sounds like me.

    *trying to get ice out with a fork*
    NT friend: You know, if you used a spoon, it's be easier.
    Me: *ignores, fails with fork, and finally gets spoon*
    NT friend: I've noticed you're not so good at taking advice.
    Me: Yup.

    And repeat.

    Reasons I can't stand some NTs:

    1) They worship logic and discount faith
    2) The "I'm enlightened/intelligent and you're a peon" attitude
    3) The immature ones can be real arses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanerou View Post
    Reasons I can't stand some NTs:

    1) They worship logic and discount faith
    2) The "I'm enlightened/intelligent and you're a peon" attitude
    3) The immature ones can be real arses
    Funny, that all sounded like the same reason to me.
    "I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use." - Galileo

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    I've found that oftentimes when I'm misunderstood, I have an explanation that would clarify the situation and prove I'm not the insensitive or misguided person that someone assumes I am. Unfortunately, explaining takes energy I don't always feel like expending (especially if I've tried this before with the same person to no avail) and I can even have a problem putting the idea/explanation into words. Sometimes I feel trapped in my brain being unable to express myself in touchy-feelly ways.

    My brain-world barrier (introversion) is a good thing at times and not at others. One of my best friends once asked me (before she knew me so well) if I think much or if I am just a happy person who doesn't feel the need to ponder. Seriously... sometimes I wish I could download my thoughts into other peoples heads so they could get the whole picture when I can't explain it.

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    I find it so tedious when I need to go into full detail explanations of how/why my actions/thoughts are the way they are... At the end of nearly every interaction, I have the other person agreeing with what I said in the first place.
    Most times I wonder if it's worth my time at all to explain.

    I've also noticed more recently when I put myself into a talkative state (extroversion), people tend to respond quite nicely.. but HOLY it drains me, I feel so fake and superficial.. It's almost as if I'm mocking other extroverts ha.

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    1) INTs have no hand-eye coordination.
    2) They are terrible at sports.
    3) INTs wouldn't be very good in a fight.
    4) And just plain nerdy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISeekToJustify View Post
    1) INTs have no hand-eye coordination.
    2) They are terrible at sports.
    3) INTs wouldn't be very good in a fight.
    I apparently have good hand-eye coordination: I improved quickly at tennis and table tennis with little practice.
    I also was pretty dominant in the sparring portion of my taekwondo class.

    So what does that make me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke of York View Post
    I apparently have good hand-eye coordination: I improved quickly at tennis and table tennis with little practice.
    I also was pretty dominant in the sparring portion of my taekwondo class.

    So what does that make me?
    Oh I was talking about being naturally good at sport.
    Of course anyone will become good at a sport if they practice enough.
    I was talking more about how a sensor tends to be better a sport.

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