Okay: unless you are joking, I am coming to the conclusion now that you are either a troll, or the only way you are able to communicate is through intentionally being confusing, manipulative, and passive-aggressive. Granted, I've just joined the forum so this is just my first impression of you...
Yeah, pretty much. He is also ESL, I think culture can play into it too. I take things he says at about half strength. Your post might show why he doesn't get along smashingly with some INFJs, actually. It's a personal post, not an overarching post. At least, that's how I read it.
Okay. Thanks, Elaur. I didn't know any of this. I'll remember that.
Entropie, I apologize for misinterpreting what you were saying or the meaning behind it.
"When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been and there you will always long to return."
- Leonardo da Vinci
[QUOTE=Athenian200;914901]Someone who types themselves as ISFJ might very well be more humble. It takes a lot of humility to type yourself as S, because S appears to be so common and dull in the MBTI descriptions.
This is funny to me! I understand what you mean, I just have always admired individuals with an S! Although I appreciate my N, it can be absolutely dreadful at times.. I begin to drive myself crazy with what I believe will happen eventually instead of simply accepting things as they come! And although the description may be common and dull, the individuals I know are not common or dull! I guess what I'm saying is that I only wish I could type my INFJ self as an S sometimes!