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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    INTJs don't seem to be big fans either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Where do you get this stuff raptor? It's obviously esfj that is most hated because of the intps.
    ^ This is a true statement.
    Quote Originally Posted by Porsche View Post
    No, I don't think so. Depending on the ESTJ's attitude, they could be the most admirable, reliable extrovert around or the most loathsome nasty son of a bitch.
    ^ As is this!

    I think unhealthy ESTJs are more obviously/less subtlely annoying because they seek out conflict so much, so you can't really avoid their douchebaggery. Annoying INFPs, on the other hand, can be avoided pretty easily, since they're not so likely to follow you around and bug you.
    Out of all the sensors, I like ESTJs the best. They're like the King and Queen of Sarcasm (also ENTJ). Can't get enough of their funny, shallow, literal, sarcastic jokes.
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    EJCC is the only ESTJ I know of, and seems like one of the nicest, most human people around.
    Aw thanks Jon! You ain't too bad yerself.
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    I wouldn't say I hate any particular MBTI type after hearing someone say they hate INFPs, which just made me a bit sad because I'm an INFP and they don't know me..

    Any dominant Fe or Te I think people can get annoyed with very easily though

    On a personal note, besides characters from movies, I feel like INFJs think they're a better version than INFPs which makes me jealous/sad/angry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    Yeah, but their opinion doesn't count because they usually give in and marry them in their late 30s
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    I really don't see the big conflict area with me. Like I said, they like getting things done. "Oh, no.. I just *need* to fight with someone about that."

    Knock yourself out. I don't mind if people like being in charge and managing a lot of things. Usually they know not to intrude with me. I might even agree or gave them the idea. Sucks for everyone else, I guess.

    edit: Note, I'm talking about adults and peers. If I was a teenager talking to an ESTJ cop, it'd be a different story. Even then, stuff like that was more amusing than not.

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    I say ESFJ is.

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    I usually do fine with ESTJs; unless they are bound and determined upon a course of action that's going to cause everybody a lot of grief then I have to find a way to convince them to change course and do it in their own language, in a way that makes "sense" and yields immediate and measurable results. However, I do get tired after a while because I find myself having to explain a lot of things. My aunt is an ESTJ, a retired cop. She's curt, bold, assertive, decisive and bull-headed. BUT she has a heart of gold and she shows her love with practical actions, not words. If she buys me a gift, it's practical. My ENFJ sister "loves her from a distance". My ESTP brother "loves her from a distance" and my ESTP sister won't even come around her. She is too opinionated for them and they are too opinionated for her. I tell them to ignore everything she says and just watch her actions. She means well and has their best interest at heart and that ought to matter more than the fact that she will blatantly blurt out that your nose is big or your baby's ugly I love her but I don't have to live with her. I have another brother. I think he's an ISTP. He is very independant and just wants to be left alone. He thinks she is too bossy.
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    I think it's one of the most heavily stereotyped types, and that stereotype is widely disliked. The same is true for ESFJ.

    As for being disliked in real life, I doubt it. Both of those types seem better appreciated IRL than online - no surprise, since the practical realms belong to the Ss.

    At least personally, I like ESTJs; they work hard, share Fi, and it's easy to tell where I stand with them.

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    You know what? I think most at this site hang around too many people in general. Which, in turn, would just amplify the conflicts and weaknesses you see in them. The more it happens, it just sticks in your mind.

    I don't deny there can be problem areas between many types, but maybe you should keep to yourself more like I do. That fixes a lot. See no evil, hear no evil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    You know what? I think most at this site hang around too many people in general. Which, in turn, would just amplify the conflicts and weaknesses you see in them. The more it happens, it just sticks in your mind.
    I view this the opposite way around. Would think people with more exposure to a variety of different people would have a base for a greater understanding. I think a lot of people here are socially awkward and isolated actually.
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