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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    What do ESFJs think about INTJs?
    That's tricky. I generally do not get along well with TJ types. They always seem so harsh to me.

    When I think of an INTJ I think of someone who is guarded, a black and white thinker, very intelligent, manipulative, and independent.

    I know two INTJs, one of my roommates and my younger brother. I fight with both of them often. Usually over things that analyze to death that I am just sick of taking about. Or, some point that I find extremely trivial and irrelevant that they feel the need to drive into the ground.

    Also, I find it interesting that you are a 4 and an INTJ. The ones I know are an 8, and a 5.
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    ESFJs, do you consider yourself superstitious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    I generally just try to pretend that thread doesn't exist. lol
    If it makes ya feel better I think there's an enfp thread like that too haha

    Stupid stupid thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    ESFJs, do you consider yourself superstitious?
    Definitely not.
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    Are you guys heavy on gender roles?

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    ....I also want to ask: What's your inner world truly like?
    You are so arbitrary.

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    How do you feel about people who think that ESFJs have no individual opinions or beliefs of their own and that they are 100% conformist?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    Are you guys heavy on gender roles?
    I hate them with a fiery passion. But, I'm not sure if that's typical...

    Quote Originally Posted by thoughtlost View Post
    ....I also want to ask: What's your inner world truly like?
    I'm not sure what means... Elaborate?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    How do you feel about people who think that ESFJs have no individual opinions or beliefs of their own and that they are 100% conformist?
    It drives me crazy. Although I am probably a bit more concerned with appearing normal than all of my IN friends, I question and evaluate my opinions. I find it extremely frustrating that people assume ESFJs are all content to just adopt other people's opinions without questioning them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post

    I'm not sure what means... Elaborate?
    I mean, after you're done trying to appear normal and sane xDDD You may look one way to others, but when you're alone or away from any social influences, maybe you feel like a completely different person? ...idk. I realize that doesn't make sense lol. How about an example: So when you're at school you're super friendly and you seem jovial, but as soon as you get home and it's like that friendly person never even existed and a whole other you comes out. Does that happen to you?
    You are so arbitrary.

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    Do you feel it necessary to impose your beliefs on others, or why do you feel the need to so frequently impose your beliefs? That's the thing that annoys me about ESFJs. They think they are right, they think things should go their way, and they push their stuff onto other people. It would be great if you could provide some insight around that topic.

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