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    Wait, love exists? I thought it was only so on the NF forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Wait, love exists? I thought it was only so on the NF forums.
    You think you have to be an NF to love?

    Us Ts might be more rational about who we love but being a thinking type doesn't stop you from the experience

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    (it was a joke.)

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    Online INTP - Lone INTPs love to be singled out in front of their INTP peers - the more positive it is the better. They hate being singled out in PMs. INTPs hate being imposed upon. Think about stupid things. For that matter they think too much.

    Offline INTP - Why is it they are never married? Why do they live with cats? Why are they always single? Clean that damn house. INTPs don't care if I see their trashy ridden house, but they hate investigations into their closet. That door screams 'open me'.

    Online ENTP - Prefers to push the envelope, loves to be asked questions, loves to indirectly act as a teacher. Contrary to my cat and mouse rival style.

    Offline ENTP - No data.

    Online INTJ - Arrogant. Self absorbed. Asks questions that are meant to belittle other types. Acts like a fake robot. They are useful for their single minded opinion. They can explain exactly how, why and specifically why they feel or think a certain way. Very insightful. Caution - bring crowbar to pry information out of them. Responds heavily to randomness.

    Offline INTJ - Arrogant. Belittle them or dismiss them and be done with it.

    Online ENTJ - No data.

    Offline ENTJ - Commands authority. Very aggressive. I can respect them, but I learn to hate them. It is fun to watch their intended goals with people work against them. ENTJs don't run from pressure and buckle before it.

    Online INFP - Pretentious, dismissive and imposing. Loves to be clever. Avoid.

    Offline INFP - Absolutely adorable and loveable. Starts out rocky, but disarms my mental shielding and negativity. One of the few types I would brand a friend.

    Online ENFP - Goofy.

    Offline ENFP - Gets too attached. Destroy.

    Online INFJ - Indifferent. Tolerates my antics. Respectable. Sincere.

    Offline INFJ - No data.

    Online ENFJ - Attempts to earn trust. Just as readily abuses it. Engage and destroy with extreme prejudice.

    Offline ENFJ - Banter. Destroy when they cross the line.

    Online ISFP - Selfish know it all. Too imposing.

    Offline ISFP - No data.

    Online ESFP - No data.

    Offline ESFP - Happy. Talks a lot.

    Online ESFJ - No data.

    Offline ESFJ - Why are they looking at me in a love sick trance?!

    Online ISTP - No data

    Offline ISTP - No data.

    Online ESTP - Sounds familiar, and thus bland and fake. Turns into my rival when cat and mouse begins.

    Offline ESTP - Fun.

    Online ISTJ - Down to earth, light hearted. My goofiness brings out a certain quality I can't describe. My partner, equal and right hand man in gaming.

    Offline ISTJ - Quiet. Doesn't impose. My goofiness brings out a quality - can't describe it.

    Online ESTJ - No data.

    Offline ESTJ - Describable as being black hearted. Thinks they can take my methods and end result, and improve upon them. Thinks they know of a better way. Too imposing. Shouts too much. Cowers before name calling. Hates being told specifically why they are acting stupid. Hates being told to back off. Brings out an extremely calm and controlled rage in myself.

    *Destroy = Shattering an ego
    ESTP - Definition: "Love" is making a shot to the knees of a target a 120 km away, with an aratech sniper rifle and tri-light scope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FC3S View Post

    Offline ESTJ - Describable as being black hearted. Thinks they can take my methods and end result, and improve upon them. Thinks they know of a better way. Too imposing. Shouts too much. Cowers before name calling. Hates being told specifically why they are acting stupid. Hates being told to back off. Brings out an extremely calm and controlled rage in myself.
    So true that last part

    I don't get along with ESTJs but figured I'd make a positive post as there's a fair few neg ones already :P

    Oh and as for ENFPs getting too attached... thats also true in some cases

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    Quote Originally Posted by FC3S View Post
    Online INTP - Lone INTPs love to be singled out in front of their INTP peers - the more positive it is the better. They hate being singled out in PMs. INTPs hate being imposed upon. Think about stupid things. For that matter they think too much.

    Offline INTP - Why is it they are never married? Why do they live with cats? Why are they always single? Clean that damn house. INTPs don't care if I see their trashy ridden house, but they hate investigations into their closet. That door screams 'open me'.

    Online ENTP - Prefers to push the envelope, loves to be asked questions, loves to indirectly act as a teacher. Contrary to my cat and mouse rival style.

    Offline ENTP - No data.

    Online INTJ - Arrogant. Self absorbed. Asks questions that are meant to belittle other types. Acts like a fake robot. They are useful for their single minded opinion. They can explain exactly how, why and specifically why they feel or think a certain way. Very insightful. Caution - bring crowbar to pry information out of them. Responds heavily to randomness.

    Offline INTJ - Arrogant. Belittle them or dismiss them and be done with it.

    Online ENTJ - No data.

    Offline ENTJ - Commands authority. Very aggressive. I can respect them, but I learn to hate them. It is fun to watch their intended goals with people work against them. ENTJs don't run from pressure and buckle before it.

    Online INFP - Pretentious, dismissive and imposing. Loves to be clever. Avoid.

    Offline INFP - Absolutely adorable and loveable. Starts out rocky, but disarms my mental shielding and negativity. One of the few types I would brand a friend.

    Online ENFP - Goofy.

    Offline ENFP - Gets too attached. Destroy.

    Online INFJ - Indifferent. Tolerates my antics. Respectable. Sincere.

    Offline INFJ - No data.

    Online ENFJ - Attempts to earn trust. Just as readily abuses it. Engage and destroy with extreme prejudice.

    Offline ENFJ - Banter. Destroy when they cross the line.

    Online ISFP - Selfish know it all. Too imposing.

    Offline ISFP - No data.

    Online ESFP - No data.

    Offline ESFP - Happy. Talks a lot.

    Online ESFJ - No data.

    Offline ESFJ - Why are they looking at me in a love sick trance?!

    Online ISTP - No data

    Offline ISTP - No data.

    Online ESTP - Sounds familiar, and thus bland and fake. Turns into my rival when cat and mouse begins.

    Offline ESTP - Fun.

    Online ISTJ - Down to earth, light hearted. My goofiness brings out a certain quality I can't describe. My partner, equal and right hand man in gaming.

    Offline ISTJ - Quiet. Doesn't impose. My goofiness brings out a quality - can't describe it.

    Online ESTJ - No data.

    Offline ESTJ - Describable as being black hearted. Thinks they can take my methods and end result, and improve upon them. Thinks they know of a better way. Too imposing. Shouts too much. Cowers before name calling. Hates being told specifically why they are acting stupid. Hates being told to back off. Brings out an extremely calm and controlled rage in myself.

    *Destroy = Shattering an ego
    INTP's do not think too much. You think too little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    INTP's do not think too much. You think too little.
    Actually Ti is our Auxiliary function

    Se to handle this crazy world

    Ti to think things through

    No need to be jealous.

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    You win <Serious Face>.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    INTP's do not think too much. You think too little.
    I commend you for your ignorance, but your response is pathetic. Do you honestly expect me to believe you, or to even change my mind when you haven't even backed up what you say?

    Let alone in response to my own opinion? When you've learned about the real world come back to me.
    ESTP - Definition: "Love" is making a shot to the knees of a target a 120 km away, with an aratech sniper rifle and tri-light scope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FC3S View Post
    Offline ENTP - No data.
    35 inches, that's all I am saying, 35 inches !
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