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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post

    But if you're sarcastic and well-read, you might be an INTP.
    So only an INTP can be sarcastic and well read?
    "No one can be free of the chains that surround them"

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    I'd put that avatar up that says "I speak sarcasm as a second language" but I can't find it right now.

    I fit in like a cheap jigsaw puzzle piece, but the one that has part of the picture peeling off, exposing the plain brown cardboard backing.

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    INTP - funny...that's my husband.

    And I'm well read like a bible from the midwest, worn and dog-eared and dusty with respect.

    Not dissing the bible, mind you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by still water View Post
    I'd put that avatar up that says "I speak sarcasm as a second language" but I can't find it right now.

    I fit in like a cheap jigsaw puzzle piece, but the one that has part of the picture peeling off, exposing the plain brown cardboard backing.

    No No No, you are an INFP, it's not plain anything behind you, it's a tapestry of pure dazzling colour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahara View Post
    So only an INTP can be sarcastic and well read?
    I just think INFP's are too sensitive to take sarcasm, and I don't think they like to read as much, or in the same amount of detail as INTP's.

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    INTP-husband can't read for pleasure, it makes him sleepy. INFP-me on the other hand devour books like...like..."a carpet beetle devours a handsome wool rug".

    LIKE...i'm runnin' outta similies here...hahaha, NEVER!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    I just think INFP's are too sensitive to take sarcasm, and I don't think they like to read as much, or in the same amount of detail as INTP's.
    Well you are wrong, I am VERY sarcastic, and my witty sarcastic jokes have made people cry unintentionally lol

    Sarcasm is my defence, and it's second nature to me, not just to INTP's although they might not feel bad if they make someone cry because of it.

    Some INFP's are very well read too, I am well read, but only in certain genres.
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    Defense is spelled with an "s".

    In your defense, it may be a Proper English-vs.-American English spelling. hehe.

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    I do apologize for my penchant for grammar-whore-ness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahara View Post
    Well you are wrong, I am VERY sarcastic, and my witty sarcastic jokes have made people cry unintentionally lol
    Yeah, that's what I think. And J's can't be sarcastic at all. It just completely baffles us when people say the opposite of what they mean. Goes right over our heads, you know?

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