She could be INTJ. I wouldn't know. Like I said, I don't think your comments INVALIDATE her as INFJ. That's all. But the T aspect would give more impetus to the impersonal, cold, dark humor. It all depends.No, it was more the repeated preference for reasoned debate, impersonal expression, logical explanation, together with the general tactlessness in groups. These seem more like T-type preferences to me... admittedly many F's break the mould, but to break all of them at once, consistently... tends to suggest they belong in a different mould!
I will say this: I don't see many INTJs insisting they're INFJs, the INTJ would be appalled. I've definitely seen INFJs trying to say they're T's, though.
Actually, I'm being myself rather than trying to accommodate everyone else and always try to anticipate what they're thinking and doing; I'm telling you just what I see.You're flummoxing me too jennifer, actually - you're suggesting agendas and intentions that hadn't even crossed my mind. I started the thread with a totally open mind wanting input precisely because I hadn't reached any conclusions and felt that my 'criteria' had been challenged, therefore wanting info to help revise them! Quite the opposite of what you're suggesting. It's like you've forgotten how ENTP's work
It's a nice tightrope, isn't it? <-- omg, I just used a smiley, I must be an F!
In any case, you're "sparring" with me and pushing back as if you disagree. Hence, I'm just letting myself respond that way.
You can assume that both of us are open, but we're both just challenging each other. I'm sure I sound more J than I am here... or at least, it's the Ji coming out.