It's supposed to be impossible to have an X in your type, so I'd be interested to hear what you think I am. Here are some traits that may or may not be useful:
-At least online, I tend not to get along too well with INTPs. It's a mystery why they would think so, but they seem to consider me too emo or touchy-feely. Or something like that. It's a little confusing to me.
-I have a keen eye for logical fallacies. I automatically sense when something a person says does not add up or when I'm presented with a weak argument. Armed by this and moral convictions, I used to be an active online debater and was pretty good at it, at least compared with my opponents. I no longer debate, though, because it all seems so trivial and subjective that there's no point in stirring up drama over it.
-I'm annoyed when people cling to rationality. I value reason as a tool, not as a box to put myself in. I use reason often, but reason is a means to focus my beliefs and imagination, and to analyze and predict things with, not an ideal or an end in itself and certainly not an arbiter of truth.
-In real life I have an aura of being serious and proper (there's something stereotypically British about it, although I'm American), tempered by a hint of gloominess. At the same time, I can be silly and eccentric, which is a side of me seen by few people.
-I'm fairly indifferent to society and larger groups, and far more concerned with the individual. In groups my natural instinct is to side with the underdog. I loathe herd mentality and have a tendency to be suspicious of groups and associations. My main problem with them is that they encourage conformity, which is something I hate. I also dislike the way groups tend to have little sympathy for those who don't fit in, particularly since I'm often in that position.
-My feelings are by far their strongest in relation to other people. When I'm by myself, I tend to run dry and go a little numb. I depend almost entirely on others for my emotions, which, since I'm isolated, means I'm emotionally dead most of the time.
-As an adolescent, I was sensitive, moody, and guided by values rather than logic. I've changed since then, so that I'm far more focused on logic. If I'm not a Thinker now, I'm close to it.
-My internal world is not very orderly. I don't relate to the people who describe there being structures and maps in their heads. I have a vague sense of frameworks and principles in my head, but they're more on a gut level than something tangible or prominent.
-While my cognitive processes suggest I'm a Perceiver, I almost always score as a J.