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    That quote makes no sense and seems rather defensive given the context.
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    I'm beginning to think INFP too, now. You need to know yourself well before typing, best advice I've taken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    You misuse logic horribly. It's genuinely painful to read.

    Do you have OCD? You mentioned being obsessed with this stuff (which doesn't seem like an exaggeration). Sometimes you come across a bit manic. If you have any kind of mental disorder, type becomes irrelevant, and can even be unhelpful.
    Greenfairy's weirdness in my opinion comes from being Ni dominant and the OCD tendencies are common for INTJs and also INTJ has Fi which greenfariy seems to use a lot so I say that or INFP. The big question should be where greenafiry's Te falls.

    Though of course for at least for some people cognitive functions may not be quite as reliable of a theory if they are too well developed in multiple areas so idk.

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    Could be. Her posts generate the same kind of response that I often experience with INTJs.
    I don't see Ne either. She takes it all so seriously, and literally.
    I think as someone else has said, she has ranked the functions according to which ones she "likes" and that has informed her choice of self-type. It's kinda useless to take tests after you have a little theoretical knowledge. It inevitably corrupts the result. I guess the fact that she first tested INTJ (before having any exposure to the theory) is telling too.
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    Being "obsessed" with this issue (her words) plus concentrating so much on functions seems to have led to the inability to see the forest for the trees.

    In addition to what seems like a complete dislike for being typed a F. Which, no doubt, would cause extreme problems, possibly manifesting just like this, if one IS an F.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Sounds INFJ.
    I was wondering why this wasn't listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    You misuse logic horribly. It's genuinely painful to read.
    That would lead me to believe INTP is less likely. Ti is also tertiary for INFJs.

    I voted INFP though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    I was wondering why this wasn't listed.
    It's suspect to me that only a few were given as options. Like a subtle manipulation.
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    I say infp too. I think she reacts more emotionally than an intj would.
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    I haven't read this thread, and have just skimmed over the final couple of pages of this. So, can only really comment on some things other people have said, but am not in a position to actually 'type' the OP.

    Quote Originally Posted by copperfish17 View Post
    Also, you seem to have a very strange (read: IMO inaccurate and biased) perception of F-ness. For one thing, a "Feeling" preference doesn't automatically make one illogical/irrational/easily swayed by emotions. That's F-stereotyping for you.
    Well, true. I think INFJ makes the most sense for me in the end, as far as me being one specific type. But, those who know me irl would not cite me as irrational, illogical, or easily swayed by emotions. Some of my strengths are actually my analytical abilities and my ability to remain calm/'detached' in more heightened emotional situations. In my personal life, I've even had a couple of T's get really amped up and bothered about my not being emotional when they were upset about something.

    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    It's kinda useless to take tests after you have a little theoretical knowledge. It inevitably corrupts the result.
    Yeah, I would agree.

    I guess the fact that she first tested INTJ (before having any exposure to the theory) is telling too.
    I tested as INTJ before being exposed to the theory; however, I also believe myself to be an enneagram 5w4 sp (definitely sp-dom), both of which impact test results when it comes to T/F type questions and self-evaluation.

    So... bottom line is I think there are many things beyond mbti theory that will influence how one answers questions and perceives self (heck, I don't even take mbti theory very seriously these days)
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