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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    I wasn't wholly joking. I've found it rewarding for myself to research all aspects of the theory with equal fervor, so I attempt to impart a bit of intellectual curiosity by doing these "false" typings.
    How does that work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tine5 View Post
    How does that work?
    (Like your avatar by the way!)
    Thank you. It is of @Chanaynay's good taste.

    It works like planting a seed does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    Thank you. It is of @Chanaynay's good taste.

    It works like planting a seed does.
    Cowboy Bebop is awesome!

    Seed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tine5 View Post
    Cowboy Bebop is awesome!

    Seed?

    Yeah, man. Cowboy Bebop is the shit. I still haven't finished the series, always felt like I could keep the spirit alive forever by not watching.

    Hm. Haven't had much an interest in that film, but I should check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    Yeah, man. Cowboy Bebop is the shit. I still haven't finished the series, always felt like I could keep the spirit alive forever by not watching.

    Hm. Haven't had much an interest in that film, but I should check it out.
    Me neither, got about halfway, but going to watch the rest before the new year!
    Oh you'd probably like it if you like the idea of planting ideas and also nice visuals!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tine5 View Post
    Me neither, got about halfway, but going to watch the rest before the new year!
    Oh you'd probably like it if you like the idea of planting ideas and also nice visuals!
    Yes. I'm waiting for both seasons on Blu-Ray, sometime in 2014 I hear...

    I like nice visuals. And planting ideas. Practically made for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    Yes. I'm waiting for both seasons on Blu-Ray, sometime in 2014 I hear...

    I like nice visuals. And planting ideas. Practically made for me.
    Definitely a must watch for you then! I personally enjoyed it a lot! (Will now stop being off topic here).
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsumatachi_san View Post
    I didn't realise you were joking.


    Hm, what exactly makes you say that? Can you elaborate? One thing I find is that I'm not particularly sensitive, so I'm not easily offended or hurt by others.
    I've searched http://www.personalitypage.com/INFP.html and found nothing about INFPs being sensitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    INFP. SO INFP. You want me to elaborate now, don't you? How about a question instead. Why is it that you aren't offended easily, do you think?
    Hm, I guess I think everyone's entitled to their opinion and probably saw something I didn't, so I tend to take everything into consideration. I beat myself up about stuff, but it would be hard for people to get to me, probably due to getting used to it throughout school.

    Quote Originally Posted by superunknown View Post
    I wasn't wholly joking. I've found it rewarding for myself to research all aspects of the theory with equal fervor, so I attempt to impart a bit of intellectual curiosity by doing these "false" typings.
    I've studied dominant Fe types a fair amount over the last couple of months because I thought my sister might be one. At one point I vaguely considered it, then read it through again and laughed at how much it didn't sound like me. I try to keep things equal between me and others, so I don't feel indebted to them, but I tend to forget things that make good hosts, like my sister always offers drinks when my friends arrive whereas I don't even think about it. She also goes out of her way to help others out with their work or life, whereas I'll give them some advice but I leave it at that. I'm not good at comforting people.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    I've searched http://www.personalitypage.com/INFP.html and found nothing about INFPs being sensitive.
    Hm, I've seen comments like these before:
    http://www.personalitypage.com/html/INFP_per.html
    May be extremely sensitive to any kind of criticism
    May perceive criticism where none was intended
    http://oddlydevelopedtypes.com/INFP
    A word or act that another type might brush off can be damaging to a soft-hearted INFP. By the same token, criticism should be approached with particular gentleness and consideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsumatachi_san View Post
    Hm, I guess I think everyone's entitled to their opinion and probably saw something I didn't, so I tend to take everything into consideration. I beat myself up about stuff, but it would be hard for people to get to me, probably due to getting used to it throughout school.
    That just clinches the INFP more to me.

    For instance, by contrast, a NT is less likely to be offended because they aren't offended by someone telling the truth (if they're right) or think people are friggen idiots (if they're wrong) so their opinions don't matter.
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