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    Heh...every 7 seconds or so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    ^ Why do you hate INFPs?
    why do you infer that i must hate INFPs?

    i didn't assign value judgments to any of that stuff.

    i don't hate any one type, especially not INFPs.

    i do like to make fun of those i am close to. i have quite a few INFP friends.

    all of them are secret perverts that love pie, i tell you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phthalocyanine View Post

    ...all of them are secret perverts that love pie, i tell you.
    Shhhhhh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phthalocyanine View Post
    INFPs pretend to be less preoccupied with sex than they are.

    INFPs like fatty foods.

    INFPs usually really like at least one band or genre that hasn't been considered cool or considered at all in at least 10 years

    INFPs have nerdy collector tendencies but they don't usually fess up to it like some NTs do.
    These are quite specific no? And who doesn't like fatty foods really

    I definitely agree with the first one though. I am very much the archetypal 'lady in the streets, but a freak in the bed' stereotype. I have friends who have slept with exponentially more people than me, but consider themselves less interested in sex and having a lower sex drive than me and they don't even know the half of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thessaly View Post
    I am very much the archetypal 'lady in the streets, but a freak in the bed' stereotype. I have friends who have slept with exponentially more people than me, but consider themselves less interested in sex and having a lower sex drive than me and they don't even know the half of it
    Our oh so lofty ideals and morals often trump our carnal desires...but under the right circumstances
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    ^Uh word to that. I love surprising people with that though.

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    Experience. Ever been sucker punched from behind?
    No. But metaphorically, yes I suppose LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by phthalocyanine View Post
    why do you infer that i must hate INFPs?

    i didn't assign value judgments to any of that stuff.

    i don't hate any one type, especially not INFPs.

    i do like to make fun of those i am close to. i have quite a few INFP friends.

    all of them are secret perverts that love pie, i tell you.
    Listen, it's a well-known fact that anyone who says anything bad about INFPs hates them with a passion and therefore can't be taken seriously.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lost verses View Post
    ^Uh word to that. I love surprising people with that though.



    No. But metaphorically, yes I suppose LOL
    Ah, well I was speaking literally. Years of experience being in positions where it was a possibility have left their mark.

    I no long allow the metaphorical version to bother me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adoamros View Post
    I'm an INFP with typical Ne/Fi dominance but I find that I'm usually on strange grounds with other INFPs. I value NFs for their creative ideas but I don't find myself being as people-focused as them. I've read many INFP descriptors and while I do fit them fairly well I don't like it how they're made out to be incredibly fuzzy. I used to fit into that 'INFP nice guy' mold, and in ways I still do but I've found it to be useless and a doormat invitation. Maybe I'm a bit jaded from the times where my INFP selflessness has doomed me but I consciously strive to avoid that particular infp mold and be a bit more set-apart.

    My INFP/ENFP friends are always immediately ready to help one person but this neglects something else (another person or objective that needs to be done). I've been on both sides with them, I don't take it personally anymore but I'd wish they'd think before they drop everything they're doing just to help someone to get friend-points (or whatever it is), because when you're the thing they drop you can't help but guess who or what they consider valuable or more important. I hope that made sense.
    Yeah. Many descriptors don't put any emphasis on how we like to explore the dark side of things. If you look at my favorite films and music, it's filled with a lot of melancholy stuff. Most people even close friends and family don't know how attracted I am to sadness. They know bright, friendly neptunesnet, but they don't know how much darkness balances me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    Yeah. Many descriptors don't put any emphasis on how we like to explore the dark side of things. If you look at my favorite films and music, it's filled with a lot of melancholy stuff. Most people even close friends and family don't know how attracted I am to sadness. They know bright, friendly neptunesnet, but they don't know how much darkness balances me out.



    Very much so.

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