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03-11-2008, 08:24 PM
In relation to the previous thread (To view links or images in this forum your post count must be 2 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.), I was wondering if you could offer another indulgence. Could you describe a person (or persons) that drives you nuts, irks you the wrong way, or whatever and give his/her personality type (or likely type)? I'm trying to see if there's a correlation between INTJs and the personalities that repel them. Again I'll go first.
This young man is emotionally needy. He needs attention, but he doesn't do it in an extroverted kind of way. He will walk up to you and say, "Hey. How you doin'?" even if he doesn't know you. He won't say anymore. You can answer him but he won't continue the conversation (not that I would want to (Wow that was mean! Curse my insensitive T!;D)). He's also "clingy", almost exactly in the dating sense of the word. I make a conscious effort to avoid him, and he follows me. I've been tempted to tempted on numerous occassions to tell him off. Anyway, he has to be a J because he's in a theater class with me and when he tries to be spontaneous, it doesn't work.
My projected personality for him is ISFJ.
Ok, so there is this kid that hangs out with my group and he drives me crazy. He likes to argue, but none of his arguments have any sort of logic to them. He will go on and on with his arguments in an illogical manner. For instance, we once had an argument about book series. He was trying to tell me that he likes reading book series that have no order. I brought up that all series have order, otherwise it would be a collection. A series implies a logical progression. He brought up the Hitchikers trilogy, stating that is was a trillogy with now order. I then tried to explain to him the difference between a nomnitive trilogy and an actual trilogy and he just kept saying, "No, its a trilogy. Thats what its called!" I wanted to hall off and smack him. He is always doing this sort of things. For all I care, I could never see him again and be fine with it.
Also, he is always making plans and breaking them with non-descript reasons. He doesn't just do this with my group of friends, he does this with everyone. He will have made plans with you two weeks in advance and you will find out a week later that he made other plans with someone else through some third party. He never tells you himself.
Besides all this, he generally has no self confidence or personal identity. He lives to follow rules for no reason other than that they exist. I just want to grab hold of him and shake him till he finds his own identity or brain or something. Ah!
His myspace tags him as an INFJ, but I don't know for certain what he is.
03-13-2008, 06:17 PM
There's this girl who was convinced that I'm her best friend because she doesn't have anyone and I'm the only one who would be around her. There was this once, she followed me to the computer lab while I was doing work. She CAN'T be alone. Absolutely can't. I was actually having loads of fun in my solitude without her around, then she had to come and ruin it. I asked very irritably: "What are you doing here?" She started PMS'ing and whined "Can't I be here?" I wanted to tell her curtly 'No, you cant!', but decide that I don't need her all over me demanding that I apologize, or storming off, for that matter. I'm pegging her as ESFP. Scary. I know.
If my ISFJ mom was someone else, I wouldn't even come near her. Seriously.
03-13-2008, 06:37 PM
Trying to figure out a type i've known i least get along with...ESFP, exgf, everything was drama O.O, loud drama, she was the center of her universe...and woe betide you if you stopped revolving around her. Even her family gave me looks of pity. >.> it didn't last long...
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