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  1. Suraj
  2. Crossover
    04-17-2014 07:36 AM
    Crossover
    I first discovered it that way by a friend. And another friend of mine told me that she already knew this test and she had a bigger one for her job, so she send me too
  3. treistmanjy
    04-17-2014 02:24 AM
    treistmanjy
    I don't see anything negative in traits like seeking precise language, it's just that some people indulge in it and others don't. I tend to go slim on the details and consequently miss some opportunities but it feels more efficient and expedient. It seems to me that INTPs will continue working on a problem and unearth angles and possible solutions that I would miss if they weren't pointed out. On the other hand that sort of processing can be tiresome for me because it doesn't always lead to resolution. This has been an example of me generalizing. Elaborating is not my preferred activity, I like to move on to the next item.
  4. Crossover
    04-16-2014 08:19 PM
    Crossover
    indeed . it's a conspiracy ! MOUAHAHAHAHHA //SBAFF
    i used to like tests just for fun since i have an access to internet because they're sort of anonymous ... And it's fun sooo. Since i discover this one, i started to study on it ^^
  5. treistmanjy
    04-16-2014 07:31 PM
    treistmanjy
    With very limited exposure and only a rudimentary knowledge you seem like an INTP because of the way you slice and dice your thoughts
  6. treistmanjy
    04-16-2014 07:06 PM
    treistmanjy commented on Mad Romance: ENTP and INTJ love
    I used to get ISTP ten years ago but tests have been darned consistent, minor fluctuations in %s but otherwise stable. Another thought though, if you have convinced yourself (or are deluded in another way) of your type,you can learn to give the answers that will result in your "preference".
  7. Antares
  8. Madden
    04-12-2014 05:42 PM
    Madden commented on How to distinguish Ni and Ne?
  9. InnVersion
  10. Madden
    04-01-2014 01:11 AM
    Madden
    I fooled an INTP!!!!!!!!!!!

    *high-fives self*
  11. Madden
    04-01-2014 01:05 AM
    Madden
    My avi?

    HAPPY APRIL FOOLS!!!!

  12. Palladium
    04-01-2014 12:28 AM
    Palladium commented on "Objectivity" from emotion: What is it?
    "Logic be my ship and emotions my compass." I think that sums it up quite nicely.
  13. Antares
    He made tea for himself and drank half of it. It was in the room we shared but in his space. He didn't clean it for a week and it was starting to mold. I asked him. He said "he had no time" (which was a load of bull because he had time for a lot of other nonessential things). I let it go. Then I asked him again two weeks in. Still no. (See how spaced my requests were). A month later he finally did it. By that time it smelled and the mold got all the tea. I still can't figure out if he didn't clean it because I asked him and he saw it as infringement, or he didn't want to, or didn't see the need, or a combination.

    I didn't want to hijack the thread, but my point is that immature INTx people tend to want the relationship exactly the way they want it, or not at all. I think it's actually rather insidious how some INTx wield their absence like a weapon. "Don't like it? Well I won't talk to you for a week. See how YOU like it! Because you need me and I don't need you!"
  14. Doob
    03-28-2014 06:06 PM
    Doob
    Okay, thank you.
  15. Doob
    03-28-2014 03:49 AM
    Doob
    Hey, may I ask what you did about your health problems?
  16. InnVersion
    03-25-2014 11:14 PM
    InnVersion
    Anything with executive dysfunction is going to kill any J in testing for J, i'd easily imagine. Aspie and ADD-ADHD are at least partly executive function disorders.

    It would boil down to understanding the functions vs dichotomies me thinks.
  17. InnVersion
    03-24-2014 12:00 AM
    InnVersion
    A pole i found elsewhere showed that most Aspies Myers Briggs test for INTJ folllowed by INTPs. 2 to 1 ratio. The other introverts are rarer. And Aspergers is rare for E's.

    ADD is not a "PD" but it's close in terms of disinhibition and finds introverts; but ADHD cousin finds extraverts. Seems fair here, but ADD is far worse to deal with because working memory is slammed with it.

    INFJ and BPD fill the better part of the roster, too, from other sources.

    I'm not familar with the other PDs.
  18. InnVersion
    03-23-2014 01:31 AM
    InnVersion
    Yeah, she posted in the Aspergers thread by Zodd.

    I've had a close INTP friend and he read people as good as myself or anyone else. We used to go double dating and he was an excellent conversationalist for one. He had high Fe and i thought he might be ENTP due to his outgoing-ness but he wasn't Ne dom.

    As far as INTPs not reading people or not knowing the social terrain is pure bunk.

    If someone has a problem here in the social arena then there is something else going on in the head.
  19. InnVersion
    03-23-2014 12:51 AM
    InnVersion commented on Are ENTP the most introverted extrovert?
    one thing that is missed in this analysis is asnivy has Aspergers.
  20. Duke City Man
    03-18-2014 11:44 PM
    Duke City Man
    I saw a couple of your posts on league. I too have wondered about this idea/concept. I only hear guys use it when they think they are not good enough to get a certain/hotter girl. Or other people that notice when a guy is not good enough. I've never heard women actually say that they are out of of a guys' league. Maybe they just think it, who knows?

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