Originally Posted by Squirelznflight
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Yeah, I just realized how contradictory that must sound. By "stereotypical" I don't mean "curled up in a corner alone all the time" because then nothing amusing would happen. It's more like extreme social impatience.
I mean they'd actually be extroverts, so they'd go out in public to show off their INTJ-ness in order to watch people's reactions and feel important. Then they'd act like an INTJ who really finds all other people stupid and worthless while making those people fully aware of that opinion, leaving everyone else wondering what the heck is going on. Fueled by the reactions/validation, the wannabe INTJ continues following people around and being a prick to facilitate the cycle.
Fortunately, I have never met an INTJ who fit that stereotype. Just wannabe's.