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  1. During the gloomy months, my little Philips light therapy lamp shines on me every morning while I eat breakfast. It provides enough blue light to help me wake up and feel less lethargic.
  2. I was experiencing severe post-shave rashes so frequently that I sought help from a dermatologist. He said the most likely cause of my rashes—which were far worse than your standard-grade razor burn—was a fragrance or botanical allergy caused by root or plant extracts in my shaving products. I chucked all of my shaving products and now use an inexpensive, fragrance-and-botanical-free shaving gel that gives me a smooth shave with no new rashes.
  3. So sad how many mostly younger people have lost the ability and willingness to build and maintain friendships without their social media tools. Sorry you find yourself stuck in this situation, @Antares.
  4. Any toilet with a decent flushing mechanism should remove poo streaks almost all of the time. If your friends' toilet requires manual cleaning after most poops, the roommates may solve the issue by installing a toilet tank repair kit that has a better flushing mechanism. If poo streaks are an infrequent thing because their toilet flushes properly, then, yes, roommate #2 should be grabbing a brush and toilet bowl cleaner whenever there is visible residue.
  5. I have been railing against direct-to-consumer prescription drug advertising for years. A ban on it is long overdue.
  6. From first-hand experience, the Wirecutter-recommended Jarvis standing desk is excellent.
  7. Or a "I am Groot" option.
  8. No forge or anvil in the kitchen = no need to wear an apron in the kitchen.
  9. You either did not read my linked article or you disagree with the police officers' explanations in the article: Just like a lot of the public, a lot of the police want vehicles with: 1) more space for their stuff; 2) AWD for bad weather; and 3) more space for themselves. (For the record, I prefer a vehicle with a low center of gravity and plenty of cargo capacity... which isn't a SUV or CUV.)
  10. SUVs stopped being a fad in my mind when police organizations began to favor them over sedans.
  11. No one needs to wear a lead-lined apron because microwave ovens contain microwave radiation.
  12. You feel a desire to socialize and are using alcohol as your social lubricant. I feel no desire to socialize and, not coincidentally, have never used alcohol. Never = tetotaling-never. Doesn't matter to me if other people drink or don't drink... unless they are planning to drive afterwards. We are both INTJs. What’s the difference between you and me? I was raised as a free-range kid and there were few kids my age in my childhood neighborhood. I learned how to be independent, imaginative, and not be concerned about being left out during the rare group opportunity. Belonging to a group was and is not a life priority.
  13. Your use of the phrase "normal contributor to society" is interesting. It is a way of saying you feel obligated to socialize? Or do you feel a no-pressure desire to socialize more?