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This is a discussion on INTJ - The Crackpot within the INTJ Articles forums, part of the INTJ Forum - The Scientists category; Originally Posted by TheMacs If an INTJ so desired, they could devise a plan to entice any girl they wish...if ...
Oh yes, they exist.
[QUOTE=TheMacs;82760]Touche. I can only wish that such a creature exists...i would humbly fall before her, then quickly mask my humility for fear of revealing any weakness.
But like the great quests for Big foot, Unicorns, and Leprechauns...does such an ENFP exist?
Oh yes, oh yes, they exists, they take away your reason and try and make you feel things. Its confusing, but damn if you dont try to make sense of it all. They also invade your personal space and private collections (then tell you how much they like them) and make you meet their friends. Like a Siren.
Beware ENFP's baring gifts!
Let them off lightly. Nothing about INTJs being WRONG all of the time. Always come second.
Just a personal grievance I am airing!
Last edited by Perseus; 07-31-2009 at 06:42 AM.
I rather thought that the rant indicated more about the ranter than the INTJ.
we are our own worst critics...
My husband's an INTJ and I love him for all of those 'negative' things.
*I know others think he's stubborn, but I like that it means he's only doing things because he really wants to.
*I know others call him arrogant, but I find arrogance appealing when there's intelligence, humour and caring underneath it all. I know that all the people he introduces me to will be worth knowing because they can see past his arrogance.
*And I know he's not particularly emotional, but he does sometimes open up to me. Also, he is able to quickly step in for me if I am upset by somebody - he gives me time to pull my thoughts together and then argue for myself. One emotional person is enough for this relationship!