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    Tricks for INTJs to experiment with:

    When you really DO need to work but ENFP is annoying you with their constant unnerving unconditional love and need for validation:

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    "It is not hands that summon us. It is desire."

    I want nothing to do with that puzzle box. Nope. Nope. Nope

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0bl1gatory View Post
    "It is not hands that summon us. It is desire."

    I want nothing to do with that puzzle box. Nope. Nope. Nope

    Just sayin'. Keeps us busy.

    (EDIT, to make ENTP jealous.)

    *POUT INTENSIFIES*

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    Last edited by angelcarnivore; 02-22-2017 at 07:14 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelcarnivore View Post
    When you really DO need to work but ENFP is annoying you with their constant unnerving unconditional love and need for validation:

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    It's cute, and I love it, but it can be trying.

    That being said, what's the best way to turn down an ENFP? I was in a slightly awkward position earlier today because I had to turn my down when she asked if I wanted to go eat outside with her at lunch (just the two of us). I felt bad because she was by herself then in the band room.

    *Reasoning*
     

    I kinda wanted to but it would've been better to no. She has a boyfriend (who goes to a different school, my ex best friend because of their relationship, long story) and I like my lunch table and my friends there. They would've given me shit for going and sitting with her and leaving them and it would've been emotionally weird for me because I have feelings for her and it would've been similar enough to a date to make me sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RexMaximus View Post
    It's cute, and I love it, but it can be trying.

    That being said, what's the best way to turn down an ENFP? I was in a slightly awkward position earlier today because I had to turn my down when she asked if I wanted to go eat outside with her at lunch (just the two of us). I felt bad because she was by herself then in the band room.

    *Reasoning*
     

    I kinda wanted to but it would've been better to no. She has a boyfriend (who goes to a different school, my ex best friend because of their relationship, long story) and I like my lunch table and my friends there. They would've given me shit for going and sitting with her and leaving them and it would've been emotionally weird for me because I have feelings for her and it would've been similar enough to a date to make me sad.
    Y'all need Yandere-waifu training.

    Oh, uh *spoiler warning*. We are perfect wife material, it's just the courtship's a bitch, and you decide to wait because you took mommy and daddy literally when they said to wait. So you inevitably settle and marry the nice girl who won't put out except to make babies because she took them literally too... which is convenient at first, because she doesn't bug you and isn't interested in your extra curricular activities. Then the Madonna/Whore complex sets in big time, and you start having distressing thoughts about your intentions about the sweet innocent young things in your care a bajillion years later when you realize this wasn't what you signed up for, and... well, remember those guys who dropped the mask and got villainized? Those were INTJs in their ISTJ disguise. (SURE, the percentage is that low, O Kings, O Ye Mighty.) So you think you can fix an ESTJ or an ENTJ into your dream girl- because you're afraid you're actually the bad guy.

    (*Extravertedly Sensing ((because she activated 8th cognitive function intentionally)) all the frantically waving lurkers, but doesn't care. The door cracked. Imma talk you through this.)

    But you're not the villain. You're Eros to our Psyche. You're the Creator God who builds civilizations. And you fricking beautiful bastards *always* try to hide your dream girl under the bed or in a dark alley, or away from the fricking loyal SUBJECTS because how dare they see you're human and deserve love too, amirite? Of course I'm right.

    Ask her to the table, announce she's your friend, and if someone has a problem with that, your rich parents will pay for the dislocated jaw ENTP. And ESTP, DON'T YOU DARE. MINE.

    You know the "Mine" growl? I know you do.

    That's how you save her. Everytime you see her. She'll excuse herself to cry and hug her knees in private. Make stabbing motions at ESTP. F* that guy, INFP and INFJ will share him. You might true loves who never ever ever have sex. You might be true loves who take over the world and you'll bang nightly and she'll wear the *cheerleader costume*. But she'll always love you unconditionally and she'll wait, like you'll wait- although the reasons are very, very different- at the heart of it, you'll never MEAN to hurt each other.

    She's an ugly duckling. If you make her wait but keep her close, she will work her ass off to the perfect size 6, and your love will ease her face into beauty. She'll look better in the school girl uniform at 40 than the ESFJ could in diamonds, Kate Spade, and *shudder* J.Jill.

    ENFP wears a mask, too. She'll do the soft sell and let you lay the rules. That's how the pagan Gods did it, and boy does ENFP know about such things. She researched while you were working because you dropped a hint while closing the door. She won't tell you, and that's fine. She'll learn your damn language and now she's safe in her room, learning and discovering. Just the way you know she should have been back in high school.

    Sure, there will be teeth marks and bruises sometimes- you're powerful and she's bloodthirsty- but it won't be abuse- both of our types are just really clumsy.

    EDIT: If you make it clear that your social circle is your family, and if she's your wife, she will adopt all of them.

    ALL OF THEM.

    And ENFP would never kill her children. She might death stare them into submission, but she'll protect them and share that intense amount of attention on all of them for you. You know, while you're working and can't keep an eye of them.

    GIVE THE ENFP A PUZZLE. ENFPS LOVE PUZZLES. Remember that old yarn about that guy and the Sphinx? She's the Sphinx.

    (Same for male ENFPS, if you're into them. I'm only gender specific here because I'm speaking from a female perspective, being one.)
    Last edited by angelcarnivore; 02-22-2017 at 08:20 PM.
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    Go find an ISTJ to abuse...

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    Are we your orbiter type or something? I thought this topic was going to be something relevant.

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    Also, why does this feel like Hellraiser?
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