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  1. #71
    INTP

    I love the complicated, logical way you think. I love how you try not to let it show how much you love your family, but it seeps out anyways. I love your "it could always be worse" to my boo-hooing because it pulls me back and reminds me that yes....it could be much worse...what I'm dealing with is not so bad. I love, love, love the genuine smile that crinkles the corners of your eyes that you don't give to just anyone. I love that we are at the place in our relationship that you feel you can be yourself with me. I love you for who you are!
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  2. #72

    An INTJ will probably cringe at hearing the words ''I love you'', or pull this pale-white face of shock and distress in an indirect effort to show that they do hopefully not have to respond to that declaration. It is endearing though, in a way. I love INTJ faces that way.

    INTJ - I love you because you(r);

    - Bring more sense and order to my restless mind.
    - Show me that you understand me by restructuring my monologues and making them more concise, with 15 shortcuts to it.
    - Promises/Words are golden.
    - Are a loyal creature.
    - Intense personality is appealing.
    - Go to bed late.
    - Are fairly consistent.
    - Have slightly better self-discipline than I do.
    - Are always able to understand vague concepts that I visualise and make them more concrete.
    - Are intelligent and have plenty of interesting topics up for discussion.
    - Are reasonably self-confident (even when I see that part is just for show, but I won't let you know that I know okay).
    - Kinda suck at communicating emotions and feels, so that I at least have something critical to bring to the table as well.
    - Don't need to be entertained.
    - Never lose your mind nor act out with possible terrible collateral damage.
    - Remain calm in crises, like me.
    - Are not easily impressed or swayed by others, like me.
    - Are long-term planners.
    - Are open-minded.
    - Are fairly patient.
    etc.

    Most of all I love to do body language with you, provoke you that way, because it is a real challenge. You won't believe how rewarding it feels when it actually works. I'm quite robotic myself in my demeanour, but you do it even better. Makes me feel more alive actually.
    Last edited by nicoloco90; 03-21-2017 at 02:17 PM.

  3. #73
    INTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by Vinniebob View Post

    i'm confused
    we can be loved
    yet we cannot love
    illogical....programming error 0101010101010101
    programming error 010101010101010101010101
    self destruct sequence has been activated
    It's like "I, Mudd" from Star Trek: The Original Series
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  4. #74
    INTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by ThreadDeath View Post
    Your confusion is understandable; the MbtiType class and its descendants are indeed poorly documented and their use widely acknowledged within the community as being counter-intuitive and beneath the framework's standards. (Re-)reading the fine print on Intj may help somewhat clear away your lack of understanding regarding its functionality (relevant parts bolded):


    HTH
    Ya gotta be careful with Liskov substitution: Liskov herself described behavioural subtyping as an extension of Hoare logic.

  5. #75
    INTJ

    Quote Originally Posted by stathamspeacoat View Post
    RE: my signature - someone has to face reality with a brave face and tenacity, even if it means isolation. That's an INTJ for you

    Conversely, only an ENFP could make me take a break from working on a very involved spreadsheet to get me to watch a cartoon song. It reminded me tremendously of my ENFP. And, ironically, made ME sad.

    Funny how these things work: the idea of isolation saddens you, the idea of warmth saddens me.
    sotto voce: *ouch*
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  6. #76

    Quote Originally Posted by g_w View Post
    sotto voce: *ouch*
    It hit home, huh

    Of course you look at this AFTER I change my sig haha I just changed it yesterday

  7. #77

    Quote Originally Posted by stathamspeacoat View Post
    It hit home, huh

    Of course you look at this AFTER I change my sig haha I just changed it yesterday
    Yeah, for clarity, you should repost it if you can remember it.

    And for the record, I'm a crybaby- I LIKE BEING MOVED TO TEARS.

  8. #78

    Quote Originally Posted by angelcarnivore View Post
    Yeah, for clarity, you should repost it if you can remember it.

    And for the record, I'm a crybaby- I LIKE BEING MOVED TO TEARS.
    "He saw the true face of the 20th century and chose to become a reflection, a parody of it.

    No one else saw the joke

    that's why he was lonely"

    From Watchmen, my favorite piece of writing ever.

    My sister (ESFJ) is similar. She loves sending me things with the caption "this made me cry." I can tell just by that that she obviously has a positive association with crying.

    Nothing about crying feels good to me - I would say the thing that moves me to tears most often is experiencing the pinnacle of frustration. So let's get real psychological here (I mean we're in the right place): so tears for me is associated with failure, incompetence, weakness, inability, reinforcing anything scary that I feared but set forth to prove wrong anyways (which circles back to failure,) disappointment (mainly towards myself), etc.

    I cry about "nice" things, too but the initial suggestion of wanting to make me cry will always conjure negative feelings, mainly about myself.
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  9. #79

    Quote Originally Posted by stathamspeacoat View Post
    "He saw the true face of the 20th century and chose to become a reflection, a parody of it.

    No one else saw the joke

    that's why he was lonely"

    From Watchmen, my favorite piece of writing ever.

    My sister (ESFJ) is similar. She loves sending me things with the caption "this made me cry." I can tell just by that that she obviously has a positive association with crying.

    Nothing about crying feels good to me - I would say the thing that moves me to tears most often is experiencing the pinnacle of frustration. So let's get real psychological here (I mean we're in the right place): so tears for me is associated with failure, incompetence, weakness, inability, reinforcing anything scary that I feared but set forth to prove wrong anyways (which circles back to failure,) disappointment (mainly towards myself), etc.

    I cry about "nice" things, too but the initial suggestion of wanting to make me cry will always conjure negative feelings, mainly about myself.
    Yeah, I love you guys, but you take a lot of early childhood teaching *WAAAAY* too seriously. Boys can cry and still be perfectly logical wonderful creatures. *emphatic nod*

    I don't like crying or showing "negative" emotion in public- I either go tharn (stress response renders me mute for the most part), use deadpan humor, or get really analytical. Mainly because E**Js always want to TALK about it or make a big deal about associating it contextually forever- when I'm not that attached to it. Crying, catharsis in general, is either a tool to get pent up emotion out, or as a self-indulgent thing. (Alone time is extestintial crisis time for a lot of ENFPs, which is why we hate it even if we need it.) Also, my type is generous with the love, but stingy and ice queenish when it comes to expressing emotion when we don't wanna. Someone I don't like, I withold reaction from. Now, so OF COURSE, crying buckets means I genuinely care about that person.

    And yes. That quote is sad. Both of our types employ the mask in order to function in the world.
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  10. #80

    Quote Originally Posted by angelcarnivore View Post
    Yeah, I love you guys, but you take a lot of early childhood teaching *WAAAAY* too seriously. Boys can cry and still be perfectly logical wonderful creatures. *emphatic nod*
    haha are you referring to me? I'm not a boy


     
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