[INFJ] ::What we DON'T have in common!!

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    ::What we DON'T have in common!!

    What are some things about yourself that separate you from other INFJs?? hehe..

    Let's see how much we DON'T have in common lol.

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    This will probably be a short list. :oP

    Anyway, I seem to be more introverted than the average INFJ around here. I really wish I knew some irl to compare to better though.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    YESSS I wish I knew more INFJ people in real life too. I don't even know if I do. Even if I do it's only like one person maybe. According to descriptions of INFJs, I think I might be a little more extraverted. I'm not sure. I tend to be really social and funny, and confident.. sort of. I also tend to relate to a lot of people even though I'm all weird. At least I like to get to know people. I always feel if I'm around a person next to me and we aren't talking I have to initiate a conversation. People tend to not approach me. But my friends and the people I get to know all laugh at my weirdness. I am also pretty spontaneous.. but maybe that's because I'm young.

    However I do a lot of future planning on a grand scale. So it's kind of like I might not care what I'm doing next week. But I have a bigger goal in mind to achieve within the next couple years it's like.. there should be more a balance between the different characteristics. But when I described the different functions to my friends they all said I was INFJ or INTJ.. they know I think a lot, but since I don't express my emotions very much they don't know how intense I feel

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    Unknown Personality

    I murder for money. So I guess that's one thing.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I watch a lot of sports, not as much as I used to when I was younger, but definitely more than the average infj
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by cactus_waltz View Post
    I murder for money. So I guess that's one thing.
    meet me behind the building in the alley tonight. I have a deal for you.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    Quote Originally Posted by bubbleboy View Post
    I watch a lot of sports, not as much as I used to when I was younger, but definitely more than the average infj
    Wow, I don't watch sports at all. Haha this one time I was getting my hair cut at this men's haircut place called Knock Outs, and the hair dresser asked me if I'd been watching March Madness.... and I was like.. What's that?? lol
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I doubt our values are the same.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    this is very subjective, but i'll throw a few random maybes.

    i enter serious relationships with a strong "when it ends," not "if it ends" approach.

    i'm very bluntly honest. if i don't like your hair, i won't lie and tell you i love it.

    i scarcely lie because it is wrong but it's also advantageous in that, when i do genuinely need to lie when it isn't wrong / to keep a personal boundary, i can pull it off easily without suspicion.

    i believe that if i was born male, i'd be an INTJ lol.

    i've taught myself to see "both sides" to an argument even if one person is particularly in the wrong. (didn't used to be this way - i was always so quick to take sides, but my ENTP friend showed me the light ha.)

    i listen to sad songs, watch sad films etc. to MAKE myself cry because it feels.. soothing, i suppose? i don't know anyone else who does this.

    overly withdrawn people really irritate me because then i have to take on the role as doer. ):

    my voice oscillates between quiet, moody & deep, and squeakily varied & booming.

    i find it so hard to identify with women, especially very emotional women or "girly-girls."
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I seem to open up to people more than other INFJs. it's like if you dont talk, I wont talk, but if you make a move first, it will show that you are interested in getting to get to know me, then I will open up to you.
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