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    INTJ box set, complete with:

    1. 101 ways to break it to them: I'm not socially awkward, I just don't like you!

    2. Standards: why not make life harder for yourself?

    3. Systems building: be lazy in the future, a guide for masterminds

    4. Staying calm: Breathing exercises for when people speak (example; "truth is a personal value of mine", breathing in, "it doesn't need to be held by others", breathing out)

    5. Diplomacy (formally titled 'Walking on Eggshells'): How to speak in Fe while thinking in Te

    6. Love tactics: How to keep your feelings hidden while observing (or how to collect data without giving any)

    7. It's not you, it's me: 1000 excuses for getting time alone, guilt and drama free

    8. Master guide to contingency planning

    9. How to never leave your house

    10. INTJ holiday season survival guide
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    It won't kill you: A comprehensive cookbook full of quick, edible and instantly forgettable meals

    Sociopathy: The logical result of engaging in a world without justice

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    1. If you think I'm nice, you haven't been on my bad side yet
    2. Why talk about my issues when I can pretend they don't exist?
    3. Leadership: I don't really want to be in charge, but everyone else is an idiot
    4. Is this party over yet? I've already befriended all the pets in the house and now I'm bored
    5. The people in my head are more interesting than you are, but I'm trying not to say that aloud
    6. Crushes and subtlety: How to make sure they'll never, ever know

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Digging through the sock pile: a memoir

    Make procrastination work for you!

    The Art of Disappearing at a Party

    No More Road Trips: How to get along with in-laws

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    OMG, these book titles are hilarious. Best thread in a long time.

    Now you all need to write these books for real, except those people whose books are about procrastination.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Self Help/Instructional:

    What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger: How to Ignore Maladies Until They're Medical Emergencies

    When Time Flies: How to Be (Almost) On Time For Work When You Keep Throwing Your Alarm Clock Out the Window

    "No" - The Art of Being Obstinate

    Keeping Things Platonic: How to Keep Male Suitors at Arm's Length by Talking Constantly About Plato

    I Think It's Working: How to Appear Productive at the Office While Doing Absolutely Nothing

    Out of Sight, Out of Mind: How to Ignore Overdue Bills by Pushing Them Through the Garburator


    Is It Five O'Clock Yet?

    When I Grow Up, I Want To Be _____: Confessions of a Grown Up Who Still Can't Fill in the Blank

    What Did I Do Last Night? Nevermind, Don't Tell Me

    TL;DR - Memoirs of a Long Winded Overthinker
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    major reads:
    You Can't Touch This: how to keep the neighbourhood off your emotional lawn.
    You Didn't See That: face-saving hints for klutzes.
    Nothing Personal And I'd Like To Keep It That Way: pseudo-social skills for the introverted

    box set:
    Don't Say I Didn't Warn You: how to train the people in your life to take you seriously the first time you speak, so they never tempt you to say things like this.
    Told You So: companion volume, if the first fails.

    social observation:
    White Knight, Blue Balls: self-explanatory. for heterosexual intj women, anyway.

    Let's Hit It And See What Happens: take this quiz to see if you'd be good at QA.
    Non-Kiersey Sarcasm Sorter: are you sarcastic, goth, or just passive-aggressive? find out!

    ETA aaaaaaaandddd . . . honorary-intj status to the late great james thurber:


    Is Sex Necessary?
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Inventor's Box Set:

    Building a better Mousetrap: How to spend 10 Hours Designing and Building Something to Replace a Job that Takes 3 Seconds

    Inventor's Guide to Hacking Non-standard Uses for Just about anything: 101 Ways to Confuse the Hardware Store Worker with your Next Invention!

    101 Great Inventions that I Thought up only to Discover that they were already Invented

    Help Wanted: 102 Great Ideas that I need an ENTJ to Implement or an ISTP to Build


    Teaching Other People how to use Internet Search Functions (so they quit asking you the answers to every question)

    Teach Other People how to Ask "The Right Question" a companion guide to "Teaching Other People how to use Internet Search Functions"

    Idiot's Guide to Efficiency: Ways to Maximize Time for being Lazy.

    Bathroom Book:
    Lunchtime Conversations with my Coworkers
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    • Grand Strategy in the 21st Century
    • Cosmo-Politics: Outer Space as Humankind’s Natural Lebensarum
    • Why AI will Inevitably Challenge Humans in a Bid for Global Hegemony
    • The International Political Economy of Coffee
    • Competitive Arena: The Myth of the Global Community
    • The Echoes of Tulipmania in Modern Financial Markets


    • The More Things Change the More They Remain the Same
    • Is War ‘The Father of All Things’? Conflict as a Catalyst of Civilizational Development


    • A Treatise on Anthropological Pessimism
    • Machiavelli as the Ultimate Humanist: The Universal and Timeless Pursuit of Power, Prosperity and Prestige
    • Reality as a Combination between a Clockwork Device and a Chessboard
    • Sith Virtue: How the Dark Side can Make You a Better and Stronger Person


    • The Esoteric Background of Vampire Lore
    • The Left-Hand Path: The Journey towards Enlightenment goes through Darkness
    • Empowerment and Transcendence in Heretic Schools of Kabbalah

    General Interest

    • How to Read Food and Beverages? Gastronomy as a Reflection of Politics, Geography, History, Economics and Culture.
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    Living with RBF Syndrome in a World of Smiles
    The Discipline of Delayed Satisfaction
    Some Women Are from Mars
    They Don't Wanna Hear It - Offering Solutions in a World that Just Wants to Vent
    Do it Yourself - or They'll Do It Wrong
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