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  1. [INFJ] Fascination with absurdity, surrealism, and the dark side of humanity

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    Original idea from reddit: A fascination with absurdity, surrealism and the dark side of humanity : infp ) I suppose in the grand scheme many of us have lived relatively sheltered lives. That isn't to say we haven't experienced challenges or even trauma, but rather that there are soo many...
  2. [INFJ] Interesting Things to Dive Deep Into

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    Hi Everyone (: I am an INFJ with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. I tend to have these phases of obsessive researching on subjects that fascinates me. Some things I have gotten into and why are: Hormones: This fascination was sparked when i was reading about how women with higher estrogen...
  3. ASMR - My latest fascination

    What is ASMR? (see Wiki's answer) How do others describe it (Listen here about that funny feeling) (The Good Feeling No One Can Explain) ASMR is not Frisson There are blogs about ASMR: ASMR Experiment Heather Feather That Unnamed Feeling People are tweeting about it...
  4. [INTP] Fascination With The Dark

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Throughout my entire life, I've had a fascination - and varying levels of identification - with the dark side of humanity and all things evil. As a kid, I would be enthralled with the Nazis. I liked learning about the war, yes, but most of my interest was with the insane ideology. I loved...
  5. [ENTP] Are ENTPs and INTJs fascinated by each other? do the other groups have this interest?

    ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    On my Top 5 Super Villain thread I noticed a pattern; ENTP's lists consisted of a lot of INTJ's and INTJ's lists had several if not all ENTP's. This brings questions to my mind. I mean, for me the realization of this fascination came from the dialogue and image of a fictional INTJ that I had...
  6. [Enneagram Type 5] Morbid obsessions

    Type 5 Forum - The Investigator
    A trademark of fives is fascination with morbid, and/or macabre things (or as my friends like to call it, "messed up sh*t"). I have seen this tendency in myself. My dad would tease me that he wishes I would read books about happy things instead of Hannibal or Nietzsche. He's not particularly...