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Well, The INTJ person are like to be reserved, idealist and brilliant people but I would like to know what activities they prefer.


I will start first :proud: I like to read, daydream, reflect alone and create ideas.
 

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Sex, games, thinking, food, thinking, games, gym, reading, sex, video games, writing, thinking, doing experiments, playing games, eating food, maybe sex as well.

Something like that I guess.
 

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I absolutely love to write, read, play the violin, dance, organize, be in plays and musicals, cook/bake, research, contemplate deep topics, and daydream.
 
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good point.

I have no defined hobbies. this is sad from one point of view, but i have made it a goal to gain the right knowledge. so it's what i do.

But you could say this forum is my hobby, because i ask the lighter questions here.
I joined this forum to get a grip on how other types of people interact with people like me and between each other so I could write about them in terms of motivations. It's been a real eye opener in some respects but oh so very same on others. I notice that as soon as the label INTJ comes into the picture a heap of schemas are set in place for quite a few. It's different to IRL in some respects but in others it's the same.

A psych degree and a love of writing is exactly what I'm doing here. There are quite a few writers here, more so than the stereotype scientist. I find that hilarious.
 

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"I eat demons like Mundus for breakfast."

A psych degree and a love of writing is exactly what I'm doing here. There are quite a few writers here, more so than the stereotype scientist. I find that hilarious.
What if one plans to go into technical writing after graduate school? ;)
 
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