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INTJs only, please!
I want to find out if INTJs share certain preferences for objects, places, and other stuff.
So, please answer only if you are an INTJ - any other participants would make the poll invalid.
Thank you.
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So, here's what I would like to know, dear INTJs:
DO YOU LIKE...

1. Hybrid cars?
2. Classical music?
3. Tea?
4. Cats?
5. ABBA?
6. Steampunk art?
7. Wallabies?
8. Honey?
9. Calvin & Hobbes?
10. Europe and Scandinavia?
 

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1. Hybrid cars? I prefer roller blades. Maybe bicycles.
2. Classical music? Yes.
3. Tea? Yes.
4. Cats? Yes.
5. ABBA? Not sure what ABBA is.
6. Steampunk art? Yes.
7. Wallabies? Not sure what Wallabies is.
8. Honey? Yes, in my tea.
9. Calvin & Hobbes? No.
10. Europe and Scandinavia? Yes, excluding Norway.
 

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1. Hybrid cars?
Nope

2. Classical music?
Yes

3. Tea?
Sweet tea yes

4. Cats?
lolcats yes

5. ABBA?
nah

6. Steampunk art?
Yes

7. Wallabies?
Meh

8. Honey?
Meh

9. Calvin & Hobbes?
No

10. Europe and Scandinavia?
Europe yes, Scandinavia meh
 

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1. Hybrid cars?
Nope.
2. Classical music?
Yes.
3. Tea?
Yes, coffee is better though. Way better.
4. Cats?
No.
5. ABBA?
No.
6. Steampunk art?
Yes.
7. Wallabies?
Isn't that some sort of small kangaroo? I haven't considered it.
8. Honey?
Too sweet.
9. Calvin & Hobbes?
Ah yes.
10. Europe and Scandinavia?
I live in Scandinavia, and I like it very much. As for Europe: sure.
 

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1. Hybrid cars? no,not really they are so hard to service them
2. Classical music? no it makes me fall asleep of boredom
3. Tea?depends on what kind
4. Cats? ya cats are kool
5. ABBA?no
6. Steampunk art?no
7. Wallabies? ya totally
8. Honey? sure
9. Calvin & Hobbes? ya of course
10. Europe and Scandinavia? what about them
 

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DO YOU LIKE...

1. Hybrid cars? Meh. Have their good and bad points.
2. Classical music? It's tolerable, as long as noone sings.
3. Tea? Usually yes.
4. Cats? Yes.
5. ABBA? No.
6. Steampunk art? Yes.
7. Wallabies? Yes. But why Wallabies?
8. Honey? Yes.
9. Calvin & Hobbes? Meh.
10. Europe and Scandinavia? Sure.
 

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1. Hybrid cars? sure
2. Classical music? yes
3. Tea? yes
4. Cats? yes
5. ABBA? what?
6. Steampunk art? sure
7. Wallabies? yes
8. Honey? yes
9. Calvin & Hobbes? yes
10. Europe and Scandinavia? never been there besides England. I liked England.
 

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1. Hybrid cars? Yes
2. Classical music? Yes
3. Tea? yes
4. Cats? yes
5. ABBA? i don't dislike them ...
6. Steampunk art? No
7. Wallabies? Neutral.
8. Honey? I don't hate it but i don't like it either.
9. Calvin & Hobbes? Yes
10. Europe and Scandinavia? Neutral but I like the Scandinavian weather, I'm not not a big fan of sunny days
 

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1. Hybrid cars?
Sure...

2. Classical music?
Yes (Debussy)

3. Tea?
Yes. -Love- matcha in desserts.

4. Cats?
Big yes.

5. ABBA?
I don't care either way.

6. Steampunk art?
It's fine, but I don't seek it out.

7. Wallabies?
Sure? I hadn't thought about them very much. Prefer wombats.

8. Honey?
Yes.

9. Calvin & Hobbes?
Another big yes.

10. Europe and Scandinavia?
Yes and yes. Esp Denmark and Norway.
 

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1. Hybrid cars?
Sure, why not.

2. Classical music?
It depends on what sort.

3. Tea?
Ehh. Only if it's super sweet. Apple Cinnamon Tea is nice, I hate green tea.

4. Cats?
I'm a dog person. Hate cats.

5. ABBA?
Not particularly.

6. Steampunk art?
Steampunk art is okay. I prefer modern art and the twisted wonder of Tim Burton, though. Grotesque and distorted.

7. Wallabies?
They're... okay...

8. Honey?
Not really.

9. Calvin & Hobbes?
I prefer Garfield.

10. Europe and Scandinavia?
Huh?


Yeaaa. I have a very particular taste in things.
 

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1. Hybrid cars?
No.

2. Classical music?
Yes.

3. Tea?
Yes.

4. Cats?
They're ok.

5. ABBA?
Not particularly.

6. Steampunk art?
Eh.

7. Wallabies?
Yes.

8. Honey?
Yes, but I recently changed to agave nectar.

9. Calvin & Hobbes?
Of course.

10. Europe and Scandinavia?
Generally no. But that's a very broad question so take my answer with a grain of salt.
 

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Threads with actual point and value. That's what I do like.
And I like well made food and all the other things granted to please a human being with human instincts. And all the things that show human ingenuity used to protect our environment.
I also like to help people, and see other people extend a helping hand to those in need.
But this sort of list threads you seem to make I can not find it in myself to like.
So here I reply now in hopes of you OP @Tahini to perhaps next time tap into something creative and make a discussive thread that does not have a checklist on it. If you have particular interest to inter compare interests at least compose a sentence or two, with some background to why you have such interest, what in it appeals to you and why you wish to have input on such points in particular.

@david What is your favorite tea?
 

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1. Hybrid cars?
Never tried driving one myself, but maybe.

2. Classical music?
Definitely.

3. Tea?
Yes, but mostly only green tea.

4. Cats?
Guess.

5. ABBA?
I googled this and the almighty internet told me it was a Swedish pop group. So no.

6. Steampunk art?
Yes, but I can get bored of it if the colors are always bleak and dull.

7. Wallabies?
No.

8. Honey?


9. Calvin & Hobbes?
Oh, yes.

10. Europe and Scandinavia?
I've only been to some parts in Western Europe and yes, I liked them. Rural Germany was gorgeous. My opinion of Scandinavia is pretty neutral.
 

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10. Europe and Scandinavia?
I've only been to some parts in Western Europe and yes, I liked them. Rural Germany was gorgeous. My opinion of Scandinavia is pretty neutral.
When you Google Sweden and their approach to international conflicts and world war 2 you will appreciate that coincidental statement more.
 

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1. Hybrid cars?
No. Not enough power in the engine plus no one has yet to devise an equitable plan to covering the loss of tax revenue by lowering gasoline consumption (I live in the USA). Where do you think the money to maintain public roads will come from if the purchase of hybrid vehicles increases? Should the electric company charge that tax as well as the gas stations?

2. Classical music?
Yes, mostly, but are you talking about music that is generally instrumental or the period of music from 1750 - 1820 that is labeled Classical? I don't particularly care for Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, for example, nor do I like most of Mozart's works.

3. Tea?
Yes, Earl Grey, hot.

4. Cats?
Yes. I have two of them.

5. ABBA?
No. Disco-era music, spouse swapping, and anything else that reminds of something I dislike even more is a big NO from me.

6. Steampunk art?
No. Do you like pre-Raphaelite art?

7. Wallabies?
Why would I have an opinion on wallabies? Do you like raccoons?

8. Honey?
Yes.

9. Calvin & Hobbes?
No.

10. Europe and Scandinavia?
What about them? Their history? Culture? Geography? Governments? Too vague to answer.

Why such random questions?
 

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I like tea, I can't drink coffee as it makes me jittery.


Wallabies? I'm probably the only one on this thread who sees them on a regular basis....they are just part of the landscape to neither like or dislike. They are less dangerous on the roads than roos but we don't have any big kangaroos where I am.

The questions are mostly neither here nor there.

If you are looking for similarities between INTJs you will find that it's probably just best to stick to ways in which we process information. We are all from different parts of the world with different lifestyles, likes and dislikes.
 

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2. Classical music?
Yes, mostly, but are you talking about music that is generally instrumental or the period of music from 1750 - 1820 that is labeled Classical? I don't particularly care for Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, for example, nor do I like most of Mozart's works.
What puts you off about Mozart's work? I find his work whimsical but he had his moments of genius and true talent was there somewhere which he mustered up every once in a while like any creative type. surely some of his works are just bravado and can be heard from it but also you can easily tell when he did take it seriously.
 
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