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Wow. Mää oon hyvin rajalla oonko intj vai intp, mut nää kaikki (tai, no, melkeen kaikki) fit me perfectly

Stuff INTPs say<< Wow, this is pretty accurate, except for the last one.

Judging vs Perceiving #INTP

Judging vs Perceiving enfp me

INTJs VS INTPs : how to tell the difference

Makes INTJs sound pretty lame compared to us super-nerds B) I will say that some of this I know to be inaccurate about myself and an INTJ I know, but then, nobody fits in a box.

Introverted thinking #INTP - This is me (INTP) and my dad (ISTP) -- explains both perfectly.

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Introverted thinking - This is me (INTP) and my dad (ISTP) -- explains both perfectly.>>I like the Sherlock quote!

INTP....mostly accurate

This is the most accurate INFJ thing I have seen, all of this is soooooo me!

This goes through my mind more times than I'd like to admit. I do, however, know when to keep my mouth shut and my expression neutral.

I've had multiple conversations like this with my ENFP friend. So accurate.

Scary how true this is. "Maybe, maybe I'll make you wait for an answer"  was my response because I couldn't see a ring and he wasn't on bended knee ... Wasn't sure if Josh was for real about the proposal ... Haha, my bad (& yeah .. Sobbing once I realized that it was a proposal)

MBTI types reacting to a marriage proposal I'm an enfp but my reaction is probable more like the esfj to this.

Seduce an INTP lol

INTP - Personality - Meat snacks is the most accurate thing I've ever read.

XNTP: When I first read this, I think the "sarcastic" threw me off a bit. I'm not a fan of sarcasm when it's something serious (sarcasm is greatly fun when it's not serious to either party. It's passive-aggressiveness if it is a serious matter). Introverts tend to be more passive-aggressive than extraverts. So an INTP would hit sarcasm before an ENTP, usually. But both are operating on Ne "what are the possibilities" and Ti "why". So if someone says something that seems a bit off, we…

All spot-on, except that my step 1 is that I /stop/ asking "why", stop asking for clarification to understand your underlying reasons - or, I suppose, it could be a prelude to step 2 as described here.

All too true. INTP was the first type I got and I always read other descriptions and think, "That's me, too." Maybe I'm not totally one, but this is still my primary.

I totally believe I'm an INTP, but love to read new things about my type. I have confidence (usually at the wrong times). And I only sometimes feel loneliness.