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The daily conversations of an INTP, an INTJ and an ISFJ + all other things MBTI.

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If you have a question that isn't addressed there then feel free to ask us! 

The MBTI Types Late at Night

ISFJ: Spent 3 intense hours browsing the Netflix only to binge the office all night for the 52nd time

ISFP: Staring out the window and stargazing in a dream-like state

ESFJ: Contemplating all their life mistakes for hours as the night goes on

ESFP: Is probably at a rave 

INTJ: Stayed up past their regular “bed time” to read in peace

INTP: Typing up their master plan in case of a zombie apocalypse at 5am

ENTJ: Dreaming about about being the leader of the mafia 

ENTP: Thought that they could quietly push something downstairs in a laundry basket, it did not go as planned and ended very very loudly

INFJ: Was woken up by ENTP and is just about ready to murder anything that moves

INFP: Fell down a youtube rabbit hole which somehow resulted in watching a video about flat earthers at 3am

ENFJ: Stayed up to console their friends who were having 2am quarter life crisis, also tends to be the recipient of many drunk dials

ENFP: Fell asleep on the couch at 10pm and then woke up and watched TV until 6am

ISTJ: Slept early to allow for maximum efficiency tomorrow 

ISTP: Decided to try and cut their own hair for the first time… it either goes surprisingly well or horribly horribly wrong

ESTJ: Took on too many responsibilities now has to stay up frantically trying to fix everyone else’s mistakes 

ESTP: Snuck out of the house to go to MacDonald’s 

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J vs P Types

J types can be the dumbest smart-asses

and P types can be the smartest dumbasses

and that’s the real truth.

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What mbti is dazai osamu from bungou stray dogs series?


Hi Anon, 

I’m really worry that this ask has been sitting here for god knows how long. None of us here have seen the anime, but I keep telling myself that I will get around to it one day. Hopefully I will.

-INTP admin

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INTX- Floor Food

*INTP, INTJ and INFP are walking. INTP is carrying a coffee cake on a napkin*

INTP: *drops the coffee cake on the sidewalk, picks it up*

INTJ: INTP, you throw that out right now

INTP: *slowly raises it up to their mouth*

INTJ: INTP do not eat that. No

INTP: *takes a giant bite out of it*

INTJ: *sigh*

INFP: Five second rule!!

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Hey there:) I’ve been very confused over my mbti, because besides being an NP, the other two seems to always fluctuate. I need a lot of recharging, I can be very quiet or very talkative to strangers and friends. I‘m often warm and affectionate to others, but I can sometimes be unaware of their feelings or be too drenched in my thoughts to care. It’s been bothering me for a long time so I hope maybe you can give me some insight on that🙏🏻


Hey Anon, 

As per usual, we’re gonna talk about the cognitive functions. If anyone needs a refresher on those, here’s the link to our FAQ page on it.

If by “recharging” you mean alone time to regain energy, then you’re definitely an introvert by MBTI standards. Being unaware of other people’s feelings doesn’t necessarily make you a T type, but you’re likely not an Fe user, which would make sense because none of the NPs are high Fe users. 

So if we’re in between INTP and INFP, I’m gonna borrow some stuff from past asks:

written by our INTJ admin

Starting with INTP, the dominant function is Ti which is logical, analytical, rational and independent. They love to pull things apart to figure out how they work and build giant framework. They can easily identify connections and strive to simply understand. Ti doms tend to be good at puzzles, analyzing information, seeing patterns and picking out details.

Finally INFP’s dominant function is Fi. Fi focuses on their own feelings and values. Understanding what they want and what they believe and using this information to decide what’s ‘right’ and what’s ‘wrong’. This makes Fi very opinionated and because of their strong connection to their feelings, they can get caught on an emotion. They value staying true to themselves no matter the cost. Where Fe is more open with emotions, Fi’s emotion is very concentrated and direct. Because of this, their relationships are very deep and rooted but they have fewer relationships. Fi is known for being extremely stubborn and for expressing themselves through a medium like art or writing.

INTP and INFP have the same auxiliary function, Ne, so both types will show similarities here. Ne is similar to Ni but where Ni builds a linear chain of ideas, Ne creates this giant tangly web of ideas. Deep thoughts and connections are always firing through their mind. It might seem like they jumps from idea to idea and possibility to possibility because of this. They also tend to be creative, visionary, inventive and imaginative.

Written by me:

On a surface level, INTP and INFP differ by one letter, T or F. However when you look at the cognitive functions, you will realize how different they really are. INTP and INFP share the same auxiliary and tertiary functions, Ne and Si, but the dominant and inferior functions are often the easiest to identify, so we will focus on those. INTP’s dominant function is Ti, which is a judging function that compares information to an internal system based in logical consistency. INFP’s dominant function is Fi, which is also a judging function, but it classifies information based on how it makes you feel.

Looking at the inferior functions is also a good way to identify which type you are. I mentioned earlier that INTP has Fe inferior. Now, Fe is about being attuned to other people’s feelings, which can also include catering to them. Since it is INTP’s inferior function, that really just means that they are not very good at this, and it often makes them very uncomfortable. Having Fe as an inferior function has quite the opposite effect, as INTPs are often detached from other people emotionally. This isn’t to say that INTP’s can’t/don’t form emotional bonds with others, but they are likely to only do so with people they are very close with, as opposed to a casual acquaintance. Nevertheless, INTP’s can come across as socially awkward, as they might not have a good sense of how the people around them are feeling, and so they may say things that are out of place, or inappropriate for the situation. You did mention that you don’t know how to deal with interactions, which fits with inferior Fe, but it is important to note that people of all types can be socially awkward, and so it would not be accurate to use this as evidence pertaining to your MBTI type.

INFP’s inferior function is Te, which is all about hard facts, data, efficiency and practicality. This can mean that an INFP’s organizational skills and their ability to make quick decisions are fairly weak. As I said earlier, having a function as your inferior can have quite the opposite effect. This means that INFPs prefer to take a long time to think about decisions before they make them, and probably feel very uncomfortable when they are not given the time they need. They might not have a very good judgement of what is practical, and don’t always think to look at the evidence that supports the idea that what they are doing isn’t necessarily the best idea. For example, an INFP might think that they have enough time to study for a test in 4 days, despite the fact that last time they tried to do this, they ran out of time. To be fair, INTPs can also have terrible organizational skills, but it becomes a question of which one of these do you think affects you the most.

Now what you’ve said does sound like inferior Fe, however I didn’t want to be too quick to rule out INFP. Anybody who isn’t a strong Fe user can have difficulty catering to other people’s feelings, so I’d encourage you to self-reflect and question if you’re simply too lost in your thoughts to bother (more likely INFP), or if you simply don’t want to bother in the first place (more likely INTP). 

Hopefully this information helps, but if not, if you’d like to dive into some specifics we could perhaps provide some more assistance!

-INTP admin

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How INTP Plans for Their Future

INTP: *texting in the group chat, asking a bunch of questions about the universities they applied to*

ISFJ: you’re supposed to research these things BEFORE you apply 

INTP: you expect far too much from me, ISFJ

INTJ: your lack of planning really stresses me out 



*drops future, it breaks* oops 

ISFJ: I SWEAR, gosh darn it, INTP, I want you to have a good future and be happy AND YOU MUST PLAN AND YOU CAN’T JUST SAY YOU FEEL LIKE YOU WILL DIE BEFORE YOU’RE 30!!!

INTP: welp… aren’t we in a pickle now

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Hi! Could you make a scenerio of ENTP girlfriend and ISTJ boyfriend? Love your work xx



Hey guys, for the record, we don’t make up conversation posts here at Just MBTI Things, it’s just not our kind of thing. If we happen to have interactions between ourselves or our friends that we think are post-worthy, we’ll simply post them! 

We have done a post about how the types deal with crushes which I will link here. However, coming up with a scenario and creating back-and-forth dialogue is a whole different thing. If you want to give us a scenario and ask how we think a type would react, for example, that’s a little more within our zone of “expertise”

Thank you,

-INTP admin

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INTP vs ESFP- University Experience

*we all just started uni*

INTP’s parents: we know you’re gonna do well, INTP, but please just make some friends

ESFP’s parents: we know you’re gonna party a lot, ESFP, but please just show up to class

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Hey do you guy have mbti discord?


Hey, Anon

We don’t have our own discord, and we were invited to one once but I wasn’t able to join or something like that; it was so long ago I can barely remember. There are many discord chats that focus on things like MBTI though that can be discovered by a simple google search. Does anyone reading this have any recommendations? 


-INTP admin 

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INTPs are Robots

INFP 1: *telling the group chat about their date*

INFP 2: AHHH why am I crying? This is so cute 

INTP: wait… INFP, are you actually crying??

ISFJ: no, INTP, it’s a saying 

INFP 2: I actually have little tears, I’m not full out crying but yeah my eyes are a bit wet

INTP: the one emotion I truly don’t understand is happy tears

ISFJ: The one emotion? hm… okay, sure 

INTP: I have a decent grasp on most others!

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Hello I recently discovered your blog and it's really very insightful and I was wondering what are your views on an intp Pisces personality since they share quite opposite traita and very few Pisces are intps( I'm one of them)


Hey Anon,

To be honest, we aren’t astrology believers over here at Just MBTI Things. 

For me personally, I was adopted and do not know my real birthday, so I can’t apply astrology to myself and thus largely have no interest in pursuing it. In my opinion, if the system works, I should be able to take what I do know about myself and work backwards to find my signs but since I haven’t been able to find any resources on how to go about such a thing, I haven’t bothered trying. 

We do however recognize that there is a lot more to astrology than the silly monthly horoscopes in magazines and do not wish to disrespect anyone who does believe in it. 

Although I do not know much about astrology, I will however say this: It is perfectly valid if your MBTI type does not “match up” with what is typically expected for your enneagram, astrology sign, or any other form of typing. MBTI describes thought process and not personality. Although you can expect for certain behaviours to be common with a type, it is important to remember that they are not unique to that type. 

I just googled “Pisces traits” and I would agree that words such as “sociable” and “emotional” do *appear* to contradict the Introverted and Thinking aspects of an INTP. However, you can be a sociable Introvert, although socializing should still drain your energy, and you’ll still need time alone to recuperate. You can also be emotional as a Thinking type, provided that at the end of the day, you favour logic over emotions in the majority of your day-to-day decision making. And this applies to all the MBTI dichotomies. 

TLDR: if you have the cognitive functions of an INTP and the personality (or whatever astrology is meant to explain, I’m not sure) is that of a Pisces, yes it may be uncommon but it is A okay.

Even so, it is always good to check your typing with the cognitive functions, however if you are certain, then just because most INTPs have a different enneagram or astrology sign, it doesn’t mean you’re not valid, you just don’t fit the stereotype. 

^This goes for anyone reading who finds that their different typings seem to contradict one another. 

All the best,

-INTP admin

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INTX- INTJ is Clumsy

INTJ: I walked into a wall again :)

INTJ: I mean :(*

INTP: The smiley face kinda works tho

INTJ: Do you think I enjoy bashing my person against solid objects?

INTP: maybe??

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Hi! I'm a small INTP with an ESFJ single mother. Recently I have noticed that she's been very passive aggressive towards me and after I thought about it I realized that she has always been like that and I have absolutely no idea how to confront her about it. Is this even possible for an ESFJ? You don't really have to answer if you can't.


Although you might not expect behaviour like this from high Fe users (ESFJ, ENFJ, ISFJ and INFJ), it’s actually very common. People who are passive aggressive are often so because they are upset, yet they want to avoid conflict but they can’t conceal their emotions OR they want to let you know that they are upset but are too scared to be direct about it so they opt for passive aggression instead. Essentially, they are causing conflict by being passive aggressive, but since they aren’t directly confronting anyone, it allows them to feel better about it.

For reference, I asked for ISFJ’s perspective:

Hey there, Anon! I’m sorry about your situation I understand how frustrating that can be and as an ISFJ I can definitely say that I resort to passive aggression myself and although I know it’s not the best way to deal with things I thought it might be helpful for you to see my perspective and thought process while using it and hopefully it can help you approach the situation better!!

so I think I personally use passive aggression because I struggle with confronting people and feel the need to not always voice how I feel but at the same time I want to release my emotions onto the other person without them fully being aware because I don’t want to directly cause anything even though I realize passive aggression almost always makes things worse. But yeah like I realize if I’m angry in the moment or frustrated that it would be socially unacceptable for me to lash out so I try to tone it down obviously.

and I find that I bottle up my emotions and how I feel for a little bit until it starts to pour out in the form of passive aggression

it’s kinda like this safety blanket rather than me confronting the person or being direct.

and it’s really easy to do which is why I think it happens a lot before I get the chance to think it through and realize the consequences from it and that I could be hurting other people’s feelings by it.

it’s impulsive and a short term relief I guess?

Anyways hopefully that’s somewhat helpful to you and I truly hope that everything turns out okay with your mom and approaching the situation.

-ISFJ admin

As an INTP, I deal with conflict by confronting it head on or by dismissing it entirely if it does not merit intervention. So, in line with that, I think the best way to address this with your mother is to do so head on. The ideal situation would be to bring it up when she is in a better mood, and hopefully more willing to be cooperative. The last thing you want is for her to get defensive so you have to address it nicely. For example, I would say something along the lines of “Hey mom, I’ve noticed that you tend to be passive aggressive sometimes and I would really appreciate it if you would tell me what’s wrong so I can help”.

I wasn’t sure if this was an issue for you or not, but just incase; if you’re having trouble distinguishing what it is that is making your mother upset, and especially if you are wondering what you did “wrong” so you can try to make it better, you should push the issue. If she says everything is fine then just gently say “I can tell you’re upset, is it something I did and how can I make it better?”. The goal here isn’t to shame her for her behaviour but to encourage her to work with you to find a solution.

-INTP admin 

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INTP & ISFJ- Tomato

*it’s 1am, INTP is making a sandwich*

INTP: I’m sad I have no tomato

ISFJ: I have too many mato tomato

INTP: How is one supposed to make a sandwich… with no tomato?? You must bring me one ISFJ

ISFJ: I chuck, you catch

INTP: Just yeet it from your window

(we live 10 minutes away from each other)

INTP: If I had a car, I hope you know that I would be driving to your house to pick up a tomato no joke

ISFJ: And I would be waiting down my driveway with a tomato

*10 minutes later*

INTP: I will pay somebody 10$ to drive to my house and give me a god damn tomato

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i can't decide if whether i am INFJ, INTJ, or INTP. i know they are different types but i feel like i match all the descriptions. i try to research the cognitive functions but i don't know if that's what my brain does (lack of self awareness ig). i am more confident in it being an INxJ, but i tend to procrastinate a bunch and act like a perceiver as well. i'm so confused and i don't know which one i am. i've gone back and forth between them, but now i just want to know!!!


Hi eleonne, 

It’s hard to type yourself if you aren’t really aware of your thought process and there’s a lot of trouble caused by type stereotypes for people trying to find their type. For example you mention procrastination in relation to perceivers but that is a major stereotype of P types and not necessarily true. Js can procrastinate and Ps don’t necessarily procrastinate. MBTI isn’t based on behaviour or how you act but rather how your mind processes and understands the world. Behaviour is linked to this but not exactly the same thing. So when you try to type yourself, try not to focus on your behavioural patterns but rather how and why you act the way you do. I know that sounds confusing so in an attempt to clarify, I’m going to talk about the three types you mentioned and explain their differences to try and distinguish them better.

INFJ: Ni Fe Ti Se 

INTJ: Ni Te Fi Se

INTP: Ti Ne Si Fe

So based off what we see here, INFJ and INTJ are much more similar to each other than INTP however contain key differences. To define these differences, I’m going to focus on the dominant and auxiliary functions (because adding in the other two is going to make this looooooong ask waaaaay too long). 

Ni is a perceiving function (along with Ne, Si and Se) and is very linear in thought process. Its train of thought is deep and focused on reaching its conclusion, a meaning, an understanding, a prediction of the future. It’s an introverted function so its focus is inner thoughts and ideas often separate from the external world, which causes sudden moments of insight or inspiration or ‘instinct’ which is often described. For INFJ and INTJ this is their primary way of reflecting internally and guides their thought process the most. 

Ti is different than Ni in that it is a judging function (along with Te, Fi and Fe) rather than a perceiving function. It’s not quite comparing apples to apples. While perceiving functions define how you take in information, judging functions define how we make decisions. Ti is rational and logical. It analyses a problem and finds what’s wrong and the works in a rational solution In this they follow they logical patterns. It’s also an introverted function and its focus is making a decision and reaching conclusions based on what logically makes sense to themselves, generally independent from external factors and isolating the issue. For INTP this is their primary way of inner reflection and guides their thought process the most. 

As I mentioned, Ti and Ni aren’t the easiest to compare so to help we’ll look to INTP’s auxiliary function Ne. Ne in INTPs isn’t as developed as Ti  and thus isn’t as strong. Te dominant function is the one the one that leads thought process while the auxiliary is the primary supporter of the dom. While the thought process of Ni tends to be very linear and deep, Ne is more like a spiderweb of different connecting ideas with many offshoots. These ideas won’t have the same amount of depth but they are able to consider more possibilities and aren’t locked into finding a result. Ne is an extroverted function so it uses more external thought, creating connections with the external world. For INTP this is their primary way of interacting with the world. For people of these types Ti and Ne work together. As a Ti dom, INTP wants to find logical solutions to problems and to find these solutions they reach for Ne to supply information from the spider web, considering many interconnecting ideas. Ti then sorts though this and finds the piece that fits into the puzzle.

With that, we will now look into the differences between INFJ and INTJ with their auxiliary functions. 

Fe is a judging function focused on making decisions based on the emotions of other people. While the T functions generally aim to solve problems, Fe generally aims to maintain harmony. This means Fe bases decisions the feelings and values of the people around them more than their own personal feelings and values. For INFJ this is their primary way of interacting with the world. As the greatest supporter of Ni, Fe takes the ideas, goals and plans of Ni and sets about working towards achieving them, making decisions based on the insight and values of other people and what is best for the people around them, appealing to their emotions and beliefs. 

Te is a judging function focused on making decisions based on organization and efficiency. Te wants to solve problems by structuring their environment with organized systems and plans. It aims to be pragmatic and rational in accomplishing a goal. For INTJ this is their primary way of interacting with the world. Te supports Ni by taking the ideas, goals and plans generated by Ni and works to achieve them by making decisions based on what is the most rational and efficient, accounting for external factors in the world. 

So yeah. Sorry this is so long but I hope it helps. 

- INTJ admin

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INTP & ESFP- Initiating Conversations

INTP: *standing at a bend in the hallway waiting for class to start*

ESFP: *runs over to INTP* Hi, okay I need your help

INTP: uh sure

ESFP: *drags INTP away from the wall they were standing by* How would you start a conversation with somebody you haven’t talked to in awhile?

INTP: Oof, okay, so you’re initiating the conversation? um… well what for? do you need something from them?

ESFP: no, no I just want to catch up

INTP: Well, you see, I would just never do that. The only time I’d ever talk to someone like that would be if I needed something. I find the best way is to be direct, so I’d just text them like “Hi. It’s been awhile. Now here’s exactly what I want from you.”

ESFP: Well, see, that’s not really gonna work because… *points to where INTP was standing earlier* they’re right over there.

INTP: Ohhh, you mean like talk to them in person. Yeah, nope, I’d never do that, can’t help you there.

ESFP: Dammit, you’re useless. Okay well, whatever. I’m going in

INTP: You should’ve known I was going to be useless!

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Hi could you do the personality types as dinners they'd serve?


ISFJ: Cinnamon buns


ISFP: Tacos


ESFJ: Soup


ESFP: Mac and cheese 


INFJ: Quinoa salad 


INFP: Animal crackers


ENFJ: Grilled Cheese


ENFP: Waffles


INTJ: Dumplings


INTP: French fries and ice cream


ENTJ: Sushi


ENTP: Instant noodles


ISTJ: Lasagna 


ISTP: Spicy pizza 


ESTJ: Fettuccine Alfredo 


ESTP: Fruit by the foot

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INTP's Google Search History
  1.  how to make a diamond in a microwave
  2.  if you get stabbed when do you leave the weapon in vs when do you remove it?
  3. swear words in other languages
  4.  what kind of things can you do with human ash?
  5.  jobs at cemeteries
  6. could you use the internet during the apocalypse?
  7. what would happen to animals during the zombie apocalypse?
  8. how to keep your cat alive during the zombie apocalypse
  9. could you feed human meat to a cat?
  10. if I cut a chunk out of my own leg would it grow back?
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Hello, I'm new in the mbti universe and I don't understand the functions, are they strictly related to your type? I'm an INFJ, do all INFJs have the same order and combination of functions?


The short answer to your question is yes. 

From an older ask: The cognitive functions categorizes thought process and each MBTI type has a corresponding stack of 4 functions. Each function represents something different but also the placement of the functions in the stack of 4 affects its role and how it’s used.

From this other ask that differentiates between INFJ, INFP and INTJ: An INFJ’s dominant function is Ni, which is similar to Ne in the way that it wants to explore ideas, but instead of expanding and branching off, Ni follows a linear thought pattern and narrows down on the idea. This is the first thing you would do when presented with a piece of information. Next, an INFJ’s auxiliary function, Fe, will come in. Fe is all about being attuned to other people’s needs and emotions. Once Ni has narrowed down to the core idea, Fe will make a judgement on it based on how other’s would perceive it. An INFJ’s tertiary function is Ti, which is all about logical consistency, and comparing information to an internal system to determine wether or not it is logical. As previously stated, since it is the tertiary function, it is likely not your preferred method of thinking, and it can affect you in both positive and negative ways. Lastly, an INFJ’s inferior function is Se, which is all about being aware of your physical surroundings and being grounded in the present moment. As it is the inferior function, these would likely be some of your weaknesses. However, if need be, Se can occasionally be useful to you.

Now I’m going to do a bit of a deep dive into some more complex aspects of MBTI so, if you’re ready, stick with me:

As I said in an older ask (and mentioned again in our most recent ask): Sometimes, however, an individual’s personal cognitive function stack can differ slightly from the conventional order of their type. Nevertheless, there should be one cognitive function stack that suits you above the others.

 However, I do feel that it’s necessary to add that for anyone who hasn’t been typed using the cognitive functions, it’s entirely possible that you may have been typed wrong, and you should be open to that possibility. It’s important to remember that MBTI describes thought process, not personality. A lot of the time, people may act as the stereotype of one type, while their cognitive functions are actually that of another type. Especially on the internet, (including blogs such as ours) you may find that you relate more to the humorous posts regarding the behaviour of one type, but that is not indicative of how you think. 

I don’t mean to suggest that you aren’t an INFJ, I just wanted to throw that out there for whoever it may be relevant to. If you’re lucky, the cognitive functions for an INFJ should be perfectly fitting to you.

Here’s a link to our FAQ page on the cognitive functions and also to our new Cognitive Functions Master List which I’m just going to start repeatedly plugging everywhere.

If there’s anything else you’re confused about, send over another ask and we’ll help clarify it for you.

-INTP admin

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INTX First Impressions

INTJ: Did you know ISFJ thought I was really cold when she first met me
INTJ: That’s what people usually think
iNTP: Well my first impression of you is that you were smart
INTJ: My first impression of you was that you didn’t talk
INTJ: I guess we both were wrong
INTP: uh…
INTJ *nervous laughing* Kidding, I’m an evil genius. Clearly. Everyone knows that. *nervous laughing intensifies*

Related posts:

INTJ’s Bad First Impressions

The NTs Before and After you get to know them

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