My first blog post specifically about my Myers-Briggs personality type is my most popular post of all time, generating tens of hits each day. This little blog is becoming a fairly popular stop for people searching for information about the mysterious, elusive, and complicated INTJ.
In scrolling through the various search terms that have led to my blog, I found a few gems. Others make me weep for the human race.
Some of the search terms are simple and obvious, like “intj relationships,” “intj personality,” “intj pet peeves,” and “intj blog.” Though it’s more than a little unsettling how often people put “INTJ” and “sociopath” in the same search.
Then there’s “how to convince an intj.”
(LOGIC! Why don’t they teach logic at these schools??)
Or “intj single forever.”
There is also “intj are cold.”
(And subject are singular.)
Two people have come to my blog after googling “british intj.”
There’s also “intjs are hot.”
I was intrigued by “can an intj become a christian,” hoping that my blog was able to convince him/her, with a little help from my friends.
I was slightly offended by “the care and feeding of an intj” because excuse me we are human beings not pets, thank you very much.
I was slightly less offended by “intj women are cold.”
I was also kind of terrified by “how are intj made.” Because what.
Perhaps the most horrifying of them all: “intj customer service.”
NO. JUST NO.
5 thoughts on “Looking for INTJs in ALL OF THE PLACES”
“How INTJs are made”?! :) haha!
My first thought when reading the search term of, “How to convince an INTJ”, was: “That’s easy… be right!” :) But, I like your C.S. Lewis/Narnia quote better; logic and efficiency will, typically, convince me, every time. To quote Sherlock Holmes: “…when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?”
“The care and feeding of an INTJ”?! What?! LOL!! That could also read like a little instruction stick stuck into a plant’s soil in a store: “Do not place in direct sunlight. Water frequently. Keep out of extreme temperatures.”
And please, people… we are “highly functioning” sociopaths, not your normal ones. ;)
Hahaha funny :)
Ahhh customer service!!! There is no way, just no way!!!
I assure you it is possible, and the toll it takes from my soul is immeasurable.
‘Obviously’–Sherlock has spoken :)
(p.s. aahh his smile…)
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