How to spot a fake geek guy:
- says robin is useless
- says aquaman is useless
- worships batman bc batman is invincible
- doesn’t “understand” superman because he’s not relatable or interesting
- makes “hero vs hero” posts
- probably smells like axe
The first time I saw this, I cried laughing. Literal tears down my face.
I retook the Briggs-Myers test for about the upteenth time, but this time I got a 1% judging
Which means I have little to no preference when it comes to judging VS perceiving. Which actually sounds much more like me cause I tend to take it situation by situation
So maybe I should just say I’m an ENFJ/P?
Hi! Given INFJ's natural role as empaths, is it odd for us to have a massive untapped propensity for unkind or cruel words? Interpersonal conflicts are incredibly rare occurrences for me but I've noticed that I can say unnecessarily cruel things to someone when the one sided ad-hominems start to fly. These things always go unsaid, even if they're similar to what I think or feel about someone.
There’s some common phrase like ‘tempt not the anger of a kind man’ that I think rings true here. Truly kind people who hate conflict tend to hold back a lot of anger until it explodes. It isn’t really a healthy way of going about fighting because we can cause unforgivable damage once we start letting everything out. The best way to fight is to bring up issues peacefully as they arise and not to bottle them up. (Also, your love language is probably ‘words of affirmation’ which is why you are skilled at expressing your frustration via verbiage. But on the plus side you are probably also good at complimenting others, writing poems or lyrics or love letters, and overall expressing your adoration through language.) Just be sure to either walk away from a fight until you’ve cooled down to talk things out peacefully or better yet, be sure to bring up grievances before they explode.
This is something I’m still not good at so do as I say and not as I do.
Conor Oberst - Night at Lake Unknown
A pretty mix of folk and country, Conor Oberst made one of the more captivating albums of the year. Every song glides smoothly into the next and you’ll be surprised when it’s over, thinking you missed something important.
Hey you know what isn’t that great to me?
Train’s new album
Fall Out Boy’s “Miss missing you” would make a great country song