thread will probably be deleted by mods but here goes.
Recently took the (((meyers briggs))) again since being in middle school (i'm 30 now) and tested as an INTP. Began looking into the type and the descriptions fit me extremely well, almost eerily similar to how I act and feel about life.
Basically, any decision or position on a situation can't be made by myself without considering every possibility (leaving no stone unturned), even if you think you know what you will "choose", an Intp MUST consider every possibility from every angle before arriving to a conclusion about anything or else they won't feel like they have closure on the matter and will get anxiety over it.
Without going too in depth, basically, every edgelord wants to be an INTJ because they're described as the "logician", but INTP are similar to the INTJ except the INTJ craves the closure that the INTP avoids and thus comes to conclusions about topics, decisions, life faster than the INTP, for better or for worse. The INTP takes into account all the same facts that an INTJ would, but their Ne (extroverted intuition) drags this process out, in some cases, for months, years, or even decades, depending on the issue in question.
Like other NPs, INTPs often have a love-hate relationship with their Ne. They love the fact that it helps them remain open-minded and grasp the bigger picture. But living with Ne also has its challenges. For one, it can make it difficult for INTPs to arrive at firm conclusions or make important decisions. It often seems that at the very moment they are feeling good about a given conclusion or decision, their Ne steps in and causes them to start doubting it again.
INTP is a rare M-B type (not the rarest but one of the rarer types), but it's my theory that Holla Forums users disproportionately express the INTP archetype. Only this archetype's strange combination of aloof wanderlust when it comes to Truth, imbued by their dominant introverted thinking (Ti), and the constant second guessing of their 'conclusions' which lead to the potential of overriding mainstream views caused by the ever-intruding extroverted intuition (Ne) can eventually end in somebody being obsessive enough about a topic so taboo such as holohoax exposure, and arrive at such a socially unacceptable position after weighing ALL of the evidence at their disposal (and believe me, the INTP spends an unhealthy and inordinate amount of time giving values and weights to seemingly incomparable things in order to make decisions. If it takes you 4 hours to buy a pair of pants you might be an INTP).
Any thoughts on this, and has anyone ever done the test or tested as an INTP? I know there are people who are going to say the test is created by jews but it's based off the work of Carl Jung, who was decidedly gentile.