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“rabbits” by perhydrol
In a dangerous world, you must fight to survive. The streets are full of snakes waiting to do you in as soon as you let down your guard. Even the most innocuous person can be a wolf in disguise so don’t underestimate them. Here is why each of the 16 MBTI personalities can be a danger to you.


INFJs can conceal their true feelings from others and project an image or facade that is deceptive. They can be like social chameleons, reading the people they interact with and modifying their own behavior to effectively blend in. The INFJ can pretend to be obtuse and harmless when in fact they notice and pick up a lot of information about people that can be weaponized against them. INFJs have a strong will and can shift from being altruistic to Machiavellian when it comes to fulfilling their ends.

Dangerous INFJs: Osama Bin Laden, Adolf Hitler, Leon Trotsky, Ruhollah Khomeini, Chiang Kai-shek


INFP can sometimes be very calculating despite their ethereal and impressionistic temperament. Others may not realize how analytical and observant they can be which can contribute to a compounding of internal strife and festering contempt unbeknownst to others. Anger may consume them until finally they lash out without warning. The strength of an INFP’s convictions can make it very difficult to talk them out of something irrational or crazy they believe to be “right” or “good”.


INTJs are dangerous because they can go the distance in staging an elaborate plot and actually get away with it. They aren’t called masterminds for nothing. INTJs are good at research and are able to find out lots of things about people. In person, they also have a tendency to retain specific details about what people say and do long after those people have forgotten. INTJ can keep score and log everything they observe on the hard drive of their mind for later reference. This why they are able to connect the dots that lead to insights long before anyone else would notice.


INTPs refrain from saying a lot of what enters their mind. This is often to other’s benefit because INTPs can say some pretty scathing (and accurate) insults that cut straight to the heart. INTPs can be a bane to insecure managers who do not appreciate the INTP calling out the fault in their reasoning in front of everyone and making them look like an illogical schmuck. INTPs are dangerous because they can piece together the most cryptic clues and uncover secrets and substantial information they were not meant to know. INTPs are also capable of intense anger when dealing with senseless people.


ENFJ is dangerous because they seem to know everything about everyone while in many ways remaining mysterious to others. They can get you to open up to them and divulge personal details that they can later blackmail you with. Their warmth and congeniality can be something upon which some people depend as a source of comfort and encouragement. When ENFJ withdraws from their normally sunny temperament and become judgmental and harsh, it can be emotionally devastating to others who thought they could do no wrong.


There is more than one way to skin a cat and ENFPs can think of more ways than most people could. ENFPs are dangerous because they can be manipulative and win people over to their side using charm and charisma and sometimes wrap them around their little finger. ENFPs can acquire power and influence because of this and once they have it, it can be used responsibly or irresponsibly. ENFPs fortunately, tend to have good values which they stick by. Against their enemies however, they can be surprisingly cutthroat and will not hesitate to permanently remove truly toxic people from their lives.


ENTJs are dangerous because they can run a tight ship and crush their competitors with it. They are very competent and whatever they set out to do, it is wise not to bet against them. They have an enormous amount of belief in themselves and they have tremendous vision and perseverance to allows them to bring to fruition grand ambitions others would not have thought possible. You do not want to have an ENTJ as your enemy.


ENTPs have the ability to gaslight and cause others to second guess what they thought they knew. The ENTP person routinely recognizes a manifold of alternatives and contingencies that allow them to anticipate and find loop holes and work around restrictions put up against them. They can create clever mouse traps that ensnare others while evading the tricks set against them. The ENTP can be like a cunning con artist in their ability to manipulate and fabricate tall tales.


ISTJs are dangerous because they can float under the radar but pick up on a lot of what goes on around them in a covert, fly-on-the-wall kind of way. Others may forget ISTJ is even in the room because they are so quiet. ISTJs can become unmatched in their efficiency and quickness in completing tasks thanks in part to their focus and planning skills. If an ISTJ wanted to commit a crime, they will likely formulate a perfect scheme that is well thought out down to the smallest details.


ISFJs are dangerous because anything you say and do can and will be held against you forever until the end of time. ISFJs can be long suffering and forgiving but they have their limits and once reached they can shift from nurturing caregivers to bitter termagants. The ISFJ due to their long memories will never forget that embarrassing thing that happened to you and they can use that knowledge to blackmail you. They can hijack your conscience and send you on a guilt trip all the way to the edge of the milk way galaxy.


ESTJs are dangerous because they are so very competent and effective at almost anything they do. Their natural leadership ability allows them to just waltz in and take over the show, but others tend to appreciate having someone who seems to know what they are doing. ESTJs are able to acquire power and status through their rocket-propelled career path and are likely to occupy positions where they get to make important decisions that affect many people.


ESFJ has their finger on the pulse of the groups they participate in. They have an ability to manipulate the group’s opinions of an individual and make everyone hate them. ESFJs can be two-faced and may appear loyal to some people when really they are loyal to someone else. Even though they are warm and friendly, ESFJ’s egotism can compel them to become petty and stoop to new lows when trying to stamp out their competition or people who threaten their popularity or status.


It’s easy to underestimate ISFPs because of their quiet and good-natured temperament. But they are also capable of intense emotional outbursts which can take others by surprise. When they are spurned or wronged by someone, they are capable of going to great lengths to exact revenge. ISFPs may turn crazy when they get burned by someone and can attempt to humiliate or publicly shame them in retaliation. They may lash out in rather immature ways and impulsively say and do vicious, hurtful things they may later regret.


While an ISTP is not necessarily a sociopath, their lack of emotiveness and emotional responsiveness can make them appear like one. ISTP can detach themselves from their feelings and become cold and unempathetic. At worst, they may exhibit antisocial behavior where they act out impulsively with little regard for their action’s impact on anyone else. ISTP’s can figure things out very quickly and are able to beat others to the punch and they’re very daring and willing to take risks others are too afraid try.


ESFPs can use their sway and social clout to ostracize and marginalize other people. Although they are super friendly and happy, ESFPs can become mean and spiteful against those who wrong them. They have power through popularity and to some people they can do no wrong. When ESFPs receive to much acclaim, all the attention can go to their heads and they can become self-aggrandizing. It can lead to ill-advised and impulsive decisions and their impetuous, in-the-moment mentality can sometimes backfire and land them in hot water.


Like ESFJ, ESTP can leverage their popularity and social currency to turn everyone against you. ESTP is very persuasive and adept at compelling others to see things their way. Because of this, ESTPs are able to get away with things most people could not. They can use Jedi mind tricks and distract people with their charm and slick talk while causally picking their pockets and relieving them of their wrist watch and wallet.

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