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Most underrated type IRL MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Most underrated type IRL'
Most underrated type IRL MBTI type
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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 74


INFP - 25
INTP - 17
ISFJ - 10
ISFP - 8
INTJ - 7
INFJ - 3
ENFP - 2
ENFJ - 1
ESFJ - 1

[Famous INFPs]

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 36


5W4 - 15
4W5 - 10
9W1 - 6
1W9 - 3
3W2 - 1
7W6 - 1

[Famous Enneagram 5]

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I think introverts are more likely to be underrated. Judgers fits too well in society to be underrated. Well, I think IxxPs are the most likely to be underrated.I agree with randomguy.

MBTI type of Most underrated type IRL

. ISFJs are seen as very dependable irl, which they generally are. Can't say they are really underrated though.

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.ISFJs are not overrated IRL, more like underrated online.IRL tough I think SJ have a better reputation.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Most underrated type IRL. I would say IRL the most underrated are the INxPs because they are seen as impractical, clumsy, and lacking in will- power.SJs get a bad rep, but they're da real MVPs.Which of the 16 personality types is Most underrated type IRL?.

Probably the inferiors Fe/Te, especially the INP ones. Because society in general are very Fe/Te

Te is kinda hated in liberal Seattle, I think.

Well, here on Brazil definitely aren't :P

See I like this website, a lot of people NOT from the USA. Pretty neat. P-Databank was originally French I think. Also Socionics is mainly Russian I think.

Most people here in the Philippines are Fe-doms and also the values. I have an Intp female friend who is always told to smile more, be friendly, and change her clothing(t shirt and jeans) to blouses/more feminine clothes. And i was always told to stop being absent-minded, I know it's not a good thing but I can't help it. It's a struggle for Intps here, especially for female Intps.

"Talk to people" "Smile" "Cut your hair" "Stop being in the clouds"

everyone who is introvert because for people, introvert = unconfident. But just NO. And everyone who is intelligent lol, cause they dangerous for the well being of the consumer society

Sweden is not quite different, I guess. INTxs are constantly asked her to be more gentle and politically correct with most of what one has to say (if you knew how common SJWs are). "You are rude", "You are creepy", "You should be more social", "Why don't you date? Everyone is doing it", "You should try to be more friendly", "Why are you so quiet?", "Keep your thoughts to yourself".  - Are things people will say to INTx females.  Heathcliff's comment about society being mostly Fe/Te, I cannot seem to disagree. Try throwing an INTJ into an argument with an ESxJ, and things will end up in a disaster. The ESxJ will end up swearing and calling the INTJ inhuman for not sharing the same opinion. Despite the INTJ being Te aux, the INTJ is likely to be misunderstood by the ESxJ that so willingly want the INTJ to be a *humanitarian" human being (based on their own definition). While I cannot say the INTP won't experience any of "this", the INTP is more likely to avoid conflict, unlike the more stubborn INTJ that will not back down once it has been provoked. For instance, it's not uncommon for Swedes expect one to drop the "politeness", calling one shy. A typical comment a swede could make is: 'Nia mig inte, kalla mig för du. Slappna av och behandla mig som din vän'.  The translation is: 'Don't call me you, call me you. Relax and treat me like a friend'. In swedish "Ni" is the polite variant of "Du". I personally do not call them "Ni" out of respect but rather to keep a distance between us, since I do not want to befriend them, to my disadvantage people will automatically assume I am either shy or old fashioned. The way I speak the language doesn't help my situation either, most assume I am an arrogant elitist, I have been called at least three times "dictator" (by ESJs), and I am silent most of the time. I used to get into arguments with people I was expected to consider "superior" due to age or position. As seven year old, I used to be told by both adults and children to behave like a child, often hearing "Act your age", "Stop trying to be a know it all" (the thing is, I didn't even try to appear that), "You are just a child, stop lecturing your adults", "And how are you supposed to know more than me if you are not the teacher?" (I used to read a lot on my own, by myself. I liked to shape my own mind and didn't let others think for me), because of this, I was the opposite of the "teacher's pet". Despite being disliked by teachers, I would usually sit down with them and listen to their worries, offering advice, something  they would seem to "forget". This may sound slightly extreme but I even got hit by some teachers, simply for being different (this all happened in Sweden). I had teachers that would grade me according to my "character" rather than my performance and intellect (I am aware that performance does not equal intelligence). This all continued till the age of fifteen (when I finally started to resemble a teenager, physically speaking, since the thirteen year old me looked like an eight year old that for some reason used to annoy people even more). At age fifteen and up, people began to refer to me as: rude, hostile, elitist, heartless. It wasn't uncommon for teachers to humiliate me in front of others, by calling me names etcetera. I usually see myself forced to speak up for my sibling (a female), since she is quite misunderstood herself and would rather avoid getting into a fight with a person (non-physical). Since she is a quiet person herself, people often assume she they can walk all over her. Whenever I am near her, I will speak in her place and explain what she had been trying to say (people find her confusing), people cannot seem to understand her since she will jump from idea to idea (most have said her thinking is too complex), she is less focused than I am. Whenever one has to be direct, she will look at my way (just eye contact) hinting me to speak instead of her, I am used to being rub people the wrong way, so it doesn't quite affect me. My sister has tested as INTP (taken the test several times on different sites) and it does seem to make sense, in my opinion. My sister still struggles with "You should talk more often to people", "Be more feminine", "Can't you at least show some interest?", "Don't be in the cloud", "You should smile", "Speak human", "You are too robotic" (something she doesn't like to hear).  She has also gotten "Stop wasting your potential", "Are you afraid of showing your potential?" (I personally find this hilarious, but she doesn't enjoy it as much). I will now change the topic (a bit?), though it's still related to the Swedish society. Most of the times I have replied to people on Swedish forums, people are quick to assume I am a Swedish male that comes from a wealthy background (and this is not actually my current reality, if one considers the fact I am a female who is from the middle class and not an actual "swede" ). It's typical for me to get replies along the lines of: "It's easy for you to say cause you are a man that has not struggled in life, you wouldn't understand cause you never been a woman" (this usually leaves me dumbfounded). Another favourite "You are fcking bastard, I wouldn't never date a guy like you" (pathetic, from my point of view. The predictions I gave turned out to be true, most of the time, to their annoyance), whenever I happen to reply with with any "I am a female", I get the "Stop fcking lying". The same thing usually happens quite a lot, over the general internet (my sister gets mistaken for a male as well, but a weaker male). I guess some of you would most likely reply to me with "But you do sound like a female", considering I am being "vulnerable" by replying with this (I do not expect to receive any replies either). Old people have most of the time been more tolerant of me, since they think I am "wise" and "genuine". I am not implying I have not met people that can be fond of me, just merely stating that I am not usually liked by most (this doesn't bother me). While people see a "heartless bastard", I am one of the first that would rush to help a person in need, I wouldn't mind borrowing money to someone either if there is trust between us (since I don't truly care about the materialistic world. My sibling got similar traits).  Ironically, young children and animals seem to be fond of me. I have helped people from not taking their life, solved long conflicts between people that are not close to me, few get to know these qualities of mine (if one could call them like that?). It's not uncommon for me to correct a person's work (if they have asked for advice). I am not sharing this to make myself look better (since that's what people are prone to assume, I do not personally think I am better than anyone else, despite being stubborn and argumentative, from time to time) but to both agree and "explain" how misunderstood Ni dominant can be, despite living among other Te/Fe. I would like to point out that my INFP friends (two that I know of in real life, and another that I got to know online) have indeed fallen victims for being "odd" by other people's standards, they have apparently been told similar things to what headcliff stated. I would like to apologise for making a comment like this,  I guess I got carried away.

Constantly asked here* (I honestly didn't notice the typo).

Underrated in what way?  Anything that begins with I most likely.  

Thanks, Unknown. I'll someday take 4 hours of my life to read this.

Okay, actually took me 10 minutes, which is already not bad for an internet comment, I guess you could have used a bit more structure. I guess you kinda felt like venting or something, it's quite the personal comment.

Most underrated and overrated, 5w4 does it all.

Maybe the being overated online is compensatory for being quite underated in real life.