Here’s How Drawn You Are to the Bizarre, Based on Your Personality Type

While some people are more interested in things that comfort them, others are drawn to the more bizarre or unusual things in life. Many types are prone to an interest in all things strange and find themselves drawn to certain unusual traits. Here is how interested you are in the bizarre, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs are often very drawn to anything that seems a bit bizarre, and find themselves bored by anything to ordinary. For the INFJ things that seem hard to explain or understand, are often more interesting for them. They find themselves intrigued by anything that needs a bit of uncovering to truly understand the many layers, and often relate to this. For the INFJ things that others are often nervous about, seem more worthwhile to them. They don’t want their lives to be boring and predictable, instead they find themselves wanting to uncover the unusual things life has to offer.

ENFJ

ENFJs often find themselves interested in things that seem bizarre to others, wanting to uncover the many layers that exist. ENFJs often feel a little bit bizarre themselves, and this makes them more intrigued by things that are out of the ordinary. Anything unexplainable is actually more entertaining for the ENFJ, and they find themselves drawn to these things. They are sometimes bored by people or things that are too ordinary, and would much rather be around those that are a bit bizarre.

INFP

INFPs are absolutely drawn to anything that seems a bit bizarre to others, since they find more comfort in these things. INFPs might feel strange themselves, almost like they cannot quite fit in with ordinary people and things. For the INFP anything that is often unusual, sparks their interest and makes them all the more curious. They are well aware that things are often much more complex than they seem, and the things that are strange are simply more interesting and possess depth.

ENFP

ENFPs are extremely drawn to the more bizarre things in life, and find themselves more at ease around the strange and unusual. They often feel a bit bizarre themselves, capable of making others like them but never really feeling like they belong. ENFPs enjoy things that are strange and unpredictable, and often find there is more depth there. For the ENFP anything that is bizarre is often a puzzle that they must figure out, and will often enjoy the process of doing so.

 

INTJ

INTJs do find themselves drawn to things that seem a bit bizarre, mostly because they want to learn what they can about them. INTJs dislike being ignorant or unaware and always strive to learn about anything they don’t understand. When they discover something that seems bizarre to others, they often want to uncover the truth behind it. For the INTJ many things that are strange might even become something they are more intrigued by themselves.

ENTJ

ENTJs might be a bit nervous around things that are very bizarre, but at the same time they want to learn more about it. They prefer to understand things in their world, and don’t like being left in the dark. When it comes to whatever the ENTJ finds to be bizarre, they often feel more at ease when they can understand that thing better. They dislike feeling ignorant, so the ENTJ will do their best to observe and uncover the truth.

INTP

INTPs are naturally curious people who enjoy being able to uncover the truth wherever they can. When they witness something that is bizarre to others, the INTP is often extremely interested in this. INTPs usually feel a bit strange themselves, almost like they don’t feel quite at ease with people who are too ordinary. They enjoy finding things that might be bizarre to others, and enjoy being able to understand these things better.

ENTP

ENTPs do find themselves interested in things that are bizarre to others, since they are naturally curious people. Even things that might frighten others, can often be more intriguing for the ENTP. They want to learn whatever they can about the world, and enjoy things that challenge them in new ways. ENTPs don’t mind diving into things that are odd, especially if they feel like there is something to be gained from learning more.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs often enjoy things that bring them comfort, so anything too bizarre can be unpleasant for them. They prefer to focus on the things they know and understand, instead of the things that are out of their comfort zone. For ISTJs anything bizarre can often mean that it cannot be trusted, so they can become uneasy with this. ISTJs simply have a hard time trusting the things they do not know, and can be somewhat guarded people.

ESTJ

ESTJs often try to stay away from things they don’t completely understand and feel comfortable with. They can be rather guarded people, and don’t want to take risks on the things that seem overly strange and out of the ordinary. When something is too bizarre the ESTJ is often nervous about this, rather than drawn to it. They want to focus on the things they understand and can take care of with full efficiency and pride.

ISFJ

ISFJs enjoy focusing on their close loved ones and the things they understand naturally. ISFJs can be a bit uneasy around anything that is too bizarre and might have a hard time trusting these things. For the ISFJ it is better to focus on things that they know well, and enjoy keeping the peace in their environment. Anything that is too strange or challenging to understand can cause a disruption in the harmony of their loved ones, so the ISFJ is often uneasy with these things.

ESFJ

ESFJs can often find themselves interested in things and people who seem a bit bizarre, simply because they want to understand them. Their empathy often causes the ESFJ to look beyond the surface and feel the presence of others on a deeper level. While they do feel intrigued by things that are a bit strange, there are times when the ESFJ is more interested in what they already understand and are comforted by.

 

ISTP

ISTPs are curious people who enjoy being able to jump into anything that excites them. They aren’t afraid of things that are bizarre or strange, as long as they seem to spark their passions. If the ISTP finds something special in the bizarre, they will not be afraid to allow themselves to be drawn to it. They simply follow what feels right for them in the present moment and don’t allow themselves to pull back.

ESTP

ESTPs aren’t afraid of things that are a bit bizarre, especially if they find themselves intrigued by this particular thing. ESTPs aren’t drawn to something simply because it is bizarre, they simply live in the present and allow themselves to go after whatever feel right for them. They don’t like being held back by others, and will definitely allow themselves to dive into something that is bizarre to others if it feels right to them.

ISFP

ISFPs aren’t afraid of things that are a bit bizarre, they simply want to follow their hearts. They allow themselves to go after whatever sparks their passions, whether it is something terribly ordinary or something very bizarre. ISFPs don’t want to let anything hold them back in life, instead they want to live in the moment and enjoy each day before it passes them by.

ESFP

ESFPs are curious people who allow their hearts to guide them and dislike being held back by responsibility. If the ESFP is intrigued by something that sparks their passions, then they won’t be afraid that it is too strange or bizarre. ESFPs are lively, loving and passionate people who want to live their lives following their hearts desire. Even if something seems too bizarre for others, the ESFP won’t walk away if it feels right for them.

 

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