What's your Myers-Briggs?

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  1. Dakota rube

    Dakota rube Senior member

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    ENFJ. If that matters to any of you.
     


  2. tsloop

    tsloop Senior member

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    Intj
     


  3. CaptChaos

    CaptChaos Senior member

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    INTJ

    * moderately expressed introvert (44%)
    * moderately expressed intuitive personality (50%)
    * very expressed thinking personality (88%)
    * distinctively expressed judging personality (67%)
     


  4. Bradford

    Bradford Current Events Moderator

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    I'm an ENFP...

    Confirmed once again by the link

    and a Leo to boot [​IMG]
     


  5. sonick

    sonick Senior member

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    ENTJ

    # slightly expressed extrovert - 1%
    # moderately expressed intuitive personality - 44%
    # moderately expressed thinking personality - 38%
    # moderately expressed judging personality - 44%
     


  6. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Sized Down 2

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    Lots of judgmental SOBs on here, too. [​IMG]
     


  7. skalogre

    skalogre Senior member

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    Lots of judgmental SOBs on here, too. [​IMG]
    LMAO! I am more of a cold SOB myself though [​IMG] ISTJ Introverted 89% Sensing 1% Thinking 75% Judging 44%
     


  8. GQgeek

    GQgeek Senior member

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    intj.
     


  9. SGladwell

    SGladwell Senior member

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    Though I doubt it'll be much of a surprise to anyone who knows the personality codes and knows me, I "score" INFJ. We're supposed to be pretty rare, and more "activist"-y than other personality types.
     


  10. gdl203

    gdl203 Affiliate Vendor Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Ditto.

    Same here
     


  11. Huntsman

    Huntsman Senior member

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    Ditto.

    I am so not surprised there, Fab. Know any available NFs in their mid-twenties/early thirties that you care to send my way? I look good in a suit[​IMG]

    ~ Huntsman
     


  12. whoopee

    whoopee Senior member

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    I must say this all makes a lot of sense.
     


  13. skalogre

    skalogre Senior member

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    I must say this all makes a lot of sense.

    [​IMG]
     


  14. countdemoney

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    I am so not surprised there, Fab. Know any available NFs in their mid-twenties/early thirties that you care to send my way? I look good in a suit[​IMG]

    ~ Huntsman


    Bite your tongue. INTJ chicks rock.

    As far as the NF girls, has no one explained the Death Spiral to you?

    The NT/NF Death Spiral

    The general sequence of events is this:

    Stage 1: NT meets NF. NF is enamoured of NT, falls head over heels. NT is characteristically cautious, but interested. NFs are fun, after all.

    Stage 2: NF appreciates and admires many characteristics of the NT and thus begins to behave more like an NT, perhaps even fooling the NT into thinking s/he is an NT. NT then relaxes, figuring s/he's with a kindred spirit, gets more comfortable with the relationship, starts acting like normal NT self, expecting to be understood.

    Stage 3: NF feels NT cooling off and wonders what s/he is doing wrong. Tries to be more like NT to compensate. This doesn't feel right. NF gets needy and/or begins to consider is her/his duty to draw the NT out of her/his shell, encouraging the NT to express all those feelings buried deep inside. NT doesn't get it.

    Stage 4: NT feels pressure from NFs emotional demands, needs distance to figure things out. (This might be only INTs. I'm not sure.) NF panics, becomes more needy. NT withdraws more...NF needs more...and so on and so on.

    Stage 5: NF suddenly realizes that the reason things aren't working is that the NT is cold and unfeeling or not nurturing or some other horrible thing. Abandons NT without looking back. (This is especially likely with the NFPs.) NT is confused and (sometimes) relieved.
     


  15. Holdfast

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    ^ That's just beautifully accurate, esp. the relieved bit at the end.

    (another INTJ here, though admittedly on the cusp of being ISTJ)
     


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