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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    You sound very ignorant calling her dumb because she's not an intuitive.
    its ok, i can put on that hat. can we move past me though? that was not the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I beg to differ.

    She is haughty and takes pride about being a rule follower. She is strict and organized. She's not ISTP.



    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    come on, lets face it she's dumb. she's not an intuitive. and i don't care if i'm not being PC, it's just the truth.
    she's an ISTP. why do you people waste so much time with it on this forum? and the face-typing....that's bullshit, by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post





    Quote Originally Posted by Kristen Stewart
    "Even while starting out I took things very seriously. ... I wasn't a silly kid."
    Quote Originally Posted by Kristen Stewart
    "I was such a rule follower at school. ... If I didn't turn my homework in, I would panic."
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    I don't think smoking weed would necessarily go against the ESTJ MO. I think some descriptions veer too far into behavioralism, and paint them as squares or Republicans. And they don't get at the underlying cognitive attitude. I have a friend who *at least* tests as one, and he used to smoke plenty of weed. The way he even went about growing his own crop was ESTJ-like. He built a little setup in his attic and was growing a lot of it on his own, and it was really organized and neat.. like everything he does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    its ok, i can put on that hat. can we move past me though? that was not the point.
    Sure as long as you know how dumb you sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post





    ya weed smoking and giving the finger = ISTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    I don't think smoking weed would necessarily go against the ESTJ MO. I think some descriptions veer too far into behavioralism, and paint them as squares or Republicans. And they don't get at the underlying cognitive attitude. I have a friend who *at least* tests as one, and he used to smoke plenty of weed. The way he even went about growing his own crop was ESTJ-like. He built a little setup in his attic and was growing a lot of it on his own, and it was really organized and neat.. like everything he does.
    I thought it would be obvious that I was just joking around with that post...but it appears not. So yah...no. Not a commentary as to what I think about ESTJs or any other type for that matter. Moreover...I'm not familiar enough with Stewart to make a guess with regards to type. I don't get the sense she's an extrovert...but that's all I can really say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    I thought it would be obvious that I was just joking around with that post...but it appears not. So yah...no. Not a commentary as to what I think about ESTJs or any other type for that matter. Moreover...I'm not familiar enough with Stewart to make a guess with regards to type. I don't get the sense she's an extrovert...but that's all I can really say.
    Oh.. Yeah, that went over my head then.

    I don't know her type either. Just thought I'd point this out. ESTJs can be stoners too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    come on, lets face it she's dumb. she's not an intuitive. and i don't care if i'm not being PC, it's just the truth.
    she's an ISTP. why do you people waste so much time with it on this forum? and the face-typing....that's bullshit, by the way.

    The irony in your post is so glorious, I could slurp it up like ice cream in a crystal bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    ya weed smoking and giving the finger = ISTP.
    Oh no haha...is that what you thought I was saying? 'The finger' was towards the ENFP who claimed that because she was stupid...she wasn't an intuitive (I thought that was a pathetic thing to say). But okay whatever. Enjoy your thread. I leave now haha!

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