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    Senior Member Owfin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SingSmileShine View Post
    Neutral Good: Me in a nutshell. (:
    I am Lawful Good (stereotypical, I know) and love it. It isn't so much me conforming to what society says, but it is about a sort of integrity, because I'll follow through on what I say.
    I don't see any invisible treasure chests.

    • MBTI? ISTJ
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    • Brony? Yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Owfin View Post
    I am Lawful Good (stereotypical, I know) and love it. It isn't so much me conforming to what society says, but it is about a sort of integrity, because I'll follow through on what I say.
    I like Lawful Goods. They have a certain aura to them that makes me feel a bit more secure if I'm anxious.
    Anyway, what a lovely trait to have! Keep it up. (:

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    INFJ: Well, I do sometimes feel it would be easier/funner to be another type. I envy the ENXP's their dom-Ne awesomeness powers and their charmingness and optimism and charisma...-dreams- ...Maybe it's a case of my finding this type of person really attractive (..but then again, I can't imagine who wouldn't! XD); and wanting to be attractive myself, and therefore coveting the qualities I think will make me so. And admire/envy the SP's, too, at times: I really wish I could just let go and embrace the present the way they seem to (working on that inferior Se is in order, perhaps ^^). When my self-esteem's doing better, though, I really like being INFJ, like experiencing life the way I do :3

    4: -wrinkles nose- ...Yeah, I'm certainly ambivalent about 4ishness. A good illustration: I received pretty much the best compliment of my life from a friend online when they said, "I really like the way you think. It's so...un-brooding". (..this friend is INFX 4w5 sx/sp, aka the pinnacle of emotionally fine-tuned brooding-tortured-artistry, so I guess these things are relative...XDD) I was so flattered and happy, because that's the way I aspire to be and come across (..like, 7ish; 8ish too maybe?)...but it does take rather a lot of emotional effort to get to that place. And there's still brooding under the surface <.< Essentially: I do want to be 4, but...without the goddamn emo angstiness! Maybe, hopefully, that'll come with moving further along the path to maturity and self-actualisation...
    (-reading back this para- ..oh, I know what this is. It's the w3 brushing the "ugly" aspects of 4-ness under the rug, as it's incapable of erasing them (yet, anyway). Heh, don't think my 3-ness likes my 4-ness very much..<<;; )

    478: Abso-fucking-lutely not. I love my tritype <3333

    sx/so: Occasionally wish I had the self-contained-ness that sp brings, but overall...Hell no. Sx/so-ness rocks

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