Check those options you agree on. The survey is anonymous.
Excuse the typos.
The most meaningful interaction ensues from revealing one's true self.
Being genuine and real is important, but there's got to be some character play involved.
With a medium as insignificant as an internet forum, who bothers to be real?
Real, true people are real characters - they never waver in their style of expression.
Real people exhibit change and development in their style, and they question themselves publicly.
Playing a character in here is a detriment to our understanding of type.
Some of the people in here are fake.
Playing some character, perhaps a type stereotype, gets and approval from the forum members.
I would like to know the level of genuinety of every poster.
I don't take anything seriously, it's all play.
Too many people in here maintain too good of an image to be "true" in any respect.
Character players are mostly found in the E category as opposed to I.
Character players are mostly found in the N category as opposed to S.
Character players are mostly found in the T category as opposed to F.
Character players are mostly found in the P category as opposed to J.
Someone who acts consistently as type X gets my respect.
Someone who acts a type consistently makes a service to the forum.
It is an insult to a person to question whether they are real.
Many people in here feel like they've been lifted off a book.
The concept of type can be detrimental to people if it hinders development and change.