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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    J's are somewhat anal retentive about many things. P's are very anal retentive about few things.
    This sums up my own brand of perfectionism nicely.
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    J's are somewhat anal retentive about many things. P's are very anal retentive about few things
    yes

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    Yep, Liquid Laser wins the topic as usual.
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    I most certainly am a perfectionist. It is a curse.

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    It's not logical to be a perfectionist. It is logical, and quite ideal, for me to try as hard as I can on something that's important to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lastrailway View Post
    I think it depends on the person, though Ps are more likely to be perfectionists with things they care about, while Js can be perfectionists with just about everything.
    It really depends on the person, though.
    What do you mean by it depends on the person?

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    I am a perfectionist about the things that matter most to me, everything else no.

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    Sometimes I'm perfectionistic; sometimes I'm careless; sometimes I try hard and produce the mediocre; sometimes I barely try and produce the exceptional.

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    I'm a perfectionist...

    ...until my "Ohh! Shiny!" instinct kicks in and I go wander off to find my new obsession.

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