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    Default ENTP

    Edgy, nonconforming, inventive, clever, humorous, and excellent at wordplay/lame puns.

    Can be superficial, facetious, and two-faced.

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    INTP-

    reserved and shy first, can be quiet humorous (especially black humour);
    analyzes everything, interprets even the unsaid words- a mind reader;
    low-energy; can be sluggish and forgetful;
    can show flashes of passion, but does not really want to;
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    Ti- Ne- Si- Fe
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    Intrapersonal with Logical- Mathemathical I.
    Cassification: brunette East- baltid^^

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    ESFP: (no one else here to follow, though )

    fun, happy, silly, realistic and practical

    lazy, can be unreliable, irrational when angry, hate commitment and being bogged down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    ESFP: (no one else here to follow, though )
    That's not true, there's defragmybrain! And introverted-esfp. And maybe like one or two other people. Maybe.
    Jeffster Illustrates the Artisan Temperament <---- click here

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    INFJ

    Reserved at first, then friendly, even passionate. Love language, reading, writing, knowledge for its own sake. Preoccupied with analysis of the human psyche.

    Neglectful gardener, casual housekeeper, excellent baker. Appreciate and encourage the uniqueness of my children. Nature lover, superstore and commotion phobe.
    Proud Female Rider in Maverick's Bike Club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherchair View Post
    INFJ

    Shy, passionate, unpredictable. Love language, preoccupied with analysis of geography of the human heart.
    I agree with all of those except passionate and unpredictable.

    I'm actually rather predictable in my responses once you get to know me. And my passion tends to be fleeting rather than sustained or intense. I can act very passionate during a short burst, but then once I calm down, it kind of fades.

    I like computing, psychology, fantasy, and video games. I prefer to know what's expected of me and don't really like having to adapt rapidly in most situations, although I do ultimately welcome changes that lead to improvement.

    I have a vague fear of being overwhelmed or constrained in unacceptable ways. I think that it's a good thing that there are separate cultures and governments in the world who each do what they see fit, because that allows for people with different perspectives to have havens. I think that that is a good thing... that as humans in general, we're not being pushed towards the same perspective, but are allowed to live according to different ones. This allows us to learn a lot more about ourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jae Rae View Post
    Reserved at first, then friendly, even passionate. Love language, reading, writing, knowledge for its own sake. Preoccupied with analysis of the human psyche.
    I guess I agree with most of this.
    Neglectful gardener, casual housekeeper, excellent baker. Appreciate and encourage the uniqueness of my children. Nature lover, superstore and commotion phobe.
    I don't agree with any of this at all, except maybe casual housekeeper and preferring to avoid commotion.

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    Default ENTJ

    Determined, perfectionistic, organized, hard-working, resourceful, adaptable, direct, ambiverted, quick-thinking, goal-seeking, scientific, independent, obsessive, self-doubting, anxious.

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    ENTJ:

    energetic, organized, realiable, forgetful of details, can be unwillingly rude, original, friendly, ignores problems, always on time, quick on-the-feet thinking (but sometimes not very deep), relaxed, overconfident, not good at resolving confrontation, short-tempered under stress


    [an interesting feat of this topic is that allows us to see the difference between the same MBTI type with a different enneagram preference]
    ENTj 7-3-8 sx/sp

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    Funny, quirky, procrastinater, loves people

    easily distracted by the next really interesting thing, then laser focus until it's become routine.
    What's up universe?

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    no other INTps???
    I...74%
    N...66%
    F... 62%
    P... 72%
    Ti- Ne- Si- Fe
    Te- Ni-Fi- Se
    Ennegramm: 4w5
    Intrapersonal with Logical- Mathemathical I.
    Cassification: brunette East- baltid^^

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