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    Maybe we can find some commonalities.Here's how it works.
    Put your type in the title of your post.

    Write a few words describing you. You not your type.

    Next person with same type copy previous description and delete what does not apply to you and then add some descriptions of yourself.


    ENFP
    Funny, quirky, procrastinater, loves people

    easily distracted by the next really interesting thing, then laser focus until it's become routine.
    Enjoys a peek into the psyche of others. Procrastinates like mad. Chaos personified.

    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


    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.

    ESFP

    fun, happy, silly, realistic and practical

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

    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;

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

    Can be superficial, facetious, and two-faced.

    talk first- then maybe think about what was said, curious, high energy, compulsive reader of the printed word

    INFP
    Flamboyant. Independent. Secretly melancholy.

    ISFP
    Reserved but I like to entertain. Creative. Procrastinate. Has a sense of others but sometimes blocks it. Spontaneous. Fun-loving. Passionate. Caring. Loyal. Forgetful of boring obligations.

    INTJ
    Enjoys complex argument. Former Hulkamaniac. Can do the splits between two folding chairs.

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    Default INTP

    Abrupt, cynical, intentionally gloomy. Terrified of looking incompetent, little interest in physical activities, dislikes being in a group unless comfortable with the individuals. Questions the validity of otherwise definitely ascertained facts. Enjoys reading, writing and solitary pursuits. At times overly hopeful about personal future whilst incredibly negative and theoretically nihilistic about global future. Personal morailty based on how viewed by others; likes to be contrary but not unpopular. Tries not to express hopes and dreams to others for fear of ridicule, does not enjoy revealing personal information to anyone below the level of confidant.
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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    Default INFP

    All or nothing/easy_going-perfectionist that listens and laughs to get you to listen and laugh so you can be who you are afraid to be.
    Never-ending sweettooth
    I N V I C T U S

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    ESTJ (not that anyone will respond... EVER... )

    Blunt, oblivious, enjoys going off on tangents, work stamina: like the Energizer bunny, terrible at concealing emotions, likes to keep busy, fiercely loyal to family.
    ~ g e t f e s t i v e ! ~


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    Coriolis: "Is that the ESTJ Serenity Prayer?"



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    Default ENFP

    totally engaged, approaches every new person and/ or situation with open arms and wide eyed enthusiasm...totally excited by the possibilities it could bring.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post

    INTP

    reserved and shy first, can be quiet humorous (especially black humour);
    Lmao. Of all the things they can say about INTP's, they chose THAT :P ? I'm not offended, but I'm laughing and scratching my head at the same time...

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    dude!! it's dark humor..off the cuff...you know...sick and twisted almost...you know??
    not "black" they said it wrong.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    dude!! it's dark humor..off the cuff...you know...sick and twisted almost...you know??
    not "black" they said it wrong.
    Lmao. Ok, I get it now :P . It's fairly accurate either way, as I'm good with both the black and the dark humor :P .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    Lmao. Of all the things they can say about INTP's, they chose THAT :P ? I'm not offended, but I'm laughing and scratching my head at the same time...
    They're not talking about type. Type is a reference point. They are talking about themselves.

    Here is the OP.
    Type Description Wiki
    Maybe we can find some commonalities.Here's how it works.
    Put your type in the title of your post.

    Write a few words describing you. You not your type.

    Next person with same type copy previous description and delete what does not apply to you and then add some descriptions of yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Enjoys complex argument. Former Hulkamaniac. Can do the splits between two folding chairs.
    Definitely enjoys a complex argument

    Was not ever a hulkamaniac. I did, however, get really into karate as a kid. Never made it past yellow belt though.

    Can't do the splits between two folding chairs, but can use photoshop incredibly well.

    Also, enjoys science-fiction, specifically sociological science-fiction.

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