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    Let's make this showy! raz's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukepd View Post
    Is this thread serious?

    Bad types?

    *facepalm*
    Check your morals at the door, please.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    Check your morals at the door, please.
    I wasn't expressing any morals

    I was asking if the thread was serious or not

    as in haha joke or not

    if its a joke it deserves me to say something hilarious if not... something serious

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukepd View Post
    I wasn't expressing any morals

    I was asking if the thread was serious or not

    as in haha joke or not

    if its a joke it deserves me to say something hilarious if not... something serious
    Try both. Like:

    (Insert serious post here)

    (Insert joke post here)


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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    Try both. Like:

    (Insert serious post here)

    (Insert joke post here)
    *computer voice*

    Does not compute.... too structured..... J overload.... RHAHRHAHRHAHAH

    *explosion*

    ;D

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    Bad P!


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    I know an ISTP who claims to never loose anything ... how is that even POSSIBLE?! I am envious
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    I tend to enjoy NJ's and SP's the most BECAUSE they aren't as extreme.
    but...but I AM extreeeeeeme baby! I'M ALL XTREME UPINYOFACE!!!!!

    or something.
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    He's not saying NJ's or SP's are 'bad' in the sense of having worse traits or being worse personalities than the others.

    He's saying NJ's maybe don't fit all of the stereotypical 'J' traits that tend to be on the J/P descriptive lists, so may appear to be more 'P' than SJ's, and the SP's maybe don't fit all of the stereotypical 'P' traits, so maybe appear to be more 'J' as compared to NP's.
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    Well, no. SJs can be very "bouncy" with their decisions, if you examine them over a longer time-scale - even if they seem to be very prepared on shorter ones. NJs may be more messy, but their decisions are rarely "bouncy".
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    The point of the thread, I think, is that:

    P is known for being flexible
    J is known for being rigid

    then he's claiming that:

    N is also kind of flexible
    S is also kind of rigid

    so when you match them:

    NP = very flexible
    SP = kind of flexible (more rigid than NP)
    NJ = kind of rigid (more flexible than SJ)
    SJ = very rigid

    And I think it may appear that way, or I may be misunderstanding what N/S and P/J mean. Sometimes I have trouble deciding whether a person is P or NJ.
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