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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    The OP is hilarious. Captures all the stereotypes.
    After gathering the courage to view it, yes, I'm definitely about ready to do a revision, I think. ENTJ as punk? INTJ as rebel? Those aren't even good sweeping generalizations. I can't believe I wrote something like that. Should be ISTP for both. Tactical Contender fits those roles much better. Not sure about ENTJ stereotypes...maybe the starter of the science club or something (Strategic Initiator)? Nah, clubs of any kind sound more like Logistic Initiator. Yup, I'm gonna have a lot to do in My spare time.

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    Im far from a math wiz llolz

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    ISTP: The Warrior
    Somewhat like the ESTP, but quieter. This type is highly skilled with mechanical things, and possibly a math whiz. People are probably drawn to this type because of his mysterious aura. A male ISTP will quite possibly be perceived by women as "sexy" because of his graceful movements in performance. His earthiness plus enigma makes his appeal possibly even more intense than the ESTP. The ISTP is both smart and practical.


    Smart and practical, ok. Sexy? Not at all.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC] Smile! Now!

    Some people are like Slinkys.
    Useless, but still bring a smile to your face when you push them down the stairs.

    We are the music makers,and we are the dreamers of the dreams.

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