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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Yeah, you know those 15 year old girls and their brain destroying dolls.
    May I just ask what 15 year old girl still plays with dolls, anyway?

    Even my dearly departed great-aunt Kate, who was born in/around 1920, said she didn't play with dolls after 8th grade.

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    Well, surely you can't be forgetting the mentally retarded ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Well, surely you can't be forgetting the mentally retarded ones.
    Yeah, disability honestly did enter my mind.

    But I'm so fond of exaggeration and hyperbole.

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    Does anyone have links to more in-depth descriptions of judging and perceiving?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    Does anyone have links to more in-depth descriptions of judging and perceiving?
    Here are a couple of links:

    My MBTI Personality Type - MBTI Basics - Judging or Perceiving

    Myers-Briggs Type Indicator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    I bet I've read that page ten times before, but I read it again and this part caught my attention:

    Sometimes people feel they have both. That is true. The J or P preference only tells which preference the person extraverts. One person may feel very orderly/structured (J) on the inside, yet their outer life looks spontaneous and adaptable (P). Another person may feel very curious and open-ended (P) in their inner world, yet their outer life looks more structured or decided (J).
    I bet I'd fit with one of those examples, but I'm not sure which. I want to say the second one, but I'm not quite sure. The second one would make me a J, correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I bet I've read that page ten times before, but I read it again and this part caught my attention:



    I bet I'd fit with one of those examples, but I'm not sure which. I want to say the second one, but I'm not quite sure. The second one would make me a J, correct?
    Honestly I'm not sure. I would even say I identify myself with the first one:

    One person may feel very orderly/structured (J) on the inside, yet their outer life looks spontaneous and adaptable (P).

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    Hmmm. I don't know. I don't think I know myself very well. :P

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