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  • Casual

    53 49.07%
  • Roughneck

    4 3.70%
  • Elitist

    41 37.96%
  • Craftsmen

    10 9.26%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I'm surprised that your choices mirrored mine.

    I'd agree that I'm not particuarly cliquish on purpose, though I admit to being clique-avoidant when it comes to Roughnecks. I end up keeping myself away from a lot of enjoyable and interesting people/activities, because I'm so ridiculously terrified of running into that particular clique and its values (due to bad experiences with them). The rest of them I can usually deal with or relate to on some level. I don't know why, exactly.
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    Elitist.

    I spent way too much time trying to be more casual-esque in high school. It wasn't worth it.
    By the way, you might get more accurate results if some of the categories weren't named with such determinately negative stereotypes.

    I know it's a quote from somewhere else, but you could just name them group 1/2/3/4 and voilà, much improved.
    Unless the names of the group are some secret part of the experiment I don't know about yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cady View Post
    Elitist.

    I spent way too much time trying to be more casual-esque in high school. It wasn't worth it.
    By the way, you might get more accurate results if some of the categories weren't named with such determinately negative stereotypes.

    Just a thought.
    I thought I gave them all sufficiently negative names?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I thought I gave them all sufficiently negative names?
    >.<

    I need to start editing my posts BEFORE I press the enter key.
    But yea, now that I look at them they're all pretty negative.

    Redneck to me just sounds pretty lowbrow.
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    What's negative about craftsman? The name and the description both sound perfect.

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    A combination of all four with the heaviest leanings towards elitist and roughneck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Well, because you give off this "strong, self-confident" vibe I'd tend to associate with that group of people. Yes, I can understand wanting more substantial conversation after a certain point.

    Anyway... my theory is that the majority of the forum population consists of Casuals (with Craftsmen as a close second), if anyone is curious.
    I'm curious. What is the reasoning behind this theory?

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    Casual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cady View Post
    >.<

    I need to start editing my posts BEFORE I press the enter key.
    But yea, now that I look at them they're all pretty negative.

    Redneck to me just sounds pretty lowbrow.
    Roughneck, not Redneck. Redneck is pretty offensive. A roughneck is just a rowdy person.

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    What's negative about craftsman? The name and the description both sound perfect.
    Well, Craftsman could be viewed negatively by some snobbish people... but there are more that would value it. Darn. I guess that reveals that I had the hardest time saying anything negative about that group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    What's negative about craftsman? The name and the description both sound perfect.
    All labels tend to unearth some sort of bias, both positive and negative, based of personal observation or life experience.

    If MBTI typecasting took into account your like or dislike of the label associated with your group I think results would be less accurate. For example, ENTP's are often called "the inventor" which to me invokes the image of an old man hunched over a machine trying to get it to work. I don't like building physical things, and it's just a preset bias that the first impression I get when I think about inventor's is one of a builder.
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