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    ESTP - There's a mark.

    ESFP - Like, totally wow!

    ISFP - Feel my pain?

    ISTP - Let's go fishing.


    ESFJ - Could you, please?

    ISFJ - Can I, please?

    ESTJ - Do it now.

    ISTJ - I'm already done.


    ENFJ - Come on, gang!

    INFJ - Is this right?

    ENFP - Isn't fun right?

    INFP - ...ISFP looks sad.


    ENTJ - I shall return.

    INTJ - He will return.

    ENTP - It won't matter.

    INTP - Where are we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    ESTP - There's a mark.

    ESFP - Like, totally wow!

    ISFP - Feel my pain?

    ISTP - Let's go fishing.


    ESFJ - Could you, please?

    ISFJ - Can I, please?

    ESTJ - Do it now.

    ISTJ - I'm already done.


    ENFJ - Come on, gang!

    INFJ - Is this right?

    ENFP - Isn't fun right?

    INFP - ...ISFP looks sad.


    ENTJ - I shall return.

    INTJ - He will return.

    ENTP - It won't matter.

    INTP - Where are we?

    Hahaha, this is so funny! I really like it, right on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snegledmaca View Post
    This is fun! Here are my stereotypes. I have to say that it's been a while since I've been into MBTI so these might be a little off from the standard

    INTP- geek, nerd, no social skills
    ENTP- futile visionary, no social skills
    INTJ- stubborn, correct, efficient
    INFJ- stubborn, empathic, righteous
    INFP- elitist, conceited, self-centered
    ENFP- visionary, fun, dumb
    ENTJ- practical, efficient, sarcastic
    ENFJ- manipulative, social, emotive
    ISTJ- reliable, dependent, logical
    ESTJ- practical, efficient, sarcastic
    ESTP- laid back, slacker, manual labor
    ISTP- laid back, engineer, no social skills
    ISFP- laid back, fun, understanding
    ESFP- fun, dumb, invasive
    ISFJ- hard working, reliable, righteous
    ESFJ- loving, caring, understanding
    :rolleyes2:

    gee, i wonder what type you are (underlined to make it easier). and just a guess, but ISFP is the boyfriend or very bestest friend? with the ISTJ perhaps a family member or best friend if the other wasn't? amazing how only those types have no insulting qualities worth noting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snegledmaca View Post
    This is fun! Here are my stereotypes. I have to say that it's been a while since I've been into MBTI so these might be a little off from the standard

    INTP- geek, nerd, no social skills
    ENTP- futile visionary, no social skills
    INTJ- stubborn, correct, efficient
    INFJ- stubborn, empathic, righteous
    INFP- elitist, conceited, self-centered
    ENFP- visionary, fun, dumb
    ENTJ- practical, efficient, sarcastic
    ENFJ- manipulative, social, emotive
    ISTJ- reliable, dependent, logical
    ESTJ- practical, efficient, sarcastic
    ESTP- laid back, slacker, manual labor
    ISTP- laid back, engineer, no social skills
    ISFP- laid back, fun, understanding
    ESFP- fun, dumb, invasive
    ISFJ- hard working, reliable, righteous
    ESFJ- loving, caring, understanding
    What? No fair.. Well, at least I'm fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    ESTP - There's a mark.
    ESFP - Like, totally wow!
    ISFP - Feel my pain?
    ISTP - Let's go fishing.
    ESFJ - Could you, please?
    ISFJ - Can I, please?
    ESTJ - Do it now.
    ISTJ - I'm already done.
    ENFJ - Come on, gang!
    INFJ - Is this right?
    ENFP - Isn't fun right?
    INFP - ...ISFP looks sad.
    ENTJ - I shall return.
    INTJ - He will return.
    ENTP - It won't matter.
    INTP - Where are we?
    Darn..so she's a living stereotype.

    and htb, you're a genius.
    sparkly sparkly rainbow excretions

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    holy shit am I a feeler?
    if you like my avatar, it's because i took it myself! : D

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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    INTJ - He will return.
    ahhh! what!?

    did SolitaryWalkins die?!?! :o

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    I'd normally feel like:

    ENTJ is the boss
    INTJ human like creature
    INTP the curious cat
    ENTP the annoying kid
    ESTJ a greedy person
    ISTJ just a robot
    ESTP typical random person
    ISTP a computer program
    ENFJ the drama queen
    INFJ the sick child
    ENFP the real kid
    INFP innocent and helpless
    ESFJ major shade thrower
    ISFJ silent shade thrower
    ESFP seeks more attention
    ISFP does whats right



    But hey, that's why I don't listen to my feelings
    they're just wrong.
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    ISFJ: piece of shit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamato Nadeshiko View Post
    ISFJ: piece of shit
    pls let me be an isfj for like, a week.
    pls.

    INFJ: rly fuccin crazy
    Lve
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    In MBTI, you usually find lengthy definitions of the preferences with lists of varying examples and subdefinitions, instead of a short and concise word for each preference. Albeit MBTI borrows from Jungian terms Thinking, Feeling, Sensing and Intuiting, I find that reading about the type preferences by relating them to individuals gave me clearer terms than these four in response to summarizing each function and preference:

    T = Logic (Reasoning, common sense, or arithmetic conducted or assessed according to strict principles of validity.)
    N = Impression Focus (or Generalization, aka an intuition of truth substituting as the sensation of experiencing the fact or details firsthand. Perfect example of N is "I've seen it the same way a billion times: This may be a different situation but likely holds to the exact same principle of similar situations." This may give the impression of "High Openness" on the Big Five personality indicator due to Ns ability to easily assume something to be true without knowing the facts. N in an equal theory is to be described as the Big Picture or Pattern focus.)
    S = Fact Focus (or Detail Focus. I'm reluctant to go with the latter term as the large majority of people, Ns included, prove to be detail focused, where as N types in general overly rely on impressions and generalizations instead of what they may view as "wasting time looking at each individual fact," which is what an S type considers to be essential and won't jump quickly to new conclusions before addressing the individual facts. This may give the impression of "Low Openness" on the Big Five personality indicator due to a reluctance to make intellectual leaps of possibility, but S types are merely scrupulous.)
    F = Empathy (I would've used to go with the standard "Feeling," but understanding the realistic difference between the given F traits and T traits for these preferences, it is clear that the F preference in people is primarily the focus on the harmony and care for others concerns.)

    Furthermore, in functional theory:
    T Doms [INTP, ISTP, ENTJ, ESTJ] are types most representative of utilizing rigid Logic and Just Reasoning in most circumstances in place of Empathy for Individuals' points of view and acknowledging individual differences. Secondarily, their consideration of Facts is more healthily balanced with their consideration of Intuitive Impressions.
    N Doms [ENTP, ENFP, INTJ, INFJ] are types most representative of utilizing General Principles and Impressions in place of acknowledging Individual Facts. Secondarily, their consideration of Logic is more healthily balanced with their Empathy.
    S Doms [ESTP, ESFP, ISTJ, ISFJ] are types most representative of acknowledging Individual Facts in place of utilizing General Principles and Impressions. Secondarily, their consideration of Logic is more healthily balanced with their Empathy.
    F Doms [INFP, ISFP, ENFJ, ESFJ] are types most representative of demonstrating Empathy for Individuals' points of view and acknowledging individual differences, in place of utilizing rigid Logic and Just Reasoning in most circumstances. Secondarily, their consideration of Facts is more healthily balanced with their consideration of Intuitive Impressions.

    ^ Although this portion might need slight tweaking, as it always does.

    This visual portion shows a simplification of the 4 focus strengths of each type-cluster:

    T Doms [INTP, ISTP, ENTJ, ESTJ] -

    N Doms [ENTP, ENFP, INTJ, INFJ] -

    S Doms [ESTP, ESFP, ISTJ, ISFJ] -

    F Doms [INFP, ISFP, ENFJ, ESFJ] -
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