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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Once again, let me explain myself.

    This was all sparked, because people link MBTI traits to every known personality trait and every physical and mental characteristics that it is too much. It doesn't give any other factors a chance at influence.

    Plus, is it so wrong of me to say that people do take it too seriously? How can you tell me that that is not legit.
    Why do you think I started the thread: Typewatching by Urine Color?
    That was my way of mocking how completely obsessed people have become.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Why do you think I started the thread: Typewatching by Urine Color?
    That was my way of mocking how completely obsessed people have become.

    I've always liked you, Jaguar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    ^ I wasn't looking for one.
    I'm not surprised, since you did not understand what I said. I'm sure you don't need to, though, right?

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    You don't think the "type watching by face/elbows/boobs...ect" were serious, do you? Everyone was just having a bit of fun. At least I know I was. I didn't post my picture because I actually thought it revealed anything about my type, I was just goofing off.

    I'll grant you, there are some on this forum that take this stuff too seriously. I won't deny that. But sometimes I think people are just trying to look at MBTI in new ways. Sometimes the new ways of looking at it is helpful and sometimes not. But it's fun.

    As for myself, I have no one in my life who is interested in this stuff and I can only discuss my thoughts about typology on this forum. I have many other interests, but I stick to discussing typology here because, well, it's Typology Central.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    I've always liked you, Jaguar.
    Ditto, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    But I'm trying to take a step back, look at the larger picture, and hopefully begin to realize that we can't rely so heavily on Myers Briggs.

    Is that fair to say?
    I think it's fair to say. I change it up by also relying heavily on the Enneagram.



    There are a lot of forums here though, such as the Channels, that offer a change from MBTI once in awhile. I usually visit the general typology forum, then the NF forum, then the Bonfire, then the Channels. It seems like this forum just has a fun group of people in general...
    "How can I be, all I want to be,
    When all I want to do is strip away these stilled constraints
    And crush this charade, shred this sad, masquerade"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Star W View Post
    You don't think the "type watching by face/elbows/boobs...ect" were serious, do you?
    Those threads have nothing to do with the big picture.
    It's the big picture that's the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    It's being blown way out of proportion.

    We're analyzing every single strain of information we can, drawing unreasonable assumptions, and just taking this thing way too far.

    We fail to see the basic and general fundamentals at which Myers Briggs really revolves around. We've gone off on irrelevant tangents. We've lost touch of reality. Reality being that MBTI is not as serious as we presume it to be.

    But take this aspect away from our forum, and we don't have a forum.
    Actually most people here don't really use MBTI anymore; it's changed into something totally different.

    It's not MBTIcentral; it's typologycentral.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Actually most people here don't really use MBTI anymore


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