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    @.~*virinaĉo*~.@ Totenkindly's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Pfft, nah, according to this thing, I should be an IXXJ.

    ISTJ: the straight A student who follows all the rules and gets annoyed when others don't (sort of)
    ISFJ: same as ISTJ, except they're more forgiving when you don't follow the rules (yep)
    It's just the most generalized stereotype of each type, not an actual typing tool.

    I fit with IxxJ too when I was in school (once in elementary school, I had a nightmare about all of my classmates running in the hallways -- *gasp!*)... but I also fit in with INTP... I was the "science/math" geek.
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    I fit ENFP in terms of inspiring silliness and partaking in it. A bit of INTP also, though I wasn't serious enough and tended to distract the serious students. We actually got kicked out of chemistry in revision week in final year. And my ISTP and INFP friend and I used to mix all the available chemicals at the end of each lab class. Some of the results were quite amusing.
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    No you shouldn't take it seriously. But it is funny. Especially the stuff about the school environment.

    INFJ: the peer mediation students who resemble the school counselors
    Ha, ha! I can relate to this one. I would try to bring peace to my environment and I was completely invisible to my peers at school until they needed advice and a shoulder to cry on. Then they would forget about me and never invite me to their parties. I think that I should have at least received monetary compensation for my services. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    We actually got kicked out of chemistry in revision week in final year. And my ISTP and INFP friend and I used to mix all the available chemicals at the end of each lab class. Some of the results were quite amusing.
    Haha. I used to do the same thing. Lab experiments were usually the 2 INTPs completing the task at hand, and me messing around with the chemicals with an ISFP.

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    If you're talking about this site, no you shouldn't.

    You probably shouldn't take that that other site seriously either.
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    sheesh humans! for realz

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    No, the site is obviously joking, so you should take it very, very seriously.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    ENTP: the weird & crazy guy that challenges his teachers and argues a lot with others
    ENFP: the silly person/goofball that's fun to be around for some reason
    Both apply to me.

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    The site seems obviously humorous/tongue-in-cheek.

    I liked the school list though, it is kinda the root stereotype of each of the 16; I was more IxTJ crossed with INTP, however. Way too self-conscious with abysmal confidence to have played the infj counselor/advice-giving role well. I was mostly invisible, thus no one ever sought me out.
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    Just like the world, their are parts of this site that you should take seriously and parts you shouldn't.

    Some of us are very strict and informative.

    Some of us are more laid back and experimental.

    Don't look at the site as if it's a single person or a concept of some sort, because it is a conglomeration of thoughts, opinions, people, and ideas; all of which have their unique values.

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