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  1. #41
    filling some space Array UnitOfPopulation's Avatar
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    Age discovered: 22
    Age now: 32
    MBTI type: closest to ENTJ (weak). ENTP secondary possibility. INTJ third. Others, not a chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synthetic Darkness View Post
    I first heard about MBTI when I was 13 tested as an ENFP and thought it was cool but left it at that because I had another obsession at the time, when I was 15 I got into MBTI some more and began testing as ENTPs and just generally identifying with NTs more than NFs. Now I'm almost 16 and I don't think I'll get bored of it any time soon, I got my best friends into MBTI so it's all good (ENFP and ISTJ)

    Wow, someone whos almost my age i thought i was the only one

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    Age I discovered typology: 13. I didn't really understand it. It was explained as if only the 'passionate' types were interesting - corresponding to the EFJs. The S/N dichotomy was not included. Of course, I wanted to be an EFJ back then and failed horribly at it. I didn't really worry about it, as typology didn't make sense to me anyway.
    Age I discovered MBTI and my type: 28. As every type is described as interesting, the whole thing now actually does make sense.
    Age now: 28.

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    Courage is immortality Array Valiant's Avatar
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    16 or 17. Close to 17, anyway. soon 23. Six years, seems like yesterday!

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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